Podcast: Behind the Panels – Issue 25: The Lighter Side of The Punisher

Archie Meets The Punisher
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Behind the Panels - The Lighter Side of The PunisherHosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

In this issue we continue our season of holiday specials. Richard has gone to Europe for the next few weeks but we wanted to make sure you still get your Panels goodness. So we pre-recorded our kick ass Pick of the Week sections for the next few weeks and skipped all the other stuff. So, sit back and enjoy our talk about Archie Meets The Punisher by Batton Lash, John Buscema and Stan Goldberg and The Punisher Kills The Marvel Universe by Garth Ennis and Dougie Braithwaite or in other words, what we like to call The Lighter Side of The Punisher.

Our next reading assignment: The Avengers Prelude: Fury’s Big Week by Eric Pearson & Christopher Yost, art by Luke Ross.

The Vintage Clip of the Week this week is:
The Archie Show (1968) – “The Disappearing Act”

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The music used for this episode is the theme to the TV series “Here’s Archie” and “Sugar Sugar” by The Archies.