Episode 201: The Punisher – Circle of Blood

Recorded on October 1, 2012.


Episode 201: The Punisher – Circle of Blood

Music by Man or Astroman? and Graves

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Time – 70:46 min. / File Size – 34mb

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  1. Sorry I haven’t been commenting lately. Been pretty busy traveling & doing stupid shit. Part of why my advocacy of the show was so short in episode 200. I recorded it while engineering a dude’s album when he went to use the bathroom.

    That looping stuff is what I do for a lot of my stuff. It’s pretty hack & been going on pretty extensively since Line6 released the DL4 at an affordable price in 1998 or so. Before that the loopers were pretty expensive if you wanted to do something with riffs & melodies (the two most popular were the Boomerang & the JamMan & I think both ran over $500), meanwhile I ran a one second & two second looper in a split signal chain to create weird rhythmic things (the pedals like that were usually about $100 used & plentiful to find because they aren’t super musical to use) in the 1990s. Recently I added a two second looper back in to my effect chain to add some of the 1990s vibe.

    Here’s a story I think you’ll enjoy. So on this last tour I was on, this dude was trying to hook up with this librarian chick & she’s hanging out after the show & for some reason she does that lame joke of “I don’t bite… much!” & I yelled out, “Oh my God! That’s where were-librarians come from!”

    I sold the majority of my Punisher books around 1990, but I think I kept the mini-series because my copies were too beat up to sell so I suppose I should have tried to re-read them. When he did the team-up with Power Pack, I kinda just felt that he’d jumped the shark. But I here a few years later he literally did jump a shark with a jet ski rental.

    For the iconic character costumes since The Punisher, I’d like to give a special shout out to Grendel, but I think that things are pretty weak & derivative for quite a while.

    I hope my comment is long & boring enough to make up for the lack of comments in the recent past.

    • Eric on October 4, 2012 at 11:04 am

    Awesome and always welcome, Brian.

    • Joe G. on October 9, 2012 at 10:50 am

    Jim Starlin & Jim Aparo did BATMAN: TEN NIGHTS OF THE BEAST. Mike Zeck drew covers for that story but didn’t do the interiors.

    • Eric on October 9, 2012 at 11:05 am

    That’s upsetting and offensive, and I’ll be tearing up my unread copy of the TEN NIGHTS tpb when I get home.

    • Joe G. on October 9, 2012 at 11:26 am

    No! Give it to me instead! I will take care of disposing of it for you.

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