Podcast: Behind the Panels – Issue 1

Justice League - New 52

Hosted By: David McVay & Richard Gray

We’ve spoken about it on the Geek Actually podcast and we have planned it for weeks, and now here it is! Behind the Panels the new comic book podcast hosted by David McVay and Richard Gray.

This first issue is really a beta issue as it has temporary music and temporary cover art and really we are still working out format issues etc. But like everything at Geek Actually we like to work in public so we thought we would just put it out there and, via your feedback, we will shape the show into its final version. Behind the Panels is a discussion show about what is hot and what is not in the world of comic books. We are also going to dedicate a fair portion of future shows to our book club. Every week a book, or series of books, will be selected and the next week we will dig in and analyse the selected title.

This week, because it is the first episode we decide to start small and we tackle DC Comics big reboot – The New 52. What are the highlights and the low points of the big DC re-structure. We also talk a little about Marvel’s next phase of movies, what happens after The Avengers?

Have you got something to say? We want to hear from you, send email to comics@geekactually.com or drop us a voicemail at 02 8011 3167 (Skype ID: geekactually).

If you are an iTunes user, please stand by. The iTunes feed will be available in the next couple of days. The next two or three issues will come out on the Geek Actually and Film Actually feeds to get things started.

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