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We recently hit 10,000 subscribers, and we wanted to feature some of your wonderful comments that have made me love doing this show week after week! We’re talking about Spider-Man trying to cash a check in full costume, the possibility of Doctor Doom being cursed by Mephisto, how Alfred Pennyworth was originally overweight, the OTHER real origin of Superman as a baby from the future, and barcodes on comics! Yes, BARCODES! Trust me, it’s a lot more interesting than you’d think.

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Should We Stop Collecting Comics? (The 90s Comic Crash)

In the 90’s, the entire comic book industry crashed because of speculators collecting comics for the sole purpose of selling them later for what they thought would be millions of dollars. So should we stop collecting comic books? While it’s unlikely that something as drastic could happen to the industry a second time, it’s still important that we learn from history so we don’t repeat it.

Scott also goes into detail about how Action Comics #1 can go for $3.2 million, but the Death of Superman only goes for a few bucks. What do you think about all of this? Let’s hear what you have to say in the comments below!

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Comic Book Characters that Need Their Own Movies
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After a week off, Scott, Chris, and Bryce sit down to discuss what comic book characters and storylines deserve their own live-action adaptations! Whether it’s a feature film, a TV show, or even just a Marvel One-Shot, there are characters out there that need love as much as Iron Man and Captain America. A few we touch on are Swamp Thing and Animal Man, Suicide Squad, Taskmaster, Batman Beyond, Moon Knight, Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, and Morbius, the Living Vampire! Scott also takes time at the end to read some of your great iTunes reviews. What comic book character do you think needs their own movie?

Comic Book Characters that Need Their Own Movies

NerdSync Podcast #11 - iTunes | StitcherYouTube

After a week off, Scott, Chris, and Bryce sit down to discuss what comic book characters and storylines deserve their own live-action adaptations! Whether it’s a feature film, a TV show, or even just a Marvel One-Shot, there are characters out there that need love as much as Iron Man and Captain America. A few we touch on are Swamp Thing and Animal Man, Suicide Squad, Taskmaster, Batman Beyond, Moon Knight, Green Lantern Kyle Rayner, and Morbius, the Living Vampire! Scott also takes time at the end to read some of your great iTunes reviews. What comic book character do you think needs their own movie?

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What Does Doctor Doom’s Face Look Like?

You guys voted, and this week’s topic is all about the Latverian ruler himself, Victor von Doom, aka Doctor Doom! He’s one of Marvel’s most well-known and threatening villains, but what does Doctor Doom look like under his mask? Is he horribly disfigured, or is he just making a big deal about a little scar? Is there some psychological disorder at play here? Let me know what you guys think!

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Was Howard the Duck Secretly Stolen from Marvel?

Howard the Duck is making a comeback in the Marvel Universe, but is he even the REAL Howard the Duck, or just a clone? What if I told you that the Master of Quack-Fu was stolen from Marvel Comics by Steve Gerber almost two decades ago! Is this switcheroo canon, or does it not count? Let us know what you think about it!

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