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Monday, August 7, 2017

Episode 47: Castovalva

Episode 47 is upon us, and we have special guest host - The Irredeemable Shag from the Fire and Water Podcast Network.  Shag shares his thoughts about his early years of watching Peter Davison, Jodie Whitaker, and this story Castrovalva.  You are not going to want to miss this one. 

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Episode 58: The Shout

Finally, the conclusion of The Big Romance between Black Canary and Ra's Al Ghul.  You heard right.  Chuck Dixon chose to have Black Canary leave one wonky romance with a pre-Columbian explorer to getting back to the present and falling for the Demon.  Only Dinah, right?  This issue has a "No Take Back" that you are not going to forget.  

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Thursday, August 3, 2017

Episode 10: The Batgirl Annual 1


This annual doesn't have much of our Cassandra Cain Batgirl, but this story really relates to our character as far as being born and bred to do something, unlearning the brainwashing, and working towards the greater good.  If you are a The Batgirl fan, I recommend this one.  

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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Episode 57: Heart Breaker


Black Canary and Ra's Al Ghul's relationship is coming to an end, which is a good thing.  Unfortunately, this may be curtains for our hero, The Black Canary, unless Oracle and crew can come to the rescue.  Desperate measures will be the only option to save Dinah, and you are not going to believe what the solution is until you read this issue.  You are going to want to hear this one for sure.


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Episode 46: Logopolis

The moment has been prepared for, but that doesn't mean I have to like it.  Ha.  No, we here at Straight Outta Gallifrey have enjoyed discussing the 4th Doctor's adventures.  Look what we got out of it: A couple of Sarah Jane stories; Romana; Anthony Ainley's Master.  Hey, we even got to talk about K-9.  Not bad!  

And don't forget our second segment about the Big Finish Audio play Neverland, which is an Eighth Doctor Adventure that features Romana and the Time Lords.  

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Saturday, July 22, 2017

Wright On Network Presents: Jodie Whitaker is the Doctor



I trust that you all know the exciting news about Jodie Whitaker playing the Doctor.  Jordan, Ashford, and Diane, who runs the site, discuss the wonderful development over at the BBC.  

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Monday, July 17, 2017

Episode 56: Source Code 2 Vial Not Found

Batgirl and the Birds of Prey 12, moves the story right along with guest appearance from Selina Kyle...Catwoman.  Calculator has gotten himself in too deep, and now his family are being held hostage at Terracare, a company claiming to be eco-friendly.  Although they are not keen on helping out former foe the Calculator, the Birds agree that with a mother and children involved, they must lend their service to saving innocents.  


Catwoman stole something from the vaults of Terracare that has lead to the kidnapping.  The Birds are a little hesitant about contacting Catwoman. They don't know how she might react with them telling her that she is going to have to return the jewels back to Terracare.   Batgirl was right.  As you can see above, Catwoman for one, didn't appreciate the ruse that Batgirl played on her, which involves the Batman, and Batgirl placing her nose in Catwoman's business.  I'm totally surprised that Bruce played that game.  He will answer to Selina later, I'm sure.


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Saturday, July 15, 2017

Episode 45: Keeper of Traken

Keeper of Traken is a lot of things.  There is a theater type quality to it with the costume and sets.  This is the last serial for a while where there are no Earthling companions.  Of course, this episode had no Romana.  

The return of the Master is the most notable highlight in my opinion.  Out the Ashes of the Deadly Assassins, and I do mean Ashes, the Master returns at his most desperate, grasping on to any chance of an extended lifespan.  

We also have the introduction of a new companion, Nyssa.  She's as delightful as ever, which makes the conclusion of this serial rather sad, for the Doctor's foe wears the body of Nyssa's father.  Up until this point, this maybe the worst thing the Master has every done on Camera.  

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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Episode 44: Warriors' Gate

Straight Outta Gallifrey is back!  Warriors' Gate is the topic of episode 44.  Unfortunately, this is good bye to Romana, as far as on screen appearances are concerned.  The adventures of Romana will continue to be a topic of discussion with the Big Finish audio plays and beyond.  Lalla Ward and Mary Tamm both deserve praise for breaking such new ground with playing the first returning, mainstay Time Lady.  See Straight Outta Gallifrey's review of The Invasion of Time, where we discuss the first every on screen Time Lady.

Now if evidence is ever revealed that Susan Foreman is more than just a Gallifreyan, but a Time Lord as well, we will go back and discuss the Susan stories.  

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Saturday, July 8, 2017

Calling for Backup: Super Friends and CRY FOR BLOOD

Calling for Backup: Super Friends and CRY FOR BLOOD: It's a special Crossover Episode this week as we form a superhero podcast team-up with Ashford and Mark of the excellent Birds of Prey podcast, Feathers and Foes! We're discussing the classic BATMAN/HUNTRESS: CRY FOR …

Episode 9: Batgirl Issue 5


Cassandra Cain is dealing with her new ability to have inner dialogue and understanding others.  This is a progression of the character for sure.  However, this new power has limited her almost flawless combat skills: Predicting moves of the opponents before the opponent even flinches.

Batman, still distraught that Cass may have killed when she was a child is just something he can't let go, so he travels across the globe to do his own autopsy on how the gentlemen who is now dead, actually died.  

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Saturday, July 1, 2017

Episode 43: State of Decay

Siskoid from the Fire and Water Podcast Network, Ruth and Darrin from the RaD Adventures Network and Ashford discuss State of Decay by Terrance Dicks!

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Episode 43: State of Decay

Here on Straight Outta Gallifrey, we had so much fun discussing State of Decay by Terrance Dicks.  From the Network is Siskoid, who runs the Siskoid Blog of Geekery on and from the RAD Adventures Network are Ruth and Darrin.  You can follow them on Twitter @RaD_Adventures.  

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Episode 55: The Courtship

Chuck Dixon ramps the drama up in this intense, romantic story involving Black Canary and Ra's Al Ghul.  And yes, Talia is not happy about the proposition her father offers to Dinah Lance.

Beautiful art by Butch Guice and Gloria Vasquez, who really capture the romance and horror of this book.  Mark and I are still puzzled by the characterization of Dinah, but there are so many talking points in this book that we really enjoyed discussing this story.

The emotional beats displayed in the writing and art are quite masterful.  

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Episode 8: Batgirl Issue 4

Batgirl issue number 4 really upped the ante on this one.  A total change of direction will take place from now one when it comes to the narrative because of a key event that happens to Cassandra.  Also, Batman is rather disturbed by the video he saw of a young Cassandra Cain ripping a guy's throat out.  Batman refuses to believe his eyes...and the film.  He is now ready to journey across the globe to prove that Cass is no killer.    

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Tuesday, June 27, 2017

Episode 42: Full Circle

Straight Outta Gallifrey discusses season 18's Full Circle as well as Big Finish's Apocalypse Element, which is a 6th Doctor Story, preluding to events that could set off the Time War.  

In Full Circle, it is time for Romana to return to Gallifrey; however, she, K-9, and the Doctor are stuck in E-Space.  This particular serial is an introduction to the companion Adric, who wears a star for his mathematical excellence.  


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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Episode 41: Meglos


Welcome to Straight Outta Gallifrey!  Here is the second episode of Series 18, Meglos.  Tom Baker is playing a dual role, Jacqueline Hill has return to play as Lexa. and a Cactus-like villain.  What else could you want in a Doctor Who episode?  Although I wasn't able to extract much from the story pertaining to Romana, the other Time Lord, or Time Lady, I still enjoyed this serial, but I just couldn't add to the conversation, really.

And again, Tom Baker looks wonderful in his new threads.

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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Episode 54: The Stray

Feathers and Foes are back with another Pre New 52 adventure of Birds of Prey.  This one is called the Stray.  Mike McDonnell brings some interesting art to this one.  Chuck Dixon kind of has me confused with the characterization of Dinah, but I'm just going to ride with it.  Kind of like what Jason Bard is doing, while trying to remain alive.  Ra's Al Ghul and Talia are all in this one action packed book.  And I do mean action.  

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Monday, June 19, 2017

Episode 39: The Leisure Hive


Series 18 of Classic Doctor Who starts off with a new Title Sequence, New Coat, Scarf, but we have the same TARDIS crew: The Doctor, Romana, and K-9, of course.  With this being Tom Baker's last season, we can look at how meta all of t his is, especially with a story like the Leisure Hive, dealing with regeneration and preserving youth.  

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Saturday, June 17, 2017

Episode 53: Batgirl and the Birds of Prey 11

Batgirl and the Birds of Prey 11 by Julie and Shawna Benson answer a lot of questions.  Will these answers tear the Birds apart?  Listen to his podcast to hear our candid answers about the issues broached in this excellent comic.  

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Sunday, June 11, 2017

Episode 49: Shada


Siskoid at and is returning to Straight Outta Gallifrey again to discuss the Douglas Adams story, Shada.  A story that never aired, but has seen the light of day in a variety of media.  To discuss this one I, Ashford, listened to the Big Finish audio play staring Paul McGann as the Doctor.  He is quite lovely.  I highly recommend you give this one a listen if you haven't done so already. has it for a reasonable price.  

Speaking of Big Finish, in the second segment of the show, after the Fire and Water Podcast promo, I will discuss part 4 of 4 of Gallifrey: Intervention Earth.  

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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Episode 7: The Batgirl Untitled

Plot by Scott Peterson. Kelley Puckett with the script.  Pencils by Damion Scott.  

Batgirl vs. her first metahuman.  And Batman makes a discovery that may change things forever.

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Friday, June 9, 2017

Wonder Woman Movie

The Artwork you see above is by David Anderson.  Following him instagram: David Anderson Drawing For Food.  

Sarah of the and Ashford, podcaster for the Wright On Network joined forces to talk about the spectacular Wonder Woman film.  After only one viewing for each of the hosts, many of their thoughts are still discombobulated in their heads, but the enthusiasm isn't curbed one bit.  

If you haven't seen the movie, please go and not support it.  The film is doing you a favor, not the other way around.  Watch the movie and then listen to our podcast.  We have spoilers all through out, so you don't want to start with us first.  And Gal Gadot, I know you're listening.  Ashford apologizes for pronouncing your name incorrectly.  

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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Episode 52: The Big Romance

Issue 31 of Birds of Prey is one of those stories where the main characters (Oracle and Black Canary) are peripheral, and the guest, Jason Bard, is our protagonist.  You know Jason Bard, he was featured in issues 1-3 of Birds of Prey.  We covered those issues about a year ago exactly.  Jason was Bab's fiance.  This is a cool issue.  We have a dated gumshoe, France, and Barbara Gordon doing her thing where she is "mad" manipulating everyone.  And a special surprise ending that will make you want to read issue 32 immediately. has more of our programming.  

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Saturday, June 3, 2017

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The Batgirl Cassandra Cain podcast is back with another episode.  We have started the proper run of this character.  Issue 2, Plot by Scott Peterson, written by Kelley Puckett, and pencils by Damion Scott.
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Once again we get a cool issue with Cassandra Cain and Barbara Gordon.  Yes, the daughter of Cain does not possess a first name at this point, but for the sake of Clarity, I am going to call her Cassandra.  Barbara Gordon is featured in this issue as well to help with the gradual release.  We get these sweet moments between the two of them at first, which juxtaposes the dark turn the book takes towards the end of the issue.

Batgirl displays compassion, anger, wits, and strength all in one issue.  Even with the identity and mask off, this character is still a mystery to us  No matter, with Damion Scott's pencils, and a decent story to boot, I am more than happy.  

Friday, June 2, 2017

Episode 38: Planet of the Spiders

Episode 38 is here!  Straight Outta Gallifrey is bringing you another one,  Planet of the Spiders, the send off to Jon Pertwee's Doctor.  Transformation, huge spiders, regeneration, and the lovely Elisabeth Sladen...all in one episode.  Siskoid of the  joins Ashford as they talk Time Lords and Eastern Philosophy.
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Saturday, May 27, 2017

Episode 5: I Cover the Water Front

I Cover the Water Front is the Daughter of Cain's first solo mission as The Batgirl!  The artwork is beautiful, the story is serving, and the mantle is not only upheld, but lifted.  OK, I may have gone a little too far with the lifted comment.  Sorry Bab Lovers.  But indeed, there is some potential here for an interesting character.

The legend begins in this issue.  Yes, many will not be aware, for Gotham is marked a No Man's Land, so all of these heroics will not be captured on the news or social media.  However, among the ranks of the cowardly lot, many will know of the new Batgirl in town.  I pity the fool who underestimates Cass.

 Thrown straight into the pool, Cassandra Cain has no time for proper training.  Batman must trust his new recruit to protect one of the last remaining functional Corner Stores, which is rumored to have fuel.  This fuel is needed to keep a generator going for an infirmary in Gotham.  Resources and the lack thereof is a constant theme in this mega crossover event, No Man's Land. .  If you haven't done so, invest in these trades.  The storytelling still holds up.  

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Monday, May 22, 2017

Episode 51: Time and Time Again

Time and Time and Time Again is just that.  A topsy turvey, timey wimey, story.  Will Black Canary be able to return to the right time?  Join us as we talk about the conclusion of this 3 part story.  Penned by Chuck Dixon and penciled by Butch Guice, we are taking on a journey that is dealing with murderers, love, and time travel.  Birds of Prey 30 in full-effect.  

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Episode 50: Black Bird Rise

Celebrate with us, for the 50th episode of Feathers and Foes are upon us.  The Benson sisters have reached the conclusion of the 3 part saga of Black Bird, the villain who can steal powers from other metahumans.  Will she take Black Canary's powers?  The Sonic Cry!  You don't want to miss this one.
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This is not a focal point of the story, but it's rather important.  If Gus is suffering from some type illness that is affecting his mental health, he has a right to keep it private; however, if his condition has the ability of positioning the Birds in danger out in the field, this is indeed a cause for concern.  This is a sensitive issue, and I am quite intrigued on how the Benson sisters tackle this issue.  Folks, we might be in a situation where we have only covered a thinly veiled surface.  Potentially, Gus might be an interesting character with layers and potential stories for the future.  Gus might be the beginning of cementing the Benson sisters' legacy, voice, and signature.

True to form, Huntress is always executed well  Her patience is limited when it comes to questioning Owen, which is quite endearing, for she cares for her friend, Black Canary.  Green Arrow, who makes an appearance in this one is not over bearing, and he's not projecting any of the unattractive qualities that otherwise turn people off.  In fact, he mentions that if Black Canary is under mind control, there is no way they can stop her.  He is not trying to save a defenseless Canary.  He just wants to know if she is OK.
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Monday, May 8, 2017

The Batgirl: Episode Zero

No Man's Land Ground Zero is an interesting tale of Bruce "Almighty" Wayne abandoning his city and drowning is his own self-pity while Gotham falls to lawlessness.  However, there are some good people that remained in Gotham after the cataclysm.  A handful of Gordon's bravest/finest stayed to fend their city.  Barbara Gordon, the Oracle, has chronicled the events of No Man's Land.  Such a human thing to do, writing down our history.  And one, Helena Bertinelli didn't abandon her hometown.  This tough Chica stayed in Gotham during its worst era to somehow ensure that Justice is upheld when the people can't do for themselves.

This book is a bit of an epic, really.  We see Bruce Wayne in Europe, trying to pick up the pieces of his purpose in life, while Helena is learning just how difficult it is when you are a lone Guardian of Gotham.

Helena decides that she has to be more than the Huntress to instill fear back into the criminals of Gotham.  I don't know if you have ever gone through a black out situation where its lasts more than 24 hours.  In Houston, I have faced a couple of those encounters, being that I am in a region of the United States where Hurricanes can be a factor.  One week without power feels like a year.  A month without power and law and order will feel like  3 generations where the oral traditions were skipped over.  No one is going to be afraid of the Huntress, and they darn near really could care less about a Bat symbol.  In fact, not only could they care less, they actually did care less than the moment before and the moment before that one as well.

I wasn't reading DC at the time of this publication.  I wonder for the folks who were reading the books  felt about someone else taking on the role of Batgirl.  I love legacy characters, so I have been thrilled, but I know how near and dear Babs is to a lot of folks.

After an incident with some street level punks in Gotham, in order to protect her identity, Helena sews her mouth shut.  Rather, she sews the cowl shut.  This is the genesis of the iconic Bat Suit that will be donned by Cassandra Cain in the future.  Pity, how the creators use Helena to advance the story of Cass.

Yes, we at the Batgirl podcast understand that although we are covering Cass, this episode centers around the Huntress, Helena; however, because the outfit that Cassandra Cain will soon inherit is so iconic, we had to start at its origin, Ground Zero.
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Sunday, May 7, 2017

Episode 4: Assembly

This is the issue where Cassandra Cain is giving the blessing to be Batgirl.  Unfortunately, at Huntress's expense, the Batman has manipulated the situation to his liking, being a Grade A Jerk!

Assembly is a "getting the gang back together again" issue, where the Batman fully understands that getting Gotham out of the ruins of the cataclysm that is now No Man's Land, he must recruit the Bat Family.  This is an issue of moments, which lead us to the panel above these words.  As you can see, Tim Drake, who is the truest student of the Bat, is not just going to let his guard down easily.  As we learn more about this mystery girl who happens to be a mute, we understand that is not just a skilled martial artist, but she also has a compassionate side.  Look at her working with Tim, letting him know that it is OK, she can be trusted.  More importantly, with the co-sign from the Bat, she is also illustrating that she belongs.

Although this is a Cassandra Cain podcast, and this is the issue where she is baptized as the official Batgirl, blessings by Barbara Gordon included, I'm still ticked off as a Helena Bertinelli enthusiast.  There are two approaching to take when reading literature: The Doyle and Watsonian approach, respectively.  Watson, who is actually in the Sherlock Holmes book, is writing about his encounters.  Huntress is in the story.  According to the almighty Batman, she got a mission wrong, and now it is time for her to be demoted.  Even in one of the No Man's Land issues, Barbara Gordon discovered that there was another donning as Batgirl, and she didn't like it, so of course if Babs didn't like it, the audience would root again Helena.  Now from a Doyalist approach, the writer of Sherlock Holmes, he is writing to suit his needs.  For example, the story takes place in London, not L.A. I would assume Sir Arthur Doyle knows more about London than L.A.  In addition, Sherlock Holmes reaches a demise, well that is because the writer was tired of tell Sherlock adventures.  Therefore, from a Doylist or editorial perspective, the creative team used Huntress as a vehicle to fail, just to give Batman a reason to berate Helena and give the mantel to Cass.  Thumbs down.

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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Doctor Who 64 Companion Bracket

Hello everyone!  The Irredeemable Shag of the Fire and Water Podcast, Siskoid of the Hearts and Romance Comics Podcast, Tim Wallace of the Beetlemania! podcast, Cory, and Ashford of the Wright On Network are the custodians of this tournament.  64 Companions of the classic and new Who in a Battle Royal for grand supremacy!  Actually, this is just an excuse for five fanboys to pontificate about Doctor Who.
Emotions ran high!  High is a relative term in this case, but the Emotions were running, leading to the elevation of anger, despair, malice, apprehension, and redemption.
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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Episode 37: The Mutants and Gallifrey: Intervention Earth

The Time Lords have coerced, no, that is too strong a word.  I don't believe the Doctor was forced to play delivery boy for his race of people on Gallifrey.  The Mutants by Dave Martin and Bob Baker is a Doctor Who story where strong themes of colonialism, which racism, class-ism, and all the other ism's rears its ugly head to say, "Hello."
The Marshall, who is hell bent on terraforming Earth colony planet Solos, is a character that comes off as quite despicable, but is this a man that is just trying to preserve and extend the life of the human race?

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Friday, April 28, 2017

The Network

Cheers to all of you.  I'm Ashford, one of the founders of the Wright On Network.  At the network, we want to bring you programming from a unique perspective. We deeply appreciate each and everyone one of you that tune into our podcasts.  Mark and I are having a blast with Feathers and Foes, a Birds of Prey podcast.  Although we are itching for the Gail Simone run, we are enjoy these "Early Bird" issues.  In addition, Straight Outta Gallifrey, a Doctor Who podcast where I and other podcasters discuss Doctor Who episodes that feature other Time Lords. We also talk about the Big Finish audio play Gallifrey.  And don't forget out new podcast to the network, The Batgirl Cassandra Cain podcast.  I'm really excited about this one.  Jackie joins me on this one, and the two of us are loving this character, and chronically the character's growth is going to be rewarding.

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