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Love and Hate and DC Comics

Devotees to Ghosts Of The Stratosphere will know that I am “The DC Guy” of the group. Which isn’t to say Chad and Andy are not well-versed in the ways […]

Stew For Five: Best Rogues Galleries In Comics

Yeah, that’s a better name than my short-lived (uh, one previous list) “The Five” for these Top Five lists. I mean… it’s moderately better. It’s better-ish. It isn’t terrible? I’ll […]

Stew’s Reviews: Bone

Hi there friends, and thanks for joining me back for another edition of Stew’s Reviews! I know you’re all very concerned, so I’ll provide you with a quick update to […]

The Adventures of Mind-Man

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 […]

Stew’s Reviews: Deadpool

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 […]

Andy’s Read Pile: God Country

Greetings, Pilgrims of Power! As promised in a blog a couple days ago, it’s time to review Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s Outlaw Country meets Tales of Asgard mash up […]

Hot Ham n’ Cheese Hoagie of Death

Not to be outdone by my fellow Ghost, Rob “The Stewbrewer” Stewart aka NotBAMF, it’s time to get back in the trenches and blog out a good one for all […]

Stew’s Reviews: Cerebus

EDIT: It’s a complete happy accident that both Andy and I reviewed Cerebus here, and this was not planned at all. We both wrote and posted our reviews, and then […]

Free Comic Book Day 2018 Video Review

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 […]

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 […]