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Amazing Spider-Talk: A Spider-Man Podcast

A Hobbies podcast featuring Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio
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Two fans and collectors (Dan Gvozden and Mark Ginocchio) discuss the Spider-Man comic book universe in a show that looks to the past, present, and future of Spider-Man.

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Absolute Carnage #1 – REVIEW (Patreon Exclusive)
Join our Patreon to hear future episodes! Hey listener, thanks for watching this latest episode of the Amazing Spider-Talk. The episode you are watching was released on our Patreon platform this week, but we thought it would be fun to let everyone listen to this episode for a couple of days before I make it exclusive to our Patreon club members once again. So, if you are listening, you are one of the lucky few who got to hear this for free. Aren’t you lucky!? On this new episode, Dan Gvozden is joined by Alan Scherstuhl to review the comic Absolute Carnage #1, as his cohost Mark Ginocchio and he do every time a new issue of Amazing Spider-Man is released. We’ll be doing a review of every issue of Absolute Carnage as they come out, with a variety of guest hosts. So, if you enjoy this conversation and want to follow along with us as we review Absolute Carnage, please consider joining our Patreon club. You’ll get a new episode each week that a new comic comes out, so you can follow our journey through Absolute Carnage, plus so much more. But here’s the deal, this is the only episode that we’ll be releasing for free and early… Anyway, we hope you consider joining our club, just check the link above to check out the Patreon, and we hope that you enjoy this discussion of Absolute Carnage #1. The post Absolute Carnage #1 – REVIEW (Patreon Exclusive) appeared first on Amazing Spider-Talk.
S03 Episode 8: The Original Clone Saga
Far out! Welcome to Season 3 of the All-New Amazing Spider-Talk podcast, where Mark and Dan will be taking a look at Spider-Man’s transition into the Bronze Age of comics. Today, Dan and Mark take a look at one of the more outlandish stories that would close out Gerry Conway’s run with a bang, shaking up the status quo of the series while closing out all the stories he wanted to tell, and would serve as inspiration for some of the most notorious Spider-Man stories decades later. That’s right, they are talking about the Clone Saga… the ORIGINAL Clone Saga! This episode was edited by Rick Coste. This week’s Patreon podcasts include a review of Absolute Carnage #1. If you’d like to follow along with our reviews as they are released, please check out our Patreon page: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page We also would love to see you become a part of our Amazing Spider-Slack community board. If you’d like to join in on our amazing conversations, click this link to get started: Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email questions to our show at amazingspidertalk@gmail.com or by clicking here. You can also call in to our voicemail hotline by leaving us a message at 9-RED-GOBLIN! You can also BUY MARK’S BOOK, 100 Things Spider-Man Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. The post S03 Episode 8: The Original Clone Saga appeared first on Amazing Spider-Talk.
Amazing Friends: Erik Larsen
On this episode of the show, Dan and Mark are joined by Spider-Man comics artist Erik Larsen who penciled Amazing Spider-Man roughly from issue 327 to 350, bringing his unique style to the book and following up his friend and collaborator Todd McFarlane. He would then succeed McFarlane again for his “The Return of the Sinister Six” in Spider-Man #18-23. Larsen helped to distinctly change the style of the webslinger’s books that we still see reflected today. Erik left Marvel to form Image Comics and created his own series Savage Dragon, which still runs today with Larsen at the creative helm, where he won an Inkwell Award for his work in 2017. But, most surprisingly, it was recently announced that Erik would be returning to Marvel this September, alongside Mark Bagley and Gerry Conway, for a special Marvel 80th Anniversary one-shot called Amazing Spider-Man: Going Big. This episode was edited by Rick Coste. This week’s Patreon podcasts include a review of Amazing Spider-Man #26/LGY #827. If you’d like to follow along with our reviews as they are released, please check out our Patreon page: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page We also would love to see you become a part of our Amazing Spider-Slack community board. If you’d like to join in on our amazing conversations, click this link to get started: Join the Amazing Spider-Slack If you love our show and want even more Spider-Man content, be sure to subscribe to the UNTOLD TALKS OF SPIDER-MAN podcast here: Subscribe to the UNTOLD TALKS OF SPIDER-MAN podcast You can email questions to our show at amazingspidertalk@gmail.com or by clicking here. You can also call in to our voicemail hotline by leaving us a message at 9-RED-GOBLIN! The show can be subscribed to by going to iTunes, our page on Stitcher, our Youtube channel, or subscribing on Google Play. Check out our Merch Store to get all kinds of spectacular Amazing Spider-Talk and Chasing Amazing gear! You can also BUY MARK’S BOOK, 100 Things Spider-Man Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. Thank you for your endless support and kindness, it is our listeners who make this such a fun podcasting experience. EXCELSIOR! The post Amazing Friends: Erik Larsen appeared first on Amazing Spider-Talk.
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Started
Jan 14th, 2014
Latest Episode
Aug 17th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
433
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About 1 hour
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