Welcome to a special Grind House episode where Josh and Trav read two graphic novels that are a little off center. Up first is DANIEL WARREN JOHNSON’s very metal comic “Murder Falcon” followed by C.S Baker and Shaky Kane’s “Last Driver”.
Josh and Trav catchup on what they have been reading since the last comic book club episode as well as throw their opinions on Marvel’s Disney Plus series into the ring.
Do you like police procedurals? Do you like Batman? Of course you do! The question is have you read Greg Rucka and Ed Brubaker’s Gotham Central? Come on a ride along with Josh and Travis as they discuss the first volume of this cop drama.
In this all Animal Man double issue, Josh and Travis delve into two famous arcs of this less-than-well-known hero: 1980’s Grant Morrison and the New 52 Jeff Lemire.
It’s a grab bag of topics in this episode as the boys talk Keanu Reeves and Spiderman as well as ask several questions such as which historical figures would make for good comic subjects.
The truth is out there, but your favorite podcast is right here! Join the boys as they discuss the Aliens franchise through dissecting James Stokoe’s graphic novel Aliens: Dead Orbit.
Josh and Trav swamp it up on this week’s comic book club as they delve into Alan Moore’s run on Swamp Thing. What’s it like reading a historical comic run decades after its release? Tune in and find out.
On this variant episode, Josh and Trav talk about their favorite and upcoming “beach reads” for summer. Buts thats not all folks! Here what the boys think about the Watchmen series trailer, Spider-Man “Far From Home” and what really is the deal with multi-verses.
Allen Strawbridge joins the boys fresh off a Marvel marathon to talk everything MCU. In preparation for “End Game” your favorite nerds reminisce about some of their favorite moments that got us to this point.
Calling all animal friendly comic fans. Have you heard of Aftershock Comic’s hit title Animosity? Either had Travis and Josh before diving into this fun animal, apocalyptic, road trip story by Marguerite Bennett and artist Rafael de Latorre. Read the trade and prepare for a howling-good time!