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About the Author
Rob Liefeld’s legendary career began at the age of 18 years old. Fresh out of high school he was hired by both Marvel and DC Comics where he began laying the foundation for a resume that would define a generation. Among the most popular of Liefeld’s creations are Deadpool, Cable, Domino, X-Force, Youngblood, Supreme, Prophet and Glory.

The Numbers! Million Dollar Baby!

Another examination of The Numbers gives us the sale that rocked Pop Culture! A Spider Man page from 1985 sold at auction for 3.3 million dollars last week and has turned the comic book art wheel on its head! Plus, Stephen King’s essay on Dark Knight and a look at the sagging numbers for Batman that stretched over a decade, threatening the future of the franchise!

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The Macho Show!

Macho Culture is exploding! All things Macho are surging in pop culture! Yellowstone! John Wick! One Punch Man ! Networks and studios are scrambling to capitalize on what they call the Macho factor! Marvel comics used to be the King of The Macho Way! Jack Kirby was the most Macho creator of all time! Why exactly is Macho on the rise and what is already capitalizing on its brazen approach to storytelling?!

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Independence Day!

Take a group of legendary talents, bring them together and launch a popular new creator owned publishing line that takes comics by storm, sound familiar? It should, it’s the story of Pacific Comics, 1981! Also, we look forward towards Robert Pattinson’s The Batman and highlight the primary influences that shape it!

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Untold Tales Of Image Comics! Pt. 1!

Just how close were you to getting theme park rides featuring Image Comics? How about Live-Action arena tours featuring your favorite Image characters? Closer than you will ever know! It’s time to unearth the unspoken stories for The Untold Tales of Image Comics! Our celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Image Comics continues!

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A World Without Image Comics pt. 1

For 30 years, Image Comics has been a catalyst for tremendous change throughout the comics industry. But what if, it all never happened? In celebration of its 30th Anniversary, we follow the roads less traveled and examine a world without Image Comics?

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Spider-Man: No Way Home!

A Non-Spoiler filled discussion of the latest Spider Man film to close out the year and our 2nd season! Rob shares his for this epic installment for the wall crawler and his enthusiasm for a movie he believes is the end of the year celebration we all hoped for and deserve!

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George Pérez! Comic Book Titan!

The world of comic books was rocked by the news of George Perez failing health. His work on Avengers, Fantastic Four, Titans and Justice League is an inspiration to the entire industry. Rob shares insights & interviews as well as stories from his own personal journeys with George, all while celebrating the many outstanding achievements of the illustrious George Perez.

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Comic Book Market 2021! Moon Knight! Spidey 2099!

The year is barreling towards its conclusion, comic conventions have roared back in L.A., San Diego and New York, new trends are developing and the market is quick to respond! Amazing Comic Con’s Jimmy Jay joins Rob to break down the heat from recent titles and characters and guide us towards the latest industry picks & new hits coming your way!

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The Numbers! Rank & File!

It was a decade of change! Rob examines the sales charts, from 1973 thru 1984, the trends and the rankings, telling the tale of a Marvelous evolution! Which characters had staying power? What was the understated powerhouse, the steady franchises, the trendy licenses? The numbers don’t lie and the data shared in this episode gives a glimpse of an age of transition and all that was to follow! If you love numbers, this is the show for you!

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Stalking The Empire!

Han Solo in a light saber duel with Darth Vader? Leia turned against Luke & Han? Time Travel and Black Holes? This episode is an epic re-counting of the outrageous rumors and leaks that were occurring in the months before Empire Strikes Back was released. Rob shares which details that magazines and reporters were submitting for official approval to Lucasfilm, circa 1979! And Lucasfilm responds!

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