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Monday, September 21, 2015

The Fire and Water Podcast, Episode 141

The official podcast of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE and FIRESTORM FAN

Episode 141 - Aquaman #43/Fury of Firestorm (Classic) #23

Shag and me, back on the same podcast! This week we take a look at "Gospel of Destruction" from AQUAMAN #43 by Cullen Bunn, Trevor McCarthy, Jesus Marino, and Guy Major, followed by "Byte" from THE FURY OF FIRESTORM #23 (May 1984) by Gerry and Carla Conway, Rafael Kayanan, Rodin Rodriguez, Carl Gafford, and Andy Kubert. Including the very first comic appearance of Felicity Smoak! Plus your Listener Feedback!

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Opening theme, "That Time is Now," by Michael Kohler. Closing music by Daniel Adams and Ashton Burge of The Bad Mamma Jammas! http://www.facebook.com/BadMammaJammas

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1 comment:

Xum Yukinori said...

Enjoyable show, gentlemen. I made the mistake of listening while finishing up this week’s “The Line It Is Drawn” submission. The whole "Terror-Byte" bit nearly made me use up my last eraser…

If I may be allowed to be a little nitpicky, Shag, William Katt's "Greatest American Hero" character was renamed Mr. Hanley for a short time, and not Mr. Hinckle. What I found hilarious was the episode, “Here’s Looking at You, Kid”, the first episode that removed the Hinckley name by essentially deleting it from the audio. There was one scene where Pam Davidson picked up her visiting parents at the airport, and the mother is raving about the sound of her fiancĂ©’s last name, which was drowned out by a loud airplane noise every time she said it (and it was quite a number). I do not think it was possible to land that many planes so fast -- even at LAX…

And to be further nitpicky: no In Stock Trades recommendations this week? I trust this was a minor lapse and not the end of “a word from your sponsor”...

Thank you for the additional Steam Award, gentlemen. I only did this so Rob would not go through life without seeing a 250th issue of Aquaman ( though I am sure he will see one for real one day). Rob, I am sorry to hear that the current Aquaman title is not bringing as much joy to you as you would like. Maybe when we enter the upcoming era of "DC Ooh!"...

More award-winning Ace Kilroy? I am so there!