Podcast Detroit presents The Weapon’s coverage of FanExpo Canada 2017 Part One! Featuring Artist Alley conversations with Kevin Brionnes and Paul Limgenco ( Neon Black ) Nino Vecia ( The Warden’s Call ) Malcolm Derikx and Todd Sullivan ( Tommygun Banshee ) Anthony Ruttgaizer ( Heroes of Homeroom C ) Lee Modor ( The Highlander ) and Jay Fosgitt ( Rocket and Groot, My Little Pony) who sits in for our intro to discuss the recent announcement of Boom! studios upcoming release of Bodie Troll!
The Jedi Ras is joined by Bachman and The Other Guy to discuss the reveal of the 13th Doctor, Jodie Whitakker, Spider-Man : Homecoming, and all the Star Wars : The Last Jedi and Avengers : Infinity War news to come out of D23.
Droids Canada Game of Thrones Deadpool!
We are setting up our very own Deadpool for Season 7! No purchase required to play. All you need to do is play for a chance to win an epic prize! Free and an epic prize? Why not!
How to play:
We have Drafted 30 people that could potentially die in Season 7.
Tyrion Lannister Missandei Jorah Mormont
Jamie Lannister The Hound Gilly
Cersei Lannister Arya Stark Grey Worm
Jon Snow Varys the Mountain
Daenerys Targaryen Theon Greyjoy Beric Dondarrion
LittleFinger Samwell Tarly Night King
Davos Seaworth Brienne Of Tarth Yara Greyjoy
Melisandre Tormund Giantsbane Lyanna Mormont
Ellaria Sand Bran Stark Meera Reed
Sansa Stark Bronn Podrick Payne
Of that 30, you need to select 10 that you expect to die by seasons end.
• You receive 1 point for every correct answer for everyone who died
• You receive 1 point if you can tell us which character killed them
• You receive 1 point if you can properly predict which episode they died on
• You will receive a x2 multiple if the actor of the character you selected in the main title credits dies. (Potential of 6 points per character)
• In the case of the tie, whomever has the most correct main title credit actors selected would break the tie
All forms via email, G:Drive and paper must be submitted by 1PM EST on 07/16/17 docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQL…ck4Kelmw/viewform
We all remember the original 1967 Spider-Man cartoon (you know the one with the catchy theme song) but did you know that all the dialogue for the series was recorded in Toronto and Paul Soles, the voice of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, is not only still around, but still acting at 86-years-young as the star of the new CBC Comedy web series, My 90-year-old Roommate? The legend comes by to spill secrets from the production of Spider-Man, including the fact that the voice acting company for all the original Marvel cartoons – Spider-Man, The Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, Marvel Superheroes and more – was originally put together during the production of the Rankin/Bass stop-motion animation classic Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer where Paul starred as Hermey the Elf. Fast forward into the 2000s and Paul inadvertently found himself a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to a live-action bit part in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk and a prior relationship with star Edward Norton. This episode of Speech Bubble is sponsored by Hairy Tarantula.
Thus begins The Weapon’s coverage of Motor City Comic Con 2017! In this part one, The Jedi Ras is joined by Drunk On Comics host Tony McKay for a chat with the headmaster of Source Point Press Publishing, Travis McIntire and artist Rob Hogan, followed by a talk with Stan Konopka, the writer of SPP’s latest hit, The Rejected.
Droids Canada Podcast is a geeky pop culture show based out of the Niagara Region in Ontario Canada since 2012. We’re very pleased to welcome these veteran podcasters to the P.O.I family. Please check out all they have to offer at http://www.droidscanada.com/ !
If you live in Toronto, you know him as the popular DJ on 102.1 The Edge. But his comic book geek cred is strongest as the writer behind the scifi epic ,The Fourth Planet published quarterly by Chapterhouse Comics. He’ll tell us how the idea had its roots in his love of paleo-cultural anthropology (the origins of culture) and how Marvel’s Infinity Gauntlet changed his life. Meanwhile, we discuss why the endless crossover events and relaunches are ruining comics, how Fred got his start in radio and why he entered the ring with his own podcast Issue Zero.
There’s a lot more to K. Trevor Wilson than meets the eye, and Aaron Broverman wants to see it all, so long as it pertains to comics. This special ‘Comics on Comic’ episode of Speech Bubble takes you through the Letterkenny Problems star’s preferred comics as a child, what he’s reading now, and what’s possibly on the horizon.
Speech Bubble: Daniel Brodie A backpacking trip through Amsterdam had Daniel Brodie wondering if he was really in control of his body and that led to Morgan’s Organs – his comic that takes a look at the various characters controlling the organs of a college student named Morgan. Touted as Pixar’s Inside Out for grown ups, Morgan’s Organs was meant to be an animated TV show, but is now a comic funding its second issue through Kickstarter as of this recording’s release. Brodie talks about the projects transformation and the deeper meanings that underlie its sophomoric humour.