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Feb 15, 2024

Today’s episode is the first of three looking at the best Superman stories of the Seventies to the mid-Eighties with the DC3Cast’s very own Vince Ostrowski! Vince & Greg dive into what makes the Superman of this era different than his more modern incarnation and start giving you gem after gem of Super-Tales of the...


Oct 28, 2021

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...


Sep 23, 2021

This episode was originally broadcast on January 15, 2015.

 

People often say there is a single line between fantasy and reality. But in Farel Dalrymple's "The Wrenchies", there are just as many lines between different realities as there are on the pages themselves. Described by Multiversity Comics' own Matthew...


Sep 2, 2021

This episode was originally broadcast on April 10, 2014.

Counterculture and Madison Avenue collide in the topic of this week's episode: the Denis Kitchen/Stan Lee-conceived Comix Book! Greg and Mike take a look at the recent collection of the best of that magazine's six issues, from 1974 to 1976, put out by the Kitchen...


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...