238 episodes

This is the home feed for geek-centric, often foul-mouthed, funny shows hosted by Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine and Mister Fixit.The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast, covering the stars of comic books, film, television and animation in irreverent fashion.The Marvel Handbook Podcast, a multitude of hosts covering entries fromThe Official Handbook of the Marvel UniverseThe Spawnometer, a history of Image Comics and indexing show of their flagship anti-hero, Todd McFarlane'sSpawnOne Song Each, where each hosts offers a tune and anecdotes.B.O.N.D.I.N.G. Agents:, the father & son sci-spy podcast.Buck F'n Rogerson the 40th Anniversary of the TV show.ZombiCast: Duration of Dawn of the Dead:, movoes-by-minute of George A. Romero's horror classicDC Special, our very occasional and half-hearted DC version of The Marvel Super Heroes Podcastrolled spine special, our extremely random, stream of consciousness conversation show involving music, film, and general arts and opinions.The Under Guides Graphic Novel Podcast, where we look at independent, alternative, often creator-owned comics from outside the mainstreamComic Reader Résumé, Frank's biography through a history of regular comic purchases.The Coming Thing: An Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. PodcastContact us:Twitter:@rolledspineEmail:rolledspinepodcasts@gmail.comBlog:Rolled Spine Podcasts

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    • 4.5, 15 Ratings

This is the home feed for geek-centric, often foul-mouthed, funny shows hosted by Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine and Mister Fixit.The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast, covering the stars of comic books, film, television and animation in irreverent fashion.The Marvel Handbook Podcast, a multitude of hosts covering entries fromThe Official Handbook of the Marvel UniverseThe Spawnometer, a history of Image Comics and indexing show of their flagship anti-hero, Todd McFarlane'sSpawnOne Song Each, where each hosts offers a tune and anecdotes.B.O.N.D.I.N.G. Agents:, the father & son sci-spy podcast.Buck F'n Rogerson the 40th Anniversary of the TV show.ZombiCast: Duration of Dawn of the Dead:, movoes-by-minute of George A. Romero's horror classicDC Special, our very occasional and half-hearted DC version of The Marvel Super Heroes Podcastrolled spine special, our extremely random, stream of consciousness conversation show involving music, film, and general arts and opinions.The Under Guides Graphic Novel Podcast, where we look at independent, alternative, often creator-owned comics from outside the mainstreamComic Reader Résumé, Frank's biography through a history of regular comic purchases.The Coming Thing: An Adventures of Brisco County, Jr. PodcastContact us:Twitter:@rolledspineEmail:rolledspinepodcasts@gmail.comBlog:Rolled Spine Podcasts

    One Song Each (Side A, Track 13)

    One Song Each (Side A, Track 13)

    On our music & memories show, co-hosts Diabolu Frank, Ill Mac, & Joe Fixit each select a song to discuss, relating facts about its release, its meaning, and how it relates to them anecdotally.
    Track Listing
    “Desperate Guys” from the 2004 album Wet From Birth by The Faint“Deadweight” from the 1997 soundtrack A Life Less Ordinary featuring Beck“Brackish” from the 2000 album Spit by KittieArtists: Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine, Mister Fixit
    Label: Rolled Spine Podcasts
    Format: MP3 Digital Download/Streaming
    Country: USA
    Released: 12 August 2020
    Genre: Electro/Synth-pop, Alternative Rock, Nü-Metal
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    • 42 min
    Spawnometer 0:0:2:5: Image Zero

    Spawnometer 0:0:2:5: Image Zero

    Spawn #25 & Image Zero #0 & Image X-Month & Operation: Urban Storm & Shadowhawk: Out of the Shadows & The Savage Dragon: Baptism of Fire
    Listener Discretion Advised
    Spawn #25
    by Todd McFarlane & Marc Silvestri & Matt Banning & Billy Tan
    “Tremors”
    Dedicated To: The Spirit of Independence
    As for Joe Sakic, three days from now, his body will be found under the George Washington Bridge, with his hands and feet viciously severed. Decapitated. Even his g******s will be missing. The police will conduct a full investigation, but in the absence of anything identifiable about the body, will have to close the case of John Doe 1994-714. Such is the life of a trusted employee of Vito Gravano.
    One of the bums he knows says our hero usually hangs out in the same four block radius. I’ve mapped it out already, sir.
    God, no. Vito thinks I’M Terry.
     
    Image Zero #0
    by Rob Liefeld & Art Thibert; Jim Lee & Brandon Choi & Scott Williams; Todd McFarlane & Dan Panosian; Erik Larsen; Marc Silvestri; Jim Valentino & Christopher Ivy; and Whilce Portacio
    Extra-Image: Shadowhawk (1992)
    by Jim Valentino
    Operation: Urban Storm
    featuring Shadowhawk, Savage Dragon, & Stormwatch
    Shadowhawk #0 (1994)
    by Rob Liefeld & Karl Alstaetter & Robert Napton
    Cyberforce #8 (1994)
    by Eric Silvestri & Todd McFarlane & Greg Capullo & Mark Pennington & John Cleary
    Youngblood #9 (1994)
    by Jim Valentino & Dan Fraga
    Savage Dragon #13 (1994)
    by Jim Lee & Brandon Choi & Richard Bennett & Alex Garner & Dan Panosian & Scott Williams
    WildC.A.T.s: Covert Action Teams #14 (1994)
    by Erik Larsen
    Stupid #1 (1993)
    by Hilary Barta
    Splitting Image #1-2 (1993)
    by Don Simpson
    The Savage Dragon vs. The Savage Megaton Man #1 (1993)
    by Erik Larsen & Don Simpson
     
    Image is Everything
    Episode Art Gallery 1: Spawn/Cyberforce/ShadowhawkEpisode Art Gallery 2: Wildstorm/Savage Dragon/YoungbloodSpawning Ground
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    • 2 hr 19 min
    Comic Reader Résumé #10: Temporary Lay-Off (February-July 1984)

    Comic Reader Résumé #10: Temporary Lay-Off (February-July 1984)

    ré·su·mé [rez-oo-mey, rez-oo-mey]
    noun
    1. a summing up; summary.
    2. a brief written account of personal, educational, and professional qualifications and experience, as that prepared by an applicant for a job.
    In Comic Reader Résumé, I use Mike’s Amazing World of Comics to travel back through time via his virtual newsstand to the genesis point of my lifelong collecting of comics. From there, I can offer a “work history” of my fandom through my active purchasing of (relatively) new comic books beginning in January of 1982, when my interest in the medium went from sporadic and unformed to routine on through compulsive accumulation. To streamline the narrative and keep the subjects at least remotely contemporaneous, I will not generally be discussing what we call back issues: books bought long after their publication date. Sometimes, I will cover a book published on a given month that I picked up within a year or so that date, and I give myself an especially wide berth on this aspect in the first couple of “origins” episodes. We’ll get more rigidly on point as my memories crystallize and my “hobby” spirals out of control into the defining characteristic of my life (eventually outpacing squalor and competing neuroses.) It’s part personal biography, part industry history, and admittedly totally self-indulgent on my part.
    This episode includes Best of DC #49, Peter Parker, the Spectacular Spider-Man #91-92, Marvel Super-Heroes Secret Wars #3-7, Daredevil #209, Blue Devil #2-5, Marvel Team-Up #144 & 146, Prince Namor, the Sub-Mariner #1, Marvel Super Special #30, Micronauts: The New Voyages #1, Amazing Spider-Man #258, G.I. Joe a Real American Hero and more! Plus a look at movies from the first half of 1984…
    “Transcripts”
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    • 33 min
    [The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast] 20th Century Fox's X-Men Trilogy Twentieth Anniversary Ultimate Edition (2000)

    [The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast] 20th Century Fox's X-Men Trilogy Twentieth Anniversary Ultimate Edition (2000)

    Note: We like our language NSFW salty, and there be spoilers here…
    Face Front, True Believers! On July 14, 2000, the Marvel cinematic universe truly began with the debut of X-Men, the motion picture! For the first time since movie serials, comic book heroes were adapted to the silver screen 100% straight(?), rather than as juvenile-skewing or camp! Blade may have been the first “good” and successful Marvel movie, and it surely influenced X-Men, but this was the film that proved that the complex soap opera of modern comics could be sold to a mainstream audience! X-Men revealed that a super-team property could launch a sprawling franchise, guided in part by Kevin Feige, and paving the way for the true Marvel Cinematic Universe! It’s such a big deal, Diabolu Frank, Illegal Machine, and Mr. Fixit decided to celebrate Rolled Spine’s sixth anniversary discussing it, 2003’s X2: X-Men United and 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand in one Giant-Sized episode! Bamf! Snikt! Excelsior!
    As you can tell, we love a fierce conversation, so why don’t you socialize with us, either by leaving a comment on this page or…
    #MarvelSHPFriend us on FacebookRoll through our tumblrEmail us at rolledspinepodcasts@gmail.comTweet us as a group @rolledspine, or individually as Diabolu Frank & Illegal Machine. Fixit don’t tweet.If The Marvel Super Heroes Podcast Blogger page isn’t your bag, try the umbrella Rolled Spine Podcasts WordPress blog.

    • 2 hr 43 min
    Rolled Spine Special Nineteen: Star Trek Corona

    Rolled Spine Special Nineteen: Star Trek Corona

    Rated-imMATURE – Naughty Language and Spoilers.
    00:00:19 Outbreak/Elist Hollywood Liberal/Wrestling With Depression00:05:13 The Good Star Trek Movies / Woke Space 9 / Pilots00:12:38 COVInDer / Denial-19 / No Comics Day / 9-1100:28:28 Streaming Sloth / New Trek City / Send In The Clones (They're Already Here)00:37:05 Deja La Forge / All The Treks / Never Surrender00:45:27 Leviathan / Sam Jones00:50:48 Event Horizon / Sphere / What Deftones May Come / Lost In Translation01:01:05 Tiger King / The Hunt / Gore Vidal / Ben Shapiro01:09:47 Zombie Salò Criterion / Kevin Smith: Widowmaker 
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    • 1 hr 24 min
    Spawnometer 0:0:2:4: Bloodstrike

    Spawnometer 0:0:2:4: Bloodstrike

    Spawn #24 & Bloodstrike #1-3 (1993) & Brigade #1-3 (1993) & Bloodstrike: Brutalists #0 (2018)
    Listener Discretion Advised
    Spawn #24
    by Todd McFarlane
    “The Hunt” Part 4
    Dedicated To: Joe Sinnot
    It looks like someone burned his face off. God… waht’s this guy been through?
    Jason Wynn has become consumed with this case… He knows Fitzgerald is no traitor, but circumstances made him the logical suspect. Rather than admit his error, Wynn continues to conduct a brutal investigation.
    And… if he so much as looks at you cross-eyed, make sure his death looks like an accident. Do you read me?
     
    Bloodstrike: Brutalists #0 (2018)
    by Michel Fiffe
    Project: Born Again.
    We’re… reanimating a civilian?
    Bodyslide’s finally patched through– we’ll have to come back for Deadlock. Aw, he was just a pity recruit anyway.
     
    Bloodstrike #1-3 (1993)
    by Rob Liefeld & Dan Fraga & Eric Stephenson & & various
    It’s been a long time coming, Battlestone, but it looks like we’re finally gonna get the chance to settle our differences once and for all– brother to brother!
     
    Brigade #1-3 (1993)
    by Rob Liefeld & Marat Mychaels & Norm Rapmund & Eric Stephenson
    It’s been three months since the members of Brigade last set foot on their native earth, although as their ship silently arcs toward their base of operations in Malibu, California, it seems more like a lifetime.
    Nice shooting, Cabbot, you nailed the little bimbo right between the eyes! Precision like that almost makes me wonder why they even bother sending the rest of us on these little road trips! I mean, in these recession-stricken times, a solo act of your caliber would definitely be more cost-effective, no?
     
    Image is Everything
    Episode Art GalleryFeel The Blood… They Did.Michel Fiffe’s Bloodstrike 25th Anniversary Retrospective 
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    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

Chris @JayandBobminute ,

Must listen!

Great podcast! Check it out!

jigglebilly ,

These guys are on a roll

I've been listening to Mac, Frank, and Fix it for a couple years now I guess. My favorite thing about their podcast is you feel like you're sitting around the table shooting the bull with them. Frank's agenda would normally annoy me but they always crack me up.

Irredeemable Shag ,

Engaging Marvel Comics Podcast

If you love Marvel Comics, especially old school stories, then this podcast is for you! The hosts have a real passion and respect for the classic Marvel stories and characters, but don't pull any punches when a story fails. Always entertaining (with some NSFW language), these guys know how to engage, and sometimes infuriate, their audience. Diabolu Frank drops the knowledge; Illegal Machine antagonizes; and Mr Fix-it brings the cool. Highly recommended! Subscribe today!

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