Comics You Can Dance To is Comics Bulletin's official podcast!
Hosted by Nathaniel MacDonald and Danny Djeljosevic (that's me) and supported by various jokers and guests, Comics You Can Dance To is devoted to discussing cool comics, pop culture nonsense and hopefully introducing you to some awesome music along the way.
This week we have another special episode, where Comics Bulletin Publisher Jason Sacks chats with Scott Lobdell, former X-Men writer and current scribe of a butt-load of DC Comics: Teen Titans, Superboy and, of course, Red Hood & the Outlaws, the first issue of which was a huge point of contention when it debuted. You know why.
It's a pretty frank, engaging chat about the Red Hood controversy, how Lobdell got to write 50 DC books at the same time and there's even some talk about the "Northstar comes out" issue of Alpha Flight (he wrote that one, nevar 4get).
Listen at the player thingie below, or click here to download.
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We have a looooong chat with Dave Elliott, writer and editor of about 10,000 comics projects you might have heard about. And I think we have another bonus episode? Maybe.
There are no jump times, as the intros and outros are pretty short.
Here's the playlist for this episode!
Here's the tracklist:
- Theme song: "Rudy B" by Notable Beast
- Kid Creole & the Coconuts – "He's Not Such a Bad Guy After All"
- MEN – "Off Our Backs"
- Featured Song: The Cramps– "Bikini Girls with Machine Guns"
Find Out More About Scott Lobdell!
- Follow Scott Lobdell on Twitter at @ScottyLobdell
- Check out his DC Comics Superboy, Teen Titans and Red Hood, if you're so inclined
Tweet at me, bro:
- Jason compares booze to bloodsucking insects at @jasonsacks
- Nate has infiltrated the Nicktoons Mafia at @lentilstew
- Danny can't get his My Little Pony to evolve into DMX at @djeljosevic
- Andrew Tan makes public his donglording at @TandrewTan
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