Thursday, June 24, 2021

Retro Reviews: Bring on the Bad Guys from Marvel & Fireside Books

Welcome to another Retro Reviews episode of King-Size Comics, Giant-Size Fun, KSCGSF for short! 

Just what are these "Retro Review" podcast episodes? Lazy Podcasting at it's finest! Kyle takes a Retro Review from 2011-2014 that he wrote for his comic shop and/or The Outhousers website from 2011-2014, and looks at the run and the review itself with 2021 Hindsight. This time out, I take a look at Bring on the Bad Guys, a special collection of the origin stories of some of Marvel's most heinous silver age villains, put out by Fireside Books in 1976.  

Of course you can listen to the podcast on ApplePodcasts, Stitcher, Libsyn, or download the episode directly here: Retro Reviews: Bring on the Bad Guys

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Wednesday, June 23, 2021

KSCGSF Classic: Herb Trimpe Salute (2015)

Welcome to an old "classic" episode of King-Size Comics, Giant-Size Fun, KSCGSF for short! I am your host Kyle Benning and as I mentioned in the KSCGSF Catch-Up Episode 

This time out, in an old episode unearthed from April 2015, I devote ta show examining the legacy of the late, great Herb Trimpe, and his 30 years of work for Marvel Comics. 

I finish the episode by taking a look of the GI JOE Real American Hero Treasury Special #1 released in 1982 and featuring Herb's fantastic art. As always, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, or download the episode directly here: KSCGSF Classic: Herb Trimpe Salute (2015)

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KSCGSF Catch-Up DHP, Thor, and Herb Trimpe

Welcome to a long overdue, severely delayed episode of King-Size Comics, Giant-Size Fun, KSCGSF for short! I am your host Kyle Benning and looking back it’s been about 11 freaking weeks since I put out an episode!

This time out I catch you up on what I've been up to, talk a bit about the DHP show, discuss the Jurgens, JMS, Conway, and Fraction Thor runs, and close out with some reflection on the late, great Herb Trimpe. 

Of course you can listen to the podcast on ApplePodcasts, Stitcher, Libsyn, or download the episode directly here: KSCGSF Catch-Up: DHP, Thor, and Herb Trimpe

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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Tales From the Golden Age: The Bob Feller Story from Baseball Thrills #1

It's Tales from the Golden Age, the podcast that looks at Comics from the 1930's thru 1950's. This time out it's a special Baseball Opening Day episode of Tales of the Golden Age, looking at the Bob Feller story from 1951's Baseball Thrills #1, published by Ziff Davis Comics. 

Want to follow along and read the story yourself? Good news, you can! It's in the public domain and available here for free: Baseball Thrills #1

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Retro Reviews: X-CUTIONER'S SONG

Lazy Podcasting at it's finest! Kyle takes a Retro Review from 2011-2014 that he wrote for his comic shop and/or The Outhousers website from 2011-2014, and looks at the run and the review itself with 2021 Hindsight. This time out, I take a look at the 90's X-MEN comicbook crossover that broke Nathanial Wayne of Council of Geeks, X-CUTIONER'S SONG!

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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Dark Horse Presents: BANG! (2020) #1-5

In 1986, Mike Richardson, a comic shop owner in Milwauikie, Oregon launched Dark Horse Comics with the release of the appropriately named Dark Horse Presents, a black and white anthology comic that would change comics forever, and I honestly mean that. Within a few short years, Dark Horse comics would be a force to be reckoned with the comic industry, producing some of the greatest comics the world has ever seen. With mature, compelling stories from some of the greatest comic creators in the world, Dark Horse published an incredible package of graphic storytelling that pushed the comic book medium into new territory. Whether it was licensed properties like Star Wars, RoboCop, Aliens, Predator, and the Terminator. Or creator owned comics from comic legends like Paul Chadwick’s Concrete, John Byrne’s Next Men, Frank Miller’s Sin City, Mike Mignola’s Hellboy, Mike Baron & Steve Rude’s Nexus, Stan Sakai’s Usagi Yojimbo, or Eric Powell’s Goon. Dark Horse comics produced the best comic books on the racks. And so I'm here to celebrate that rich 35 year comic publishing history in podcast form!

Welcome to another episode of Dark Horse Presents, the podcast that celebrates Dark Horse’s 35 rich years of publishing comics here on the KSCGSF feed. I am your host Kyle Benning, and this time out I’m going to take a brief look at the brilliant 5 issue Mini-Series BANG! From the minds of Matt Kindt and Wilfredo Torres.

You can download the episode for listening here: Dark Horse Presents: BANG! #1-5

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Monday, March 29, 2021

Lazy Podcasting at it's finest! Kyle takes a Retro Review from 2011-2014 that he wrote for his comic shop and/or The Outhousers website from 2011-2014, and looks at the run and the review itself with 2021 Hindsight. This time out, I take a look at John Byrne's Next Men series from Dark Horse Comics.  

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Or you can download the episode directly here: Retro Reviews: John Byrne's Next Men (Dark Horse)

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This podcast is made for entertainment purposes only, no money is made or derived from this podcast, all characters discussed, songs and sound clips are copyright of their respective owners, and used under fair use, no infringement is intended.