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The Fantasticast

By Steve Lacey & Andrew Leyland

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Hosts Steve Lacey (20 Minute Longbox, World of Superman) and Andrew Leyland (Heykids Comics) take you on a journey to the dawn of the Marvel Age, covering every issue, appearance and guest appearance of the Fantastic Four from 1961s Fantastic Four #1 onwards.

Customer Reviews

Great Podcast

This is a great podcast for you fan4 fans! I'm not a huge fan but love the podcast anyway. All you Americans like me well you might just find their ascents funny like I do. Anyways Awesome podcast keep on keeping on!

Hail Doom!

Despite this show's blatant anti-Doom stance, it does manage to be enjoyable. The hosts talk with faux British accents about the adventures of Reed RIchards and his team of lackeys in their non-stop attempts to overthrow the rightful ruler of Latveria.

Even when the show veers into other Reed-Richards-centric "adventures," it manages to hold my interest, which is a very impressive feat. There are many comic podcasts, and this is definitely one of them.

I will give the show one star for each member of the featured team -- Sue, Ben, Johnny, whats-his-name, and Victor.

Fine Addtion to Podcasts covering Marvel's Silver Age Comics

If you've been looking at getting into the beginnings of the Fantastic Four, this is the show for you. It presents a delightfully British take on the glory days of Marvel Comics. Both hosts are veteran podcasters, and each brings thier own flavor to the show. It's obvious both enjoy the classic comics they are reading, without the cynicism that sometimes leaks into other modern reviews of older material. That doesn't mean they don't point out the plot holes, merely that they don't let them ruin an otherwise good story.

5 stars. Carry On the good work, fellows. Nuff' said.

The Fantasticast
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  • Category: Literature
  • Language: English

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