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24: A Buncha ZeroesRadio Free Echo Rift Comics Podcast
In this episode of Radio Free Echo Rift we talk about DC Comics #0’s Earth 2, Animal Man, The Phantom Stranger, Batwing, and some Dial H. We also have a celebrity caller asking about Highlander and tell the tale of our run in with Transpektor Bowers after the stunt we pulled in Episode 23.
Radio Free Echo Rift is a pirate broadcast transmitted from a secret location deep beneath the city of Philadelphia. Don and Mike discuss comics, movies, and the comics that they make based on what they see in the mysterious Echo Rift. New Episodes every Wednesday and most Fridays.
Episode 24 - A Buncha Zeroes
00:36 - Intro
01:17 - Called to the Transpecktor’s Office
03:52 - Caller: Highlander with Ryan Reynolds
06:52 - Mike Loves Highlander: The Syndicated Series
08:10 - Introduction to DC Zero Issues
08:58 - Earth 2 #0 James Robinson/Tomas Giorello
13:38 - DC Comics Art Talk
15:08 - Animal Man #0 Jeff Lemire/Steve Pugh
19:34 - Mangling The Rot, The Green, and the Red
20:28 - The Phantom Stranger #0 Dan Didio/Brent Anderson
22:40 - The Phantom Stranger is…
25:48 - Batwing #0 Judd Winick/Marcus To/Ryan Winn
28:38 - Dial H for Hurry Up
29:05 - Outro
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Zeroes Week 3, or, Let's Shit on Some Female Superheroes, hm?
Another week out, and I’m again happy to report that the fridges are mostly empty this week. Out of the stable of releases this week, only two books featured fridging in any capacity: Nightwing, which compressed Dick Grayson’s classic origin story to fit the five-year Robin timeline (resulting in two deaths - Dick’s mother and father), but was actually one of the few enjoyable zero issues this week, and Red Hood and the Outlaws, which tweaked Jason Todd’s origin story, and then immediately retconned in an even more SHOCKING TWIST in the proceeding back-up! Todd’s mother got the fridge in this book, on not one, but two separate occasions!September Female Death Count: 12
So, fridging wasn’t really a problem for me this week, but the week a comic doesn’t piss me off in some way is the week I debut my stellar figure skating routine in Hell, so let’s talk about some new DC bullshit, huh?
Action Comics #0 Review
Find out about the boy who stole Superman’s cape in this flashback issue!
Ben Oliver draws the hell out of this book.
This issue gives me nothing I didn’t already know from reading the rest of the series. It’s just coloring in-between the lines exactly the way you expected it to do. Nothing big or shocking.
The back-up for this book was awful and completely unnecessary because all it did was regurgitate information that had already been presented without even bothering to try at being interesting. Not sure what happened there or what the reasoning behind it was.
Rate that shit!
This is a very thin story that offers nothing new for readers. You could skip it entirely. Still, it’s not a bad book so it’ll have to settle for a 6.5/10.