The best part about comic book club episodes is that sometimes you stumble upon a real sweet treat. Join the boys as they talk Terry Moore’s 10 issue series: Motor Girl. Take the superhero vehicle challenge and then settle in shotgun as Josh and Travis pour through this humorous and touching tale.
Josh and Travis hop into their DeLorean back to the 1980s to uncover the comic treasure that is Frank Miller’s Daredevil: Love and War. Listen as Josh gives the history of these quirky magazine issues and gushes over Bill Sienkiewicz’s art.
The long awaited discussion of the 90’s X Men Cartoon takes place now! But first listen to the guys discuss Ed Piskor’s epic retelling of the X Men history in “Grand Design” and play a rousing edition of “real or fake mutant”.
In this episode, Travis sits down with the writer of “Bleen”, Jon Colunga to talk about the writing process and the challenges in turning a story into graphic novel form. Bleen purchase on Amazon Bleen on Caliber Comics
It’s a Jeff Lemire kind of summer! The boys dig into the first volume of Black Hammer. They discuss the ingredients for makes a comic “indie” as well as play a rousing game of “Black Superhero or Band”.
After taking a few months off so Josh could save education, the boys are back and they have a lot of catching up to do. Hear their thoughts on the biggest summer comic blockbusters so far as well as what your favorite nerds have been reading during their hiatus.
No title is more revered in X-Men lore than The Dark Phoenix Saga. With the help of guest Jonathon Town, the boys delve into this classic comic tome to determine whether the hype is worth the read.
Grab your baguettes and plug in your best pair of headphones because the boys are back in your ears to discuss Hadrian’s Wall, a sci-fi noir comic with a very French creative team. Five time guest and horror fanatic Freddy Pinon jumps genres and joins Travis and Josh to discuss this eight issue series.
In this episode, Josh and Travis sum up their favorite and not-so-favorite podcast reads of 2017 as well as the television and movies they enjoyed. What were your favorites!?
2 guys do a podcast where they discuss 4 Kids Walk into a Bank. If you’re a fan of heist stories check out Rosenberg’s work. Josh and Travis discuss the story’s humor, plot, and art. Pick up your copy from Black Mask and prepare to laugh.