(*Editor Note – Holy Crap! JC loves you people again! He wrote all this below! Glorious, isn’t it? But Thom, it seems, does not love anyone anymore. Sad face.)
This week on Hold 322… The Radioactive Professor and Ultimate Bob were off on a cultural mission, ensuring the world was safe for Shakespeare readings… Meanwhile, Captain Batman hosts two special guests: Bob 616, and one of the creators of Salt City Strangers, Chris Hoffman, as they delve into the world of Comics and report news from SDCC that they were unfortunately not present for. [more stuff happened that Jeff will either fill in here, or will leave like this because it's funny to him]
All this, and a Meet-Up! Face front, true believers! It’s Hold 322!
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Holey Moley! The Links!
Hold 322 Meet-Up!
RIFFTRAX LIVE: GODZILLA August 14, 2014
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JC usually writes these, but, I guess he doesn’t love you all as much as I do. Sad that …
Barnes and Noble in Sugarhouse invited your Hold 322 crew to celebrate Batman’s 75th Birthday by recording the show LIVE in an actual International, corporate owned business. Seriously!
I know, huh?
We had a visit from Danielle ÜberAlles, spent some time with Vanessa Fravel, and almost got FatCamp sabotaged by Lisa Westbrook!
Listen in – it was fun!
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Gimmickier than the old Thor.
Am I upset about a female Thor? No, not really. I think I’m more upset that Marvel opted for stunt casting over putting good writers on existing or new female characters. Why is it so hard to task resources for a genuine effort? Jason Aaron is writing it, so, it’ll probably be good, but, much like the Superior Spider-man, once the next movie gets nearer, they’ll reset it and the stunt will be over – leaving any female readers that fell for the stunt without a strong female character once again. It’s too little, and too insincere to fix a glaring imbalance in comics.
This week on Hold 322! Hello Sweetie’s own Danielle ÜberAlles joins us in studio and pretties up the place just by being there. We discuss the Finches taking over Wonder Woman, DC’s decision to block the use of the Superman logo on a Canadian memorial, and Batgirl‘s new look (and creative team). In comics, Q meets new Kirk, Star Wars makes one last run at a story arc, the true Birds of Prey fight together in Batgirl, Spider-Man turns 100, Thor and Loki go looking for their sister, and Peter David returns to Spider-Man 2099.
All this, and Bob asks: “what comic book moments have shocked you? “! Face front, true believers! It’s Hold 322!
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Links of Hope
This week on Hold 322… No smoking for Constantine and no Loki for Avengers 2. 3 more villains are revealed for Bat v Sup, and 2 new Batman inspired comics are unveiled by DC. And DC finally lets us have the joke. In comics, a new Other is unsurprisingly revealed, a new Superman rises, Miles meets the Ultimate Green Goblin, Starlord gets a great solo title, and Thor gets a spectacular epilogue. Bob asks: “which character would give you writers block?” All this and Kevin Smith! Face front, true believers! It’s Hold 322!
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The Links of Hotness
This week on Hold 322… Life imitates art (sorta) when a good friend of the show witnesses a robbery. Amy Adams is a hero. Harrison Ford’s injury has shut down episode VII. Allison Baker takes over Ops on the Starship IDW. And we talk about the biggest rumor to come out of comicdom in a long long time. Meanwhile, in the comics: Leaves on the Wind ends (sorta), Mera shows just how bad-ass she is, Bruce Banner learns that Tony Stark may have turned him into the Hulk, Doctor Strange gets darker, and Ms Marvel suffers from bad editing. Bob asks: “what comic series would you like to see made into a movie.”
All this and Canada Day! Face front true believers, it’s Hold 322!
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Links of Pain
Quote of the Week
“In the name of the Board of Directors of the Gotham City Museum of Natural History, I demand you and your men unhand those crates!” -Batman 66 meets the Green Hornet #1