On this week’s bonus show:
First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith do a read pile review of Jim Starlin’s mid 80s New Gods love fest called “Cosmic Odyssey”.
Then, the Ghost gang delivers another one of their patented Top Ten lists on the greatest character defining single stories in comic book history. Who was number 1? Listen to find out!
That’s right, it’s another installment of Stew’s Reviews, fanboys (and fangirls, of course, because I am an inclusive fellow). Here’s moving into the realm of Image Comics for this week with a review of the “Confessions” story arc from Astro City! Speaking of confessions, here’s mine right off the bat: […]
Anyone worth a salt will tell you that I’m a big fan of the old movie serials from the 30s and 40s. Back in ye olden days before TV, movie theaters would show these 20 to 30 minute shorts prior to the feature picture along with a cartoon and newsreel. […]
First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith go toe to toe with the combined forces of the Avengers and Champions with a Read Pile review of Mark Waid’s “World’s Collide” trade paperback.
Second, the gang’s latest Top ten comic list of “The Most Underrated Comic Runs” digs deep for some forgotten gems that some of you might have never read, but definitely should
I was trying to remember why I hadn’t done a Read pile entry about Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-force, the 36 some issue run that I read again yesterday evening while trying to choke down the Oscars. But really, but as I was reading it I remembered why I didn’t write […]
I’ve actually never seen an episode of Legion. I’ve never watched any of The Gifted, either. The Runaways’ first season came and went, and I didn’t even know it had happened. Hell, the New Warriors show that had a lot of buzz with the AT&T girl may have done the […]
Got the idea for this blog from looking at my bookshelf wall of TPBs, graphic novels, and other assorted comic bricabrac. Right next to my Spiderman collectable statue bank, in front of a run of Marvel’s Conan the Barbarian series, sits my Thun, the Lion Man, from the short run […]
Welcome back, comic fans, to Stew’s Reviews! When last we reconvened, we discussed the merits 2005’s morally ambiguous (if a bit too rapey) mystery story from DC, Identity Crisis. Today, we’re shifting over to the Marvel side of things and taking the Delorean back to 1978 to remember the time […]
On this week’s show:
Ghost regulars, Andy Larson and Rob Stewart, are joined by their respective wives, Nicole and Amanda, for some couples comic therapy.
First, The fantastic foursome will be reviewing the new Black Panther movie followed by a ranking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe shows currently on Netflix.
Welcome back, folks. For today’s blog, I thought I’d enlighten some of you on a cartoon show I’ve been recently digesting in my spare time. Given the resurgence in popularity after the fairly recent strong showings of Rise, Dawn, and War of the Planet of the Apes, I thought that […]
On this week’s show:The rookie, Zach Josebeck, joins Andy Larson and Rob Stewart for his Rookie Top 10 list of “The Greatest Members of the Justice League of America”. Chad Smith joins Andy and Rob for a Read Pile review of Chuck Dixon’s chilly post apocalyptic series, Winter World, and it’s previously unreleased sequel, Winter Sea.
I really dug Wolverine as a kid. I can actually remember why that was even the case. At the first inkling that I was going to start getting into comics, my dad told me that Wolverine was a great character, and that I should follow his and the X-Men’s adventures. […]