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people always wonder if batman and daredevil are almost the same person. i say they are. both bruce and matt lost there parents when they were kids when there parents where kill by crime. and both wanted justice in there city so when they grew up they both suited up as hero's and go after crime and there bosses. but batman from gotham city and daredevil is from new york hell kitchen which is like gotham. but during the day both of them wondering what going on in there city. so as a cover matt works as lawyler so he knows who to go after. and for bruce he works for his parnets company wayne enterprises. and that where they make batman new toys. that brings me to my point people think that ben is going suck as bruce wayne/batman cause daredevil suck. i beg the differents i think ben is going be a awesome bruce wayne/batman. and he going suite up as batman for man of steel 2 and the justice league and bale is not coming back it nolan free movie. the only batman movie i will watch with bale is the dark knight with heath ledger joker that only one. but for man of steel 2 i think ben is going rock as batman and there artwork out there on what his outfit might look like for the movie.
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Trapperboy returns to give us the origins of another super hero from The Marvel universe...The Daredevil. Strictly for comic lovers. Stay tuned.
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Welcome back to Season 2 of the Culture of Comics! We will talk about last season's survey and about our facebook page's progress.
In this episode of The Culture of Comics, we will discuss:
Daredevil and Daredevil Special Events
and, as always, our "Picks of the Week"
The Culture of Comics has longer, meta discussions about themes and art in current runs of different books. It will often contain "spoilers" in current runs and "previews" of upcoming books.
The Culture of Comics is a production of AMDG Radio. All Rights are Reserved.
Christmas at the Diner is a musical celebration of the holidays. Musicians from far and wide have joined together to bring you some of their holiday originals and traditional favorites. Complete with a few holiday tidbits and of course, Momma Mary's world famous fudge, ArtSees Diner will be the place to gather and enjoy the sounds of the holidays. Our musical celebration features the music of:
Steve and Mary E.
The Andy Needham Band
Jim St. James
Todd Kessler Band
The Bishop's Daredevil Stunt Band
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Trapperboy returns to give a us some biographical information of another character in the marvel universe. Dare Devil...The man without Fear. for comic lovers only.
I unleashed sassy soaring savvy to understand and realize there is invisible ceiling in the subliminal landscapes of me and all people it is an invisible three tiered…
Illusionary pollution of my subconscious that allows encrypted etches be the kryptonite that stops my superman from being a fan allowed me to throw…
That crap in the fan to be blown to oblivion authorizing forthright might to ascend me on megastar safari of my dreams because it took me while to dial up…
My gallantry to free me of all these pilfering peons unclasps my classiness to grasp it is me that unsheathed my caballero kapish to admit write and bless…
The world with this wisdom so now without any further ado I undo my cooacious rotrustness to release my obscure fear and scared haunting arrogance feeling…
The boceans of boldness that streams through my blood exposing sassy soaring savvy sanctions me to experience as I realize I rocketed through…
The invisible ceiling shattering the clattering of my self-demising dialog realizing my endearing seer unlocked all my blocks setting frees my enterprising cockiness…
To understand me and all the people recognizing their experience seventh heaven benevolence with lance of white light shining eternity wininity to grasp…
My spirited sky-high shrewdness televises my eagle-I-zed geysers of greatness to steam this esteem eulogy to the entire world a daredevil desire to say the hell…
With turd-ocracy stepping the herd do-do untethers my rising shining sassiness unseals my gut to say I look onto the earth with unearthly wisdom…
tonight we discuss the dare devvil and spiderman movies that hit theaters years ago. I (Oscar) liked the daredevil directers cut
On our 100th show............We will take a look back with some of our past guests will call in with congrats wishes for us, and give us an update on them.....
Tonights Lineup & Times !!
8 Bay & Nick Open Show
805 – Roxy Astor
815 – Kristyn Burtt – Hollywood News Report
830 – Henry Rife
840 – Tracii Guns
850 – Samy & Amy Bouzaglo – Amy’s Baking Co
9pm – Wee Wee
910 – Mach 22
920 - Reggie Wu
930 – Robert LaSardo
940 - Bumblefoot
950 – Krissi Biasiello
10 – Rachel Lorin
1010 – Tone the CheifRocca
1030 – Diane Franklin
10:45 – Roy Wood Jr ….. MAYBE
We also talk with Kristyn Burtt with this week's Hollywood news
Plus Bay & Nick will be talking all your entertainment, news & stories
Jeff Cleary - creator of Cleary Bikes - joins us this afternoon to discuss the company's wonderful kids bikes. Far and away one of our favorite products at Interbike this year. A description of what Cleary Bikes is all about:
Cleary Bikes empower kids. A bike launches a little boy or girl into the world. He does not have to be a daredevil. When a kid pushes off on his or her bike, rides to the mailbox, the store, the park or to school, he becomes actively engaged. Not being led by the hand and blazing his own path, is independence!
Riding a bike should be fun. It certainly shouldn’t be stressful or scary. When we created Cleary Bikes we wanted to thrill kids. Riding a Cleary Bike is truly a joyful experience. They roll smoothly, they’re quiet, and they look sleek. We see our bikes as fun tools, not toys. Kids know the difference because the quality that distinguishes our bikes is evident in every facet of their construction. It can be felt in every pedal stroke.
We know these things because we have been riding bikes since we first threw a leg over the banana seat on a second-hand Huffy Dragster. We pedaled on through mountain bikes, road bikes, cross bikes, time trial bikes - and then bikes for our kids. And that's when it became clear the kids needed something better.
We're back this week with an all new episode and a guest!
I invited good friend and fellow comic book artist Phil Buck to the show and we'll be discussing the new Deadpool movie and the catch 22 that comes with animation and unions and all that Jazz.
plus, some one will prolly say penis and Kai will Zach Synder to go fuck himself (she has trouble letting things go.)
What risks have you taken in your life? What challenges have you met face-up? Have you climbed any mountains? Have you dog-sled across frozen terrains a thousand miles long? Have you embraced getting a tatoo-THINK BEFORE YOU INK!
Have you heard about DareDevil Seniors-from London, Seniors spinning on benches, swinging from metal bars and balancing off raised edges-all elements of a DareDevil Discipline known as 'PARKOUR.'
Are you ready, introducing 'FREE DIVING,' a sport where competitors plunge, sometimes lashed to weighted sleds, hundreds of feet below the Ocean's surface without supplemental air, no oxygen tanks, nada.
Mountain climbing clubs...etc.
Learn about PARKOUR...etc
FREE DIVING-balancing underwater...etc.
Greetings to our stalwart listenership and the ever expanding Afronerd Radio universe! It appears that it's time to revisit our popular Grindhouse Mashup/Mixtape (The Comic Shoppe+Afronerd Radio) show airing this Saturday at 6pm. Join Daryll B., Capt. Kirk and Dburt as they unravel the following pop, pulp and political issues for the week: Daryll briefly weighs in on the Atlanta sports franchise(s) scandals in addition to the Ray Rice scandal; more comic book IPs are getting greenlighted for TV-Supergirl and Titans are forthcoming; and in zombie news, The Walking Dead gets a spinoff show (what, no comic, first?) and Syfy's Z Nation premieres; The Root and "Black Twitter" slam a recent Vogue piece highlighting large female posteriors as a "White" phenomenon; famed jazz saxophonist, Kenny G appears to have gotten the last laugh relating to his critics (just look at his stock portfolio); Dburt continues highlighting the success of a fellow "afronerd" and Youtube sensation, Marques Brownlee; courtesy of Comics Alliance, Marvel's editor-in-chief Axel Alonso discusses his thoughts on how he envisions comic industry’s treatment of female characters as well as his own diversity initiatives; the new Destiny video game has a strong 500m shipped debut and time constraints notwithstanding, the crew scans the globe in more "acting White" news stories (this is still happening?). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620. Imperius rex, minstrels!