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8 Questions with J. Andrew Scott

We are debuting a new Ghost Panelist on next week’s upcoming podcast, so I  decided for today’s blog, I’d spend some time interviewing him so everyone can get to know […]

Stew’s Reviews: 1963

First of all, I’ve really got to start Wikipedia-ing some of these entries before I choose them, apparently. I started reading Alan Moore’s 1963 series not knowing that… it doesn’t […]

Stew’s Reviews: Solar, Man of the Atom

Another week, another comic, fellow comic fans. But most importantly, my comic book store had their 30th anniversary sale the weekend of my writing this; Thirty percent off everything! I […]

Marvel Heroes

Sometimes I wonder why we can’t have nice things? And when I say nice things, I say decent Marvel video games. I know that many out there might let out […]

Avengers!

Andy: So, Stew, listen. You know Infinity War is coming out this week, and we’re doing our Infinity War Extravaganza, with our Tuesday show being dedicated to it, and our […]

Action Comics #1000 Live Review

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 […]

Stew’s Reviews: War of the Green Lanterns

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 […]

Stew’s Reviews: Damage Control

Welcome back to Comics From Yesteryear, fanboys, where we remember the stories that put the “comic books” in “Well, it makes more sense if you read the comic books…” Speaking […]

Stew’s Reviews: God Loves, Man Kills

Written by—who else?—Chris “I’m Responsible For All Your Good X-Men Memories” Claremont and brought to life by Brent Eric Anderson, God Loves, Man Kills is an unflinching look at prejudice, […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Elric

I know. More Michael Moorcock shite. Before you start thinking I have some sort of rager for this guy or something, let me explain.See I wanted to read more high […]