As you settle down to carve that jack-o-lantern this year, grab a pumpkin porter and put this podcast in your ear. Dan McCloy returns to discuss Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale’s classic Batman arc, The Long Halloween. Spoiler, one of the gang declares this their favorite Batman story. Listen to find out who.
In this episode, Josh embarks on a quest in search of the geekiest interview. Along his journey, he encounters Andrew Maclean who discusses everything “Head Lopper” related in addition to what it is like putting out a quarterly comic. The adventure doesn’t end there as Josh and his roguishly wily podcast partner Travis delve into…
What a “long STRANGE trip it’s been” to get to this podcast, but the guys finally did their reading of Jason Aaron’s take on Dr. Strange, and they are here to give you the breakdown. What do the guys like to see in their magical comic characters? You’ll have to listen to find out.
Josh attempts to rejuvenate Travis’s geeky passions as the comic book summer season comes to a close by discussing the best version of Batman for Batman Day, as well as the pros and cons of a Star Wars tv series. Things get interesting when the guys discuss what Fanboy movie they most want to see…
Make sure you have your Advil handy cause this episode is sure to leave you hungover! In this joint venture, Anthony, of the 100 Brews website, and Sobek, your friendly neighborhood barfly, join the show to talk about Jonathan Hennessey’s graphic novel on the history of beer. Cheers mates!
Before the guys kickoff on their Kickstarter discussion about what comics they are funding, the boys find out if “Civil War” holds up on second viewing. Also, find out if Josh thinks “The Killing Joke” lives up to the hype.
In this corner…with a combined weight of 300 pounds of total nerdiness… Josh and Travis of Comic Exposure. And their graphic novel of the week, Box Brown’s biographic comic… Andre the Giant: Life and Legend! Commentating in this week’s episode, special guest…Brent Wolverton. LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!
You want to get nuts? Let’s get nuts as Josh and Trav give their take on the Suicide Squad movie. Plus, find out what excites the guys about Rogue 1. Also, it wouldn’t be a variant if we didn’t check up on what Josh has got in his pull box!
Grab the keys to your Delorean because on this episode the guys take a trip back to the 80’s to discuss Brian K. Vaughan’s and Cliff Chiang’s series Paper Girls. Riding shotgun on this nostalgic journey is Travis’s sister, Mindy Moed. 80’s references and sibling rivalry are sure to ensue!
Your favorite nerds discuss dream novel to comic adaptions before Josh goes one-on-one with comic writer/artist Jeremy Massie. Hear his creative origin story as well as creator insight into his graphic novel, All My Ghosts.