Dan McCloy joins the boys to snap his claws into some classic Wolverine. Listen as the boys talk everything Logan as they explore the tentpole first four issues of Claremont and Miller’s run on Wolverine.
It’s team for another Marvelous Summer Pitch Club. This team we are pitching our story ideas for a “Marvel Team-Up series. Guest Freddy Pinon enters the pitching arena to give us his take on a classic Marvel Team-Up series.
The boys go full bayou this episode as they discuss everything Gambit. Listen as to the guys gab on Gambit after reading Gambit Classics: Volume One as part of their Marvelous Summer Reading series.
Allen Strawbridge rises from his coffin to talk all things Blade as the boys continue to dive into classic marvel tales during their Marvelous Summer reading series. Has Blade been getting the short end of the stake these last few decades? Tune in to find out!
The boys jump back into their childhood to read some of McFarlane’s run on Spider-Man in this Masques collection book club episode. Will the bad boy of comics stand the test of time?
In this Marvelous Summer series Pitch Club, Josh and Travis assemble their Avengers’ teams and pitch their story arcs. Who would make your team?
The boys kick off their “Marvelous Summer” of Marvel reads with going back to the basics with Avengers: Kree Skrull War. Listen to hear how Roy Thomas sets the template for what Marvel events would become.
Friend of the show, Andrea Consalvi, joins the boys this episode as they journey into the boggy world of Irish crime in Declan Shalvey and Gavin Fullerton’s original graphic novel: Bog Bodies.
In this week’s variant, Josh and Travis discuss the benefits of marathon movie viewing. Josh breaks down his experience with a marathon viewing of the MCU movies and Travis Tackles the Bond films. Plus, stay tuned to hear what the boys are reading.
Next stop on the podcast:hell! Josh and Travis dive into a classic Vertigo title with Lucifer: Book One on this episode of the podcast. Listen to what the boys think of Mike Carey’s take on Sandman’s Lucifer character and the assortment of artistic talent attached to this collection.