Episode 192 – Get Me Off This Crazy Thing f / R.J. Ryan, Dave Marquez and Tara Rhymes

On this week’s episode, we welcome the creative team behind Archaia’s upcoming graphic novel, The Joyners in 3D: R.J. (Josh) Ryan, David Marquez, and Tara Rhymes! We talk to them about why they decided to do a 3D comic, the 3D comics that inspired them, the process of making the comic 3D, The Jetsons, why George Joyner is such a powerful character, the most disappointing movies we’ve seen, and much more! Plus, more entries into the list of Every Story Ever!

The Rundown

Comics Talked About:

  • The Punisher #1
  • Ms. Marvel #1
  • Forever Evil #5

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One thought on “Episode 192 – Get Me Off This Crazy Thing f / R.J. Ryan, Dave Marquez and Tara Rhymes”

  1. I’m running a few episodes behind, so just maybe you addressed this in a later installment, but:

    I agree that there’s a lot of really rough storytelling in the Lee/Kirby X-Men. It’s worth remembering that those 17 issues introduced the original five X-Men, Xavier, Magneto, and, of course, the entire CONCEPT OF A SECRET RACE OF HUMANS CONDUCTING AN OCCULT WAR FOR THE FUTURE OF HUMANITY (*ahem*). But they also introduced Wanda and Pietro, who almost immediately became mainstays of the Silver Age Marvel Universe.

    I’d rather reread those early X-Men than the Lee/Kirby Avengers or the Human Torch solo book–or, for that matter, the Larry Leiber issues of Thor, which was a rather uninspired Superman knockoff.

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