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Category: DC

Doom Patrol Season 1 Review

Hey Folks! Welcome to you Monday morning and another review by your faithful servant in terms of all things geek related, Andy Larson. However, unlike my typical comic book post […]

Stew’s Reviews: Return of Superman

I covered the Death of Superman a few months back, and I had previously forgotten that, while it may not be an objectively well-made book, I really did enjoy it. […]

Do You Remember: The Hangmen?

The Hangmen are so beautifully Jobber-y. DC is quite lacking in memorable Jobbers, often creating sub-par “serious” villains that are nonetheless recurring (most of Wonder Woman’s Rogues Gallery is like […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Justice League, A New Beginning

As the Host with the Most of the world's 9999th most popular comic related podcast and blog, I'm nothing if not a stickler for ensuring our content coincides with major events going on in the comic book world. Well, scratch that, I attempt to ensure the content coincides, but let's be honest, for anyone that's listened to one of our shows will attest, Stew and Chad have their own agendas, and try as I might, you can only lead a horse to water so many times before finding out it's really a donkey.

Stew’s Reviews: New Gods

I get why reboots in comics have to be a thing, I guess. It’s 2019, so the idea that middle-aged-but-still-near-his-physical-prime Tony Stark was an adult during the Vietnam War doesn’t […]

Stew’s Reviews: Flash War

Here’s the thing: for a guy who who write a weekly review article on comic books—for a guy who has a friggin’ comic book podcast—I read precious few comic books. […]

Chad Reads Things: Batman #37

After reading Mr. Miracle by Tom King and Mitch Gerards, my podcast pal Andy and I had a philosophical difference of opinion. Whereas I was prepped and ready to use […]

Andy’s Current Favorites: March 2019

Today’s post was requested by my brother, Ethan, when he said: “I gotta see more some Japanese Manga on these things. I thought we turned a corner a month ago when […]