Spider-Man’s next major story arc is set to hit this March with Amazing Spider-Man # 797. The storyline is entitled “Go Down Swinging” and features the Green Goblin and the new Red Goblin. So all you Spidey fans get ready for the ride. For those that like collected editions don’t worry it will eventually hit in a collected graphic novel, you’ll just have to wait a bit. Thanks to Marvel’s YouTube channel for the trailer:
From the first word on Ovtlier’s new single, “Break”, you are in for a pulse pounding ride. Ovtlier has recently released their EP What Doesn’t Kill You and “Break” is a new single from the EP that they are sharing with our listeners. Heavy metal fans are in for a treat with this single. It grabs you from the beginning and doesn’t let go until it is done with you. If their EP is anything like this you’ll want to get it for your collection. Can’t wait to hear what else they have on it myself. Here’s Ovtlier’s “Break” through SoundCloud for all to get their day’s energy boost – Richard
Sayantani DasGupta’s The Serpent’s Secret, the first book in her Kiranmala and the Kingdom Beyond series looks to be an interesting Young Adult title coming out this February from Scholastic. So if you are looking to start a new series this year you might give this one a try. Thanks to Scholastic’s YouTube channel for the trailer:
Chloe Bodur is sharing with our listeners her single “Glory”. Chloe has a nice alto sound which glides through this Jazz/Soul infused single. “Glory” starts out with instrumentals until the 30 second mark and then Chloe comes in with the vocals. Within the instrumentals an electric guitar is used to give this single a little of an electronic sound, but once the vocals hit you know your in for a smooth ride. Check out Chloe Budor’s single “Glory” through SoundCloud – Richard:
We get another entry into the film industry from a novel. This time it is an adaptation from Philip Reeves novel Mortal Engines. This is the first of a trilogy that Reeves has wrote and looks to be a very nice looking steam punk/post apocalyptic thriller. Here’s the trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
In this episode the ComicPop Crew has the pleasure of listening to Polly Baker’s EP. Polly gives us a fun EP with her Country/Pop stylings. So join us as we discuss Polly Baker’s self-titled EP. Thanks to Samuel Morris, of Koral & Young Group, for their continued support.
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What we reviewed in this episode:
Polly Baker EP, Polly Baker, 2016.
Music clips used in this episode:
“Be Like This”, Polly Baker EP, Polly Baker, 2016.
The listeners of ComicPop Library get an after Christmas present from The Captain’s Son, with the premiere for their single “Aloha Love”!
The group has been hard at work this holiday season putting on the finishing touches of their newest single and our listeners to get the first chance to enjoy it. Now that “Aloha Love” has been lovingly crafted it is ready to be received by the world.
With The Captain’s Son I get to enjoy several sounds that has influenced them and this one is no different. “Aloha Love” takes us back in the day again, which I love, and as the single’s title suggests the band pays homage to the Jan & Dean/Beach Boys sound. One of my first concerts as a teenager that my parents took me to, and this was back in the mid to late 1980’s I’m not quite that old yet, was to a Beach Boys concert. The Captain’s Son, with their heavy guitar strumming, took me back to that concert experience and when I fell in love with the Beach Sound.
I really enjoy The Captain’s Son and can’t wait to hear what they will gift us with next. Until then enjoy this late Christmas present, “Aloha Love”, through The Captain’s Son’s SoundCloud page – Richard:
You can pick up “Aloha Single here to add to your music library:
IDW Publishing has introduced a new Snake Eyes to the world of G. I. Joe and readers. The story is written by, long time G. I. Joe scribe, Larry Hama with art by Netho Diaz, who also did the cover art that we have pictured. The story takes the memories of Snake Eyes and implants them into a different person. Now remember G. I. Joe, even though is in a fairly present day setting, still uses fantastical storytelling, so just enjoy and have fun with it. The story lines runs through issue #246 – #250, of G. I. Joe: A Real American Hero, and will be collected afterwards by IDW for libraries and those that like collected editions rather than issues. Here’s the trailer from IDW’s YouTube channel:
As part of Tatsunoko Production’s 55th Anniversary this year they produced an Inini-T Force anime series and film, part of the Gatchaman franchise. AnimeNews Network has reported that Viz Media has picked up the distribution rights for both so hopefully we’ll see them here in the North American market. The trailer below is for Inini-T Force the Movie: Farewell Gatchaman My Friend. Gatchaman was my first true dive into anime so I for one am definitely looking forward to this release. Here’s the trailer from Tatsuoko’s YouTube channel:
I know it is after Christmas, but this came in from Presley Tennant and I wanted to feature it. This fits in with our last post for our Christmas podcast discussing the manga, Sweet Rein. Presley covers Ariana Grande’s “Santa Tell Me” to share the Christmas joy with everyone. Presley gives our listeners a great rendition of this single with a pure voice that shines through. The music video has a young feel to it that makes it fun to watch. It’s going to be exciting to see what other presents Presley will give listeners this next year. So take a moment after your holiday season to remember the weekend with Presley Tennant’s music video, where she covers “Santa Tell Me”, from her YouTube channel – Richard: