It wouldn’t be trailer season without your two favorite nerds weighing in. This week Josh and Trav give their thoughts on Thor Ragnarok and Last Jedi trailers.
On this Easter weekend podcast, the boys make a deal with the devil to get their hands on Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips Kill or be Killed volume 1 trade. Listen to the boys discuss the power of Brubaker’s narration and the sublime facial renderings of Sean Phillips. Comic newbie, April Kelley, joins in to…
Hansel Moreno is the writer of Galahad and the Far Off Horizon. A 130 page collection of five stories, set in a fantastical world of witches, golems, and magical creatures. Listen to Josh’s interview with Hansel and then go check out his work at http://hanselmoreno.com/. Or go directly to his kickstarter support page and through…
The third podcast amigo, Gabbi Buckley, is back in the saddle with the boys a they review the modern day Western that is Logan as well as a lengthy discussion on the pros and cons of Netflix’s Iron Fist. Oh… and you best believe we top off the show with a little Riverdale talk.
Thou shalt covet this podcast on Jason Aaron and r.m. Guera’s biblical re-imagining of Cain. Your favorite comic cherubs discuss the blending of gore and many many curse words into the world of two well-known Christian figures, Cain and Noah. Did Jason Aaron stick the landing? Guest Aaron Warner joins in on this theological discussion.
Josh grabs the stick to fly this “pod ship” solo for an insightful interview with “Pineville” comic creator, Darryl Mansel. Hear all about Darryl’s project then go check it out on Comixology!
The guys turn the tables and expose themselves this week…to manga comics. Guest Roscoe Conklin returns to discuss “I am Hero”, the first volume of Kengo Hanizawa’s zombie epic. Listen as they discuss everything from Japanese culture to “wood” eating zombies.
Love is in the air as Josh’s wife (and former podcast guest) Gabbi Buckley, joins the boys for a rousing romantic conversation about dating nerds, how to hide nerdy paraphernalia, and what Batman is like in bed!
The guys go bananas in this week’s episode as they discuss Brahm Revel’s indie comic series Guerillas. Join the duo “in country” as they explore everything from machine gun totting apes to Master P. Guest Allen Strawbridge.
In this variant, the boys discuss everything from T to V, including the new Riverdale series from CW, X-men show announcement, Powerless, and more. They also take a stab at answering the question “Has comic book television jumped the shark?”. What are you watching?