ReverseJared

ReverseJared

Name: Jared Brown

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    July 3, 2017 8:49 am Great show as always. I loved your tangent about styrofoam and had to put in my two cents. From what I have heard (I can't name a source, so read this with that in mind) paper cups (especially ones for hot drinks with the waxy coating inside) are just as bad for the environment as styrofoam: just different parts of the environment. Styrofoam doesn't decompose, so it is horrible after it is made, but paper cups cause a lot more air pollution, so they are horrible while being made. My vote is to go back to the Flintstones age and use animal bladders!
    May 30, 2017 10:01 am Conor, I am right there with you on the Justice Society of America 1992 trade. It has been on my mental wish list for quite a while, and then they teased us with a solicitation and I put it on my actual Amazon wish list. I was heartbroken when I saw it became "unavailable". Now, every time I buy something from Amazon I have to be reminded that I won't be getting it any time soon.
    May 16, 2017 10:50 am My wife and I are currently watching through Frasier and since we are in the "curly mullet" era, I'm going with that. I don't have Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, but...I'm listening.
    May 8, 2017 9:54 am Josh, I was still listening! iFanboy is the only podcast that I don't skip through ads or stop before the end, because you never know where comedy gold might be hiding.
    October 26, 2016 3:28 pm As a married man I do think it is a generalization to say that no one wants to read about married couples, but I can understand that it might not sell comics. I do agree that marrying off “single” characters is a bad idea, but for characters that have long-term relationships from the beginning I think it can work. I love reading Elongated Man and Sue stories, and Hawkman and Hawkgirl stories really hit home with me (how more romantic can you get than finding and losing the love of your life throughout time?) Do I expect everyone to agree? No, but I do think there might be a niche market for it, and I believe that in the right hands (probably someone who is married) there could be a good book about a married couple out there.
    August 7, 2016 5:16 pm I believe if you go back through the pages of the website you can listen to some of them that are embedded on the webpage.
    July 28, 2016 8:17 am And of course, on my very first comment, Spectre gets auto-corrected to Specter.
    July 27, 2016 9:12 pm Hey guys, thanks for reading my email. When I was thinking about this there were some characters that came to mind, and like Conor said, most of them are mystical or magic based: Dr. Fate, the Specter, Scarlet Witch. For most of my reading I would like to know what a character's limitations are, and watch them struggle against those. But every so often I like reading a book where I don't really know what the character is capable of. That being said, I think I will skip the Hellblazer series. If I want to know what Constantine's powers are I'll ask Josh to keep me updated.