Podcast: Behind the Panels – Issue 34: Fire

Behind the Panels 34 - Fire

Behind the Panels Cover Art - Ep 34Hosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

In this issue,  it’s Marvel NOW! and we pay later. DC back on top andDinosaurs Vs. Aliens. THEN Spidey gets a trilogy, Marvel delays Cinematic Universe and Hellboy goes to hospital. All our latest reads PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: Fire by Brian Michael Bendis.

Our next reading assignment: Batman: Knightfall.

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Your Show Notes Follow:

Vintage Clip of the Week

Marvel Super Heroes – Namor the Submariner – Dr. Doom’s Day (1966)

Latest in Comic Releases

Graphic Bits

Comic News

Marvel NOW! Relaunches Line with Uncanny Avengers, New Titles Every Week Until February.

DC Retakes Market Share from Marvel.

Sonnenfeld and Morrison reveal Dinosaurs Vs. Aliens Trailer.

Movie News

Our thoughts on The Amazing Spider-man film.

The Amazing Spider-Man to be a trilogy.

Marvel’s second 2014 film pushed back to August.

Ron Perlman visits child in hospital…as Hellboy!


All this and a The Walking Dead Season 2 Giveaway.

The Rest…

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The music used for this episode is “Fire” by Jimi Hendrix and “Light My Fire” by The Doors.