Hosts: Nick Kleinsteuber, Jonny Botsch, Chloe Botsch Here’s a little mini cast until Travis gets better; Topics include, Jonny’s Book Pick of the Week; Alone by Cinebook. Batman’s new Crossover. Grant Morrison’s confusing reading chronology for his Batman run.
Hosts: Jonny Botsch, Jordan Commandeur, Travis Kutt, Nick Kleinsteuber, Tony Albrecht Topics this week include: -Our TV Show Pick of the Week: Fresh Off The Boat -Afroman punches people off his stage -Our friend Ben has returned from Japan bringing gifts:) Happy Birthday Buddy! -Charles Soule’s run on SheHulk comes to an end:( -Birdman -Is…
Posted by Jonny in / March 6, 2015 /Leave a comment
Tags: 2015, Afro man, Aliens, Aquaman, Bird man, Brian Michael Bendis, Clint Eastwood, DC Comics, Fresh Off the Boat, Grant Morrison, Jason Momoa, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Jonny Botsch, Jordan Commandeur, Marvel, Michael Keaton, Multiversity, Neill Blomkamp, Nick Kleinsteuber, Nightcrawler, Podcast, SheHulk, Tony Albrecht, Travis Kutt
Hosts: Travis Kutt, Nick Kleinsteuber, Jonny Botsch -Superior Spiderman overview, specifically of the collected editions. Find out why. -Book Pick of the Week, Winter Soldier Bitter March TPB -Guardians of the Galaxy on the second viewing… -Multiversity #1 and what’s so cool about it. -Nick brings in his ultimate nerd collectible for a Marvel fanboy.
Posted by Jonny in / September 4, 2014 /Leave a comment
Tags: Bitter March, DC Comics, Grant Morrison, Guardians of the Galaxy, Jonny Botsch, Multiversity, Nick Kleinsteuber, Rick Remender, Superior Spiderman, Travis Kutt, Winter Soldier
Get two different reviews on this one issue!
Given Bruce Wayne’s death and subsequent absence from current events in the DCU, given that it’s now Dick Grayson in the tights, and taking into account this little identity shift under the cowl; it makes complete sense that DC has released this new collection of stories all focusing on someone else standing in for Bruce…
Fables, League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Marvel 1985, recently Unwritten and now Joe the Barbarian all bring fictitious characters that we know into (a still fictitious) real world situation. The question will be whether or not Grant Morrison can put enough of an interesting spin on this idea to keep it fresh. His collaborator Sean Murphy…