Hello to all you boys in the backroom! A boring night for baseball yesterday turned into an excuse to finally finish up this week’s read pile entry: Batman and the Mad Monk written and drawn by Matt Wagner of Grendel/Mage fame. This book is a retelling of one of my […]
So one of my roles here at Ghosts Of The Stratosphere is that of “idea man”. Andy does all the heavy lifting, hosting and putting together the shows; Chad is charming and witty. and makes us worth listening to. Me? I have Dropbox document pages full of lists, versus, debates, […]
It’s time for another fantastic entry from Andy Larson’s never ending comic read pile. As I’ve been a little Marvel heavy in recent weeks given the Infinity War countdown, I thought I’d shift over to the other of the big 2, DC. For the most part, I’m not a huge […]
The Ghosts took a moment to do a live broadcast of their podcast recording on Facebook yesterday to celebrate the release of Action Comics #1000. Here’s your chance to take a look behind the scenes of where that weekly magic happens with Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith.
It’s another edition of Stew’s Reviews, and this week we’re answering the age old question, what is better than one Green Lantern? It’s not two Green Lanterns. It’s not even three Green Lanterns. Obviously, the correct answer is four Green Lanterns! And no matter whether you’re a Hal fan or […]
Back in my high school days, I went through an unfortunate “I’m too old to keep reading comic books” phase for two or three years. I’d try to keep up with some stuff in passing (which was much harder back in the formative days of The Internet), but I wasn’t […]
Hello there, fellow comic book fans! I’m Ghosts of the Stratosphere‘s Robert Stewart, and I’m bringing to you the very first edition of my new series, Stew’s Reviews. In this series, I’ll be looking back on comic stories and arcs throughout history and reviewing them for your benefit. For some […]