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Friday, September 15, 2006

Show #37 - September 15

Show 37 on MP3

The ultra-suave host of the Comics Makers podcast, David Arroyo, joins me to review some cartoons!

We discuss three DVDs:
The Ultimate Avengers movie
Challenge of the Superfriends: United They Stand
Justice League Unlimited: Saving the World

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Lex Luthor: Love child of Jean-Luc Picard and Charles Xavier


  • Thank you both Lene & David for the trip to cartoon memory lane. I got season one of the Superfriends for 15 bucks at Sam's club. I get most of the Warner Home DVDs there at rock bottom prices. I enjoy the superfriends as it was my first exposure to the DCU & the JLA. I look forward to your comic reviews of Conan & other comics also. Thanks Lene for the high quality podcast. Looking forwards to IRC #38 next week.


    By Blogger Matthew Guy, at 3:49 AM  

  • good cast.

    I must get round to watching the ultimate avengers somoetime.

    As for Thor losing to the Hulk I think this is because Thor is not a God in the typical Christian sense (i.e omnipotent, omnipresent, etc)but a Norse God where they tended to have roles for each god (i.e , sun god, harvest god).

    look forward to the next post.

    By Blogger Owen Hargreaves, at 1:20 PM  

  • good show.. 2 comments/corrections..

    In The Ultimate Avengers 1.. they did show swastikas at the begining during the Capt America part, and The shield commanders does say that Thor Thinks he is a god, but he (The commander) Thinks he's crazy.

    Again, good show.

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    By Blogger Tim, at 6:32 AM  

  • Well i was talking about the swastikas in Ultimate 2, not one, also thor is taken a bit more seriously as a god by Captain America and the rest of the Avengers its only Nick Furry who has his doubts and its only said almost in jest unlike in the comic.

    By Blogger Dave, at 3:30 PM  

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