June 17, 2019
In this episode Billy and Herman discuss Marvel Comics' GHOST RIDER #1 from September '72. Our regular segments all make a return, and in case you've forgotten them, here they are:
1.Main Segment (Ghost Rider)
2. Bronze Age Brilliance and Mighty Marvel Missteps
3. Shoptalk! (Jason Aaron's Thor, War of The Realms and Doc Strange: The Flight of Bones)
4. Get off my lawn!
5. Nexus of All Reviews (MarylandBear - our 5-star iTunes reviewer gets a monicker)
So hop on your stunt cycles, whip out your demonic grimoires and get ready for a hellish ride...INTO THE WEIRD.
Intro Music by the great band SEVEN KINGDOMS, Outro music "Terry" by Twinkle. PODCAST ADDENDUM blog post can be found at www.sinkintotheweird.com.
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May 2, 2019
Billy and Herman are back with a full-fledged SPOILER-filled discussion of Avengers:ENDGAME. So if you haven't seen the movie yet, what's stopping you? We gleefully present 2 hours of witty banter and nitpicking nitpicking nitpicking. If this sounds appealing, give this episode a try! We'll love you X 3000 for it.
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Intro music 'In The Walls' by the great band Seven Kingdoms, patron of all things weird.
April 16, 2019
This ep is all about Doctor Strange in MARVEL FEATURE #4 (Sept. '72). This time around Herman is joined by Billy D from the blog Magazines & Monsters to discuss Marvel Comics' blatant rip-off of H.P. Lovecraft's Shadow Over Innsmouth with a version they decided to call "The Spawn of Sligguth!" Catchy, no? In this episode we also bid farewell to Into The Weird founder and podcasting legend Grant Richter, a friend who we will miss dearly.
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and remember to check out Billy's blog at www.magazinesandmonsters.com
Intro music for this episode is, as always, provided by the great band Seven Kingdoms, patron of all things weird.
February 20, 2019
Grant and Herman are back! And as expected they've prepared a delectable feast for your ravenous Marvel-starved ears, weird listeners. This week the discussions center once again around our favorite living vampire, Doctor Michael "Mad Bat" Morbius, as he hits L.A! We also talk about Doctor Strange #400, Marvel-Two-In-One (2018), and (drum roll) the Savage Avengers. Blood will spill, dear listeners, so hold on to your stomachs as we dive headlong...INTO THE WEIRD.
IF you are so inclined, please stalk us on twitter @darklongbox and @StormChaser2162. You can also check out the blog at www.sinkintotheweird.com where you can find the PODCAST ADDENDUM post with some images discussed during this week's episode => https://sinkintotheweird.com/2019/02/21/podcast-addendum-episode-6-satanic-cheesecake/
Intro song "In The Walls" by the great band Seven Kingdoms, premiere patron of all things WEIRD.
December 5, 2018
Grant and Herman are back with a brand new episode of INTO THE WEIRD, a podcast dedicated to exploring the weirdest corners of the Bronze Age Marvel Comics Universe. This time around we discuss Doctor Strange's Marvel Premiere debut in MARVEL PREMIERE #3. Weird shenanigans ensue! Follow us on twitter @IntoWeird or check out the blog at www.sinkintotheweird.com
Intro Music supplied by our patrons, the band Seven Kingdoms. Outro music "I Can't Stand The Rain" by Ann Peebles.
September 3, 2018
After a month-long hiatus, INTO THE WEIRD Episode 4 has finally been unearthed. Join Grant and Herman as they delve once again into the Bronze Age vaults of Marvel Weirdness. This episode features Amazing Spider-Man #101 and 102, the very first appearance of MORBIUS, The Living Vampire! You're probably saying to yourself at this point: "Hell! It doesn't get much weirder than a 'living' vampire!" You would be WRONG! There's also... ENZYMES!
The hosts would love to hear from you. Please send any and all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org, and check out the blog at www.sinkintotheweird.com
Intro music "In The Walls" used with the permission of the band Seven Kingdoms, patrons of the Weird. Outro Song "Chancellor" by Gordon Downie.
July 16, 2018
In Into The Weird Episode 3 Grant and Herman proudly present THE REDEMPTION OF ROY THOMAS as we look at Marvel Feature #1 from Dec. 1971, as well as the introduction of [insert phallic joke here] in Savage Tales #1 from May 1971. It's a merry marvel mash-up of weirdness as things get...well, weird. Listen to us. You won't be disappointed. Feedback can be sent to email@example.com, and check out the blog a www.sinkintotheweird.com
Intro Music by Seven Kingdoms, best metal band in the galaxy.
June 26, 2018
In this episode Grant and Herman wrap up the silver age adventures of Doctor Stephen Strange, heralding the BRONZE AGE OF WEIRD. Highlights include the introduction of The Sons of Satannish and The Nameless One, which lead us unwittingly into some decidedly Lovecraftian territory. We also (briefly) look at Marvel's new Doctor Strange #1 from Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz. Follow us on twitter @IAmGrantRichter and @darklongbox, send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or check out the blog: www.sinkintotheweird.com Positive iTunes reviews are always welcome! (For you negative nellys, may the Flames of The Faltine sear your souls, and may Shuma-Gorath feast upon your sweetmeats) Intro music 'In The Walls' by Seven Kingdoms https://www.spirit-of-metal.com/en/band/Seven_Kingdoms
June 8, 2018
This is it! The inaugural episode of INTO THE WEIRD, a podcast exploring the merry madness of BRONZE AGE MARVEL. Join hosts Grant and Herman as they cast their cognitive nets back to the very beginning of the weirdness, to the genesis of crazy - the late LATE silver age, where a certain Sorceror Supreme reigned, well...SUPREME. Feedback can be sent to email@example.com. Also, if time and Dormammu permits it, check out our blog at www.sinkintotheweird.com
Intro Song IN THE WALLS generously provided by the amazing band Seven Kingdoms, patrons of all things weird.