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.
Searching for that perfect gift for the geek in your life? Join the boys as they move through their nerdy comic Christmas list. Stay tuned for a discussion of the Netflix Punisher series. Happy holidays from your favorite podcast nerds!
The boys close out Thorvember with a discussion of art and theology. What more could you expect after readying the first to volumes of Jason Aaron and Esad Ribic’s run on Thor God of Thunder? Oh, and happy 3rd year anniversary to all the listeners out there!
They went, they saw, and now they talk Thor Ragnarok. Dan McCloy joins the boys for the start of Thorvember to discuss the ins and outs of Marvel’s newest smash film.
It is a dark and stormy podcast… as Josh and Trav discuss which comic books would make the best horror movies, and which unlikely comics could make for a good spooky movie. They end with the most terrifying story of all… Riverdale talk.
In honor of the spookiest month on the calendar, the boys dive into Mike Mignola’s masterpiece Hellboy, Volume 1: The Seed of Destruction. Allen Strawbridge joins the podcast to discuss the ins and outs of this gothic comic classic.
Greetings sport’s fans. In this variant, the boys tap into their masculine sides and discuss which comic book properties would make the best sport franchise and/or mascot. Also, tune into hear Josh talk about his new comic book project. All this and more!
Are the Flintstones relevant again? Hear what the boys have to say as they break down Mark Russell’s satirical take on the modern stone-age family. Guest Marco Almeida.
3-peat guest Mark Poland returns to talk girls. Specifically the girls that populate Neil Gaiman’s graphic novel “How to Talk to Girls at Parties”. Tune in to discover how well the geek icon captures teenage boy angst.