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Comic Book Noise

Derek Coward

making noise about comic books

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Latest Episodes

Host Derek Coward talks about (rambles disjointedly actually) the movie The Flash and the character Batman, Luke Skywalker and the middle finger to Star Wars fans, and a change of mind. more

3 months ago

Host Derek Coward talks about his Marvel Mount Rushmore, a recommendation for the movie Nimona, and his thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. more

3 months ago

Host Derek Coward asks for help getting back into the X-Books. more

6 months ago

Host Derek Coward talks about the comic books he has been reading. Note: This episode is extra rambly and poorly researched. Do with that information what you will. more

10 months ago


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3.6 out of 5 stars from 16 ratings
  • Sniff, Gulp, Cough

    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

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 years ago
  • Not interesting.

    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.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States6 years ago
  • Not for the easily offended

    The perfect blend of comicspeak and roadrage.

    Apple Podcasts
    FKAjason from Wild Pod
    United States8 years ago
  • I like comics and I like this show.

    Derek has opinions on comic books and I enjoy listening to them. I listen to several comic book podcasts during my work commute every day and this one is at the top of my list. It's nice to listen to someone who, like myself, is a lifelong comics fan and sees plenty of good and bad in the books he reads.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 years ago
  • Straight Up & Well-Thought

    Derek Coward never misses a beat in my opinion. The man knows how to handle the solo-mic and make his points - he knows the language of Podcasting better than many. Comic Book Noise is an excellent example of honest Comics Podcasting.

    Apple Podcasts
    Alec Berry
    United States15 years ago

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