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Power Records Podcast #04: Captain America!

The Power Records Podcast, Part of the Fire and Water Podcast NetworkThe fourth episode of THE POWER RECORDS PODCAST is now available! Just in time for the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier comes this bonus episode, where Rob and Chris talk about the Captain America and Falcon audio adventure “And A Phoenix Shall Arise!”

Find the fourth episode of THE POWER RECORDS PODCAST on iTunes. Each episode is released as part of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST feed. While you’re on iTunes, please drop us a review. Alternatively, you may download the podcast by right-clicking here, choosing “Save Target/Link As”, and selecting a location on your computer to save the file (23 MB).

Captain America and Falcon Power Records “And A Phoenix Shall Arise!”

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  1. Kyle Benning says:

    YAY! A Power Records Special! I love these things! This episode was so good I had to listen to it twice! I’ll be heading to Captain America The Winter Soldier tonight, what a great well timed tie-in episode!

    It surprises me how much Captain America got shafted in the 70’s, only 1 Power Record and only 1 Treasury Edition? What the hell was Marvel doing? He was one of the few characters to get a movie, let alone two movies at the time, you’d think that he must have been fairly popular, why not cash in on the sales with more Cap Power Records and Treasuries?

    And speaking of his not so great movies, those things are train wrecks but man do I love them. You can’t devote your entire attention span to them, but they’re great background entertainment when you’re around the house drawing or reading. They’re still entertaining in awfulness, almost as much so as the Dolph Lundgren Masters of the Universe and Punisher Movies, which I also own on DVD. I have yet to track down the 1990 Cap movie, I see that it’s been released on Blu-Ray, I refuse to pay $20 for it, I’m waiting for the local video rental place to list it for sale (which they do for their bum rentals) and snatch it up for $5.

    Man Cap really is a debbie downer in this adventure, definitely an odd choice for them to select the single Cap story they’re going to cover. You’d think issue #100 or #109 would’ve been a better tale to tell. This era of Cap is kind of a blindspot for me, I’ve never read this chunk of issues. My collection has a huge gap from issue #126 up to when Kirby returned to the title in issue #193. I need to go out and pick up Cap Essential 3 & 4 to rectify that.

    Another great episode guys! I can’t wait to hear what you listen to and review next!

  2. Kyle Benning says:

    Man whether it is the Power Record or the original issue, I need to track down a copy for that gorgeous Sal Buscema cover, the more I stare at it the more I want it. Sal is probably my second favorite artist of all time after John Byrne, and Cap is my second favorite hero after Superman, so all signs point to me needing to get this issue.

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