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Host Derek Coward talks about his final thoughts on the Justice League Vs The Legion of Super Heroes miniseries after finishing reading the whole thing, as well as his thoughts on the first issue of the new Fantastic Four series.The post Comic Book N... more
Host Derek Coward brings back his Top Five lists, this time focusing on Top Five Superhero Team Groups as well as the teams that didn’t make the final list. more
Host Derek Coward gives an update on his life and talks about the Batman 89 hardcover. more
Difficult to follow the scattered thoughts dribbling from the speaker. Nothing personal, there are just too many long pauses, sniffles, lip smacking and gulping sounds, making it unpleasant to listen. more
This is a podcast that doesn’t talk about comic books. He’s driving in his car, coughing, sneezing, being distracted because he’s driving. It’s not worth the listen if you want to hear about comics.
I love this show not only because Derek speaks his mind, but because he does it right. Smart, funny and never one to back down. The hardest working man in comic book podcasting.
Derek Coward is my hero. There are have been many times when I ask myself "What would Derek do?" when I try to decide about changing or adding something to my podcast. Derek tells it how it is and that's something I respect out of any podcast. Thanks for the show Derek, we need more like you out there.
Derek is one of the underappreciated heroes of the comics podcast community. Not only does he host this show, which I'll get to in a second, but he's the father of the Comic Book Noise family of podcasts and also hosts a number of others podcasts for people who otherwise wouldn't do a show. Derek achieves the impossible, he manages to make a one man, one mic show stand out in a genre that is overcrowded with options. Derek exudes confidence. Regardless of whether he's saying something I complete... more
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Comic Book Noise launched 15 years ago and published 60 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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