First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith tackle their first “Not Top” Ten as they let their geek rage out over the Worst Things ever done to Spider-Man.
Second, the gang reviews the Fred Van Lente’s Fantastic Funny Pages Encyclopedia Extraordinaire namely called “Comic Book History of Comics”.
First, The Ghosts deliver another one of their patented spoileriffic movie reviews of the Merc with the Mouth latest cinematic chimichanga, Deadpool 2!
Second, we start to get pumped up for the release of the latest Star Wars movie with a Read pile review of Charles Soule’s Darth Vader fueled “Imperial Machine” Trade Paperback!
Ever since last week’s podcast, in which we introduced one of our new panelists, JA Scott, there’s been some buzz around some comments made about a comic book series that was done by JA and myself back in the mid 90s while we were still in high school. As someone […]
Rookie Zach Josebeck returns to the fold for a good ol’ fashioned Current Events segment as the Ghosts talk on Ant Man, Infinity War, and Ultraviolet Lanterns.
In our second segment, the gang read pile reviews Joshua Corin and Todd Nauck’s Digital Deadpool Release: Too Soon? Will it be more zany fun from the Merc with the Mouth or something best left dead?
We welcome Ghost Host, Andy Larson’s cousin, JA Scott, on to the show for the first time. JA has some stories to tell including the perils of buying Marvel Stock, trading custom figures for comic swag, the best ways to ape John Buscema art, and picks for favorite comic book “scrubs”. These “D” list characters get no love normally, but we are giving them a chance to shine on this week’s show.
What’s better than Christmas and Your Birthday rolled up into one? Why it’s FREE COMIC BOOK DAY!! Join Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith as they highlight some of the best picks you can get at this year’s event! Special Thanks to Phantom of the Attic of […]
The host with the most ghostness, Andy Larson, is joined by Ghost regulars, Rob Stewart and Chad Smith, as they first throw down in a winner take all slobberknocker as they debate: “Who is the Greatest X-Man ever?”
Second, the group has a comics style brainstorming session as they discuss which comic book characters they would trade to different companies if they could?