Garth Ennis returned to write the Punisher and Josh and Travis return to talk about it. What makes this robotic revenge machine so enduring, and what does Ennis bring to the character that no one else can? Tune in to find out!
Grab your tinfoil hats and hop onboard the conspiracy train as Travis, Josh, and guest (Dr. Dan) read and discuss James Tynion and Martin Simmonds’ new series “The Department of Truth”. Listen to what has the boys so intrigued about this title.
Just in case you haven’t had your fill of Synder cut reviews, Josh and Trav throw their opinions to the airways. In addition, with “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” out, it is time to look at which company are Marvel properties in better hands with for TV shows: Netflix or Disney.
It’s time to talk about the coolest conjurer in comics: Constantine. Gabbie Buckley joins the boys to discuss Tom Taylor’s new D.C. Black Label version of Hellblazer. What makes this salty Brit magician so cool? Tune in as we discuss his devilish affairs in “Rise and Fall”.
Josh and Travis fill in a Hulk-sized hole in the comic book reading with Al Ewing and Joe Bennet’s “Immortal Hulk” Volume 1. Just why has the Hulk eluded the boys for so long? What elements seem essential to the Hulk? And will the guys read more? Tune in and find out.
Gabby joins her husband Josh to pod it up for this special Valentine’s day show, but how secure is this nerdy relationship? Will it last through reviews of “Willy’s Wonderland” and “Wanda Vision”? Tune in to find out!
Do you prefer your thieves “soft boiled” or “hard boiled”? This week Josh and Travis discuss Darwyn Cooke’s illustrated adaption of Richard Stark’s novel “Slayground”. The novel shows a true illustrated action craftsman at work.
What do the creative talents of Scott Snyder and Charles Soule have to contribute to the genre of post-apocalyptic comics? Tune into this episode to find out as Josh and Trav talk world building versus character building, coloring, and much more.
In the last episode of 2020, Josh and Travis look back at the books they read this year and talk about their favorite stories, art, and surprises. Happy New Year!
This week we read Daniel Johnson’s post-apocalyptic take on Wonder Woman. Things get monstrously barbaric in this amazonian tale!