Howdy kids! Way back this July, both Superman and Spider-man, two of the top red and blue characters for two of the top true-blue comic companies released #1 issues on […]
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!
First, the "OG" Ghost Crew of Andy, Rob, and Chad tackle their first ever superhero board game review by schooling us all in the finer points of Munchkin: The Marvel Edition. Second, the gang lists their top "3" favorite comic series that deal with school or teenagers. Did the X-men make list? What about Archie? Or the Teen Titans? Listen to find out!
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!
Howdy everyone! Hope you are enjoying your Labor Day weekend, and getting out and about one last time before the unofficial end of summer hits us. If however, you are […]
The Ghosts head editor, Ethan Larson, makes his first podcast appearance as he joins his brother Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith for a extended recap of some of the major developments and reveals that came out of San Diego Comic Con this year! From the DC Streaming Service, to Marvel Movie News, Shazam, Amazing Spiderman, Batman with Guns, and a James named Gunn, we got you covered with this SDCC Extravaganza! Plus Japanese Wrestling news just because we can!
Often times at the Ghosts of the Stratosphere, you can find us goofing around as we trade comic book stories back and forth in our typical non sequitur manner. However, […]
First, Andy Larson and his Ghost gang, do a read pile review of the classic Barry Allen Flash story "Death of Iris Allen" from issues #275-284. Second, Chad Smith and Rob Stewart engage in a fantastic funny book free for all in a "Versus" segment that pits Spider man's Rogues Gallery vs. the Flash's Rogues Gallery in a battle to the death!
I’ve got writers block. Well, scratch that. I’ve got a variety of different topics I could write about, it’s just none of them are really appealing right now. And if […]
First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, Chad Smith, and JA Scott do a read pile review of Jeff Parker and Doc Shaner's Dynamite run on Flash Gordon (no pun intended) Second, the Ghostly group trashes their top 10 least favorite cash grabbin' comic book crossovers! Here's a hint, we do not like Carnage very much...
Welcome back kids in the hall. Given all my “fun in the sun” procrastinating I did on the beach last week, I have not yet finished by Read pile entry […]
Andy & Nicole Larson, Chad Smith, and Rob Stewart tackle another round of current events including the upcoming Luke Cage Netflix show, Comixology original releases, and Carol Danver's Captain Marvel shoes! Second, the group does a rookie read pile review of the very first multi issue arc from Stan Lee & Steve Ditko's Doctor Strange run featuring the Master of Mystic Arts vs. the inferious Dormammu/Baron Mordo team up! Eternity Awaits!
So back a week or so ago on our podcast where we reviewed Solo: A Star Wars Movie, my co hosts, Chad & Stew, started having a most excellent discussion […]
So back in 2002, Marvel decided to have a month where all their titles’ stories had no dialogue. The gauntlet was thrown down to their writers and artists to tell […]
First, Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, and Chad Smith tackle their first "Not Top" Ten as they let their geek rage out over the Worst Things ever done to Spider-Man. Second, the gang reviews the Fred Van Lente's Fantastic Funny Pages Encyclopedia Extraordinaire namely called "Comic Book History of Comics".
Yeah, that’s a better name than my short-lived (uh, one previous list) “The Five” for these Top Five lists. I mean… it’s moderately better. It’s better-ish. It isn’t terrible? I’ll […]