Awwwwww yeah, that’s right, Doc Fluxx and Juan Daeho of Super Podcasto Magnifico in the house!! Bringing it to you old school and taking it to a higher level. Word to your moms, these fellas drop bombs and comic book and pop culture related opinions for the Feed It Comics minions. Smooth like butter, hot like a solar flare all up in your grill, sons.
Today these jokers honor the master with some minor newsy bits after Doc shares his experience at a comic swap and a gathering of PDX Indy comic-creators. Shia Lebeouf, Kanye and Diddy somehow become part of the conversation. Lots of back and forth and jiggery pokery, you know how it is, just listen.
Might as well name this episode after the topic Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd thoroughly analyze. They had read as many Secret Wars titles as they could as to give you their objective and superior opinions.
First, some news items: Tom Holland is cast as Spider-Man under a director who has a curiously sparse IMDB page. Doctor Strange begins filming in jolly ol’ London and Kelly Sue DeConnick abandons her Carol Corp! All that and more on episode 80 of Feed It Comics!!
Halloween came a little bit early this year. Or at least its time to start thinking about how you are going to outrun a bunch of pumpkin monsters that want to meld with your flesh. Joining Doc and Father Shepherd is Jenz Lund and D.H. Shullis; the writers and co-creators of Blood and Gourd published by Dead Peasant. These guys did everything the hard way, but I believe they have something here that is bound to stick, and the word needs to get out.
After paying homage to the great Christopher Lee, the ccrew launches into a couple news items (John Bernthal as Punisher, anyone??) and afterwards fun is experienced when Doc initiates another round of “What Is It?” All that and more on episode 79!!
Another Chamber Chats so soon? Yes. Why not? If you can tell us why not, we’ll stop doing them. Even then, we probably won’t stop.
Pawz Man from Stuff Like That podcast pops by to tell us about his street-level experience with the filming of Suicide Squad by his house in Toronto and Dewayne Feenstra – writer of the newly physically published Adventures of Aero Girl – tells us all about how he’d rather watch Green Lantern for the third time than go so Avengers 2 for the first time. Oh, and he tells us how it feels to publish a comic through Action Lab. All that and more in this second episode of Chamber Chats with your host Doc Fluxx!
This episode Doc and Father Shepherd are joined by guest comic creator Bryan Hoover who is here to promote his upcoming project “The Silver Star”, but not before discussing certain news items like what the hell Marvel is doing with certain beloved characters because of corporate tension with movie studios.
Its not all teardrops and chainsaws-to-the-heart as Bryan faces off against Shepherd in a new “What Is It” ask-off! Will they guess what Doc is thinking of or will a fan get the chance to win a little something? Tune in to find out.
Fancy that! There is a whole bunch of comic talk this episode, and when Doc and Shepherd aren’t trying to figure out if Keiron Gillen is more like one of two particular bearded comic masterminds, they are answering your Fanquisition questions and drawing the WINNER of a new batch of goodies!
We polish off the proceedings with an offering or two each for our master, who is probably pretty darn hungry because somebody forgot to feed him last week. Enjoy!
What is Chamber Chats you ask? Well, sometimes certain conversations don’t quite fit the formula for the main show, and Doc – social creature that he is – often finds himself wanting to have more in depth conversations about stuff that may or may not have anything directly to do with comic books.
Juan Daeho (of Super Podcasto Magnifico) steps forth as the first rat in this experiment, and is almost happy to do so seeing as the main topic is the new, outstanding action milestone Mad Max: Fury Road! Its not jam packed with spoilers but hopefully you’ve seen this thing by now. Oh, and we talk a little about whatever Simon Pegg’s deal was the other day. Let us know what you thought of the episode and if you want more!!
A mercifully quick one today folks. This episode was produced with haste as we know how rabid and desperate you people can get without your weekly dose of Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd.
Lots of news piled up, so expect a bunch of that, including a Supergirl first look, New Mutants movie, a feud with Archie, tea with Neil Gaiman, Marvel’s indignant alterations to characters they don’t have the film rights too, all that good stuff. Then… the FANQUISITION, where your questions and comments are furiously addressed.
We presume you have all seen Avengers 2: Age of Ultron and won’t mind at all if Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd spoil the hell out of it, right? Good.
There is a small handful of mildly informative or amusing news items to go through first, maybe some passionate opinions about what kind of guy Superman should be, so stop reading the show notes and press that play button!
This one was totally worth the wait. Remember Kevin from Loaded Dice? No? Well that means you probably haven’t been listening for that long and we forgive you. Kevin joined Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd for an episode so stuffed with jolly antics and anecdotes it lasted about an hour and half. Why wait several months to release directors cut? Nothing but raw, unedited content this time around. Well, slightly edited…
This episode the boys talk Jared Leto’s Joker, Frank Miller’s inexplicable worship, slipping on banana peels, new upcoming comics and much more before answering fan queries in our popular Fanquisition segment. Fun was had by all.