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Sweet Christmas: A Visual History of Luke Cage

It’s Christmas in May as Mo Kristiansen of We Talk Podcasts brings us an exhaustive visual history of Luke Cage!

Amazing Spider-Man #123

Mo was my podcasting godfather, so I am always on the lookout for a reason to plug his site, but this Luke Cage retrospective is especially worth your time. Mo traces the visual development of Luke from his “Power Man” days to the present era, and even includes video games, action figures, and Legos!

For such heartfelt work, the least I can do is offer Mo a plug … and I also feel a little bad for putting Luke in my list of Marvel fashion disasters over at What Culture, too. So click on over to We Talk Podcasts, and tell Mo that Longbox Graveyard sent you!

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The Voice of the Longbox!

It’s been nearly a year since I had a podcast of my own, but it was fun to get back behind the (virtual) microphone with the We Talk Comics guys for last week’s “WTC Special!”

We Talk Comics!

That’s me in the middle, with the flaming head. Which is cool. If they’d instead made us The Legion of Substitute Heroes, as I suggested, I might have gotten stuck with Doubleheader. Or Night Girl.

(Of course, if I was turned into Night Girl, I’d never leave the house.)

But enough of that. Just give the podcast a listen.

Thanks to Mo Kristiansen for having me on the show!

The Fourth Longbox Graveyard Podcast Has Arrived!

The Fourth Longbox Graveyard Podcast Has Arrived!

The fourth monthly installment of the Longbox Graveyard Podcast is now available for your downloading and listening pleasure.

This month marks a departure from format as I look at Frank Miller’s controversial and devisive Holy Terror through the eyes of a young man who has grown up in a post-9/11 world — my son, Miles.

It’s a bit longer and maybe less locked down that previous episodes of the podcast but I hope you will find it worth your while. Be sure to let me know what you think!

Thanks to Mo Kristiansen at the We Talk Podcasts network for hosting the Longbox Graveyard Podcast. You can find all of my past podcasts and appearances on my … wait for it … podcast page.

Longbox Graveyard Podcast at iTunes

Longbox Graveyard Podcast at We Talk Podcasts

The Longbox Graveyard Podcast Returns!

The Longbox Graveyard Podcast Returns!

It’s the third Tuesday of the month and that means it’s time for another Longbox Graveyard Podcast! Hot on the heels of last month’s inaugural installment of my new podcast comes this month’s report on the just-concluded San Diego Comic-Con, and my own probing, soul-searing self-examination of why we fans consent to “The Ritual” demonstration of nerdly affection demanded by these big events.

exploring the incomprehensible rituals of comic book fandom!

You can find the podcast at iTunes or the We Talk Podcasts site.

Thanks for listening — I hope the Longbox Graveyard Podcast becomes a “Ritual” of it’s own! Please let me know what you think of the podcast and I’ll see you again next month for another edition of the Longbox Graveyard Podcast.


Longbox Graveyard Podcast on iTunes

Longbox Graveyard Podcast at We Talk Podcasts site

The First Longbox Graveyard Podcast Is Here!

The First Longbox Graveyard Podcast Is Here!

Thanks to Mo Kristiansen and the We Talk Podcast network, Longbox Graveyard is on the air!

Please check out my inaugural podcast via iTunes or the We Talk Podcast site.

This month’s installment is “Childish Things” — it’s my secret origin story! There’s also a bit of news about the blog and more info about my forthcoming Malibu Comics panel at next month’s San Diego Comic-Con!

Ultron is receiving the Longbox Graveyard Podcast. How about YOU?

Thanks in advance for listening, and please let me know your comments, either here or on one of the many channels I mention on the podcast. I plan to make this a monthly feature, so jump on early and subscribe, and then I’ll see you again the third Tuesday of each month for the Longbox Graveyard Podcast!

Longbox Graveyard Podcast on iTunes

Longbox Graveyard Podcast at We Talk Podcasts site

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