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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...


Dec 3, 2020

Graphic novels may be all the rage, but the art of turning prose into comix is one many publishers are finding just slightly easier than turning lead into gold. From the early days of Classics Illustrated right up until today, Mike & Greg take a look at five novel-to-comics adaptations to get a better understanding of...


Nov 26, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on September 10, 2015.

Black Ops Sports Team. That was the pitch for X-Force as part of the spring 2001 relaunch of the X-Men line, stuck somewhere next to the trinity of Morrison's New, Casey's Uncanny, and Claremont's X-Treme titles. A Vertigo mainstay and an indie cartoonist...


Sep 24, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on March 5, 2015.

Thirty-eight years of continuous weekly publication has given Judge Dredd fans a huge back catalog of stories to choose from. Mike & Greg flex some Multiver-City One muscles in this episode and take an in-depth look at Judge Dredd: America, the shattering tale by...


Sep 3, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on May 14, 2015.

When you think about cartoonist journalists, the first (and probably only) name that comes to mind is almost always Joe Sacco. And for good reason, because the man has been using his cartoonist skills in the service of in-depth reporting for over 20 years.

This...