From the golden age to the modern age of comics...

Drawn & Paneled is THE comic book showcase podcast from GenXGrownUp. We bring you news, reviews, interviews, insights, and commentary on the comic books we love, from the golden age to the modern age.

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Back Issue: Dark Phoenix/Jean Grey - A Comprehensive Character Study

Today, we focus on a character and not just any character, Jean Grey aka Marvel Girl/Phoenix/Dark Phoenix. The guys go way back to her first appearance in X-men #1 from 1963 and onward from there. George and Jason do their best to explain Jean and the Phoenix to Jon who has a lot of questions. If you think we’re discussing just comics, think again! This character has an extensive history in film and TV which we’re not afraid to tackle.

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Drawn & Paneled Hiatus Announcement

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Drawn & Paneled is going on an indefinite hiatus. In this special episode, George and Jon talk about the reason for the change, the history of the show, and what the future holds.
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Back Issue: The Amazing Spider-Man #298-#300 (1988)

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Today’s Back Issue has Rachel and George web crawling all over the 1st appearance of everyone’s favorite Spidey foe, Venom, in The Amazing Spider-Man #298-#300! Join us as we discuss Spider-Man, MJ, Chance, Carlton Drake, and of course Venom!
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Tommy Gun Wizards, Roman Ritual, & Vigis #2 (feat. C. Matthew Foote)

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In this week’s episode we talk about a possible African-American Batman, the independent comic, “The Vigis”, and have an interview with its co-creator and writer C. Matthew Foote! Plus many more items in our round table discussions!
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Back Issue: Wolverine #1 (1982)

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Today’s Back Issue has the team digging in on the 1st solo adventure of the most rabid Marvel hero of all time in Wolverine Volume 1 #1! Join us as we discuss Wolverine, Mariko, and Lord Shingen in this very controversial issue.
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