Earth Station One Podcast Episode 308 – The Work of Carmine Infantino

ESO Podcast Ep 308
The secret origin of the current success of DC’s tv properties is that they are all very much inspired by the Silver Age of comics and one of the most influential artists of that time is the great Carmine Infantino. Mike, Mike, Kevin Eldridge, and award-winning author Bobby Nash showcase the highlights of his illustrious career. Also, the Geek Seat goes global and reaches Italian pulp and fantasy writer Davide Mana. Plus, Robert Young updates us on the upcoming SC Comicon in the Khan Report. All this, along with the usual Rants, Raves, Geek Girls Take, and Shout Outs!

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Show Open Rants and Raves
00:27:22 Author Davide Mana
0:49:24 The Work of Carmine Infantino
1:41:04 A Geek Girl’s Take
1:42:18 The Khan Report w/ Robert Young of SC Comicon
1:56:53 Show Close

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