Continuing with my plan to post reviews of some of the cartoon related movies that I watched during my COVID-19 isolation, I thought it was time to bring back a segment I hadn’t done in a while: Panels to Popcorn! This is where I take specifically an adapted comic book […]
We’ve got your Comic Book related SDCC ’19 News Recap! (probably several days after other sources…) On this week’s show: It’s all SDCC ’19 Talk this week on GotS! From the MCU Phase 4 Movie News, to the upcoming releases at both DC Comics and Marvel, to He-man finally getting […]
At Ghosts of the Stratosphere, we’re not afraid to poach good talent from other comic book podcasts! On this week’s show: The Ghosts are joined for the entire show by guest co ghost, Johnny Ganache, from the podcast Pint O’ Comics! First, they tackle a read pile of the first […]
Hey Folks! Welcome to you Monday morning and another review by your faithful servant in terms of all things geek related, Andy Larson. However, unlike my typical comic book post to help ease you back into that weekly grind, in today’s article, I thought I’d talk finally about the first […]
Howdy Gents and Gals of the Comic Book World! Andy Larson, the host with the most of GotS, back again for another weekly installment of “No need to retake the SATs, I know I’m a good reader”. And yes, I realize the proper way to say that was that I […]
Ghost Regulars, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith first do a read pile review of Grant Morrison’s original Animal Man run. It’s definitely a jungle in there!
Second, The Ghosts are joined by JA Scott to put together a super villain team capable enough to lay waste to the Justice League of America. Will your favorite villain make our list? Listen to find out!
First, Andy Larson and Rob Stewart go toe to toe debating a “What if” battle royal pitting the neferious Dr. Doom vs. the Entire Justice League of America!
Next, Zach Josebeck joins Andy, Rob, and Chad for a Rookie Read Pile review of Grant Morrison’s Eisner Award winning series “All Star Superman”.
Finally, it’s a double dose of Read pile as the gang reviews Reginald Hudlin’s “Who is Black Panther?” story line from Black Panther (vol.3) #1-6.