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Episode 152 – Poop Happens

This is going to be one of those descriptions that are not very descriptive as Marty tries to catch up on editing the Radio Show for podcasting. So expect some talk about Doctor Who, maybe […]

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Episode 151 – Angry Cartoons

Dan, Marty and Adam hit the airwaves actually reviewing comics! It is so absurd at this point. Money Shot, Archie, Batman: Dark Victory and Frankenstein all get some love and attention. Adam discusses the Ghost […]

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Episode 150 – Unbelievable

Dan, Marty and Chris Ellis debut the new opening credits this special 150th episode. Long rumoured and finally delivered. But first the boys talk about the Rick Grimes’ Walking Dead movie and Topps virtual Marvel […]

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Episode 148 – La Broma Asesina

Welcome to 2020!! First episode of the decade sees Chris Ellis, Adam and Marty sit down to discuss … well … ah … comics? Being 2020 we knew Marvel would bring back Arno Stark, Iron […]

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Episode 147 – Happy Holidays

Dan, Chris and Chris sit down on this, our last Hey Kids Comics Radio Show episode of the Decade! What’s on everyone’s wish list? What have we not been reading? Is anyone watching Crisis on […]

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Episode 146 – Serve & Protect

Dan, Adam and Chris Ellis discuss their Black Friday deal, the majority of which were video discs. Chris pulls out his graded comics for a big show and tell session. Adam has been following the […]

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Episode 145 – OG Wiz Kidz

The OG crew man the mics as Marty and Chris Gilpin gush about The Mandalorian, trying to convince Dan to buy Disney +. Dan tells the final tale of Scooby-Doo at DC Comics, or is […]

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Episode 144 – Fight, Fight, Fight

Chris Gilpin, Adam and Marty start the show off with a very intellectual discussion of bra & panties wrestling. The Mandalorian is the greatest thing to happen to Star Wars fans since the Return of […]

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Episode 143 – The Hey-Team

In 1997, a crack collecting unit was sent to reading prison by a kangaroo court for a crime they didn’t commit. These men promptly escaped from a minimum-security comic shop to the Peterborough underground. Today, […]