Sunday, June 25, 2017

Movingcast

We're joining the Radio Misfits Podcast network! We discuss what this means for you and how to make sure you don't miss an episode. Plus, the Han Solo movie goes to hell.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

Bad Dadcast

It's Father's Day! So why do so many dads in comics suck? Jon, Steven and Stu McLean discuss the dead dads, the evil dads and the ones that run away to space. Also, why do we cling to lame characters that everyone else hates?

Sunday, June 11, 2017

Adam Westcast

Adam West has passed away at age 88. Jon and Steven discuss his slow burning comeback, the unsold pilot from Conan O'Brien "Lookwell" and how he was everyone's introduction to superheroes. Also, the "Black Panther" trailer and Joss Whedon remakes "Justice League".

Sunday, June 4, 2017

Wonder Woman

Two months ago it was called a "trainwreck". Now they say "Wonder Woman" is the best DC movie ever. Jon, Steven, Lisa Brown and Tina Canfield weigh in. They discuss editing choices in the third act, how faithfully the script reflects 75 years of the character and if DC is finally catching up to example Marvel has set. Plus, news about a member of the show.

Monday, May 29, 2017

Alternate Realitycast

After a lengthy discussion on how Joss Whedon can affect "Justice League" months before its release, Jon, Steven and Davis Miller look into alternate reality comics. Are they a chance to stretch creatively or a waste of effort in terms of continuity? Is "The Age of Apocalypse" the biggest "What If" story ever? Also, why did "CBR" turned into clickbait?

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Alien Covenant

Ridley Scott returns once again to the Alien franchise! Jon and Steven discuss the connections to "Prometheus", the foolish decisions of characters in horror prequels and just why the director decided to make a third Alien film instead of the second "Blade Runner". Plus, Hellboy gets a reboot.

Monday, May 15, 2017

Karl Kesel

Karl Kesel is bringing back his creator owned series after 17 years! He and Tom Grummett are rereleasing the three issues of their Image series "Section Zero" and completing the story as a Kickstarter graphic novel. Jon discusses the history of the series with the legendary artist, the tone he brings to work like "Superboy" and "Fantastic Four" and how to write and ink the same book without losing it.