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"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

08:12 min | 2 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"When but once the believe that in another timeline he could have loved them. All that you don't know how families margie you money. He's gonna kobe. Meru bitch always going to have a star trek reference. I love the starter in honor of james kirk. Finally actually making the space. But you know shout out to the real. Mvp actual astronaut in space before they were on star trek saying exactly yes but never taken him into space to be there. He's ninety. i know you're gonna die. That was kind of like one of those things. That's what i'm saying. Can you imagine getting other than that. I wanted to say. I don't want to bed down with you people mine. They're basil's outta who had the biggest complaint this week George decay or charlie usher george. I don't talk about it yesterday. I was like okay towards decay in charge on that i agree with joyce today mean can you imagine if you do. I need justice for captain soup on no only going out of he died up there. I mean there are. Some people would have been mad at other people like yes. Kirk died in space to pay plant. They should've ashes into space when he does. I think that that would be fitting. I said man. I mean i want actually to. I mean i know shatner's you know. Kirk and everything. He started the whole thing. But i'm like. Why didn't you get patrick. Stewart up there to sit in the chair and go engage actually doesn't like basil's anyway we'll come on the rest of the mill anything for shack over. We all know what charlie was saying. It's like you know more the sweet nepad for all these rich people to buy tickets on the thing. it's like. Hey michael up with a celebrity Made all these star. Trek people were lining up. It's like okay well. After finally being thrust into the into the time stream matt rider becomes imbued power. I bet you do. But he become the wave rider. Look it's the most about is so yes time. Travel will cheap kids. That's why loophole watches all this porn. The master time travel. You're telling secrets using his newfound abilities to travel time determine for himself which of earth's heroes will become monarch in the hopes that he might prevent his own terrible future. All right louis that the greenland has got gardner. That is my one but it was of the time. So it's fine the goddaughter. They'll she'll be little hope either. Slander all said gardner. That's five or a remember those that three pack of puncos you were you send feedback for the other like a week or two though will was like he's like i might have to pick off. They don't hold their value that a greenland leonard. So you know jon stewart. One is like thirty dollars everywhere. I look is it green lamer you. We're still waiting for the quasar figure to hit america. I mean it's canada. It's over in the uk everywhere else. Give you go on ebay. You can't get like the quasar figure for less than like with shipping and everything like forty or fifty bucks really I mean they probably don't wanna pay for shipping. I dunno might even be in australia before here. I'm like what the hell well. They know what their market was. Apparently quasar wasn't american thing. Come on what penzone. America product own. Yeah that happened exactly all right. We get to the superman annual. Actually you this. Our kids Super yes superman. Annual three may again may nineteen ninety-one execution two thousand and one arcades in this installment of mcginnis back for letters by the way. Oh oh that's right. Oh oh that's right. You've got a different creative team. Because this one's written by. Dan jergens kids not pencil. This is written by jergens pencil or dusty able inkers meant for inkers Terry austin john beatty dictator that ida colors glenn whitmore and yes like we'll says lederer john kerr stanza take the color gwynne. Whitmore gotta give that guy sunblock editor. Mike carlin thin forslund all right Yes execution two thousand and one town in this dominant the armageddon in two thousand and one storyline wave brighter Wave writer touches superman while while his fiancee standing legend men. I mean it's all gonna throw here mean lowest standing right there when he does it to. Would you look at this time. They're married for two seconds. Exactly yes he touches. Superman investigates a timeline in which he marries lowest lane but his happiness is short lived when mannheim of inter-gang that euro nineties full-fat kids detonates a nuclear device. That destroys metropolis. Killing his the quickest way. To make superman i know man. They been justice justice Ninety dinner gagging onto joker but are killing his wife along with all his friends. They're distraught over. the loss. Superman is comforted by lana lang. Who mary's him double l. Wwl will let never married that. Didn't work the mermaid was next. Oh by loria up. i mean. Don't even call it out in the issue too. It's like you get you get you know lowest was for love. This one was more like her convenience function our the out this. The show's all auctioned up. A is nobody till the internet at large ten years later. Superman is seen more as an aggressive enforcer of nuclear disarm arm zoo clan four head candidates working. I so so this this is like if he really went nuts in superman for me. All your new. He flew around the world destroying every nuclear weapon that he sees he had even stolen from the rich countries and donate to the third world countries. Like stealing x ray equipment from boston to donate them to vietnam. You shouldn't though really upset. Yeah i.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:26 min | 3 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Did that that story. What was gonna tie into rebirth. And i said to him. I was like you know. These stories meant a lot to me because you came out john. Ken was born the same year that my son was born so i became a father at the same time. That superman became father. Dan's cam that's all like could tell commotion he signed him. I'm sure most people talk about death of superman. i might. Nah talk about this. This like i wanted to talk about electric. Blue superman has to throw him off. You know but. I didn't have that much time. But it was a great experience and having just listened to your part of your From crisis to death and segment which has been great just kind of contextualising. More of where superman was at that time you know. Dangerous had a large role to play in the whole death. So i was like the first person that felt like. I have to send a message to about this. Was you but by signal was bad. So you're like nothing's coming through. And i'm just like i was like you would appreciate this. I seen anything but then eventually the photo. I've had the opportunity to meet dan juergens. Low a buddy of mine met him at risk on years. And i'm the my buddy and to to dan juergens. Dan recorded a video to me acknowledging that responsible for getting me in very voice still have that day and i hope to be able to meet him at some point. I you know like you said we've been talking a lot about early crying era. That have not yet made any attempt to get dan juergens on l. I actually would be receptive doing up at. But i have no idea but it's one of those things where waiting before i would even ride it through that as at people ask about that i would really want able find away at it from different angles and then there's also this someone was asking me about. Reese i gotta get to paint guy. I sort of feel like. I'm i'm really gonna wind down the long way down the road but i sort of feel like that will be one of the final step like we're in the final season of small eastern coming in way. But i would love to talk a few that you'd be like hey ten. Let's just talk booster gold. I'm certain whenever. Yeah and i mean you know and that's the thing is like you like you wanna talk about death of super. I'm really like i'm sure everyone always to you about it. And he said you wanna come out at the best question dan. How does it feel to only be asked about death superman and go but i had wanted to show you for those who can't see us. Who are listening. I found this in a comic bookstore host. The back voted out band. Superman is back. And i'm like i have nowhere to put my problem like it's so massive. I'm like posters like small like stuff. I've got from like movie theaters Other tiny posters on my ceiling numbers. I don't have anywhere for this massive poster but that was just such a cool find. It was back there all these posts Fine on mike right. Thank you no. That's a great score i got. It's got Mike carlin signature on it. You know mass produced microns you but it was still cool because took a picture on i. Facebook messenger carlin's like is this your signature. Because i wasn't sure he's yet. That's awesome a honestly you know and i appreciate the shoutout at run. Doing won't rehash all say that it has been beyond spilling do go back but the stories dot com in armed contact proceeding. This is something. I always look back death in rolling on. Is they always that love there. But now there's that us i appreciate them as stories in of the way that i didn't or it has been absolute if get that new insight into or a story that so long. It's been great. What's interesting is. I remember when death happened and it being on the news and everything and i told search where i was young comics. Were harder to find because we are military family. The only Tonsils finding was on spinner racket one of the uniform shops. My dad went to. But you know we don't always get to go with him. It wasn't like a continual time. So i'd find what i could wear. It could and you know reading death and everything later. I realized that all of that funeral is my favorite. Because it's the legacy book that talks about. What superman really meant to people and we won't go into it because your episode covers at beautifully and for those who are listening. You know the one of my questions always like will. What got you in the superman. And i'm not gonna ask him because he said it and if you want the full story go listen to his last episode. 'cause he beautifully articulates the of that moment of you know seeing the death of superman comic and what that meant him and it's a great story. I love hearing where people come from. Because a lot of times you hear on over on the other the other guy that got ears you know here like the adam west show or like batman. The animated series. Sometimes you hear. Batman eighty nine. But i feel like if you're old enough for batman eighty nine. You already knew adam west. If you're a little younger you have the animated series around the corner. Sanso po supernet finally. It's been interesting because you have to think. All the chris films that that's everyone's for me it was kind of like there's always a sense of already in. I remember having. I have it up here. The vhs of the fleischer cartoons. And that's the ones. I i remember. Oh thank you my beautiful wife. Just delivered me some hot tea here code. Ohio day air nice. I had some delicious medo soup earlier. So as chris bay year connecticut as well. Yeah it was one of those days. Like i woke up. Oh yes finally. Fallen with funny. My wife was actually. I mentioned my favorite. Falsehood is grilled groceries twain. A soup you know. that's why it's funny. Because i was gonna i was gonna make you like not that when i get home from work. I'll make some homemade chicken noodle soup. And then.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

07:37 min | 4 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"It goes back even grows the mullahs to the nineties. Long flowing supervisor So any other thoughts on this. Or i mean kind of covered half of it lasts the first tissue talk makoto. This is your desert island book. What did you think third say Go listen to raise podcasts. i dunno the the the the kind of perfil characters don't really advertise to do but at thought it was like the cyborg going into steals armor thing reminded me vermicelli ready crew. You're somewhere popping out of the water bed. Yeah dude is evil. And i didn't. I was familiar with the the whole astronaut story lying. What the guy's name was everything but really holding garage you know this kind of crystallized something for me. Rereading it relented. And was this. Entire run of his in Really underpowered will. The mongols just mongol green lantern ring is gonna eat his lunch matter if he's yellow or not like for some reason i think they felt like they had the like toned down the power levels after crisis because like even superman wasn't juggling plants after christ. Yes when wally west became in his flat he had the workup. I mean i think they became flash. His top speed was like the speed of sound or somethin'. At this point with weight on the flash slowly but steadily powering up making much much faster young And all that stuff. So yeah. I mean we're not at the grant morrison power levels of the ring. Yes we're not even close actually so now. It's it's one of those things that stood out. You look at what was happening in the latest green man series and you know the grant morrison series about what what somebody can do the ring and remember kids will remember last time with wilson. I talked to mark weighed. Probably said before but remember. He said that man is the character. The fictional character who's had those stories written about him in human history. I love that man. I knew it. Okay right we know. We know that more stories written about him than any other character. Ever load of mate superman's back from the dead. All right decision time. Where do we go. Next green lantern. Forty-seven or superman eighty-three Three so we can end with a little more green lantern since that's the the star of the podcast subject matter and logic thinking knife. We're totally agree with that. Excellent the face. You're just saying that because he read it in that order like your genius because you have got three with me boy. What an ego. May i read. I read it in the order that read it. But but i figured martin swell was give with the ego. Maniac are not any theory. Ever thank you star. Blast doing somewhere. Nice oh hey but guess. Let's go to superman eighty-three not only this. How jordan appear guy gardner. That's i kinda sassy isn't he. That's right man. Says superman eighty three november nineteen ninety three again writer pence pencil. Dan jergens encourage a rubinstein. Colorist bob larose. Lederer joke has john. Costanza editors mike. Carlin and frank patrice Title on the edge award okay. This opening scene cannot get more nineties in this. Imagine mullet superman flies in and in gotham city. Superman awaits for batman to arrive so they can go clean up. The remains of engine city. Batman simply blows off superman authors. Even say who batman is. Yeah 'cause jean paul valley. It's azriel headcovering. Because superman tak-man does does that weight. That boys should x ray vision thing. So yeah mullet. Superman talking to as at-bats. Oh my god. Can you get more nineties that heat ninety s that is so peak nineties. Batman blows off. Superman team luthor is also on. Its way to engine city to observe. It's alien technology. Actually luther just wants to figure out where to find or how to make krypton any kind of information in the engines computer in metropolis. Lois and jimmy. You're talking about morgan edges scandalous new book. While vincent edge. His father gives cat granny lecture on morality for her actions when it came to his son. Superman flies out west along. The way gives a bouquet of flowers. His mother who is giving jonathan electron good dieting. Yes because his father had a heart attack when he after he died. Luther arrives at engine city only to see that the justice league is already beat him there. Luther states has reason for saving engine city for technology and because its properties could be toxic to the ocean life. but how jordan doesn't want to hear it. Hawk roman arrives increase. He doesn't want one dumped in the ocean while heroes argue luther slipped inside the city suddenly parts of the dead city. Start to explode superman with an x ray. Vision sees a handful remaining war. War war worlders blowing apart. What's left of the city making folic a house of cards on able to keep it from falling in the ocean. The ring bear the ring. Bearing heroes detoxify the parts of the city. Oh yeah that's right. Because it's how jordan garner an alan scott and we get jade nj stay tuned. We'll get some jade here Probably in about a year while the others get the remaining aliens out. Luther is still inside almost in possession of a formula for kryptonite when supergirl takes them out of the crumbling city before they leave. Superman building memorial spire as a reminder for the heroes of the tragedy of couse city. And the next morning metropolis. Clark asked jimmy if the offer is ruben jimmy. Thrilled to have. Clark has his roommate that he crank some van. Halen.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

08:46 min | 4 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"Part of me feels like since i was reading time. If like will they were blaming character for the low sales. Yeah and it was. I mean the writing. Yeah definite like i where they just like. Oh we've run out of stuff to do. Because i mean i swear that so. I kind of what they said. They'll kill barry allen off in crisis there like oh yeah he so boring and there's like we can't there's nothing more we can do with him. It's like let's make. Wally west flash. Oh listen to this. Here's some trivia at the time of publication green lantern. Forty six was an unsolicited reign of the supermen. Tie in issue as such a quickly sold out at retail outlets and became one of the more highly sought reorder issues of nineteen ninety-three. I did not realize that s school so funny. They were probably right. Now they're probably planning on killing how often it's like. Hey look this issue. Just sorta reorder and all this so yeah so again is that what was that like. A again is a last minute thing. 'cause they said it was like a really didn't solicit it much as brain. The superman tien. I mean i guess they had already by the time this issue came out. I guess the diamond the biggest catalog or eight. Maybe he didn't forty nine already. been solicited. guess. It's two months in advance right now. What are what it said or wonderful which is like oh classified anymore you know says yes. It's been a long time on you. Yeah twenty seven years. Remember can't forgotten. Because i'm seeing thank you. You have any thoughts archie bunker no meathead proclamations from the throw there. I thought it was good. Action elliott liked reading this and then reading the traffic the other side of it. You know stuck out to me. Hel help much writing. There was in this issue you in a fight and yet he has really long mom walk running while he's fighting. Yeah but again but isn't that a character at least for one draw jones's right now because remember when he was waiting i roll with it. Only do you think that's like a thing too. Because like he was just afraid of you know having just like silent pages or you know. I don't know i mean it's because it's so different. I i feel like you look what i call the claremont selena. There's a lot of tax you know for issue but that kind of really changed. Image that a lot to showcase more are. Yeah and i think writers started to adapt lorette. Lean more on story. That left left. The story in the texts become becomes additive at that point so it is another reason where it's like member where they used to do thought balloons now at is. I don't know if it started here when they do the thoughts. It's like in a text box instead of like a were elegant thought bubble actually so. I took lettering class a while back a letter. I mean i can do it by. I'm not. I know broad sense in. I can do something this passable. But it's not really lettering lettering about graphic design and local stuff but I kind of think what led to the talking with each day. Sharp letters tremendous amount of books. Every month did One of the things that they couldn't really replicate with digital lettering. So we're on the early. We're not quite there yet. like early. two. Thousands i think is in digital lettering. An early ninety or late late nineties was in digital coloring. Maybe i'm not sure one of the reasons that one of the i think the things that really contributed to the hospital of those were believes that it's really difficult to get illustrator to do those type of balloons whereas the normal speech bubble speech bubbles of speech blowing. Those were active in illustrator. So that may have been one of the reasons but it was. It was pretty interesting. Because you're right. We switched over to cash on it. Just seems like it's the way it's never in the middle of it's always like bottom or something. Yeah i mean it could be to unisom really really influential books. You don't come out the late eighties. Look at like batman. You're one. I don't know if there were thought bubbles seattle. I think it was wasn't it. I think he was captured. I i think that's style kind of just took over. I we get the superman. Eighty-two superman eighty-two coincidentally enough one of our macarenhas picks when he did his i love raw with ray off it was the guy kind of explained in the episode that it was not not really the issue itself. But more like the Fondness for the story line and this is where it kind of all culminate Milton berle now. I at all. But it's been so long since. I actually read death superman revenge. The superman returns to grant but the identity of the superman reign of the siberian. Sorry make it rain superman. It was a was it really a big mystery. Who cyborg superman was because it was supposedly this really big. Reveal this issue we was built up to it and then it got interrupted. And they did it again. They're they're few issues before this. Yeah they went through his whole origin. Which i ca. I mean i guess for some people was just because i mean again. He was at disembodied party. Consciousness in like a little pod when he laughed and again some people might started reading with death of superman or you know the rain so you might not have been familiar with that. You know if you had never read them. It's like oh this is what happened. You know because because cyborg in what the eradicate or they had been yet previous stories. Yeah john henry. Irons was new and super boy. It has been like cloned now. This came out as a newsstand edition with normal cover. It also came out with metallic cover or a. yeah. I don't think was it foil cover. Maybe yeah might've been foil. It's metallic reform yet. some kind of like shiny. Ah yeah yeah. I go i remember. I had the i got this shiny one. I think i did too. That's right. I feel old i was i read. This one came out to me to all right. So superman eighty two also from october nineteen ninety-three back for good. Isn't it always good when you come back from the dead and depends on or universe. You're living in raider and pencil. Or dan jergens inker brett breeding. Colorist glenn whitmore letters. John costanza stanza editors frank histories and mike carlin. So yes as a as a comic book writer will. Can you imagine doing the writing and pencilling..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

07:33 min | 5 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Hello kids welcome back to another episode of the the devil. You know the daredevils podcast. So of course. I am fill. That is lowest and that time again. Another chat with our good friend. Mr dj chichester. Hello sir and low guys. How are you both have you been. Everybody will be my first question. How torri upon it terrific was i told you have to say it was terrific and it really was the mitch I've made the mistake of using another adjective to describe any scolded. Vincent it has to be terrific on brand and it was. It was great. was Pretty pretty well attended But everybody was still trying to keep some sense of Of distance and mass than conscious of of health which was good But it was as the first convention. I don calculated it over twenty years as a guest anyway. other shows is to go with to go as guest It was nice to see the people were of surprised. I was alive and around and was actually had a little monitor running with the different podcasts. Including ears you highlighted. With a qr code. People could scan in listen on south so fancy exactly But it was. It was great to see people surprise and talk about what they liked about the work in. Not so much what. They didn't like most of them seem to like things and got some really good stories out of it when guy came up and said listen. I'm not going to say that what i read about matt. Murdock daredevil. Made me want to become a lawyer. But i'm a lawyer now so so that was cool and i was right across from the weeks. Of course you know. I worked with on the my first run on daredevil so we threw stuff back and forth at each other to handle the interest. Dateable three hundred in those sort of things so it was. It was really a great a great show. I need to pace myself differently. Because by the morning of sunday i could not walk kusc Stand up z. I is in the united stand will was signing stuff and i realized at practice so i thought i thought your hand was going to be worse than your legs just from snow here. That was pretty good a little bit of tension but another legs were the concrete floor in cowboy standing up and down adds up after the time. A a gel matt you know. Take care of the thank you guys know. It was really really fun out. There might be more you know in the future be funding today. I'm going out after we finish here. Of course it's free comic book that and so check that out. So are you willing to travel for constant or i mean. This was not a big travel. This was only two hours away from four. I am But i think i'd be interested in in a little bit of travel. All depending on you know what our overall world pandemics situation is and and other things but the lockable coming up. Are you going to baltimore. Going to baltimore steve. Are you inviting me to work. Just show up and say i'm here doesn't doesn't work that way. Come on steel city in this man's like a by the lunch come on exactly sample con right now for florida. Yes adds to reframe having but you know it's clear. People are eager to be together and share. What their jazz devout Very interesting comics or cause player or whatever. It was a really palpable sense. That people were enjoying that in this clearly. From many many people's like the first thing they go on to in a long long long time a for anything let alone comments the smaller kaslo she specially with the disappearance A couple of other institutions. Your initial was I can't remember what it was called one. it was I think. I think it was the same show that was in bridgeport connecticut Several years back for transition terrific on and move up to this casino so it clearly grown in size and scale and it was very. I think reasonably sized convention. It was not small but it definitely was not wall crazy town either so good balance around to normally doing more that absolutely all right. So yes today. We're talking about something. A little different daredevil and batman eye for an eye mike copies well so so. I thought this won't be interesting just because wanted to ask you about some of the behind the scenes like what's involved in lake. I know the process for regular comics. But it's like when you get to companies together is what is it like twice that you have to talk to. To editors the run. No yeah oh yeah absolutely. I mean These things are a balancing act right because you're not only dealing with One set of editorial mandates who are dealing with two and then what are the compound the companies operating together Are they really adversarial. Are the corporate overlords warner brothers disney. At this point you know even willing to talk how to the lawyers. You know agree of what these chew. Intellectual properties are doing together. I i don't know how many of these things happen nowadays But they were. I think a little bit more available and frequent earlier on because there was a lot of editors who had been and were friends and then through different circumstances ended up at different day ended up in different companies or mike carlin who was mark rumbold's assistant at marvel would later go on to become the premier superman editor at dc for various reasons Transitioned out of out of moral Not breathing about him but that opens the door. Then i think to those amalgam comics right. And there's that whole amalgam album line. And i think in a similar way here we had a denny. O'neil who is the premier batman editor and ralph macho and i think row was danny's assistant at one point but they were certainly friends and friendly and so it became wall not just a given of saying. Hey let's do book together because there is lawyers and other things that probably had happened behind the scenes but it was a lot easier to check out and have roused a could we do something like this and denny being much more his dinner saying well. Let's talk about what's the story is that it's going to be the first thing Do we do..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

04:16 min | 5 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes & Lunatics: Sidekicks

"There might be more you know in the future be funding today. I'm going out after we finish here. Of course it's free comic book that and so he checking that out. So are you willing to travel for constant or i mean. This was not a big travel. This was probably two hours away from four. I am But i think i'd be interested in in a little bit of travel. All depending on you know what our overall world pandemics situation is and and other things but the lockable coming up. Are you going to baltimore. Going to baltimore. steve are you inviting me to work. Just show up and say i'm here doesn't doesn't work that way. Come on steel city in this man's like a by the lunch come on exactly sample con right now for florida. Yes adds to reframe having but you know it's clear. People are are eager to be together and share. What their jazz devout Know interesting comics or cause player or whatever. It was a really palpable sense. That people were enjoying that in this clearly. From many many people's like the first thing they go on to in a long long long time a for anything let alone comments the smaller flow she specially with the disappearance a couple of other institutions. Your initial was I can't remember what it was called one. it was I think. I think it was the same show that was in bridgeport connecticut Several years back for transition terrific on and move up to this casino so it clearly grown in size and scale and it was very. I think reasonably sized convention. It was not small. What it definitely was not wall crazy town either so good balance back to normally doing more that absolutely all right. So yes today. We're talking about something. A little different daredevil and batman eye for an eye mike copies well so so. I thought this won't be interesting. Just wanted to ask you about some of the behind the scenes. What's involved in lake. I know the process for regular comics. But it's like when you get to companies together is what is it like twice that you have to talk to to editors run no. Yeah oh yeah absolutely. I mean These things are a balancing act right because you're not only dealing with One set of editorial mandates who are dealing with two and then what are the compound the companies operating together Are they really adversarial. Are the corporate overlords warner brothers disney. At this point you know even willing to talk how to the lawyers. You know agree of what these chew. Intellectual properties are doing together. I i don't know how many of these things happen nowadays But they were. I think a little bit more available and frequent earlier on because there was a lot of editors who had been and were friends and then through different circumstances ended up at different day ended up in different companies or mike carlin who was mark rumbold's assistant at marvel would later go on to become the premier superman editor at dc for various reasons Transitioned out of out of moral Not breathing about him but that opens the door. Then i think to those amalgam comics right. And there's a whole amalgam album line. And i think in a similar way here we had a denny o'neil who is the premier batman editor and ralph macho. I think row was danny's assistant at one point but they were certainly friends and friendly and so it became wall not just a given of saying..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

09:06 min | 5 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"I love that. So there's one comic shop that's here that does like they're making a family kind of age like they'll have things going on so yesterday for example for free comic book day. They had a like inflatable. Like ounce house slide by me. The bike shop that sells bicycles. That's next to it. Had an obstacle course out so kids could write a bike. Obstacle course They were raising money for the children's hospital burn unit so they had the local fire and police out. They had like raffles and stuff like that for Raising money but what they also had was an all took a picture this and send it to you firemen. Who's an artist. He drew him. He was drawing on like blink. Comic book covers and raffling off. And then some of 'em he blew up in printed as Posters and. I bought three posters No that thank you. I'll take a picture so that was at pack rat comics in hilliard. Ohio and we got. Some bookstores cost players ghostbusters. Man delorean captain marvel and they had kind candy and popcorn and everything kids had a great time. And then we shot over to another comic book store on the other side of columbus because this is cool Salmon's never been there. They have a lotta cut zillah stuff and solomon love godzilla and it was hilarious. He's going through the store and he's like dad. I just there's too much counselor so much. It was hilarious. It was like he was exhausted by just how much there was. He's excited at that store was just comics. They didn't they Save a guide. Her i guess they have the items for wonder woman day early at this shop so they had like the cruiser going to do wonder woman day this year. And i haven't martin mckenna. I don't remember what it is. So she got the crown and the bracelet for that and she was having fun with brat and james talking about walking and then we also got. They had the table of free stuff. And i got this big. I mean huge poster. And i posted it on our social media that says Superman hits back. It's from right. After death of superman and in the bottom it signed by mike carlin and i even like messaged mike carlin on facebook like mike is this your signature and he replied. Yup i on. So i don't know where i'm going to put it because it's so hagan. Hardy have so much stuff in. My walls are sitting here before we started recording. I'm like okay. I'm like i'm like okay. What can move around to put this up. So right and that was awesome. And i also got a infinite frontier poster. That was how so. I wanna get that superman in frontier poster up on our comic trump. I go up. They have batman one up up to really awesome all infinite frontier. Yeah all the frontier wrap around that. They've made a poster stuff. Batman on those are all really others as six went over there they serve a year usually at should have went to a different on out of there but another shop but we every year they usually do cookies or eats up neno but with everything going on. You just made a deal ice cream shop. Ross way imprinted up little cards and full ice so everybody got a free ice cream. Some went Books brown every The cost players town. A every air guy has really awesome. Assume that he wears this year had or amer with them and a guy got a really will strain got bit cheat. She's got a one division scarlet witch osteo Dress up at cheer spider solitaire. Yeah it was on in on went through chemo. I try yachts at what What i like about the second shop was. They put out like any comic books. They had from free kabwe from any year so they had the first big shelf. Was this year's comments. And then there was two thousand nineteen and back so you could get comics four comics per show so the second shop kids and i really loaded up and they had a lot more like kitty comics Which was really nice because they also like halloween. I guess like in comments or something to it was neat. So what was it made a really enjoyable time to be able to get a bunch of comics and a variety of comments. I feel like the this year's comics was very much. They were getting the same stuff Of course find the king shark. Barks chart we were. We were looking around and my sister says our brain she on that ad baked Extreme child on county But it had no discernible rating on covered. I was looking for and finally founded on and it was I'd always like no book wasn't off on girl on girl and in the first ages there's an accident their pop open girl even the artwork. The artwork on the other cheek is our area child which he said. Yeah and ben just opened up a tight raided Ought front cover like it should bullcrap now. It's it's it's it's a big difference Big difference seller book up extreme child eric. Berry all 'em on the back. Bottom and out alan email nudity broke drawn as opposed to book. That says black lab at it is that is rated mature that is that says it onto front that insurance idle and and you know you have a bank drawn in shadow and drawn.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

The JV Sports Show

06:50 min | 7 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on The JV Sports Show

"Awesome. Okay so and i just like to say i appreciate you guys. I want to saint. Mary's high school Back in the Ap's how we have pretty good football teams at that time and Appreciated hall of fame coach pat farrell. Yakush fair. I love what you guys are doing. Oh coach lopez is coach coach lopez. So where the wrong interesting. Good stuff and So yeah we just. I just absolutely loved what you guys are doing with the kids. So thank you very much all right. You lights were on from the coach today. Daryn chapman and gentlemen thank you so much for joining us forward to kick it off the second season of thursday high school football game of the week. This year we're partnering up with the nf hfs to expand the reach. Should make for a great game and a lot of fun coach. Mike carlin from santan foothills out in east valley and coach marcelo lopez. A saint mary's graduate out in In phoenix there with the bore gates. So good luck. Gentlemen have great summer crown. Thank you very much for having us. Okay all right. So darren so let. Let's talk a little bit about tiger mountain foundation. Here tell us a little bit about the organization how it came to beat do so. The organization tiger mantra foundation came to be mostly in the south central. Los santos area actually We were on the third highest murder capital blocking sedation and we were looking for some Solutions other than just kinda getting folks to not gang bang and not get into a lot of that type of activity but but what happens when you stop and you kind of want to get into something more positive. What are the solutions. in so We started building a little pocket park in south central los angeles area And then we moved on to a point from there to here how we can take some of these vacant lots and actually turned into Even more opportunity workforce opportunity Point of entry for folks to transition and or transform their lives. How many acres are we on right here. So this project. Space of opportunity is twenty swinney anchor spaces of opportunity and there's vegetables just about on every corner of this property here. I see corn down there. As i was walking up i saw saw collard greens growed over there recognize good so it was amazing tomatoes. You got everything out here and people can come and and you know and grow vegetables in pick vegetables and and it's just a vibrant area. You were doing that. Little huddle over there with the fee as a in you notice standing over here and you start teasing me and then you were doing your huddle and getting that little rock going and you had a lot of energy going there so i have to clear one thing with you for our so in in our first when i i reached out to reintroduce myself. So yeah you called me vinnie. Nobody cosby vinnie. Anyway your second grader though What what got you back. Then i was vincenzo. And that's what my mom's still salsa to correct you. Thank you bad all right go into this anyway when we come back from the break Stick around we're going to be joined by the brand new head football coach at he'll ridge high school out in yuma. Get this darren. Jessica slaughter brand new head football coach. Doug you and and she is a heck of a coach. She's a heck of a teacher. Coaching his teaching right. If you communicate to your kids and get them to do what what you need them to do to be. Successful doesn't matter. You know what gender you are. And we're going to hear from her at should be exciting. Some of my greatest teachers were were female so It's where we're going to hear from coach slaughter when we come back from the break up with a little bit about your journey here to tiger mountain foundation. Darren joined live this morning from south phoenix here at the spaces of opera spaces. Racism opportunity Garden community garden here in south phoenix tiger mountain foundation with today's co-host host. Ceo of tiger mountain foundation. Mr darren champion and saint marks elementary. Alum we'll talk more about the fighting. Lions is mr vincent scuba. Choose a bit tens. Oh yeah oh by the way. Obama deletion Deleo love you guys at mama had that betty credible rich acts. Yes she still does. We'll be back after the break. Don't go anywhere go. Far city need social information about katie. Us am ten sixty. Try katie us. Ten sixty dot com a. K. d. us am ten sixty on twitter and facebook dot com slash katie. Us am ten sixty. I'm laurie i'm coach. Dom de a you're listening to the show on. Am since sixty katie us. Arizona or you unable to do the things you love. Do you know your daily habits could be better to enhance your quality of life. Are you suffering with chronic pain. Chronic illness can't find the right solution. That works for you. Fix body group was created. 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"mike carlin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"Get them up. Get them out of here here. Please okay if he's alive. Say though yeah you got up and you would not give in. Well would not give in my thought to myself. I'm never doing that again. But you got up you would not give in. Yeah is what i'm saying. I was different different situation. Like i was playing for something. I knew that that was my football career. This was it got up. I stood right up and wipe the dirt off of me. Cigarette butts out on that field kept moving. That's right see so you so you got a little bit enemy quickly. John rocklin. What's up. john. Hey come on guys i love you but i got a call young You know you're bluffing. You cut off your finger. I mean you wouldn't even get out of the cab when your partner was almost getting his kicks. Mike carlin like cutting off your finger iowa. John you're wrong on many points here and let me just give more accurate number one. I wasn't an in cab. An uber and it was a one of those top end. Tubers tau grab and it had tinted windows and everything else. I could sit there and watch this thing. And i didn't. I wanted to see going added on since. I want to see that the other thing by the way. It's not that. I would cut off a finger. You were asking if i was in the middle of the game and my finger. It happened to me. I could happen to running. What i what aren't writing lot didn't i. I'm sitting here telling you. Yes i would dangling i guess and he said hey guys are gonna lead the forty niners super bowl. They did say that would have been one hell of a statement. I tell you. I but still a lot of people in that. Spot would have wrapped up and added. He'll and we gotta play. I gotta go back and read exactly what it was and how that season ended if it was worth it for him and if he regrets it. I'm sure he's probably been on some radio interviews talking about that. I'm sure he has at some point. He may even have spoken to me about it. There's the peyton places on there you go about his finger. Yeah it was about running lot But he mentions that. So ronnie lott was so tuffy chopped his finger off. Here's an article on that. C is he was they in the headline ronnie law office so tough. That's kind of headline you want. Like he cut his finger off. But still anthony. Munoz has a more famous finger. Well anti muna's play with that finger to and that finger remain that way going ninety degrees to the right. Just think about that. In that game we had one guy with no finger and other guy whose finger hit a right angle on. And i had a teammate..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on KTOK

"Feeling encouraged. Our seven day average is about 48,000 cases per day. The seven day average of hospital admissions is just over 3900 and seven day average daily deaths have also declined to a new low of 400 per day at the White House briefing today. She also warned that virus mutations, air variants are a wild card. The birth rate in America is falling to another record low. Here's Rory O'Neill. Blame it on Cho over the economy or modern lifestyles. But the birth rate in the U. S is at a record low falling for the sixth consecutive year to the lowest level since 1979 another tough economic year. The CDC says the birth rate is so low, the nation is below replacement levels, meaning more people die every day in the U. S that are being born. It's unclear if birth rates will recover as the economy recovers from Cove in 19, I'm Rory O'Neil. With help from the public. The Highway Patrol says it has positively identified a man whose body was found early Sunday on a state highway northeast of one yet And Pottawatomie County. The man was 46 year old Leo Mooney. The third of more investigators say that he died of massive injuries. Exactly what happened to him is still under investigation. There was heavy fog and rain at the time the body was spotted by a passing motorist. A new legislative caucus will be dedicated to the state's fastest growing minority population. State Senator Michael Brooks of Oklahoma City today announced the new legislative Latino Caucus. He says the caucuses small but growing, probably in 2016. There was One Latino in the Legislature. And so in 2018, there were two And long. Behold, now in 2021. We have four and so so we're small, but we're mighty. He says the caucus will ensure that Latino voices are heard in the Legislature and that their needs and concerns are addressed. Governor State has signed a bill into law that creates a new tobacco products tax enforcement unit to track down tobacco products being sold illegally and Oklahoma and collect state taxes that are being paid. State Senator David Bullard of Durant says black market tobacco products have caused many problems for distributors and stores alike. He says the new law seeks to install the necessary technology to find where these products are being brought in. Illegally. There is a new state fire marshal. Here's Margot Maranto, Former Oklahoma City fire chief and US Fire administrator Keith Bryant has been appointed the new state fire marshal. State Fire Marshal Commissioner Mike Carlin says Bryant will bring the office to the next level. He says fire code enforcement investigation and public education on fire safety are the core of the agency's mission. And he says Chief Bryant will prove to advance them all in the future. Facebook is upholding former President Trump's suspension on the platform. However, its oversight board says the social media giant must reconsider the indefinite suspension. Facebook now has six months to reassess what the board called an arbitrary penalty from the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen Whether a studio Allen Samuels, Volkswagen, your friend in the car business, Sonny today with a high of 73. We have a 30% chance of rain later alot tonight of 53 tomorrow It's going to be sunny with a high of 76 Partly cloudy on Friday and high of 78 I Beth Myers, Katie, Okay..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"D u I'd love for them to do a series on Reconstruction Professor. We have Lincoln assassinated in the spring of 18 65. The vice President Andrew Johnson from Tennessee takes over any rules for four years against a reconstruction of Congress. It is full of radical Republicans what happened in that period before Grant arrives? Right, And that's really important for knowing when Grant comes onto the scene, and the thing to remember about Johnson is he was never supposed to be president. He was the Tennessee Democrat, a unionist. They put him on the ticket with Lincoln to try to have a union party ticket in 18 64 toe get loyal Democrats and he was a man of many vices. Pretty acerbic. It's It's probably true that he gave an address that at the Lincoln's second inaugural inebriated, so he's not a terribly likable figure. Then you have to understand that the Republican Party Is composed of A radical element. They were called radical Republicans who wanted the most expansive change after after the civil war. They didn't just want equal civil or natural rights for African Americans. They will push for the votes. They pushed for Jury service, and they pushed for a pretty Massive reordering of southern society by force if necessary. And what you have is a collision course because Johnson is very sympathetic to parts of the South. He wants a very lenient policy. He doesn't like a lot of the reconstruction laws being passed, sometimes over his veto by the radical Republicans in Congress. He Does intentionally a pretty poor job of enforcing the Civil Rights Act of 18 66, which became the basis for the 14th amendment and all sorts of other attempts. Congress was making the laws and Johnson was doing intentionally a pretty poor job of enforcing them, causing the South to really In some ways, reinstitute almost a shadow form of slavery at one point over the Friedman and this comes to a head after Johnson gets up on does a round of speeches around the country, basically saying that the radical Republicans are Worse than the Confederates were worst rebels trying to destroy the government. It culminates in the radical Republicans and teaching and coming one vote away from removing Johnson. And the first impeachment process in American history. And that really is part of the boiling over of the frustration of Congress over Johnson being the one executing the laws and the lager has there at during that time. And and Larry and I will always tell people we're not in a constitutional crisis, at least not according to people like Leo Strauss, unless you lose sight of your principles, and this is the closest in American history that the separation of powers comes to failing, in my view, other than the civil war, where does fail and Lincoln has toe To rule basically as commander in chief, but afterwards, they're trying to rule with the separation apart and they can't agree on anything. And so there's a massive failure of government. Yeah, And you know, it's a deeply divided country rather like now, and and I don't think we're there yet, But we approached that kind of thing here today. But it uh the point is Uh, You know, I think if you know first of all, Andrew Johnson is in is, Adam said that was he was he was an amazing guy. In some ways. He was elected the Senate, the only one ever after he was impeached and finished his prison not convicted. Finishes presidency. So this is the guy wouldn't go away. But he did really great service during the war because he stuck by the union. He's the only Southern senator, succeeding senator didn't resign. And so for that it looked great. You know, Lincoln was trying to beat A bunch of people, including general Mike Carlin and 18 64, and it was not a foregone conclusion he was going to do that. Then he gets to be president, and he's just not He personally a terrible opinions, right? He basically just wanted to let South do whatever they wanted to do. And, you know, resisted all efforts to To, you know, help the blacks to make sure they could vote to give them some land so they could farm And then he was.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Today, Sam tells me Trump without a video where he's conceded. There will be a new team in there on January. 20th trumpet earlier said that it would be a smooth transition. Uh, but your thoughts about what you saw yesterday now, Mike Carlin from New Brunswick. He was there and he sent us a bunch of pictures, which I've got an n j 115 dot com. Check out my page. He joins us now. Hey, Don't Mike Great man. How's it going? All right. So what was it like yesterday you down there? I mean, I know you want to start. I mean, when I got down, there was You know, just getting in. There was a feeling of uncertainty like you don't know what's gonna happen and you know it comes down to. I think a lot of people that would came down. They went down for Trump. But I think at the end of the day I think of every was down there too, you know, to put freedom and democracy and And really the Constitution. Did you go to the Trump Rally and then the capital or did you go straight to the capital? I went to the Trump rally first. That was our main Neil. I was my own down with a few buddies of mine. That was our main objective. Just get down there and, you know, just support him. But like I said the other day support the Constitution. I was about to go home after the after the rally. And on my way home. I'm asking a police officer Secret Service officer. How do I get? How do I get to my Georgetown Part? And next thing I know. I hear this roar coming down the street and here it comes. Trump train, right? I was like, I gotta go. I gotta follow them. I got. I can't. I can't say I didn't go. You know, It's so once in a lifetime opportunity. You've got to go. Yeah. I had to say like by the time we got there by the time the main parade got there. There was already people up on the stairs, right? You know, So there was people already there. People left the rally early. And they like I said, Like, what time I got there everything, but he was already there. They're already up there already tear gassing people. So by the time the whole trump train got there You don't go to the capital. I mean, that's that's there. They're doing their job. When you were at the Trump rally. Did he tell you to go to the capital? He said to take two take the walk and go to the capital, but he didn't say You know? Bombard it. Go inside, do all these crazy things He just said to go to the capital, and they had barricades up e. I mean, I'm sure everybody's seen the videos of where they let Just let the protesters in. There's two cops, they open up the gates. And then it just got out of control. And then it got out of control. It's it's monkey. See, monkey. Do you know, of course, when there's thousands, hundreds of thousands, maybe even a millions of people there Now we did You feel like you were in any danger while you were there? No, not at all. Never, never felt in any danger at all. Um, maybe on the way back. It was a little, you know, just kind of like that feeling in my heart, Like, okay. Just got to watch my back. Always be aware of the surrounding right. Right? How do you feel now? Having gone Well, I feel good. I I'm glad I went like I said, like, I'm always I'm always proud to. I'm always gonna back the Constitution. I'm always gonna back America on the Patriot. You know whether it's Donald Trump whether it's whoever doesn't matter who was running for office is long with their upon it. Take the American people's views. And really force it. That's what I'm always looking to support. All right, Mike, thanks for the pictures and thanks so much for coming on. Yeah, I always men always I'll talk to you soon. You got it. Thanks for calling New Jersey One on 1.5. Tony is inflaming thing under Jersey one on 1.58, Tony. I was just wanna rush a belated Happy New Year. Happy New Year, Tony. Yeah, that, too. If this is gonna happen in the first month, what's still what's the rest of the 11 months gonna be my God, Tony, you have to go to a desert island and just stay there. We're gonna go to Gilligan's Island. You Ginger was left to go to Gilligan's Island. She's younger than Pelosi. Good. If I may. Let's to prevent Trump from pardoning himself. And there was I got arrested yesterday. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know. I don't know how that's gonna work. I don't know if he would. I don't think he would, uh, that's a very good question for his Is his organism. Whatever is movement, you know, you know what? Basically again I can't believe that there are people so passionate about any politician. That they would go to these extremes. I've never seen this in my life. I remember. A year ago when he came to Wildwood. It was freezing cold in Wildwood, where there's nothing going on, and thousands of people went down and knowing they were going to see him. I've never seen anything like this. But I do, I would say good. He is. Still people still believe in his legacy. Billionaires just a gunman got rich from scratch. But they don't know the dark side that he's regardless, anything again isn't even matter. He could be the biggest crook going who I mean I can't be. Can you think of anybody I think of all the presidents we've ever had, and that's that's what's so amazing to me. Thanks Tony for the call to New Jersey one on 1.5. That you know, they just blindly go and He could have Brought this whole thing in for a landing. Contested the election. I tried Uh, form your own opinions, You know, I mean, I tried and now we go out with dignity we transfer. You know, he's finally doing it today because now he's got no choice. And he had he really had no choice from the beginning. But he could have been a smooth transition and he leaves with the legacy of the presidency. Whatever that is. When the smoke clears in four years, we know what it's going to be now. It's not gonna be the same. Because of what happened yesterday. John is in West Trenton on New Jersey. One on 1.5. Hey, John. Hey, Steve. Halfway good. How are you about what I saw yesterday? Steve, I think is the cherry on the top Three years of listening to Russian collusion listening to impeachment trials will be Listening to everything that they went after this guy, her French jail only 21st of 2000 and seven team. We broke down that escalator and they didn't let up. Agreed didn't wake up and it didn't stop. What is the government little bit? He's the most politicians and Washington Hey, changed that president out extreme. Let's be honest, John..

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"What was it like October? Is it was October here in the northeast so it was like fifty degrees a flat there it's eighty degrees. So yeah. Yeah. Just felt completely different. what else did I want to ask? You. To be the one to ask about daredevil. Batman. Go Go ahead. Yeah. Yeah. No. Problem talking about that man? How the heck. Will there Batman team sale is something I think anybody would wanNA, do right at that point there hasn't been one and So it was definitely a a nice brass rain to kind of go after I think it was It was just a conversation in an a proposal and saying, why wouldn't we want to put these two characters that have the? There's always been somewhat comparisons to them. Some of the comparisons to them I think also have to do with the fact Frank Miller you know worked on both the extraordinary work on both but they had that sense of their, they are stitched into their cities. They are they are kind of operating often at night they they play out in a more natural hard setting. So there's a lot of. That yeah. Yeah. So there there's a lot of natural qualities to that and so it was something I was leaning I think pretty hard into to to try to just get going saying, why can't we do something? Here's a proposal. Here's an idea. Here's a team At one point I had been hoping to actually reach him with the leaks weeks on that and and and. We talked a lot about that ultimately lead decided it wasn't for him at that time and it was a lot of conversations into that was an easy one to crack the code on. Just in terms of very high profile characters, especially Batman, and how do you handle him in what you do with him and so there's a lot of conversations with. Not just, Ralph Macho as the daredevil editor but then O.`Neil is the Batman editor and what do you do with these and my I guess my first. Swing of that story that got thrown out I mean by me, I mean it was just I I think. I hit send on it or facts did at that point probably. and you know almost as soon as I did it, I called Ralph and said it read it if you want but I don't like it. You know it's not it's not doing it for me the went back in and I think going back in his then when we started to find the the interesting qualities of. Angle was. Actually that that was that was the second pass Lilith that was that was discussed discovering that made the story right and and that was the piece you know to really play out platinum or interesting way. I mean on like that will. Yeah, why do you think they don't want to play ball with each other anymore do those crossover corporate atmosphere is everybody wants to? And I would imagine I mean I think there's just You know because now both our own that was done there were there were owned by corporations certainly DC was owned by Warner Brothers at that point Marvel was owned by whoever, but I think the operations were still more maybe just an inter operational and there were also a lot more people maybe there are now but there were certainly people there who knew each other had worked with each other right Danny had been at marvel, Dan Ralph, and Denny you know had worked together lot mom Markan walled and Mike Carlin you know were were. Sixties fast friends. So when they when somebody said Hey, let's do a an amalgam universe tour. Let's do you know these kind of Intercompany crossovers? It was based as much on friendships and relationships that had already existed as anything else so that that certainly would would enable that type of thing to happen a lot quicker. All right. Let's go there. You brought up the magic brought up the magic name I'm a huge fan of Mark Grunwald. The biggest regret in my life is I'll never be able to interview him yes. So you worked Mr Grunwald. I Mar. I, wish I'd worked with mark more and mark intimidated me and he should not have because he was he's a gem of was a gem of a person and very giving and and hysterical but I a person an his in his in the way he operated but I was a little bit intimidated by gnome very well, and he could be very I. Guess Stoic and in certain ways on the outside. So I was like. I I can't play in this is you know field so I didn't approach him as much as I should have learned more from him but all that said, one of the first real stories I took a swing at not a a goofy inventory story or a licensed story like here's my thunder cats idea. Was for book he had done called Solo avengers right. So these were short stories Ten page stories may be eleven page story. So it was like half a book wasn't even a full book and he I think had come up with the idea specifically to help up and comers do more work. So I was writing with woman named Margaret Clarke at that point, and we pitched this doctor druid story or eye doctor droid. If he's still around, you know sort of a doctor strange also ran and And and you know we wrote this kind of story and mark came in we were on staff. At that point, we were editors in the epic comics line and. You, know mark came in and spent an inordinate amount of time going over this eleven page story and telling us what works with doesn't work. If we WANNA take a swing at it. You know what would it wasn't going to buy the story then but if we want to go back and think about these things so to me, this was like, oh my gosh, this guy's like it you know he doesn't have to do this right So to me that was that was passion. Not just for comics, characters, even minor ones, but also for for people and So that was my my big attempt took to work with him. I got to work with him on West Coast of Andrews where I did a story with them as well and he gave us you know good guidance on that and then as the practical joker.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"90. You can call you can text us. Carlin is on K. LBJ, 10 25 with Mark and Melinda. Mike Carlin. Good morning. How you doing? Good morning to you both. How? Good morning. Hi so well, I'm calling in regarding the the unemployment. They the ugly subject of the unemployment benefit extension. And, you know, I've been listening to this. You know, for a few weeks now and Melinda, you've kind of been harsh on some of your callers that have called in saying they want that extra 600 to continue. And, well, I do agree on. I feel like the majority of those callers have actually been the younger crowd there, maybe 20. They were in the service industry. They sound like they're not may be established. I don't think we have a mortgage. Sounds like a lot of them. I haven't heard a mention kids they're supporting. So you know, I get that and I think it I think I want a handout. You know, I don't like that. On the flip side. My husband and I were I'm 53 58. We work for the same company. It's a small, family owned business. Small company provides services to trade shows and conventions. And as we know, Trey, chosen conventions can happen. So we we were furloughed. We're not completely let no were furloughed because of our our clients. They've all canceled their trade shows. Of course we're not getting any income from them. Right, Carlin, hold on hold that thought. We need to take a break, but we'll let you get to your point on wrap it up here coming up right after the news, so hang in there. Carlin, 10 26. Now it's news Radio K. L. B. J. It's.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

09:43 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"And that's why you know he didn't just bring dark side right here and he needed to also win like he needed people to join him to use that apocalypse in tech and everything to open that massive of so yeah it was it was gaining the trust of the people gaining so oh that way they would volunteer to become this and off. I mean that was this pretty pretty bad I was like it made me sad the way everybody was dead because actually the the person that they show up front the first curses volunteers Eric. His name is Eric. Yeah in the beginning. The mugging that was air in his girlfriend. That super boy saves alleyway alleyway so they show him from the beginning they show him from the beginning and they get mugged. There's nothing he can do about it and then he's the first one to volunteer and then they show him again and he is this. This robotic Solis person he doesn't even Knowledge her as his girlfriend or anything like that and then when every when it's all said and done and everybody is is free from the the cyber core there. She's the one he's the one that they focus on so he's dead so he is a through line it throughout the whole movie for that part of the story and now I mean that's just as powerful because he. He felt powerless. He wanted to step up. Aw You know NBA Zone Superhero. Because you know super boy did save him and you know and that's just goes back to really tarnishing destroying the legacy that superman had cyborg suit ran. I gaining the people's trust list of being the real superman and then basically being superman turned against him right. So we see an actor her cyborg Superman And I I'm pretty sure they don't show until after he saves the president amount one hundred percent but I'm pretty sure they don't the show until after he saves. The president is being controlled by dark side. Yes any starts communicating with dark side and seeing dark side which is a little bit of a change from the comics and the comics? He was kind of like because he was the you know he had Tony Powers and and the The bio-technical powers to be able to Possess any machine around in and and be this extraordinarily powerful being and he Forced Mongol to work for him so he was like the golf powerful back. I will in this in this version. you know. He is being controlled by dark side in. I mean I don't have a problem with it whatsoever. Because he is extremely powerful off is an extremely powerful character he took me radical who took on both steel end super boy endless coming out on top you know. And he took on the ARATU cater and Cynthia Radicati away because basically the eradicators power was running focuses. We kind of find out. He's more like a hard light hologram. Construct Aft He's not actually being in this. which is interesting across grab? He's linked in the Communist. He's phasing these energy because there's part where he's he touch a super man's corpse and body and he's like trying to like come reportable again and stuff. Yeah it always seems so more convoluted in the books right in. This version is definitely more of a protective computer cure program and and you know the computer program generated this version of him but it was still it was still powerful powerful. You know he could. He could take on super boy he could take on steel at the same time. And then Cyborg Superman you know they. He stopped him. He you put up a fight. Plenty of fights able to basically send neurotic heater on the run. So cyborg Superman is incredibly powerful all but we just know that dark side is is that much more powerful than he is and that's You know the the liberty they used to bring him a man to fit. The continuity is really awesome and I I like it because it just keeps you on your toes like he can helps spilled a historic preservation on the story and original story and an original story from an era as an adaptation. And I mean you. I can't complain too because you know Mike Carlin works for DC animation one of the heads of DC animation and he was the group editor her of you know helped develop the rain and death storyline. So if he's working on it you know what I'm saying like these cool with it. It's who the army creator kind of thing. You know. Exactly I mean and creators themselves. They will come back and be like Oh. I could have done this better. I could have done that better or you know it's like hey. How are we going to make this in fit into this? You know how we're GonNa make this large expansive thing fit into this box. Wchs exactly and side story break here real quick the whole scene. Where Lexus is? He's GONNA kill superbowl. Oh boy because it was a failed experiment and then the guy the geneticist doctor talks him out of and LEX. Like yeah. You're right. And then he fires the take doctor and let's all the other half clones out and kills is pretty.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

"All right. We are back talking now about some things that we are learning last week. We talk in your Tattoo. Yeah that was pretty today. We're going to cover another one another tattoo. Your mom will not be happening. It's it's my mom and just so in case you guys all know Steven. He's my son so so anyway you hear some of that sometimes come out when our family talk and his mom is not real happy with his tattoos but she she she likes it she likes it. That's what she's you keep telling yourself you keep it honest with a self. Keep telling you but I will say that at starbucks today. A Guy I total strangers just walked up. What does that Tattoo me? I gotta say that was cool moment some guy from la or something. Yeah he just wanted to know and you got to Winston. What is to him? It was very cool. I'll sit there and watched it. I loved it. Yeah so I'm not motivated to get a tattoo because of it but I'm just saying that was cool. Did you tell your mom that'll make better. I usually likes it already. The whatever okay all right so so i WanNa talk about what I've been reading recently. We've done a some choice. Resource Awards awards next level worship has come out with those and you can go to our website and check them out twelve different resources. Some books are music. Some are online the courses that you can check out. These are things that we believe are really valuable. An excellent and good worship the allergy very are excited about the choice resource awards but one of those is a book by Mike Harland. It's a book called Worship Essentials and I'm not GonNa get into all the details that I won't tell you to go read the book but it's really really good. Especially if you are a worship leader or a pastor now realized that everybody listening is one of those but maybe the Lord may call all you to be that one day down the road or just as a good church member that wants to support his passer passer and leaders. This'll be a good book for you. Mike. Carlin wrote it. And we've got an interview. I did hour long interview with Mike. Akai went up to his office in Nashville Dinner. An interview with him and it's a great interview. He did a got a job to explain the book. But what I WANNA point out to. You is that he's got four four parts to this book and again I won't get into the details tales of what what all these are but the first thing he says and he impacts it in the book is called till the story so the First Section about telling the story. And here's what he said Stephen Authors. There's really good. He said you can't tell a story that you don't have I think he's got a good point he said so when you're leading others in worship leading them to worship God you need to have a story of your own what do you think about that. You gotTa have a reason to leave. Then you gotta understand what you're leading wire leading them in what you're talking about. Would you agree. Yeah Yeah I mean you could get up into sing the song and his mouth words come out. But what about if he knew at the song would that mean more. I'm sure the NFC idea it's like telling somebody he uses A. I don't know if he uses this'll choice and this may be minute but he talked about this in the interview. We talked about it together. It's like telling somebody about a great restaurant but you've never been to that restaurant it's like it's like listening to somebody interviewed about parenting and they have no kids. They've never parented. They've never been to the restaurant. They have no experience. But they're talking about. Do you want someone leading you in worship this not experiencing worship. That's his point in the first part of the book you gotTa tell a story and first first of all you gotTa have a story. Yeah Okay and then you got to communicate that story well and and I WANNA get into this in a different con. Different podcast outcast. I WanNa talk about leading and influencing people engaging people from the platform. That's a different conversation. But that's what he gets into in the first part of this book telling the story communicated way that's interesting and engaging and so and so and then the second one is is make disciples and this is what I love this book and I love what might extend so much and am not learning. This is I'm being reminded of it. And I'm being encouraged by but this somehow I love that our minister has been trying to do for longtime as make disciples through through worship and and and so it's not just waiting for the teachers or the Smog Margaret leaders to do it. We all have a responsibility to help other people grow. And that's what that's what he talks about in there. So that was very encouraging to see make disciples whatever role you play. If you're the nursery workers you can you can encourage an an and some influence the parents parents and the and the teachers around you you can make an impact and and your ministry can help make disciples okay. Then the third one is engaged the body so he said and I wanna hear what you think to this but he said it's not enough just to sing to them. You want to engage them. You don't WanNa just stand up and Sing Adam. You want them to get engaged as well. Yes I think. That's this great this leadership. Yep It definitely is and and And the fact is they're going to be engaged by something if it's not you it'll be their cell phones or it'll what they've got going on tomorrow tomorrow or it'll be nice for sure you know. The Dude looks funny on the front row. Yeah I think that's super important plus it's just a it's it just shows the unification of body. That's what I love about being worship leader under about more than anything. You know. Grounded in faith with a bunch of people. You know it encourages me does. And so I think that's total diverse in thanks psalm. Thirty six says o taste and see the Lord's good idea if you've gone to that great restaurant. Don't you WanNa go tell people about that. Great restaurant of course if we if we've tasted the Lord is so to speak and in our personal tom in our daily time and we've got to know him fall in love with him. We want others to do that too. We don't want them just to set up there and watch us saying we want them to experience. His goodness experiences grace experienced the the words in the meaning of the words were singing. And I think that's the point of this book and it certainly when I believe engage the body. Don't just let them be spectators. Yeah Okay and then the fourth thing he says is a spire with purpose and say about that today is that this is so important important to not only know the songs are singing are what you're doing in your church but no why you're doing it to snow why I think there's a lot of people don't really know why they're involved with a wide with church An- and participating something stop and think. Why do you do that? And that's what he said. Aspire with purpose have reasons let people know that your purpose is to glorify the Lord yes but also engage people people and all these other things just have purpose and have a system. He talks about a system in that book worship. Essentials says how are you going to accomplish these things know how you're going to have the purpose for it and stick to it and because in the long run it will pay off love that. That's good. Yeah I think purposes so important because often whether it's it's bleeding worshiper music or something totally totally different. Someone will get into something and to a meaning whether it's hobby or career because they like it just because they enjoy it which is good. He's me you should enjoy joy it but if that is the reason the problem comes into play because inevitably one day you're gonNA wake up and you're gonNA hate it this. Is that all of this where you're going with this. But it reminds me of when he said it. You said you watched a shark tank and you saw a gallon. There that that that was that was that he was he was trying that show. Oh was is one where people bring them ideas and try to get them invest in their business ideas there and this guy brought a very unusual entrepreneurs walking in front of four four or five investors like big time invested right. And you remember what you told me though the guy yes. Yeah so this guy is. I have no idea what was in that guys head when he started that company or want so no. That doesn't relate to what I'm talking about. Oh yes he does. No wait a minute because you said is that. He said his wife working fulltime. Because somebody asked him how you support me it was that though. So that's why brought it up because he's he literally walks in and puts these awful smelling canes wants most vacant his whole his whole deal was was like was like I was about getting married now wife but she hated the way. My apartment's bill so it was like I gotta make it smell good but I wanted to still be manly. You know so. He's got Kamalia Campfire one. That smells like one. Smells like Bacon and then one. It was like a joke. Granted he knew it was stupid. But it's Molly Fart. He brings is this in and I mean the the design of the logo and the stuff at all it like something you'd see in the kids section. Yeah but anyway he was is They ask him investors ask him. How do you support yourself on this? And he's like well. My wife Works full-time made one of them. Said they just called it out like your wife works full-time while you pour four candles. Yeah all day long. And it's just I can. He's gotten somewhere not company because he's on it so we're not picking on him but the point that I'm trying to make up well if you're listening the FARC. Oh my God so what. I'm trying to make it is is is your purpose worthy of your time and investment. Because that's what guys giving a lot of time. Yeah I just think I think on the days when you wake up and you hate it if there's no deeper motive if deeper grounding then you tend to fall by the wayside don't we have of all people in the world don't we have the greatest purpose of all and that's to ultimately are again. The heart of worship Russian is to is to live a life of worship that encourages others to one or two and a great purpose of also. So so you know I was thinking about this too so that they get really like maybe the rest of us just kind of tired. Sometimes you know you can go to be discouraged. You know if you're trying to lead are the people who were going to get it. Are They GonNa follow you know do they. Are we going to be able to Iraq right. Now we're trying to raise money for the end of the year in our ministry organization. We're trying to raise funds for big for next year and you just wonder if we're GONNA be able to do that or people are GonNa get it. They GonNA support you all these questions and it can be very discouraging and what. I was reminded of his something. Paul said he said. Don't be don't don't be weary and well doing for. In time and time you will reap a harvest. If you don't give up powerful Eddie. If you don't quit don't quit just know why you doing. And that's purpose that I think going back to the book worship essentials this what he's talking about spar with purpose know Y. You're doing what you do and do it with all your mind even when you get tired sometimes you just got to remind yourself. There's a deeper purpose absolutely.

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"mike carlin" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"mike carlin" Discussed on The Heart of Worship Podcast with Dwayne Moore

"All right. We are back talking now about some things that we are learning last week. We talk in your Tattoo. Yeah that was pretty today. We're going to cover another one another tattoo. Your mom will not be happening. It's it's my mom and just so in case you guys all know Steven. He's my son so so anyway you hear some of that sometimes come out when our family talk and his mom is not real happy with his tattoos but she she she likes it she likes it. That's what she's you keep telling yourself you keep it honest with a self. Keep telling you but I will say that at starbucks today. A Guy I total strangers just walked up. What does that Tattoo me? I gotta say that was cool moment some guy from la or something. Yeah he just wanted to know and you got to Winston. What is to him? It was very cool. I'll sit there and watched it. I loved it. Yeah so I'm not motivated to get a tattoo because of it but I'm just saying that was cool. Did you tell your mom that'll make better. I usually likes it already. The whatever okay all right so so i WanNa talk about what I've been reading recently. We've done a some choice. Resource Awards awards next level worship has come out with those and you can go to our website and check them out twelve different resources. Some books are music. Some are online the courses that you can check out. These are things that we believe are really valuable. An excellent and good worship the allergy very excited about the choice resource awards but one of those is a book by Mike Harland. It's a book called Worship Essentials and I'm not GonNa get into all the details that I won't tell you to go read the book but it's really really good. Especially if you are a worship leader or a pastor now realized that everybody listening is one of those but maybe the Lord may call all you to be that one day down the road or just as a good church member that wants to support his passer passer and leaders. This'll be a good book for you. Mike. Carlin wrote it. And we've got an interview. I did hour long interview with Mike. Akai went up to his office in Nashville in an interview with him. And it's a great interview. He did a got a job to explain the book. But what I WANNA point out to you is that he's got four four parts to this book and again I won't get into the details tales of what what all these are but the first thing he says and he impacts it in the book is called till the story so the First Section about telling the story. And here's what he said Stephen Authors. There's really good. He said you can't tell a story that you don't have I think he's got a good point he said so when you're leading others in worship leading them to worship God you need to have a story of your own what do you think about that. You gotTa have a reason to leave. Then you gotta understand what you're leading wire leading them in what you're talking about. Would you agree. Yeah Yeah I mean you could get up into sing the song and his mouth words come out. But what about if he knew at the song would that mean more. I'm sure the NFC idea it's like telling somebody he uses A. I don't know if he uses this'll choice and this may be minute but he talked about this in the interview. We talked about it together. It's like telling somebody about a great restaurant but you've never been to that restaurant it's like it's like listening to somebody interviewed about parenting and they have no kids. They've never parented. They've never been to the restaurant. They have no experience. But they're talking about. Do you want someone leading you in worship this not experiencing worship. That's his point in the first part of the book you gotTa tell a story and first first of all you gotTa have a story. Yeah Okay and then you got to communicate that story well and and I WANNA get into this in a different con. Different podcast outcast. I WanNa talk about leading and influencing people engaging people from the platform. That's a different conversation. But that's what he gets into in the first part of this book telling the story communicated way that's interesting and engaging and so and so and then the second one is is make disciples and this is what I love this book and I love what might extend so much and am not learning. This is I'm being reminded of it. And I'm being encouraged by but this somehow I love that our minister has been trying to do for longtime as make disciples through through worship and and and so it's not just waiting for the teachers or the Smog Margaret leaders to do it. We all have a responsibility to help other people grow. And that's what that's what he talks about in there. So that was very encouraging to see make disciples whatever role you play. If you're the nursery workers you can you can encourage an an and some influence the parents parents and the and the teachers around you you can make an impact and and your ministry can help make disciples okay. Then the third one is engaged the body so he said and I wanna hear what you think to this but he said it's not enough just to sing to them. You want to engage them. You don't WanNa just stand up and Sing Adam. You want them to get in gauged as well. Yes I think. That's this great this leadership. Yep It definitely is and and And the fact is they're going to be engaged by something if it's not you it'll be their cell phones or it'll what they've got going on tomorrow tomorrow or it'll be nice for sure you know. The Dude looks funny on the front row. Yeah I think that's super important plus it's just a it's it just shows the unification of the body. That's what I love about being worship leader under about more than anything. You know. Grounded in faith with a bunch of people. You know it encourages me does. And so I think that's total diverse in thanks psalm. Thirty six says o taste and see the Lord's good idea if you've gone to that great restaurant. Don't you WanNa go tell people about that. Great restaurant of course if we if we've tasted the Lord is so to speak and in our personal tom in our daily time and we've got to know him fall in love with him. We want others to do that too. We don't want them just to set up there and watch us saying we want them to experience. His goodness experiences grace experienced the the words in the meaning of the words were singing. And I think that's the point of this book and it certainly when I believe engage the body. Don't just let them be spectators. Yeah Okay and then the fourth thing he says is a spire with purpose and say about that today is that this is so important important to not only know the songs are singing are what you're doing in your church but no why you're doing it to snow why I think there's a lot of people don't really know why they're involved with a wide with church An- and participating something stop and think. Why do you do that? And that's what he said. Aspire with purpose have reasons let people know that your purpose is to glorify the Lord yes but also engage people people and all these other things just have purpose and have a system. He talks about a system in that book worship. Essentials says how are you going to accomplish these things know how you're going to have the purpose for it and stick to it and because in the long run it will pay off love that. That's good. Yeah I think purposes so important because often whether it's it's bleeding worshiper music or something totally totally different. Someone will get into something and to a meaning whether it's hobby or career because they like it just because they enjoy it which is good. He's me you should enjoy joy it but if that is the reason the problem comes into play because inevitably one day you're gonNA wake up and you're gonNA hate it this. Is that all of this where you're going with this. But it reminds me of when he said it. You said you watched a shark tank and you saw a gallon. There that that that was that was that he was he was trying that show. Oh was is one where people bring them ideas and try to get them invest in their business ideas there and this guy brought a very unusual entrepreneurs walking in front of four four or five investors like big time invested right. And you remember what you told me though the guy yes. Yeah so this guy is. I have no idea what was in that guys head when he started that company or want so no. That doesn't relate to what I'm talking about. Oh yes he does. No wait a minute because you said is that. He said his wife working fulltime. Because somebody asked him how you support me it was that though. So that's why brought it up because he's he literally walks in and puts these awful smelling canes wants most vacant his whole his whole deal was was like was like I was about getting married now wife but she hated the way. My apartment's bill so it was like I gotta make it smell good but I wanted to still be manly. You know so. He's got Kamalia Campfire one. That smells like one. Smells like Bacon and then one. It was like a joke. Granted he knew it was stupid. But it's Molly Fart. He brings is this in and I mean the the design of the logo and the stuff at all it like something you'd see in the kids section. Yeah but anyway he was is They ask him investors ask him. How do you support yourself on this? And he's like well. My wife Works full-time made one of them. said the point is just. Call that out like your wife works full-time while you pour four candles. Yeah all day long. And it's just I can. He's gotten somewhere not company because he's on it so we're not picking on him but the point that I'm trying to make up well if you're listening the FARC. Oh my God so what. I'm trying to make it is is is your purpose worthy of your time and investment. Because that's what guys giving a lot of time. Yeah I just think I think on the days when you wake up and you hate it if there's no deeper motive if deeper grounding then you tend to fall by the wayside don't we have of all people in the world don't we have the greatest purpose of all and that's to ultimately are again. The heart of worship Russian is to is to live a life of worship that encourages others to one or two and a great purpose of also. So so you know I was thinking about this too so that they get really like maybe the rest of us just kind of tired. Sometimes you know you can go to be discouraged. You know if you're trying to lead are the people who were going to get it. Are They GonNa follow you know do they. Are we going to be able to Iraq right. Now we're trying to raise money for the end of the year in our ministry organization. We're trying to raise funds for big for next year and you just wonder if we're GONNA be able to do that or people are GonNa get it. They GonNA support you all these questions and it can be very discouraging and what. I was reminded of his something. Paul said he said. Don't be don't don't be weary and well doing for. In time and time you will reap a harvest. If you don't give up powerful Eddie. If you don't quit don't quit just know why you doing. And that's purpose that I think going back to the book worship essentials this what he's talking about spar with purpose know Y. You're doing what you do and do it with all your mind even when you get tired sometimes you just got to remind yourself. There's a deeper purpose.

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