Untold Talks of Spider-Man show

Untold Talks of Spider-Man

Summary: Two long-time Spider-Man fans (Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch) explore the deep cuts and forgotten issues of the Spider-Man library on an hunt for what it truly means to be a Spider-Man comic.

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 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 20: What If? #7 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 37:23

What do Flash Thompson, Betty Brant, and Colonel John Jameson all have in common? They’re all Spider-Man! Wait, what? Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss the 1977 WHAT IF #7? “What If Someone Else Had Become — the Amazing Spider-Man,” written by Don Glut, penciled by Rick Hoberg, inked by Sam Grainger, colored by George Roussos, and lettered by Rick Parker. This issue is a three-in-one story showcasing alternate universes where Flash, Betty, and Jameson were bitten by the radioactive spider and given powers. Who lives? Who dies? Did anyone get cloned? Tune in an find out! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 19: Spider-Man the Manga #1-6 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:01:47

Bitten by a radioactive Spider, high schooler Yu Komori was given the proportional — wait, who?! Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss the 1970 SPIDER-MAN THE MANGA  by Ryoichi Ikegami, translated by Mutsumi Masuda and C.B. Cebulski, with English retouches and production by Dan Nakrosis. The English edition was edited by Tom Brevoort.  In this ALTERNATIVE ORIGIN, Spider-Man is a Japanese high schooler wrestling with his own kind of guilt. Ever want to see what a Spider-Man origin looked like without Uncle Ben? Take a look right here! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 18: Spider-Man: India | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:02:53

Something is happening! The Spider-Man of Mumbai swings into the Untold Tales of Spider-Man and brings a familiar cast along with him. Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss 2004’s SPIDER-MAN: INDIA written by Jeevan Kang, Suresh Seetharaman, and Sharad Devaraja, drawn by Jeevan Kang colored y Gotham Studios Asia, lettered by Dave Sharpe and edited by John Barber, Nick Lowe, and Ralph Macchio. That enough names for you? Listen in and hear the discussion on bringing Spider-Man into another culture, what MAKES a Spider-Man story, and more! Want to hear a little bit more about what went into Spider-Man: India? Check out NPR’s interview with Sharad Devarajan here! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 17: Marvel Team Up Annual 1 with Adam Reck | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 52:22

Spider-Man! The X-Men! A bunch of Hindu Gods! A… strange Russian scientist and his interpreter? Anti-Radiation Spray? A Rube Goldberg Machine of X-Men powers? Uh, this has to be MARVEL TEAM UP ANNUAL #1 Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch and BATTLE OF THE ATOM podcast co-host ADAM RECK as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain, Matt, and Adam discuss 1976’s MARVEL TEAM UP ANNUAL #1, plotted by Bill Mantlo, Chris Claremont, and Bonnie Wilford, scripted by Bill Mantlo, drawn by Sal Buscema and Mike Esposito, colored by Hugh Paley, and lettered by Jim Novak. MTU Annual #1 is a wild ride with plenty of silver-age kooky developments with elements of the bronze age starting to poke through. A week long conference on a plane, off-the-wall problem solving, and plenty of radiation — this story has it all! We’d like to thank ADAM RECK from coming onto the show! If you’d like to hear more from Adam, you can check out his podcast BATTLE OF THE ATOM as well as his X-Men webcomic BISH & JUBEZ. If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK Want to know everything there is to know about Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen Stacy before the big movie this winter? Check out all 100 episodes of THE ULTIMATE SPIN! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #4 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 16: Thunderbolts 128-129 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 30:46

The Green Goblin is on Air Force One, and the President wants him off his plane! Who better to stop him than… Norman Osborn? Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss 2009’s THUNDERBOLTS #128-129, written by Andy Diggle, art by Roberto de la Torre, colored by Frank Martin, and lettered by Albert Deschesne. Taking place days after a new president (that is certainly not Barack Obama, no way!) has been sworn into office, Norman Osborn has a few skeletons in his closet he needs to get ahead of before his DARK REIGN can begin. Join in to hear Matt and Cain discuss what a Green Goblin story looks like without Spider-Man! This also marks the appearance of the 6th Green Goblin, Cleavon Twain, AKA the Headsman. Haven’t heard of him? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The Ultimate Spin has aired its final episode, and it is a BIG ONE! Check out their 100th episode “Exit Gwen-terview” with series writer and co-creator Jason Latour! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #2 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 15: ASM v2 18 – PPSM 18 “Death of the Goblin Construct” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 43:43

The Green Goblin is on the rampage! But who is it? No body knows, including the Green Goblin! Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss AMAZING SPIDER-MAN VOLUME 2 #18″, written by Howard Mackie, penciled by John Byrne, inked by John Romita Sr., colores by Joe Rosas and lettered by Richard Starkings and Troy Peteri, as well as PETER PARKER: SPIDER-MAN #18 written again by Howard Mackie, penciled by Graham Nolan, inked by Scott Hanna, colored by Gregory Wright, and lettered by the same duo as ASM, Richard Starkings and Troy Peteri. Both titles were edited by Ralph Machhio and released in April of 2000.  “Death of the Goblin Construct” takes us back to a dangling plot thread from 1998’s “Spiderhunt,” namely “Who is the Green Goblin in Spiderhunt?” The answer is… well, you’ll just have to tune in to find out! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The Ultimate Spin has aired its final episode, and it is a BIG ONE! Check out their 100th episode “Exit Gwen-terview” with series writer and co-creator Jason Latour! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #2 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 14: Amazing Spider-Man 176-180 “A New Goblin” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:07:10

Don’t you hate it when your doctor steals your toys and leaves you tied up in a warehouse? Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #176-180 “A NEW GOBLIN”, written and edited by Len Wein, penciled by Ross Andru, inked by Mike Esposito, and colored by Glynis Wein.  ASM #176-180 introduces the third Green Goblin, Harry Osborn’s psychologist Barton Hamilton. Join the Cain and Matt as they discuss this forgotten epic, the first of hopefully many listener requests! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The Ultimate Spin has aired its final episode, and it is a BIG ONE! Check out their 100th episode “Exit Gwen-terview” with series writer and co-creator Jason Latour! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #2 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 13: Sentry: Spider-Man | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 40:06

Did you know Peter Parker is a millionaire? He just forgot. Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss SENTRY: SPIDER-MAN, written by Paul Jenkins, penciled by Rick Leonardi, inked by Terry Austin, and colored by Jeromy Cox.  SENTRY: SPIDER-MAN serves as one of the several penultimate issues (we discuss that) found in volume one of SENTRY. Join us to hear our thoughts on how Spider-Man fits in to this larger limited series and the difficulties in inserting a character into continuity. If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The Ultimate Spin has aired its final episode, and it is a BIG ONE! Check out their 100th episode “Exit Gwen-terview” with series writer and co-creator Jason Latour! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #2 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the July B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 12: Spectacular Spider-Man #215-216 “The Predator and the Prey” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:07:45

You ever want to see Mac (not Mark, as some people may have you believe) Gargan sipping a cappuccino in a sewer? Join hosts Cain Winstead, Matthew Deragisch and special guest Adam Chapman from the Comic Shenanigans podcast as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain, Matt, and Adam discuss THE SPECTACULAR SPIDER-MAN #215-216 “THE PREDATOR AND THE PREY”, the story that leads straight into the first arc of the Clone Saga. The credits on this one are doozy: while both issues were plotted and drawn by Tom DeFalco and Sal Buscema respectively, #215 was scripted by Mike Lackey and colored by Glynis Oliver, while #216 was scripted by Todd DeZago and colored by Joe Andreani.  Tune in to hear the discussion on sewer fights, IRS scams, the Scorpion’s role in Spider-Man’s oeuvre, and more! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The Ultimate Spins final episodes are upon us! Tune in to hear their ideas on the final issues of SPIDER-GWEN and much more! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN If you’re not already, check out our guest Adam’s Podcast Comic Shenanigans via their website or iTunes. This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #1 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the June B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 11: Spider-Man: The Final Adventure | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:07:58

This is it! The last Spider-Man story ever told! After this, there were no other Peter Parker stories ever! Right? Right?! Well, about that… Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten tales of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man, Cain and Matt discuss writer Fabian Nicieza and penciler Darick Robertson’s SPIDER-MAN: THE FINAL ADVENTURE, a curious piece of Spider-Man trivia who’s legacy was cut rather short.  Tune in to hear the discussion on what was to be the final chapter of Peter Parker’s tale as Spider-Man! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK The ULTIMATE SPIN is gearing up for the last episode, but there’s still plenty to talk about in the pages of Spider-Gwen! Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #801 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the June B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify. Our outro theme for this episode is “Spider-Man Theme” by Sixtones Acappella, which can be found here.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 10: Web of Spider-Man #8-9 “Local Superhero!” & “The Twilight Heroes” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 36:07

Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man finds himself in the rural countryside of Pennsylvania looking into rumors about a hero named the Smithville Thunderbolt! Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man Cain and Matt welcome Brian Jacob from the Ultimate Spin podcast on as a guest as they discuss WEB OF SPIDER-MAN #8-9 “LOCAL SUPERHERO!” & “THE TWILIGHT HEROES”.  Tune in to hear the discussion on this truly off-the-wall, unique Spider-Man story that strips almost everything familiar from the character’s surroundings. Web of Spider-Man might have been the third-tier Spider-Man title, but can you still have Spider-Man outside of New York with entirely new (and never again used!) characters? You’ve gotta listen for the answer to this and more! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK If you want to hear more from Brian, specifically his thoughts and opinions on Miles Morales and Spider-Gwen, check out THE ULTIMATE SPIN. Click here to check out the ULTIMATE SPIN This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #801 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the May B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 09: Marvel Team-Up #48-51 “The Saga of the Wraith” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 37:27

A team up with Spider-Man is kinda like getting your own Weird Al parody. You might have enjoyed some success, but you haven’t completely made it until you’ve hit that milestone. Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man Cain and Matt discuss Marvel Team-Up #48-51 “THE SAGA OF THE WRAITH”. Tune in and hear about the story that introduces Jean DeWolff, its convoluted story line, CSI: Doctor Strange, and more! If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #800 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the May B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 08: Spectacular Spider-Man #178-184 “The Child Within” w/ Special Guest J.M. DeMatteis | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:06:28

When we were first putting this show together, Spectacular Spider-Man #178-184 was at the top of the list of stories to cover. And boy, do we have an episode for you! Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man Cain and Matt are joined by none other than Spider-Man scribe J.M. DeMatteis as they discuss his lost gem THE CHILD WITHIN. Tune in for the conversation and hear about DeMatteis’s ideas about what makes Spider-Man unique, behind the scenes talk about The Child Within, as well as our normal breakdown of the issue. If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of Amazing Spider-Man #800 from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the May B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 07: Trouble | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1:03:04

This one has it all! Laughter, tears, threats, arguments, and somehow Matt and Cain are able to squeeze a little conversation in at times! Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man Cain and Matt take a look at the infamous story Trouble, written by Mark Millar, pencils by Terry Dodson, inks by Rachel Dodson colors for issues 1-3 by Matt Hollingsworth and colors for issues 4-5 by Brian Reber. This episode features a breakdown of the context shrouding Trouble‘s publication, several hot takes, Matt’s surprising knowledge of the history of technology in textiles, Cain kicking Matt off the show twice, and one use of the name “Aunt Bae.” Come listen in to our most contentious episode to date about one of the most critically panned “Spider-Man” stories to date.   If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of 2018’s Free Comic Book Day issue from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the April B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team, the perfect thing to listen to in order to catch up with the Spider-Man related B-titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify.

 Untold Talks of Spider-Man Episode 06: Amazing Spider-Man #430-431 “Cosmic Carnage” | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 47:43

Carnage has never been stronger! Could we have found a more ’90s comic? Most likely — this is Spider-Man after all — but this one comes pretty close. Join hosts Cain Winstead and Matthew Deragisch as they dive though the untouched corners and forgotten stories of the Spider-Man library on a hunt for lost gems and what it truly means to be a Spider-Man story. In this episode of Untold Talks of Spider-Man Cain and Matt take a look at the Amazing Spider-Man #430-431 “Savage Rebirth” and “The Carnage Cosmic”, written by Tom DeFalco, penciled by Joe Bennett, inked by Bud Larosa, and colored by Bob Sharen. This episode also features special guest MARK GINOCCHIO, author of the Chasing Amazing blog, 100 Things A Spider-Man Fan Should Know and Do Before They Die, and of course, co-host of the All-New Amazing Spider-Talk.   If you’re looking for a in depth look at mainstream Amazing Spider-Man stories, check out our parent podcast, AMAZING SPIDER-TALK. Click here to subscribe to AMAZING SPIDER-TALK This week’s Patreon Exclusive episode is a review of 2018’s Free Comic Book Day issue from the Amazing Spider-Talk team, as well as the April B-Title Round Up from the Untold Talks of Spider-Man team, the perfect thing to listen to in order to catch up with the Spider-Man related B-titles. If you’d like to become a patron, please visit: Amazing Spider-Talk Patreon Page Want to join in on the conversation? Join the AMAZING SPIDER-SLACK community board! Join the Amazing Spider-Slack You can email the show at untoldtalksofspiderman@gmail.com or contact us on our Twitter handle @UntoldTalksSPMN You can subscribe to our channel on iTunes, Google Play Music, Stitcher or on our RSS feed. If you want to check out the band behind our awesome theme song, you can check out The Ellie Badge on Bandcamp, iTunes, or Spotify. Our outro music for this episode is “That Spidey Life” produced by the Nerdist. For full credits and their accompanying music video, please check the YouTube video here.

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