Join our panel on a biweekly journey through the Bronze Age of American comic books (1970-1985), one issue at a time! Follow us on twitter @BronzeAgeBooks
Episode 15: MARVEL SPOTLIGHT #33
Deathlok! Devil-Slayer! A deep dive into convoluted continuity! Our panel dissects MARVEL SPOTLIGHT #33 (1977), written by David Anthony Kraft with pencils by Rich Buckler, Mike Nasser, Arvell Jones, and inks by Klaus Janson.
Episode 14: YOUNG LOVE #112
Love is in the air, and the Bronze Age Book Club got is giving you YOUNG LOVE #112 (1974) for Valentine's Day! This 100-page spectacular features the art of Nick Cardy, Win Mortimer, Ric Estrada, and Vince Colletta. Plus, there's "Marc--On the Man's Side," one of the most bizarre letter columns ever!
Episode 13: THUNDER BUNNY #1
Our panel plays "spot the cameo" when we read that artifact of comics fandom history, THUNDER BUNNY #1 (1984) from Archie Comics' Red Circle imprint, written by Martin Greim with art by Brian Buniak and Frank Giacoia.
Episode 12: CONAN THE BARBARIAN #127
It's a new year, by Crom! The Book Club's back with CONAN THE BARBARIAN #127, written by J.Mark DeMatteis with art by Gil Kane. All your winter barbarian fashion tips are right here!
Episode 11: DC SPECIAL SERIES #21: Super Star Holiday Special
'Tis the season for a holiday-themed anthology! The Book Club unwraps DC SPECIAL SERIES #21 (1980) the SUPER STAR HOLIDAY SPECIAL, featuring Jonah Hex by Michael Fleischer, Dick Ayers and Romeo Tanghal; Batman by Denny O'Neil, Frank Miller and Steve Mitchell; The House of Mystery by Bob Rozakis, Romeo Tanghal, and Dan Adkins; Sgt. Rock by Robert Kanigher, Ayers and Tanghal; and the Legion of Super-Heroes by Paul Levitz, Jose-Luis Garcia Lopez and Dick Giordano.
Episode 10: KORG: 70,000 B.C. #9
Did Neanderthals wear high waisted loincloths? Jason, Robert, and Trey get pseudo-anthropological as they unearth KORG: 70,000 B.C. #9 (1976) by Pat Boyette.
Southern Accents too!
Fun broadcast with funny and wise readers. Distinct voices and super short for ADD listeners!
Wonderful Walk Through The Past
I just recently discovered this podcast and I’m loving the format, idea, and approach. I’m pulling out my original copies as I go through the episodes and following along with the hosts. Loads of fun for Bronze Age “kids” like me and I wish the show a good long run.