PCN – Super-Fly Podcast Episode 31

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Programing Note: The Super-Fly Podcast will be uploaded on Mondays from now on instead of Tuesdays. Adjust your schedules accordingly.

Episode 31 begins the second season of the Super-Fly Podcast and we’re back to Super-Fly Classic. With Tad back on the show from his relocation to Chi-Town and the triumphant return of Art Czar Zane Reichert, we jump right back into the madness. This week, we talk about Diamond closing their West Coast warehouse and the effects it could have on the comic industry, the good and the bad stuff on the VGAs, why comic sales have been going down over the last few months and rounding it out with comic talk. It’s classic Super-Fly!

We also get into ranking the Superman movies, debating orders people make from AOL, time warps and space hams, the whereabouts of Toto, the equalizing qualities of Cannibal Corpse, Tony writes a haiku about Limbo, (sort of) Jared loves Prototype 2, (not really) why Optimus Prime is getting shot in the junk, Steve Jobs selling us all the same thing over and over, daring AMC to make a Crossed TV show and which one of us doesn’t like Stan Lee. And parasite frogs………parasite frogs, son.

The Super-Fly Podcast: You can’t paint with a hammer.

Opening music – The Theme to ‘Welcome Back, Kotter’

Closing music – Adam Warrock – ‘Wonder Man’

Note: This and every PoP!-Cast is earmarked by iTunes as “explicit” and is intended for mature audiences. The rest of Panels on Pages is reasonably safe for all-ages.

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Jared Whittaker is a contributing writer/columnist for PanelsOnPages.com. He acts as co-host and producer for the Super-Fly Podcast and PCW. He lives in Yellow Springs, OH and is generally awesome at most things.

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