Monday, October 24, 2016

Logan and Morecast

New "Logan" trailer! New "Star Wars: Rogue One" trailer! New "Guardians of the Galaxy" teaser! People seem to like "Doctor Strange"! Jon seems to hate eggs! All this plus a goodbye to Kevin Meaney and Steve Dillon.

Monday, October 17, 2016

Raquel D Apice

The author of "Welcome to the Club" is here! Jon and Raquel discuss balancing parenthood and stand-up comedy, getting less than four hours sleep a night and trying to make friends with entire families just to have a conversation with an adult.

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Luke Cagecast

Sweet Christmas in October! Jon and Steven cover the Marvel series which crashed Netflix on its release, the blaxploitation homage of the series and inspiration for the comic, why white people should shut up, how the new Iron Fist trailer will affect the character and when Steven will watch episode 9. Plus, NYCC news!

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Sam Johnson

From the UK comes the creator of "Geek Girl"! Sam Johnson talks the first issue of his new series, his love of the Doom Patrol and how flawless characters are the least interesting. Plus, a tale of 24 hour comic days, refrigerator specs and food poisoning.

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Ghost Ridercast

Ghost Rider has moved from two failed films to guest appearances on "Agents of SHIELD". Jon and Steven try to discuss the character and Marvel Comics history with horror, but are more excited by Doctor Strange. Also, how Marvel's cinematic universe is actually three separate universes, Batman Day and Norm Macdonald.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Harry Potter and the Cursed Childcast

There's a new Harry Potter book! Kinda. David Brown stops by with a detailed review. Is it "Harry Potter: the Next Generation"? Or some weird time-wimey fan faction? Why is it a play and not a movie? And what does that mean for the actual Potterverse movie "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"? Plus, why it's all like Batman.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Star Trek 50thcast

"Star Trek" turns 50! Bill Monroe is back to talk how a franchise can remain timeless yet be a product of its era, how the new show will define its future and how it compares to that the long running sci fi tv franchise, "Doctor Who".