This is the very first comic book podcast episode under the “Geek Talk with Brian of Earht-16” name!
According to an article from Variety, Warner Bros. has announced that Michael Bishop has been cast as Jonathan Kent. Bishop will be replacing actor Jordan Elsass who originally portrayed Jonathan in the first two seasons of “Superman & Lois.”
Despite widely circulated rumors, Henry Cavill has not returned as Superman. A tweet from DEADLINE teased a possible return for the English actor which set the internet a-buzz last week.
It’s been awhile since I did a podcast since I’ve been busy with cosplaying, but now I am back full swing. In this latest episode, Toben Racicot returns to chat about “Pilgrim’s Dirge” issue no. 2. We also have fan questions! This was a fun chat!
Miles Morales debuted in in Marvel Comics’ “Ultimate Comics: Fallout no.4” in August 2011 and would don the mantle of Spider-Man after the death of Peter Parker in his universe, Earth-1610. Like Peter, Miles would be bitten by a radioactive spider that would grant him abilities.
In the latest episode I speak with Anthony Stokes on the Earth-16 Comics Wire Podcast about his kickstarter comic “Decay,” a story about love, despair, greif and revenge.”
In this latest episode I speak with Serena Sanchez about her comic “Black Rhapsody,” a “black & white horror/cult thriller comic.”
The Season Finale of “The Book of Boba Fett” saw a former hired gun take responsibility over the welfare of people under him, a father reunite with his son, and a planet’s people take up arms against a criminal organization that wanted to use it for its own selfish purposes. This episode was also about closure between the former hired gun and another from his past.
The title of the fifth episode of the “Book of Boba Fett” said it all; the Mandalorian returned to grace the screens of Disney +. The episode was basically the first episode of “The Mandalorian” Season Three and we see the bounty hunter without his Force-wielding companion, Grogu since he had left him in the custody of Jedi Knight Luke Skywalker.
The sixth episode of “Book of Boba Fett,” was both emotional and unpredictable. Though it was heavily focused on the Mandalorian Din Djarrin’s arc, like the previous episode, it dropped a huge bomb when a character from Boba Fett’s past unexpectedly appeared.
In this latest episode, I chat with Patrick Lugo on his graphic novel “A Tiger’s Tale” which is about a young tiger cub who is a journey to redemption after his jealously towards his adopted human brothers costs him his home.
What’s up constant listeners! This second episode is a commentary on one of my favorite Superman stories to come from the pages of “Action Comics no. 1000!”
As the new Daiymo, or crime lord of Tatooine, Boba Fett can’t seem to catch a break. When he was a bounty hunter, things seemed to be simple.