Guest Dan McCloy joins Josh and Travis in a high-flying podcast adventure into comic book history as they analyze Frank Miller’s classic run on Daredevil.
Josh and Travis ponder the multiverse and all its ups and downs as well as the dilemma of finding quality time with their comics.
The show’s first female guest gets cross-examined by Josh and Travis about She-Hulk:Law and Disorder. You want the podcast? You can’t handle the podcast!
In this economically sound variant episode, Josh and Travis contemplate the pros and cons of buying from their local comic shops. Also, get the guy’s opinion on some of the most popular comic book television shows.
Josh and Travis get philosophical with their guest Jeremy as they dive deep into the relationship between fathers and sons, memories, and life. Remember: no one can see you cry in the ocean!
Variant Episode 1: Amazing Arizona Comic Con, Kirkman, Vaughan The first of the guy’s “non-trade” issues. Josh and Trav recap their adventures at Amazing Con and discuss to two writers they are really digging right now.
Josh and Travis invite Chris into the pod-cave to examine what the essential elements of a Batman story are and if Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s “Zero Year” story lives up to the hype.
God Hates Astronauts sends guest Ryan Furman into orbit. Will Josh and Travis join forces to bring Ryan back down to earth, or will Ryan Browne’s comic divide our podcaster’s opinions? Tune in to find out.
Josh and Travis unlock the plot to Joe Hill’s Locke and Key: Welcome to Lovecraft. Special guest Anthony joins our hosts to give his first comic book review.
Josh and Travis unpack the journey of Jesse Custer and a butt-load of 90’s references and Americana.