The latest podcast, dealing with phasing characters such as Barry Allen, the Vision and Shadowcat, can be found here, on iTunes, and on Stitcher.
I apologize for not getting this out on the last Wednesday of the month as I should have. I somehow convinced myself that I had another week. In the “better late than never” category, we present the latest Comic Book Physics podcast.
The latest episode of Comic Book Physics is available here, and discusses Speedball’s kinetic field, if it can work, and possibly how it would work.
In this month’s chapter, we study the emotional spectrum and its ability to power rings, staffs, etc. in the DC Comics Universe.
The latest podcast in the Comic Book Series deals with Firestorm’s transmutation abilities. The current list of topic suggestions can be found here, and new ideas can be submitted via email to [email protected]. You can also listen automatically through the RSS feeds for this series only or all podcasts, via iTunes links for just this show or all of our podcasts, or (as of this week) Stitcher feeds for just this series or all of our shows.
This month’s entry into Comic Book Physics is really more Comic Book Biology, and specifically examines mutations and evolution. Feedback, as always, can be sent to [email protected]. Suggestions can be found here, and additions to that list can be mailed to the same email address as above. Finally, this podcast now appears in the iTunes store.
The latest chapter in Comic Book Physics takes a look at the Hulk, his mode of transport, and what that tells us about his strength. You can listen to it here.
The latest episode of the Comic Book Physics podcast is available here.
The new Comic Book Physics podcast is live and will be released on the last Wednesday of every month. The first two chapters in the above linked RSS feed were released as part of Comic Book Podcast Pilot Season last year, and the third part is available here. This is in the existing Bureau 42 Master Audio Feed as well as the iTunes store listing for the master feed. A dedicated iTunes feed for this podcast will be available in the not too distant future.