Tag Archives: Planetary

Planetary #14 (Zeropoint)

Kieran Shiach has read Planetary more times than he can count. Helena Hart is reading it for the first time. In this podcast, we’ll go through the groundbreaking sci-fi superhero mystery issue-by-issue to talk about its influences and its impact.

In the fourteenth issue; The X-Files, Miracleman and how do invisible people see?

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Planetary #13 (Century)

Kieran Shiach has read Planetary more times than he can count. Helena Hart is reading it for the first time. In this podcast, we’ll go through the groundbreaking sci-fi superhero mystery issue-by-issue to talk about its influences and its impact.

In the thirteenth episode; Sherlock Holmes, Count Dracula and an extraordinary conspiracy!

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Episode 3: Steve Orlando on Planetary

This is Multiversity Challenge, a comic trivia game show podcast where guests test their knowledge in five rounds of carefully crafted trivia questions.

Steve Orlando (Wonder Woman, Justice League of America, Darkhold) takes the challenge to test his knowledge of Warren Ellis and John Cassaday’s Planetary!

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Planetary #10 (Magic & Loss)

Kieran Shiach has read Planetary more times than he can count. Helena Hart is reading it for the first time. In this podcast, we’ll go through the groundbreaking sci-fi superhero mystery issue-by-issue to talk about its influences and its impact.

In the tenth issue: a doomed planet’s last hope, an intergalactic peacekeeping organisation’s newest officer and a hidden island’s greatest warrior.

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Planetary #9 (Planet Fiction)

Kieran Shiach has read Planetary more times than he can count. Helena Hart is reading it for the first time. In this podcast, we’ll go through the groundbreaking sci-fi superhero mystery issue-by-issue to talk about its influences and its impact.

In the ninth issue: a flashback to the previous Third Man, a mission to a fictional world and a love letter to Grant Morrison.

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