Dan McCloy joins our heroes on a road trip to Amazing Con Las Vegas. Hear the boys talk about what it is like nerding it up in the city of sin as well as their experience meeting Stan Lee.
The boys say their goodbyes to Adam West while taking a peek into his utility belt. Also, stay tuned for thoughts on Riverdale and the Black Panther trailer.
The comrades gather in their fortress of “Poditude” to discuss Mark Millar’s classic Superman tale “Red Son”. Find out each of our guest’s favorite elseworld’s character is as well as trying to answer the question: “Why does everyone hate Superman?”.
This week, Allen Strawbridge joins your podcast pals to discuss Guardians “Volume 2” as well as a host of CW comic shows. Tune in for this grab bag of geeky goodness,
The boys pool their Moon Knight knowledge to discuss Lemire, Smallwood, and Bellaire’s run on the character. Luckily Moon Knight fan and comic critic, Brent Jackson, returns to shed a little moonlight on Moon Knight for the guys. See if you agree with our take on the trade and check out Brent Jackson’s comic reviews…
This week Travis sits down for a virtual coffee with writer and filmmaker Charles Chester. Listen as Charles breaks down what he loves about the storytelling process as well as his major influences. Don’t forget to grab his series Boy Zero available on comic digital platforms. Boy Zero on ComiXology
What happens when you take an Avenger and mash him up with Kevin Spacey in American Beauty? You get Tom King and Gabriel Walta’s two volume run on The Vision. Josh and Travis discuss several of the layers in this deeply insightful take on a superhero.
It wouldn’t be trailer season without your two favorite nerds weighing in. This week Josh and Trav give their thoughts on Thor Ragnarok and Last Jedi trailers.
On this Easter weekend podcast, the boys make a deal with the devil to get their hands on Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Kill or be Killed volume 1 trade. Listen to the boys discuss the power of Brubaker’s narration and the sublime facial renderings of Sean Phillips. Comic newbie, April Kelley, joins in to…
Hansel Moreno is the writer of Galahad and the Far Off Horizon. A 130 page collection of five stories, set in a fantastical world of witches, golems, and magical creatures. Listen to Josh’s interview with Hansel and then go check out his work at http://hanselmoreno.com/. Or go directly to his kickstarter support page and through…