Show favorite Chris Moore mediates this polarizing discussion of Black Mask Studio’s hit graphic novel “We Can Never Go Home”. Grab your Walkmans and plug in as we talk super powers, punk rock, and the 1980s.
On a podcast far far away… Josh and Trav discuss the Rogue One teaser trailer and shoot the bull about convention season with “Mr. AZ Con” himself, Robert of Legion of Sand.
The guys explore two milestone books getting right to the source material for Batman Vs Superman. Get new impressions on classic books and take a walk down memory lane with Josh and Trav. Spoilers… someone dies!
In honor of Easter, the guys resurrect old comic book runs with new creative teams. Plus, we are talking with Alex Schumacher about publishing independent comics and his new book, The Guitarist.
Warning, listening to this episode may disrupt the space/time continuum, but as we learn from Mark Millar’s zany time traveling story…who cares.
The guys catchup on some comic shop talk before launching into an interview with the creative team behind Caliber comic’s graphic novel, The Shepherd. Hear Andrea Lorenzo Molinari, Roberto Xavier Molinari, and Cristobal Torres discuss the creation of The Shepherd and future of their creative passion.
Miles Davis ain’t got nothing on Tim Sale’s and Jeff Loeb’s Spider-Man run. Listen to the boys discuss the “love story” that is Spider-Man:Blue. Twitter guest (reallyfamous) brings the “feels” in this episode Spidey fans!
In this episode, Josh and Travis recap their time at Amazing Phoenix Con and have a “Frank” discussion about the world of independent comic publishers. Included in the episode is an interview with AA88 Press Co-founder Frank Mula.
Serial ain’t got nothing on this podcast! Get ready Freddy as the boys and their guest discuss Derf Backder’s passion project about his childhood with serial killer Jeff Dahmer.
The guys cast pods and spells in this magical first episode of 2016. Read Mike Carey and Peter Gross’s beginning to what has become an epic collection of trades, and hear guest Karie Richardson discuss her opinions on fantasy and storytelling.