Image Expo 2015 announcements bro! Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd go down the list of upcoming Image books and give their knee-jerk reactions during the news segment.
If you stay tuned from there, Doc reviews the first 3 episodes of Agent Carter before both hosts review three comics: Marvel’s new Star Wars #1, Ant-Man #1, and Wicked and Divine #6 (for some reason, its not like they don’t already love that book). Thanks for listening!
Greetings loyal cult members! This year Feed It Comics is really looking to step it up. 61 episodes is no small feat, and while the show is done mainly in servitude to the old one, he who cannot be named, its also all about you guys, the fans! So thanks for a great year and another one is about to be initiated.
This episode Doc and Shepherd are joined by Canadian RWG correspondent from Stuff Like That Podcast Mr. Pawz Man! After Doc makes everybody jealous by talking about the upcoming Wizard Con in Portland Oregon, the gang talks news items and an awful lot about a character called Ant-Man! Thanks for listening!
Welp, Professor Ryefleur was supposed to be on but something horrible happened, so you only get the usual hosts Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd. For most of you, that’s enough, but surely a couple of you are huge fans of the Professor and to you the administration apologizes for his untimely absence.
This episode you will be met with reviews of Bitch Planet by Kelly Sue Deconnick and Valentine De Landro (published by Image comics) and Eternal by William Harms and Giovanni Valetta (published by Boom), after certain news items such as Scott Snyder teaming up with cranky old Frank Miller for another Dark Knight sequel, the names of our new Star Wars characters and plans for Marvel books as they hit a landmark 75 years in the business!
They’re back! Its been a bit of a hiatus; life has a way of grabbing you by the neck flesh and throwing you up against a brick wall then dragging you through a thorny patch of brambles and then slicing off your appendages with a light saber.
This episode Doc and Shepherd catch up on all the recent news and discuss the fantastic new Star Wars trailer before launching into the drawing for the winner of the current comics giveaway. Sorry, you have to listen to find out who it is! Join us for an hour of wit and wisdom and as always thank’s for listening.
Great googly moogly! On today’s episode of Feed It Comics, the ubiquitous Professor Ryefleur joins Doc Fluxx for a fireside chat about some comic book related news issues and then get to reviewing Toe Tag #1, Intersect #1, and Sinergy #1. 3 very current #1’s!!
There are some hijinx and shenanigans and a painful focus on the new Fantastic Four reboot, as Doc reads aloud verbatim the plot of entire movie and boy oh boy it sounds dreadful. Thanks for listening!
Soon after Father Shepherd reveals to Doc Fluxx that he never seen all of Ghostbusters and none of Ghostbusters 2, Doc manages to swallow his disappointed bewilderment long enough to conduct the 56th episode of Feed It Comics.
This time around the dynamic duo discusses a few news items and then they review Tooth and Nail by good ol’ Kurt Busiek, the Legendary Starlord #5, and the first issue of the new Green Arrow run penned by the writers of CW’s Arrow. As always we thank you for listening! Enjoy…
This episode of Feed It Comics marks the long overdue return of Juan Daeho of Super Podcasto Magnifico, and since Juan didn’t get the chance to talk about all these crazy Marvel announcements on his show, he will join Doc and Shepherd for that discussion.
The trio also touches on the steady rise of Image comics, Wonder Woman being set in the 20’s, and the lousiness of Steve Trevor. All that and more! Thanks for listening!
Good evening, kiddies, and welcome to another bludgeoning broadcast of Feed It Comics. Tonight Doc and Father Shepherd offer up a slice of meaty goodness for you to digest, but be careful; its a HELL of a spicy treat! Bawahahahahahahaaaaaaa!
Your ghoulish hosts delve into horror comics, but first they review the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, and review the pilot of NBC’s adaptation of everyone’s favorite master of the dark arts (or petty dabbler, he hates to put on airs) Constantine. All that and MORE! HAPPY HALLOWEEN! BWahahahahahahahaaaaa!
No idea what to call this episode because it is so well rounded; you got your variety of news items such as Jena Malone’s Batman v Superman (yadda yadda) casting, and a good first look at the upcoming Netflix rendition of Daredevil; you got your review of Batgirl #35, Alien: Fire & Stone #1, and Nightcrawler #7, as well as the new Fanterrogation inquiry..
Doc and Shepherd are in full effect, so jam in those ear buds or crank those Bose speakers and let’s go for a ride!