Hey, everyone! This is Andy Larson, and I’m once again joined by my frequent blogging partner on some of these video game reviews, Jabroniville, as we once again embark down the river of digital history in search of lost and forgotten gaming treasures that our fans might have forgotten about. […]
I’ve nearly hit my breaking point with this whole winter weather thing, folks. It happens every year around this time. The frigid temps, the snow, the ice, by late February, it all seems to become finally too much for me, sapping all of my strength and motivation. It’s like I […]
Howdy! It’s Chad again! For the time being, I’ve been assigned to keep the blog moving on the latter half of the weekend. Or maybe you consider it the first day of the week. It doesn’t matter. It’s Sunday. I’m supposed to fill in stuff Sundays for the time being. […]
Happy Memorial Day everyone! Similar to my Batman and Machine Man kicks in the past months, I’ve recently been on a Silver Surfer one. I don’t exactly know why I’ve been gravitating towards the more cosmic level heroes this year. I originally thought it was all the Avengers Infinity War […]
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 didn’t manage to get much that will be beneficial to reviews here in the near future (most of what I […]
Back in the trenches again for another exciting review of something that was an dusty inhabitant in my never ending comics read pile, that is now a less dusty graduate. For those of you that have been following my blog, over the course of the past couple of years, I’ve […]
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 of comic properties appearing on screen, how is it that Agents Of Shield is a TV show, but Damage […]
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, religious fanaticism, and loyalty. This was the comic—more than any other—that really nailed the theme of how dangerous it could […]
On this week’s show:
Rookie, Zach Josebeck, returns to stump our Ghost regulars, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith with some classic comic book questions sure to spark debates and ruin lasting friendships.
Second, the gang tackles the question of who is the greatest “Legacy” comic book character in their latest Top 10 list. Is it Kamala Khan? Jon Stewart? Baron Zemo? Listen in to find out!
In episode 7 of the first season of the Netflix program Luke Cage, the villainous gangster, Cottonmouth (played with sinister delight by Mahershala Ali), is killed off to make way for Diamondback to emerge as the true Big Bad of that season. In that episode, more than Cottonmouth died, however. […]
There is a “secret” episode of our podcast. I don’t know what the endgame for it is. Perhaps we’ll release it as a special content someday. Maybe years from now when we are all rich and megafamous, we’ll make it a laugh track edition for an April Fool’s day. It […]
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. […]