This week the discussion is focused on unpopular comic book opinions. Next week's guest is Bleeding Cool's Rich Johnston.
Ryan Reynolds and Robert Downey Jr. lead the pack.
Not again! The line must be drawn here! This far, no further!
Although I can't watch this video I am confident that there is much stabbing
A major shocking announcement from Shane O'Mac and a steel cage match for the Women's Title!
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Thor #230, 242, 249, Archie’s Girls Betty and Veronica #136.
It's like meeting the older, less famous version of yourself.
Miles Morales is coming to the big screen.
It's time for the Rangers to take on a classic sci-fi trope.
In a super suspenseful issue, we see the ways Coach Boss is secretly losing grip.
JASON INMAN, ASHLEY VICTORIA ROBINSON AND BEN MATSUYA LAUNCH KICKSTARTER FOR “JUPITER JET” MINI SERIES
The Defenders hang out on cars. Batman and The Flash love buttons. Jesus wants his sword. Listen in!
Two weeks out from the Royal Rumble, we get a 6-man brawl, the reading of a diary and interruptions, interruptions, interruptions!
Beginning in April, all DC customers will be paying a $1 surcharge in aide of the digital minority.
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Superman’s Girl Friend, Lois Lane #77 (an 80-Page Giant!)
Covers and preview pages for Aquaman #15, Cave Carson HACE #4 and Superman #15.
Man, that goalie is freaking pissed at that sinful teenager!
The more attention we give this property the more legitimate this high level of suckitude becomes.
Previews for two Image Comics titles on sale January 18.
We've got the EXXXCLUSIVE cookbook reveal!
Eleanor & the Egret is steampunk technology, talking animals and art thieves.
A solid and grappling read with visceral art to keep you engaged and hooked.
Unlike Fox's X-Men tv show.
Enough about me, what about you?
On this episode, Jeff and I discuss Thor #166, 213, 228, & Archie Giant Series Magazine #457.
Just another reason America is awesome.
It's a classic game of telephone.
No, it will no chronicle him investigating the downward spiral of his films and where he stopped giving a fuck. I mean he really should. Instead, it'll be a six-part series on the evolution of the sci-fi genre.
Is this the future of comics?