Podcast: Behind the Panels – Issue 36: Justice

Behind The Panels Issue 36 – Justice

Behind the Panels - Episode 36 - JusticeIn this issue, funky Dave Gibbons gets narky on Before Watchmen, DC talks first major crossover of New 52 and old comics are expensive. THEN an original TV show for the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Thor: The Dark World details. PLUS our kick-ass pick of the week: Justice by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger & Doug Braithwaite.

Our next reading assignment: Get Jiro! by Anthony Bourdain, Joel Rose with art by Langdon Foss with José Villarrubia.

Hosted By: Richard Gray & David McVay

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Your Show Notes:

Vintage Clip of the Week
Challenge of the Super Friends – “The Final Challenge” (1978)

Comic News

Dave Gibbons Dismisses Before Watchmen.

DC talks first major crossover of Newish 52.

Old comics are expensive.

Movie News

Original TV show set in Marvel Universe.

Thor: The Dark World shooting location, details revealed.

Powers TV still alive!

The Rest…

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The music used for this episode is from “The Super Friends” & “The All New Super Friends Hour” from the album The Music of DC Comics – 75th Anniversary. Buy it on iTunes.