Monday, September 24, 2012

The Fire and Water Podcast: Episode 31

sgTHE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST: Episode 31
The official podcast of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE and FIRESTORM FAN

Episode 31 - Robot Chicken DC Comics Special Audio Commentary

This episode Shag and I present a special commentary track for the ROBOT CHICKEN DC COMICS SPECIAL! Watch your copy of the Special while you listen to Shag and I discuss behind-the-scenes info (a little) and geek out (a lot)!


You can watch the ROBOT CHICKEN DC COMICS SPECIAL online right now at the link below: http://video.adultswim.com/robot-chicken/robot-chicken-dc-comics-special.html

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Intro theme, "That Time is Now," by Michael Kohler. Outro music by Daniel Adams and The Bad Mamma Jammas!
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As promised, you can check out the Doctor Fate custom Mego action figure at this link:
http://firestormfan.com/2012/09/21/custom-dr-fate/

And be sure to visit the blog of Mark Sautter, the creator of the Doctor Fate custom Mego action figure:
http://www.markneto.com/
Thanks for listening! Fan the Flame and Ride the Wave!

4 comments:

Ryan Daly said...

AQUA-PUNCH!!!!

(That should be your tag for every episode of this podcast from now on)

Thanks for the commentary, guy. You hit upon my two favorite bits in the special: Abin Sur's corpse being mauled by bears, and Wildcat versus Darkseid.

Diabolu Frank said...

I've grown terribly fatigued with the, to be kind, "brisk" pacing on Aquaman and it's excess of pin-ups. I'm dropping the book because of this. That said, the team of Reis-Prado-Reis is far and away the best in comics, and I hung on as long as I did because the book was so damn pretty. They were absolutely perfect on Aquaman, and I think it's kind of a shame that perfection will be diluted across seven characters on a lousy team book.

Eddie Barrows is an artist that I've enjoyed looking at who has been very consistent in not working on books I'm willing to read (though I came close with New 52 Nightwing.) The right writer and Barrows could bring me back to the book after my skipping the Ocean Master arc, and sustain the momentum of the book's relaunch.

Little Russell Burbage said...

Fun episode! It's always a pleasure to hear you guys chat for an hour or two or four. Now *that's* entertainment!

Rob,
I think that Michael Bailey kid is a good replacement. Nice choice!! ;-)

PS Very happily surprised by my call-out. Thanks, guys!!

c´żśnical said...

Am I the only one who was woefully underwhelmed by the Robot Chicken Special? I'm a big fan of the show, but I got the distinct impression that, since WB/DC were actively promoting the special, they were held back by certain parameters. It really felt to me that the jokes were too safe to really be all that funny.

I'm also not a big fan of how Aquaman was portrayed. Geoff Johns has been on the front lines for over a year now, trying desperately to convince people that Arthur isn't this gutless, wimp, joke of a character, yet that is exactly what we got in this special. I can see why it was done (Aquaman has consistently been portrayed that way on the show since its inception), but I was very disappointed by it.

Firestorm came across as a bad ass, though. Go figure!

I assume Shag(g) will be buried with his prized Hal Jordan Birthday card. I received the exact same card for my Birthday from my mom. It rocks!

And for the record, there was a slew of GL merchandise that came out in support of the movie. The sheer amount of available action figures was staggering, and get this, they even sold well! I know, I know. Totally shocking.

Haters.