22 episodes

Comic Geek Speak Presents: Murd's Time Bubble journeys back in time to roughly nine years ago. Host Adam Murdough is a little behind on his reading. He's just now getting around to comics from the new millenium. In this show he discusses the books he's currently reading.

Comic Geek Speak Presents: Murd's Time Bubble Speakers of Geek

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    • 4.3, 21 Ratings

Comic Geek Speak Presents: Murd's Time Bubble journeys back in time to roughly nine years ago. Host Adam Murdough is a little behind on his reading. He's just now getting around to comics from the new millenium. In this show he discusses the books he's currently reading.

    22 - The Twenty-Second Time

    22 - The Twenty-Second Time

    At last, the TIME has come: Murd reacts to the first issue of Grant Morrison's New X-Men run! (A little less 'New' than it was in 2001, but no less worthy of comment!) Also, Garth Ennis takes on Spider-Man; John Ostrander breaks down the history of the Justice League; and... wait for it... the first-ever Time Bubble / Crisis Tapes crossover!! (3:10:41)

    • 3 hr 10 min
    21 - The Twenty-First Time

    21 - The Twenty-First Time

    The Time Bubble bobs back, putting an end to the lengthiest-ever lacuna in its already infamously irregular production schedule! This Time, Murd muses about the beginning of J. Michael Straczynski's Amazing Spider-Man run; the return of Hawkman in JSA; Citizen V and the V-Battalion; and a bubbly bevy of Quick Pop mini-reviews! (2:13:27)

    • 2 hr 13 min
    20 - The Twentieth Time

    20 - The Twentieth Time

    The Time Bubble is running on Mountain Time, as Murd, just returned from the Denver Comic Con, reminisces about a batch of comics he bought during his last trip to Colorado, twelve years ago! Featured are the last pre-Straczynski Spider-Man story; a few classic Bronze Age Superman tales; and some high and low points of cosmic superheroics, '90s style! (2:25:26)

    19 - The Nineteenth Time

    19 - The Nineteenth Time

    It's taken nearly six months, but the Bubble is back! From Green Arrow's Star City to Lex Luthor's White House, from the bright future of the 31st century to the dark days of World War II, listen in as Murd teases out the texture and topography of timespace. (2:12:53)

    • 2 hr 12 min
    18 - The Eighteenth Time

    18 - The Eighteenth Time

    The Time Bubble goes into full reverse, as Murd spends an entire show reviewing comics from well before 2000! The challenge of the Man-Bat! The befurring of the Beast! And the million-dollar debut of... Squirrel Girl??? Plus a double-fistful of classic Silver Age reprints, and even a few Quick Pops for good measure. (1:51:48)

    • 1 hr 51 min
    17 - The Seventeenth Time

    17 - The Seventeenth Time

    Another round of retrograde reviews! Superman returns to (pre-Crisis??) Krypton! Spider-Man revisits a chapter of his career he thought he'd closed in 1969! Bongo's Radioactive Man celebrates a 1963 milestone, a mere 38 years late! It's all happenin' in 2001, baby; come along for the ride! (1:17:54)

    • 1 hr 17 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

Ash Jason Fredrick ,

One of the best comic podcasts out there

Murd provides a great show that is entertaining. And full of information.

BionicDave ,

Murd = Unique brilliance

Honestly, I could listen to this guy read the phone book :)

Adam Murdough speaks with such charming enunciation, vocabulary and clarity that the fact that he happens to be conversing about comic books is just the awesome icing on this delicious cake of a podcast. No, it's more than that. Murd's Time Bubble is the perfect companion for anyone interested in any era of comics, and the creative process that went into making them. Murd has always been my favorite part of the regular Comic Geek Speak podcast (which is also cool, check that out too!) so listening to concentrated doses of him every now and then in podcasts such as these simply makes traffic jams and my cardio workouts seem to fly by in no time at all. I'm so happy I discovered Murd's Time Bubble :)
[and big thanks to Murd if he ever reads this]

Steve Earl ,

Just wish it came out more often

I honestly thought this was gonna bore me, one man podcasts aren't my thing (the open tomb by Eric Anderson is an exception) but I ended up loving it. Merd has the ability to pull apart and summarize vast quantities of comics quickly and entertainingly. Highly recommended.

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