Spidey, Hellcat, and more on the way

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It’s that time of the year again, the time of year when all 3 of my kids get the creepin’ crud, and I can feel it trying to come for me. On the plus side I’ve read some comics, not just from this century, or decade, from this year. Maybe.
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TGA Podcast Episode 0030 – Moonbases Are Awesome

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This week we hit 30 something. The guys cover Mariya Oktyabrskaya, Spidey rental service, Space Ghost voice actor Gary Owens passing, the Sana Amanat promotion, Matt Fraction’s Fifty Shades of Futures Without Violence campaign, and the return of Old Man Logan. At the end we learn the impact that fellow High Voltage Radio podcast Bayside High and Drunk has had on Chris.

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Comics & Guitar: A perfect team-up?

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I’ve been kicking around an idea, lately that would combine two of my favorite things into one awesome project, and I would love for you to follow me on this journey. Follow me after the jump, and let’s see where I want to go with this.

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TGA Podcast Episode 0017 – The Italian Job

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Welcome to our second ever podcast a la Skype! Tonight we discussed Donald Glover as Miles Morales, Archie’s Stan Goldberg passing, SciFi movie tropes, more Guardians of the Galaxy, the return of The Tick, and the Union Street Choir Kickstarter. Finally, we talk about a very controversial variant cover recently commissioned by Marvel Comics.  To help us better understand the issue at hand we Skyped in a special guest who is very close to the matter. This you will not want to miss! Continue reading

TGA Podcast Episode 0015 – Comics Con Carne

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This week we preview Stockton-Con, recap SDCC announcements, gripe about DC/WB cinematic, and briefly review a few books.

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TGA Podcast Episode 0014 – The Fat Falcon

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Welcome to episode #14! This week we tackle all the heavy issues concerning the comic book world. Topics include the new Thor, new Capt, hipster Batgirl, Gotham the TV series, The Rock as Shazam, and Fantastic 4 the noncanonical cinematic feature.

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