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Marvel Noise Episode 284

December 12th, 2016 Comments off

Steve, Kevin, and Andrew cover the newly solicited collected editions of classic material that caught their eyes, then take a somewhat critical look back at 2016 before getting into some recent reads and a plethora of new number 1 issues! Brought to you by Doc Samson and the Terrigen Cloud #MarvelNoise284

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Marvel Noise Episode 280

October 10th, 2016 Comments off

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Steve & Kevin hold down the fort and discuss new collected editions of classic material in this month’s Previews, new Marvel Legends figures, the state of the X-books post Secret Wars, and take a look back at the Marvel Trading Cards sets of the 1990’s! Enjoy!

 

Marvel Noise Episode 220

May 25th, 2014 Comments off

Steve, Kevin, and Andrew cover X-Men 11-19 (MMW vol.2) and are interrupted by tornado warning! Our host discusses various books including the Avengers titles.

Marvel Noise Episode 215

March 16th, 2014 Comments off

Steve is joined by Kevin and Andrew where they talk about X-Men in the form of Marvel Masterworks and our host gives his feelings (because “thoughts” is being generous) on The Trial of Jean Grey.

Marvel Noise Episode 209

December 23rd, 2013 Comments off

Andrew, Kevin, and Phil finally finish a long journey as they wrap up talking about the first year of Thunderbolts history! Rick returns with Smash Tales! And Steve and Tom and Kevin (again) round up 2013! Our host rambles on about the Thunderbolts Annual, Superior Spider-Man, and All-New X-Men

Marvel Noise Episode 188

February 10th, 2013 Comments off

On tap is some All-New X-Men before another great installment of Fantastic Foursights.

Marvel Noise Episode 186

January 6th, 2013 Comments off

Derek returns with his question and Steve sits down with Andrew and Kevin to talk about Doctor Octopus while our host touches on Captain America, Cable and X-Force, Avengers, All-New X-Men, Avenging Spider-Man, and New Avengers.

Audacity thought it would be neat to ignore my headset mic. What you hear (if you decide to) is me through my laptop’s mic.