Movie Reviews for Comic Fans: Wizards

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Wizards is an animated movie from around 1977 made by smutty cartoon innovator, Ralph Bakshi. Y’know…the Fritz the Cat guy (and for you true geeks, the force behind the deliciously insane second/third seasons of the 60s Spiderman cartoon). It’s the story of these two wizards who fight this war in […]

Pokemon Generational Analysis CONCLUSION

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Ah, so we’ve reached the end, my friends. My region-by-region review of the Pokemon franchise has pulled into its final destination, the Kalos region. How will it stack up against the rest of the series? First, let’s go to the recap: Region analysis is my attempt at judging each of […]

The Adventures of Mind-Man

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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 […]

Stew’s Reviews: Deadpool

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You know, it’s been a few weeks since I reviewed something I really, really enjoyed and could unabashedly recommend without hesitation. We’ve been bopping around the 4-7 spectrum for a while on these ratings, and I feel that you deserve a better class of comic book. Yeah, I’m going to […]

Show 5.15.18: Tex Mex Sandwich

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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?

Show 5.8.18: My Marvel Stock is Worthless

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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.