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Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Undiscovered Country Volume One: Destiny by Scott Snyder, Charles Soule, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Leonardo Marcello Grassi, Daniele Orlandini and Matt D. Wilson. "Journey into an unknown region that was once the United States of America—a land that's become shrouded in mystery and literally walled off from the rest of the world for well over a century. Two small expeditions enter the former US simultaneously—one from the east, one from the west—and travel inward, each seeking their own form of truth as they struggle to survive in this strange and deadly lost continent!" Published by Image Comics on July 8, 2020. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes Season 3 starts here! This is the episode in which I talk about G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #1 by Larry Hama, Herb Trimpe, Bob McCleod, Glynis Wein, Jim Novak, and Tom DeFalco. "Cobra is a sinister terrorist organization bent on world domination! There is only one thing standing in their way - GI Joe, the free world's elite strike force and a band of highly trained super soldiers who fight for freedom, justice and the American way. Yo, Joe!" Published by Marvel Comics in June, 1982 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talked about newly released DCeased: Dead Planet #1 by Tom Taylor, Trevor Hairsine, Gigi Baldassini, Stefano Guadiano, and Rain Beredo "After a corrupted Anti-Life Equation turned billions into monsters-including Earth’s Greatest Heroes-our planet was as good as dead. Years later, a distress call brings Damian Wayne, Jon Kent, and Cassie Sandsmark-the Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman of Earth 2-back to a dead planet...but what will this new Justice League find waiting for them? If life still exists on Earth, who-or what-is lying in wait for these heroes? The original creative team of Tom Taylor and Trevor Hairsine reunite for the sequel to the 2019 blockbuster series DCeased!" Published by DC Comics on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This week, on the Season Finale of Just Another Fanboy, I want to talk about COVID-19. But rather then spend time on the dark side of things, I wanted to talk about the bright spots. Stuff we have now that we didn't have before. I don't want to take away from the tragedy, or ignore the heroic efforts of our first responders, teachers, and those in the food service and retail industry. Those are incredible people. They need to be recognized, but there are others, other shows, other people, who have been doing a far better job at showing that recognition than I could. Instead, in this episode, I just wanted to look at the Bright Side of Life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Links: The Darkest Timeline Reunited Apart Kirby Krackle Quarantinecast (I Wanna) Social Distance With U Quaransheen 13 Songs With George Hrab . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in this episode was written and performed by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records: atomiczombierecords.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I continue my journey through the epic comic book series Elfquest by Wendy and Richard Pini with issue #4. "Treestump and Cutter relate the tale of Bearclaw's death." Originally published in April, 1979. Read along for free at elfquest.com Episode 72 - ElfQuest: Part One Episode 82 - ElfQuest: Part Two Episode 94 - ElfQuest: Part Three . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in this episode was written and performed by Derek Neibarger of Atomic Zombie Records: atomiczombierecords.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Green Arrow's first apperance in More Fun Comics #73 by Mort Weisinger and George Papp. "Meet the costumed adventurer Green Arrow and his sidekick Speedy. Together, these expert archers use an array of trick arrows to defend the helpless!" Published by DC Comics in November 1941. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes As May the 4th Be With You landed this week, I couldn't help but think about Star Wars. It didn't hurt that Rise of Skywalker hit Disney Plus the same day. So after watching the movie for the first time I sat down and recorded my thoughts on the final chapter of the Skywalker Saga as well as Star Wars in general. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I continue on down the Madman Highway and talk about Madman #3 by Mike and Laura Allred. "The conclusion of The Oddity Odyssey." Published by Tundra in May 1992. Episode 80 - Madman: Part One Episode 88 - Madman: Part Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes Here it is, folks: Episode 100! To celebrate 100 episodes I'm talking about Action Comics #100 by Alvin Schwartz, Ira Yarbrough, and Stan Kaye. “THE SLEUTH WHO NEVER FAILED!” A detective with an impeccable record of solving mysteries believes Clark Kent and Superman are one and the same! Published by DC Comics in September 1946. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes Buckle up folks, because I have something special for you, before the big Episode 100. This is a podcast, within a podcast, within a podcast. That's right, today I dip back into the well, going back to February 17, 2019 and play you episode 26 of the now defunct Steeven Orr Else Podcast, which is in itself, an episode where I showcased three episodes of my Patreon podcast called, My Other Podcast. This is a long one, but that's only to keep you busy until Episode 100 comes out in one week's time. Among these three episodes I first challenge myself to fill fifteen minutes of episode time with nothing yet wind up telling a wonderful story about Sonic and a chicken sandwich, then I talk about my most favorite single comic book issue of all time, and finally I discuss a limited series known as Marvel 1872. So yeah, as I said right there at the get go, buckle up! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about one of my most favorite fictional characters of all time . . . Dirk Gently. But more specifically, the book, Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency by Douglas Adams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I dip back into the old episode bin and play something from March of 2019. Did you know that there was once a time where Spider-Man was shot and buried by Kraven the Hunter? That's right, this is the episode in which I talk about Kraven's Last Hunt by J. M. DeMatteis, Mike Zeck, Bob McLeod, Rick Parker, Bob Sharen, and Janet Jackson. "Kraven the Hunter has stalked and killed every animal known to man. But there is one beast that has eluded him. One quarry that has mocked him at every turn: the wall-crawling web-slinger known as Spider-Man. And to prove that he is the hero's master, he will pull on his costume and become him... after he shoots and buries him six feet under!" Published by Marvel Comics in Web of Spider-Man #31-32, Amazing Spider-Man #293-294, and Spectacular Spider-Man #131-132 between October and November of 1987. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Captain America #315 by Mark Gruenwald, Paul Neary, Dennis Janke, Ken Feduniewicz, and Diana Albers. "Cap is trapped by the Porcupine! At least that's what the Serpent Society thinks, because that's what the Porcupine wants them to know! If the Porcupine succeeds, his life of crime is over! If he fails ..." Published by Marvel Comics in March, 1986. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Akira Volume One by Katsuhiro Otomo. "Welcome to Neo-Tokyo, built on the ashes of a Tokyo annihilated by a blast of unknown origin that triggered World War III. The lives of two streetwise teenage friends, Tetsuo and Kaneda, change forever when paranormal abilities begin to waken in Tetsuo, making him a target for a shadowy agency that will stop at nothing to prevent another catastrophe like the one that leveled Tokyo. At the core of the agency’s motivation is a raw, all-consuming fear of an unthinkable, monstrous power known only as Akira." . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I continue my journey through the epic comic book series Elfquest by Wendy and Richard Pini with issue #3. "Rayek challenges Cutter to a series of contests for Leetah's hand." Originally published in December, 1978. Read along for free at elfquest.com Episode 72 - ElfQuest: Part One Episode 82 - ElfQuest: Part Two . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I dip back into the old episode bin and play something from April of 2019. Ever wondered how Shazam started? Did you know that there's more than one origin story? Well, here's two. This week I talk through two of Shazam's origin stories: Whiz Comics #2 from 1940 and Shazam: The New Beginning from 1987. Links: Kirby Krackle (Music used with permission) - kirbykracklemusic.com . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Fantastic Four #347 by Walt Simonson, Arthur Adams, Art Thibert, Steve Buccellato, and Bill Oakley. "The Fantastic Four are dead! Long live the new Fantastic Four - Spider-Man, Wolverine, Hulk, and Ghost Rider!? Can they get to the bottom of the FF's demise? And just what do the Skrulls want with this new team?" Published by Marvel Comics in December 1990. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Major Bummer #1 by John Arcudi, Doug Mahnke, Tom Nguyen, Carla Feeny, Willie Schubert, and Peter Tomasi. "Lou Martin's just gained incredible superpowers! Too bad all he wants to do is stay firmly planted on the couch. But an alien got Lewis Martin, slacker extraordinaire, and Martin Lewis, promising young lawyer, confused and sent an Extreme Enhancement Module to the wrong guy, and now Lou's got superheroes trying to get him to . . . ugh . . . contribute to society--and outlandish supervillains, monsters, and aliens are out to take him down!" Published by DC Comics in August 1997. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes Who is the greater super hero team? The Justice League of America, or the Avengers? I don't know. That's not the point of this episode. Instead, I've read an Avengers trade and a JLA trade and I talk about the two of them and then tell you which one I liked better and why. Enjoy! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
Episode Notes This is the episode in which I talk about Conan Volume 1: The Frost Giant's Daughter and Other Stories by Kurt Busiek, Tim Truman, Haden Blackman, Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, Richard Starkings, and Dave Stewart "When the internationally famous barbarian hero returned to comics, with an all-new fresh start by award-winning writer Kurt Busiek (JLA/Avengers, Astro City) and dynamic artists Cary Nord, Thomas Yeates, and Dave Stewart, the result was instant sell-outs and multiple printings to keep up with the demand. Now Conan's earliest adventures are collected in a handsome 192-page collection. Catch all the action and savagery as he wars with the murderous Vanir, meets the Frost Giant's Daughter, and is taken as a slave by the ancient sorcerers of Hyperborea! This top-selling new series faithfully expands on original author Robert E. Howard's literary creation. Collecting issues #0-#6 and fourteen pages from issue #7 of the ongoing series." Published by Dark Horse on March 30, 2005. Most of this episode was originally published on January 13, 2019 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . More stuff: The theme song used in each episode is Night Drive by The Oldfield Victory. Find them and their music at theoldfieldvictory.bandcamp.com Want to help support the show? You can do that in a number of ways: First, just spread the word. Tell a friend, tell two friends, tell your father, mother, sister, brother, neighbor, coworker, plumber, and even the guy or girl who cuts your hair. Beyond that you can support Steeven and the show for as little as a dollar a month on Patreon: www.patreon.com/steevenrorr Or, if the idea of a monthly payment doesn't appeal to you and you just want to throw the show a one time payment, visit ko-fi.com/steevenrorr and buy Steeven and the show a coffee for as little as $3, but as high as you want to go. Ask me questions, tell me stories, lie to me, speak your truth, make suggestions, or even complain right here: feedback@steevenorrelse.com Check out Steeven's blog at steevenrorr.com Just Another Fanboy is a proud member of the Comics Podcast Network. Find it and more great comic book podcasts at comicspodcasts.com
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