In the last episode of 2020, Josh and Travis look back at the books they read this year and talk about their favorite stories, art, and surprises. Happy New Year!
This week we read Daniel Johnson’s post-apocalyptic take on Wonder Woman. Things get monstrously barbaric in this amazonian tale!
It’s that time of the year! The annual cure for the holiday blues is stuffing your stockings with nerdy gifts and your ears with nerdy podcasts. Paper Girls Deluxe Edition Volume 1 Healey Made Figures Batman and Bill Superman’s Pal, Jimmy Olsen by Jack Kirby Savage T-shirt Conan Novel Hip Hop Family Tree Frank Miller’s…
Dr. Dan “The Batman Fan” comes on to talk about Superman and the Klan as the boys soar into an “all ages book”. What lessons will these middle age men learn from this book? Tun in to find out!
Josh helps Travis remember 80’s arcades. And then the boys tackle the first episode of Mandalorian Season 2. Also, it wouldn’t be a comic exposure variant unless Dune is mentioned. We do not disappoint.
Josh and Travis are on the case! This week’s mystery: why was everyone so crazy for Jessica Jones? The boys tackle another one of their comic book blindspots and give you their take on one of Bendis’ most celebrated stories.
Andrea “the Phoenix Queen of Halloween” joins the boys once again to kick off this season’s spooky book episode with Joe Hill’s first original property on D.C.’s Black Label “Hill House” imprint. Heads and laughs will roll in this review! Will this book become “the Halloween” staple book for the gang? Tune in to find…
Josh and Travis take a look at one of Judge Dredd’s most classic running story lines: America. Delve into the fascist dystopian world of John Wagner and Colin Macneil with the boys as they talk about this dark, violent, gender bending world.
It’s been done to Logan, Hawkeye, Conan, Batman, and even Bill and Ted. This episode Josh and Travis build out their pitches for their “old man treatment” stories. Listen to who the boys choose to age up and what adventures are to come.
Andrea returns for a Declan Shalvey repeat with his graphic novel Savage Town. This time we are talking all about the mean streets of Limerick City and all it’s excellent sweaters and track suites.