Post by sammiecassell on Mar 5, 2014 23:24:09 GMT -5
I used to listen to I Sell Comics and the Comic Book Men companion podcast but have dumped them recently as they don't talk about comics much. The stuff I do listen to right now is this one (of course), wrestling pods, Stone Cold's, Chris Jericho's, & Art of Wrestling w/ Colt Cabana, horror pods, Bloody Disgusting (but they're pretty irregular) and now The Horror Movie Show thanks to xtjmac510x and some local guys who do one called Dead Men Talking. I listen to the Nerdist if I like the guest, and it's ended now but go back and check out Geek Fights, 32 things in a certain topic, a tournament style bracket, and some of the best Geek Logic ever.....oh and check out yours truly on Episode 165-Best Simpsons Quote
"Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy,shall possess the power of Thor"
Talking Comics Missfits FatMan on Batman Podcorn (Amy Reeder & Brandon Montclare) Assemble After Dark The Arkham Sessions (Dr Andrea Letamendi) Geek Therapy The Cracked (.com) Podcast The Bugle (John Oliver formerly of The Daily Show)
I have to say that The Arkham Sessions is fast becoming my favourite podcast. A legit clinical psychologist analysing characters from Batman: The Animated Series is just awesome, and she truly loves the characters and the show as well, shes not just some outside observing scientist its her love.
Talking comics Missfits Talking movies Fatman on batman The infinite monkey cage Collider Flickering myth This week in Marvel The secret stash Hollywood babble on And...... The paracast The paranormal podcast.
The last two are a guilty pleasure, the more I listen the less I believe in anything paranormal. I really like the paracast hosts, they will gently tear someone apart who just spouts nonsense. The paranormal podcast guy just has generic American presenter voice and is very un confrontational but the shows are short and have good guests. I love listening to the infinite monkey cage which is scientists and comedians with science back grounds mocking paranormal people and their beliefs. Then listening to the paranormal podcasts and hear the paranormal people mocking the pure scientists for not thinking outside the box!! Makes me smile.
Always refreshing in a vain hope there's more: Talking comics Fat Man on Batman Wait, What Comicsvine Hollywood Babble-on
Others of note: Jay and Bob get old comic geek speak (although one of the guests has this speech pattern which has starting to get grating as of late) House of Astonish Smodcast Edumacation Word Balloon iFanboy
Just dropped: I sell comics and comic book men. Just no. War Rocket Ajax
Discovered: Decompressed hosted by Kieron Gillian
Last Edit: Mar 10, 2014 15:55:02 GMT -5 by wickedape
"Tell the angels when you get to heaven that you never met an evil more personified than the man who killed you."
Post by JediHunter66 on Mar 13, 2014 14:16:17 GMT -5
I've cut down my podcast list considerably but I still feel its hefty,
Talking Comics Comic Vine Podcast Giant Bomb Bombcast Nerdpoker Fatman on Batman Hollywood Babbble-On Jay and Silent Bob Get Old The Indoor Kids The Nerdist The Invincibly Super Massive Comic Book Podcast This Week in Marvel
Hello all! Come check out Canned Air Podcast: The Podcast Tribute to Comic Fandom! We talk comics, t.v. , movies, video games and anything else that comes to mind. Leave us some comments! Enjoy! www.cannedairpodcast.com cannedair.libsyn.com/rss
A Cast of Kings (AGOT podcast) The Arkham Sessions The Cracked Podcast Fatman on Batman The Nerdist Talking Comics
And while I'm here I'm gonna go ahead and plug my podcast (I know, gross! I'm sorry!) A Beginner's Guide to Interplanetary Destruction! It's a radio play/serial style comedy. If you like occasionally crass humor, sci-fi/fantasy, action, adventure, and general nerdery, check us out at www.harbingersofcalamity.com or find us on iTunes. We post new episodes on the 1st and 15th of every month, and in addition to being totally hilarious at least 80% of the time, the episodes include local (to St. Louis, our hometown) music and original music created specifically for the podcast (which we post to our Bandcamp page at harbingersofcalamity.bandcamp.com). Oh! And our theme song is totally bitchin'!
So yeah, if you're a podcast enthusiast check us out! And sorry for the self-promotion!
Haven't seen anyone list these yet, I listen to mostly comedy podcasts, check these out for lots of funny:
Comedy Bang Bang (Scott Aukerman interviews someone from the world of comedy or music or film or tv and is usually interrupted by someone crazy, due to his studio's open door policy) The Todd Glass Show (It's REAL silly) Improv4Humans (Matt Besser and 3 comedians do improv scenes based on suggestions from twitter) The Andy Daly Podcast Pilot Project (Andy Daly has a ton of hilarious characters he did on comedy bang bang and he made a podcast "pilot" starring each character) The Dead Author's Podcast (Paul F Tompkins is HG Wells and he interviews famous, dead authors from the past) Who Charted (Countdowns of the music and movies charts of the week with a funny guest)
I recently started as a permanent member of the platform junkies podcast, mostly video games but since I hopped on I introduced a little but of comics love as well. Now we have a monthly comic book club, we are about to do our 3rd one which will be focusing on transmetropolitan. If you're interested check it out, it's similar to talking comics in the way we like to have conversation for the first portion of the show and then get into talking about games and so on, but we aren't nearly as professional as the talking comics/talking games podcasts. (I am personally hosting a contest to win the trade in question on our twitter @platformjunkies, if anyone is interested in at least winning a book worth reading regardless of listening to the show or not)
I don't know if it is poor etiquette to mention this or not so if it is I apologize and will promptly delete this message, I'm just a huge fan of the show and you guys were a big inspiration in me wanting to give this a shot, so when I found out my best friends' brother in law had a podcast relative to my interests I had to weasel my way into it.
Post by IncredibleD on Sept 14, 2014 0:45:51 GMT -5
A couple of months ago i started listening to a couple of new podcasts that i find very entertaining.
Rachel and Miles X-Plain the X-Men: like the title says, they explain the history of X-Men comics from the beginning, but they do it in a very smart and funny way.Right now they are talking a lot about the Claremont run, and though i have never read any of that i find it very interesting to listen to.And the intro cracks me up every time...WHAT?
Attitude Era podcast: This is a wrestling podcast that focuses on the Attitude Era of wrestling that started late 90s till the beginning of the 2000s.These guys watch and review every WWE(and sometimes WCW)PPV from that time.During that time i could only watch WCW Nitro, so i missed a whole lot of those shows, but i find it very entertaining to listen how those shows were back in that era and how different they are from the current product.And its even better now that i have the WWE Network, i can watch all of that stuff back if i want.