Howdy, Gang of Four! GhostAndy back with another edition of “I prove to the masses my reading comprehension is above that of a 2nd grader” aka your Read Pile entry for this week. And with all the buzz around the upcoming Avengers: End Game movie coming out this Friday, I […]
First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, Chad Smith, and JA Scott do a read pile review of “Old Man Logan” by Mark Millar. Is it as good as the “Logan” movie? We shall see…
Second, The gang tackles another team building exercise as they assign Lantern rings to worthy members of the Marvel Universe? Who will be Marvel’s Green Lantern? Listen to this show to hear the results!
Ghost Regulars, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith are joined by guest, JA Scott, as they step into the ring with the 70s pop culture classic “Superman vs. Muhammad Ali”
Second, The Ghosts talk shop on who the definite comic book artist is for certain characters? Who draws Spidey the best? What about the Joker? Or the Hulk? Stay tuned to hear the results!
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 […]
We welcome Ghost Host, Andy Larson’s cousin, JA Scott, on to the show for the first time. JA has some stories to tell including the perils of buying Marvel Stock, trading custom figures for comic swag, the best ways to ape John Buscema art, and picks for favorite comic book “scrubs”. These “D” list characters get no love normally, but we are giving them a chance to shine on this week’s show.
On this week’s show:
First, Rookies, Zach Josebeck and Ashley Lamanna, return for another round of Q & A with our Ghost regulars, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith. Who can really pick up Thor’s hammer? Who is the Grandmaster? What’s the deal with the Flash’s trendmill? and more!
Second, the gang sits down to do a Rookie Read Pile with Zach Josebeck as they review Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.’s classic retelling of Daredevil’s origin in the “Man without Fear” limited series.