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Apr 29, 2021

This episode was originally broadcast on May 8, 2014.

Once again, the boys go without a net on this one and land straight into a talk about Marvel’s Marvel Unlimited app. What’s good? What’s bad? How much more are they reading from the a la carte service than they would from pay-per-issue Comixology? And how has...


Apr 15, 2021

The lads finally dive into a longform discussion of Sam Kieth's The Maxx by looking at the less-heralded latter issues of the title. Do they continue the success of the MTV-cartoon-adapted front dozen? Do they still hold up all these years later? Are they overlooked gems, or just something that should...


Feb 11, 2021

All twelve issues have hit Marvel Unlimited, so it's time for the long-threatened deep dive into the smash hit of 2019: House of X/Powers of X by Jonathan Hickman, Pepe Larraz, and R.B. Silva!

Greg's thoughts on the book are well-documented on this show, but what about Mike? Did the book deliver on its promise for...


Feb 4, 2021

The time between the first comic being published and the first fan discussion of comics can probably be counted in seconds. From their debut in the early days of the last century, these slabs of words and pictures have stayed in lockstep with other pop culture phenomena in generating a fandom so strong that it not only...


Dec 24, 2020

Trying to decide the first graphic novel ever is nigh impossible, but thankfully, trying to figure out the first comic book made on a computer is much easier: Mike Saenz’s Shatter! Well, sort of . . .

Mike & Greg take a trip to the primordial past of digital comics to check out three early examples of comics created...