iFanboy celebrates its 600th episode with a triple-sized all listener e-mail spectacular! Josh Flanagan, Ron Richards, and Conor Kilpatrick asked you, the iFanbase, to send them e-mails… and you delivered!
Running Time: 03:08:39
Pick of the Week:
00:04:09 – The Black Racer and Shilo Norman Special #1
Ron Talks About Comics For Two Minutes:The Black Racer and Shilo Norman Special #1
00:16:27 – Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic: Mace Windu #1, Star Wars #35, Generations: Hawkeye and Hawkeye #1, Infamous Iron Man #11, X-Men: Blue #10, Darkside Special #1, Deadly Class #30, Jean Grey #6, Deadpool #35
00:19:21 – Secret Empire #10
00:30:08 – The tradition continues as we field questions from the loyal iFanbase for nearly 3 hours. Listen as the iFanboy trio slowly fall apart, talking comics to the very bitter end.
Ryan from Madrid, Spain wants us to update our Top 5 desert island comics.
Nick P from New Port Beach, CA and Luxembourg want to know what Ron ended up doing with his single issues.
Josh F. from Chicago, IL wants to know how the iFanboys got their comic book critique training.
East B. from Egypt has questions about the new DC movies movie announcements, how emails are chosen for the weekly show, Tom King’s hidden agenda, and Little House on the Prairie.
Patrick from Snow Hill, NC wants to know the iFanboys’ favorite series that have come out over the life of the podcast.
Brian C. posits two “What If” scenarios: what if the 90s Image bubble hadn’t burst and what if Marvel had never sold its X-Men and Spider-Man film rights?
Caleb S. from Minnesota says his favorite character is Nightwing because his personality is the opposite of Dick Grayson.
Robert T. from Ann Arbor, MI has a grammar problem with the show.
Jeff from Georgia wants to know which series could use a genre shift.
Bill S. has questions about “floppies”, the standard length of mini-series, the next iFanboy t-shirt, and the decline of the X-Men.
Todd C. thinks it is finally time that iFanboy reveals how the video show was made.
Bilel from Utrecht, Holland has some manga he wants iFanboy to check out.
Doug M. from Iowa is looking for good comics for kids.
Socrates from Palm Bay, FL often wonders which comic book will be his last, and wonders what will be the iFanboys’ last comic book.
Bryan R. has questions about Paul Montgomery, Pick of the Week #666, and “the thing.”
Alan T. has a real problem with iFanboy’s take on early Steve Epting art.
Rick Z. from Topeka, KS wonders if Ron ever read Gotham Central and asks what it takes for an iFanboy to read a book that they otherwise wouldn’t.
Tyler R. asks Ron about his favorite experience at Disney World, Conor’s favorite seasonal drinks, and, along with Ryan S. from Louisiana, asks Josh about Elvis Costello.
Greg B. form Oakland, CA wants some genre match-up pitches for DC films.
Eric W. from Tennessee wants to know when the show will reboot with episode number one.
Brian C. from Cleveland, OH wonders if Superman, and his values, are irrelevant in today’s society.
Steven B. has questions about Identity Crisis, the iFanboys as analogues to characters on Seinfeld and as analogues of Batman sidekicks.
Jason S. thinks HBO should adapt Dreadstar after Game of Thrones ends.
David B. from Essex, England wonders why everyone thinks that the concept of a multiverse is considered too confusing.
Lukas from Neulengbach, Austria has questions about the iFanboys having prior knowledge of upcoming storylines and what qualifies a book for a re-read.
Patrick M. from Chicago, IL looked at the iFanboy photograph on the iFanboy Facebook page and wonders what it wold look like if it was taken today.
Chris L. has some fun stats about the Patron Powers.
BJ from South Korea has some dumb superpowers for each of the iFanboys.
Damian Sherman from Pittsfield, MA wonders which five series the iFanboys would send into space for alien civilizations to read.
Matt G. wonders if the iFanboys have any favorite editor’s notes.
Adam D. asks which is better, propane or charcoal?
Josh G. from Danbury, CT wonders who will write and draw Action Comics #1000 and Detective Comics #1000.
CJ B. has deep and personal questions about the iFanboys’ relationships.
Luke P. from Perth, Australia wants to know which superhero cartoons are currently driving kids into comics.
Wes A. from Friedley, MN wants to know how the sale to Disney has gone for Marvel and why there haven’t been any crossovers between Marvel and Star Wars comics.
Darren J. from Glasgow, Scotland wants to know which creative team would write and draw the iFanboy origin story six issue series.
Scott S. from Chicago IL is looking for comic books that aren’t so grim and gritty.
Kevin C. wants to know how DC Rebirth compares to the New 52.
Brice B. from California wants to know why no one can make Hawkman work.
Kendall N. from Austin, TX really wants the full iFanboy website to come back.
Andrew from Santa Cruz, CA is looking for DC trades similar to Morison’s JLA.
Corin E. asks about mispronunciations over the years, dream creative teams, and whether or not he should save to buy a house or spend money on stuff he wants.
02:05:02 – Drew DeSario
02:06:01 – Henry Jones
02:06:34 – Keegan Baggan
02:07:52 – Kyle Rechsteiner
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