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Stew’s Reviews: Kraven’s Last Hunt

Another week, another comic book storyline to review, fanboys. This time around, I’ll be discussing the classic Spider-Man tale that ran through all three primary Spider-Man titles (Amazing Spider-Man, Spectacular […]

Robotic Gorilla’s Atomic Piledriver

Good morning, those of you who count and even those that don’t. On today’s blog, we’re going to be doing a brief review of an older Marvel related property that […]

Talkin’ Bout My Generation

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 […]

Andy’s Read Pile: The Uncanny X-Force

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 […]

Stew’s Reviews: The Korvac Saga

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, […]

Show 3.1.18: Sweetheart Show

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.

The First Five

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, […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Machine Man 2020

One day my read pile looked at me and said: “Seriously. I’m huge. My bulk is ridiculous. You read too slow, slowface. Pick up the pace or like Khrushchev…I will […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Complete Run of Omega the Unknown

Let’s talk turkey, folks. Time for another edition of my never ending read pile. On this week’s installment, we’ll be tackling a little known series from mid 70s Marvel written by Steve Gerber called Omega the Unknown. For those of you that know me personally, you’ll find that my comic tastes were pretty heavily influenced by my older brother, Dave.