Category Archives: podcasts

Comic Book Club Does The Ice Bucket Challenge

It’s an historic first, as Comic Book Club does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge on a podcast! Be sure to head to ALSA.org to donate and for more info on ALS. They accept “Amazing Spider-Man” writer Dan Slott’s challenge, and in turn challenge Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb and Steve Wacker, as well as Grant Morrison and Alan Moore. Head to YouTube.com/ComicBookClub to view the full video!

Plus, comedian Nat Towsen returns to the show to help review “The Fade Out #1,” “The Multiversity #1″ and “Daredevil #7.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Joe Infurnari

Comic book creator Joe Infurnari (“The Bunker”) returns to the show to talk about how he met his wife appearing on Comic Book Club! Also, his comic. Plus, reviews of “Moon Knight #6,” “Superior Spider-Man #32,” and “Lazarus 10.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: King Kirby

Writers Fred Van Lente and Crystal Skillman hit the show to talk about their stage adaptation of Jack Kirby’s life, “King Kirby.” Plus, reviews of “The Wake #10,” “Hawkeye #19,” “Secret Avengers #6″ and “Uncanny X-Men #24.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Mike Sacks

Writer Mike Sacks (Vanity Fair) hits the show to talk about his new book, “Poking a Dead Frog: Conversations with Today‚Äôs Top Comedy Writers!”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Dark Engine

Comedians Alan Starzinski and Winston Noel return to help break down San Diego Comic-Con, and review “Doberman #1,” “Life With Archie #36″ and “Dark Engine #1.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N.

This week, Comic Book Club is live from Marvel’s Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Discovery Times Square! Find out more about the exhibit’s unique mix of movie memorabilia, interactive exhibits and SCIENCE with special guest Nicholas Cooper, Chief Creative Officer of Victory Hill Exhibitions (a.k.a., the guy who created the show).

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Kevin Pearl and Sean Reidy

Kevin Pearl (“Medikidz”) and comedian Sean Reidy hit the stage to discuss writing comics for kids dealing with terminal diseases – and also some lighter, more fun stuff, too! Yay! Plus, reviews of “Southern Bastards #3,” “Sheltered #10,” and “Black Widow #8.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Jason Carden and Langston Belton

Jason Carden (Funny or Die) and Langston Belton (The PIT) hit the stage to talk about working with the new Commissioner Gordon, and auditioning for frickin’ “Star Wars: Episode VII!” Plus, reviews of “Invincible #112,” “Batman Eternal #12,” and “Ghost #5.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.

Comic Book Club: Outcast

Abraham Riesman (Editor for New York Magazine, and writer for Vulture.com) returns to talk about the upcoming “Gotham” pilot, and Gary Oldman’s casual racism. Plus, reviews of “Outcast #1,” “Superman #32,” and “Buffy The Vampire Slayer, Season 4 #10.”

Check out the website at comicbookclublive.com to find out how to watch the show live! And follow the show on Twitter: @comicbooklive, @azalben, @jtsizzle, and @realpetelepage.