Ross loves super hero teams and loves talking about the almost as much. So he thought he bring you a podcast the joy of the genre. We will talk about origins, roll calls, creators, 1st Appearances, and the teams' adventures. Ross hopes you enjoy the show.
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Ross gives you his honest feelings about the final Issue of Brave and the Bold , featuring the Earth-Two and Earth-One Batmen. Mike W. Barr and Dave Gibbons give us a lesson in not only storytelling but has to honor the differences in styles between ... more
The Defenders have arrived, or have they? Doctor Strange, Sub-Mariner, and the Hulk team-up to stop the Omegatron. Ross is joined by Ron from Fantastic Comic Fan Podcast to chat about the first appearance of Marvels Non-Team
Legion try outs again. Who will get in? Will it be Antenna Boy, Dynamo Boy, or Marvel Lad, also known as the Legionnaire Lemon. ML passes all the challenges and is the winner. Go read the comic, Adventure Comics 305, find out.
“Honesty” is not code for negativity up there in my title, nor is it on this show! The host keeps things quick, and shares his honest thoughts about the topic at hand, but it all comes from a place of love for comics. Some shows feel like unpaid PR campaigns at times, but this one feels real without tipping into the other extreme of a total “hot take” fest. Great stuff.
Ross has a good time sharing a single issue comic, storyline or team. Enjoyable show!
Ross knows his stuff but keeps it light, personal history with the comics and deep knowledge of the characters pay off, giving us a brief but illuminating glimpse into some classic comics.
Ross has an infectious enthusiasm and a wonderful smooth voice that makes the episodes so engaging to listen to. more
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Stop! Let's Team-Up! launched 7 months ago and published 56 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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