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The podcasts are great, but I think something needs to be done about the sound quality. When one of you guys shout, it blows out my ear drums, no matter how low I put the volume, and if I adjust for shouting, then one of your voices get drowned out. I don't know if you use speakers to hear your voices, but it would be a good idea to do a soundcheck or a playback afterward to equalize the decibel levels, that way, it sounds a bit more polished. That said, I look forward to hearing more of your podcasts, and MORE JAMES ROBINSON! Thank you.
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Hmmm...what else did Black Canary teach you, Superboy?
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Tell me, did Black Canary seem a little turned on by Super"boy"? Just wondering.
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I don't care if Uncle Ben is  alive in the  present time of the Spiderman movie. The fact is, it's MARTIN SHEEN playing uncle Ben. He's an actor with great credibility, and I don't believe that he would take on a film that is poorly written, having worked with some of the greatest film directors in Hollywood history. In fact, he may be one of the few saving graces of this unnecessary reboot.
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Fun podcast. James Robinson was all over the place! James was playing Freud on Sara "You have a problem with  threesomes," and Tony being like, "Can we get on with this, please?" It was fantastic! I think when James is around you guys should go on for freakin' hours! Screw it, man, it's too much fun to hear you guys go off on comics and then each other, or more specifically, James on Sarah, (no pun intended here ;)  
 
Also, I think James is right about Batman being great with the Inc. stuff and the Grant Morrison take. I agree that Batman is a character that is part of something bigger than simply being a brooding loner, and that ultimately he serves a greater purpose of stopping crime at all costs, including buying out parts of Lex Corp and forming Batman Inc. As the Brits woud say, "Spot on." 
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Wearing leather does NOT make you a punk or a person with an attitude. Connor was a teenager with superpowers, so he WOULD have a superiority complex: he's SUPERBOY! The clothes do not make the man, or in this case, the boy.   
 
Also I think that Martin Sheen cast as Uncle Ben is a way to put some star-power into a minor role. This has been going on for a long time. I don't agree that it's impossible for older actors to get work in Hollywood. Alan Alda, Alan Arkin, and a few others are actors in their sixties pumping out movie work all the time, and let's not forget AL F*ckin' Pacino and Bobby DeNiro!  
 
Robert Downey Jr. is an iconic star cast in iconic role and ROCKED IT! Tom Cruise just needs the right character to portray and he's rockin' it too!

  
What was up with Sara in this podcast, saying things like she gets treated like "sh*t" at comic book stores? Those guys are pretty chill, and in fact, pretty humble. Also, Tony had a hard time getting his points across, especially when Miss Thing disagreed. Sometimes she makes good points, i.e., comic-cons are too big and too hyped-up for reasons other than comics. However, Tony is a well-read person who knows a lot about comic books. If he's got something to say, let the man speak. I wanted to hear the argument Tony had to make for Batman not wearing a team uniform and all I could hear was the OTHER person yelling over him. RUDE! I can't wait for James Robinson to get back on so he can regulate! 

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Dudem that's disgusting....what is it?
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I saw one of these where Robin is asking for a fruit pie, and Batman is denying him, HARD!
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Velkumin!
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Box him in, peg him as the "Jason Todd" writer, and keep him in the dark about everything else. The anger this will unleash will create some of the best writing you can imagine for the Red Hood series. Then, when he revolts, make him  "disappear" and find another writer to carry on the Red Hood legacy. :)
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