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Episode 7 of FIRESTORM FAN and AQUAMAN SHRINE Podcast!

Firestorm and Aquaman - The Fire and Water PodcastThe seventh episode of THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is now available for your listening pleasure! THE FIRE AND WATER PODCAST is the official podcast of FIRESTORM FAN and THE AQUAMAN SHRINE. This time around we cover: “Crisis on Earth-Prime”, fellow JLA bloggers, and more Listener Feedback!

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Thanks again to my co-host Rob Kelly, Sea King of THE AQUAMAN SHRINE, for doing all the post-production on these episodes! Additionally, special thanks to Daniel Adams and his band The Bad Mamma Jammas for our super-cool outro theme!

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  1. rob! says:

    This episode has generated the least amount of comments of any episode so far. That must be because its so awesome there’s nothing to add.

    Yeah, that’s it.

  2. Luke says:

    Shag, I am not sure if my explanation of the Redheaded Girl Super Team-Up was confusing, or if the presence of that many hot redheads simply shorted out your higher brain functions. For the interest of other FWP listeners, here is my comment:

    On episode 5 Rob and Shag discussed the idea of Mera, Hawkgirl, and Cinnamon teaming up. My response was that Cinnamon is a past life of Hawkgirl! Both Cinnamon and Shiera Hall-nee-Saunders are reincarnations of the Egpytian Princess Chay-era (much like both Cinnamon’s partner Nighthawk and Carter Hall are reincarnations of Prince Khufu). So two-thirds of the Hot Redheads League would techincally be the same person.

    Hope this is as clear in words as it is in my head…

  3. Frank says:

    1) “In the butt, Bob!”
    2) Not only do I own and wear those hideously gaudy DC pajama bottoms often and occasionally in public, but I even posted about it. We’re living sad little loves.
    3) One of the great crimes of the Bronze Age was stuff like George Perez covers over Don Heck interiors. “Hey kid—you want some bubble gum? Curry-flavored bubble gum?”
    4) “Put your arm around me Firestorm, I need some holdin’?” That was Gerry Conway’s contribution.
    5) Does Prince Adam like girls? I never really gave it much thought, but He-Man had an awfully close relationship with his sister and no girlfriends that come to mind. “Tickle Me Mustache Man-At-Arms?”
    6) Stupid Americans: Zombie FDR > Zombie Reagan. By a double digit factor. Especially in a great recession.
    7) “St-ASS-sis,” Rob? We’ve found your “nuclear.”
    8) That JLA roll call song? Metamorpho? Plastic Man? And someone get Wonder “Woman” a throat lozenge.
    9) Damn it, you had to mention the ”DC Challenge” crossover? Second and last even? You really want to see me cry, don’t you? That remains my blogging Waterloo… my Secret Wars II.
    10) You know what would make a great crossover, Shag? Especially compared to the DC Challenge, Shag? Just copying and pasting some embed code off YouTube, Shag. It’s the microwave dinner of crossovers, Shag…
    11) Progenitors? Sexy! Do we get out own adjectives? The Irascible Frank?
    12) I feel bad about the JLD getting press when most of this year has been the Vixen and Aquaman Show (redundant much?) More Gypsy in 2012! Hear that, Rob? More GYPsssYYY!!!!!
    13) You know what else is sexy? Hyphens! Can’t get enough of my hyphens!
    14) I really prefer the “off-brand” Wonder Women, like Sekowsky in the ‘60s and Messner-Loebs in the ‘90s. I haven’t had time to delve into that as deeply as I’d like (rimshot,) but I’m far more interested in the Diana Prince than the Princess Diana, and I think the lack of one really handicaps the other.
    15) I’m totally going to cover “Bloodlines” more on DC Bloodlines. That title is a great way to lower expectations, so I can get away with anything. Two weeks of art and link posts? DC Bloodlines, dude. Riiight.
    16) New 52: The Conglomerate #1!
    17) Is it okay to call Luke by his last name? I’ve always worried about that and obscure it.
    18) If the Girls Gone Geek listened to the podcast, that’s two at least.
    19) Between all those blogs, you may have namechecked your entire audience.
    20) Comics Make Me Happy? That’s three…
    21) Rob doesn’t get to demean the JLD and defend Batman and the Outsiders. You know that Outsiders blog? No, you do not. I have a Bloodlines blog, and even I look down my nose at the Outsiders. It’s that Batman comic with the crappy supporting cast and wretched villains. Their greatest foe was Kobra. Ambush Bug beat Kobra, Rob.
    22) Dude, I missed a Challengers of the Unknown blog? Sadness is mine.
    23) I’m totally going to cover Blue Devil at Bloodlines. Sorry, Shag.
    24) For the record, I was a Marvel Zombie in the ‘80s, primarily X-Men, Captain America and Daredevil.
    25) Brave & The Bold: The Lost Issues must be hell. It takes me hours and hours to do my very occasional fanfic “Manhunter from Mars” issues. Doing that on a regular basis must be the entirety of that guy’s spare time.
    26) You got …nurgh… in. Kudos, sir.
    27) If I support Ace Kilroy, and it supports the podcast, at some point does it make its way to the Columbian drug lords?
    28) Wasn’t that Conan moment in one of the (relatively recently released at the time) movies?
    29) Almost made it to two hours—so close!
    30) In response to Rob’s comment, things got a little “Inside Baseball.” From the unwieldy temporal/multiversal “Crisis” coverage to the endless list of other people’s blogs (including and especially mine,) it kind of seemed to get away from you guys this week. I got the impression of fatigue from your side of the broadcast, and I think it might have reached ours, as well.

  4. Luke says:

    I don’t particularly mind folks using my last name; I know Scott and Chris mention it every time I am on Two True Freaks. Not like hearing it will help you SPELL it…


  5. Frank says:

    Okay, but can I also spin your surname into some form of cheesy comeback, like “you don’t know…” Easiest way to win this argument is to break open a Who’s Who and offer dramatic readings of Outsiders entries. If there’s anyone in comics Vibe could win a fan appreciation poll against, it’s Geo-Force…

  6. Luke says:

    The other common joke is that when my name is spoken aloud, folks tend to think that I am three people.

    All this BATO talk reminds that I need to actually finish my first BATO post for Bloodlines.

  7. Frank says:

    Netty? Do you live on a plantation or something? Ah do de-clare!

    Shoot, all this BATO talk is making me want to do a compare and contrast at JLD now…

  8. Luke says:

    No no. Not “Netty,” as amusing as that sounds, but “and Eddie.”

  9. Patrick says:

    Another great show! It’s cool that, as with the new DC 52, I started out at the beginning of your podcasts, so I feel like I’m a bit of a founding member (albeit a passive, non-contributing one).

    I think it’s so cool that you took my initial suggestion of the past event/history lesson and really ran with it. Thanks!

    I also appreciated the blog acknowledgments.

  10. Shag says:

    Thanks for all the comments!

    @Luke – Thanks for the clarification on Mera, Cinnamon, and Hawkgirl. Your thoughtful … uh … umm … redheads … Mera … Cinnamon … Hawkgirl … um… where was I?

    @Frank – “Curry flavored bubblegum” BRILLIANT!
    I hear ya about the crossover. I know. We gotta get to that.
    Let me know about your Blue Devil coverage. Check this link!
    No fatigue on our part, other than it was 1am when we recorded.

    @Patrick – Thanks for the feedback! We really mean it that we want feedback! We want the listeners to be part of the show too!

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