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Jul 30, 2020

This episode was originally broadcast on October 3, 2013.

In a time when so much attention is paid to 'heroes' who seem less and less deserving of the phrase, Mike and Greg take a look at a graphic novel telling the beginnings of a real-life crusader for truth and justice. March, the first in a planned trilogy from Top...


Jun 11, 2020

To followup on Mike's shelf pick last episode, we present this book discussion  originally broadcast on December 26, 2013.

This week the guys dive into a work that, courtesy of the good folks at Humanoids, was translated and released in English earlier this year. From the incredibly inventive minds of Pierre Gabus and...


May 21, 2020

Anthologies are a great way to introduce new work, new creators, even new ideas to a readership. For part two of this survey anthology discussion, the lads go to America’s attic with The Smithsonian Collection of Newspaper Comics by Blackbeard & Williams and then out on the mean streets with Paul Gravett’s The...


May 14, 2020

Anthologies are a great way to introduce new work, new creators, even new ideas to a readership. Mike and Greg spend the first half of this two-part book discussion looking at two anthologies whose mission statements are exactly that: Bell & Sinclair's Pictures and Words and the long-running Best American Comics series...


May 7, 2020

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 him?...