Remember that guy that I let read his copy of Comic Cavalcade #19 when he was drunk? He recorded part two the next morning. He had kind of a hangover, and some remorse about having bought the comic. He finishes the Flash story, and then reads a more interesting one that happens to have no superheroes in it at all.
Another crossover episode with Comics on Infinite Earths on the Retro Rocket Entertainment podcast (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/retrorocketentertainmenthotmailcom). I invite local comedian Cameron Cooper to discuss Deadpool vs. Carnage! Great stuff. Also a good intro to the concepts surrounding the Deadpool comics if you're not familiar.
Crossover episode with the "Comics on Infinite Earths" episode series at Retro Rocket Entertainment (find it on iTunes, etc). Can it be a crossover episode if only one person is on it? Let's find out. Discussing and reading a couple of those little comics that came with Masters of the Universe action figures.
This episode was a big hit when I put it up on Facebook briefly. This is an improvisation in which I accidentally get "all coked-up" and proceed to read a Robo Force mini-comic (by Ideal) to the reader while frantically trying to explain that it was the most disappointing toy of the 1980's.
Getting tired of the stories in this issue, I ask "David Goodtimes" from WBOI's Tossed Jazz Salad to fill in for me. We discover that he has a very interesting Crypt-keeper voice (that story starts around 21:00).
The second half of The Bruce Lee Story from a very special all-Bruce Lee issue of Deadly Hands of Kung Fu Magazine (1976). Afterwards I read an article about the beginnings of the merging of the martial arts industry and the stuntwork industry as "kung fu" films began their ascent to mainstream. That article may or may not be interesting, but Bruce Lee never fails to be.