It’s been done to Logan, Hawkeye, Conan, Batman, and even Bill and Ted. This episode Josh and Travis build out their pitches for their “old man treatment” stories. Listen to who the boys choose to age up and what adventures are to come.
Andrea returns for a Declan Shalvey repeat with his graphic novel Savage Town. This time we are talking all about the mean streets of Limerick City and all it’s excellent sweaters and track suites.
Join us for a D.C. packed variant as Josh and Travis discuss the D.C. Fandome. Oh wait… that’s not enough, okay. Well, stay tuned as the boys talk The Sandman audio book and The Batman Animated Series in the newest variant episode.
From podcast to comic book, this episode Josh and Travis dust off their twelve-sided dice and roll out a critique of the McElroy’s table-top game comic book The Adventure Zone.
It’s been a Marvelous Summer for the boys and as they come to an end of their Marvelous reading series, the boys look back on what they have learned about Marvel comics.
Dan McCloy joins the boys to snap his claws into some classic Wolverine. Listen as the boys talk everything Logan as they explore the tentpole first four issues of Claremont and Miller’s run on Wolverine.
It’s team for another Marvelous Summer Pitch Club. This team we are pitching our story ideas for a “Marvel Team-Up series. Guest Freddy Pinon enters the pitching arena to give us his take on a classic Marvel Team-Up series.
The boys go full bayou this episode as they discuss everything Gambit. Listen as to the guys gab on Gambit after reading Gambit Classics: Volume One as part of their Marvelous Summer Reading series.
Allen Strawbridge rises from his coffin to talk all things Blade as the boys continue to dive into classic marvel tales during their Marvelous Summer reading series. Has Blade been getting the short end of the stake these last few decades? Tune in to find out!
The boys jump back into their childhood to read some of McFarlane’s run on Spider-Man in this Masques collection book club episode. Will the bad boy of comics stand the test of time?