On this episode, Jeff and I discuss KORG:70,000 B.C. #5, Reptilicus #1, Reptisaurus #5,6. Part 3 of our 4-part spotlight on Charlton Comics!
Can the Uncanniest X-Men squad save mutant healers from the Dark Riders?
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman #223,224, Blazing Six-Guns #2.
Reliance on the past prevents readers in the future.
Zoom is that guy, who's that other guy, on The Flash. Listen in!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss the controversial classic: 'Batman: the Killing Joke' by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland. New episodes of Comic Reflections (usually) appear twice each week, dedicated to talk about the Silver and Bronze Ages!
Scott Summers delivers a speech and ends human/ mutant hatred forever. Or... at least ten minutes.
On this week's show we read and discuss Kill Shakespeare, wherein the creations of the bard live together in a secret land, and much violence ensues.
The polls are open!!!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss My Love #37, Nick Fury, Agent of SHIELD #18, Beyond the Grave #2.
Which moment from a comic this week caught your interest?
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss The Fightin' 5 #29, Geronimo Jones #7, Hercules #9, Korg:70,000 B.C. #3. Part two of our four-part spotlight on Charlton Comics!
Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott join The Outhousers' Chris Lear for Part 3 of an in-depth conversation about their creator-owned series from Image Comics, Black Magick, where we talk about: working spaces, swords, whether you can separate an artist from their art, Disney, violence, and SO much more!
The creative team of BLACK stop by the Griot Vine to discuss the making of the book, the nitty gritty inspirations and experiences leading to its crafting, and thoughts on the various responses.
When million dollar entertainment corporations align their products, do they boost profit?
Interview with Eric Palicki on his new series, "Fake Empire,", being signed on with Darby Pop, Marvel, and some sound advice for writers.
Greg Rucka and Nicola Scott join The Outhousers' Chris Lear for Part 2 of an in-depth conversation about their creator-owned series from Image Comics, Black Magick, where we talk about: how Rowan and Alex style their magick, Rowan's family history, witch ethics, the Hammer, and expensive houses.
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