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Show 10.16.18: Zach Asks!

Our resident rookie, Zach Josebeck, bombards our GotS regulars with a whole hour of comic related questions sure to get even the greatest comic book minds thinking! From naming the best superhero to win a drinking contest, to why are there so many kinds of Krytonite, to what's the worst functional super power on the market, get ready for a deep dive into those questions that keep all us comic book nerds up at night!

Andy’s Read Pile: God Country

Greetings, Pilgrims of Power! As promised in a blog a couple days ago, it’s time to review Donny Cates and Geoff Shaw’s Outlaw Country meets Tales of Asgard mash up […]

Bonus Show 4.27.18: Infinity War Extravaganza!

We've got a review of Avengers: Infinity War, from our late night viewing yesterday, with spoilers from minutes 12 to 41, so don't listen to that portion unless you too have already seen it! Also, the Ghosts will educate some of you new fans on some classic Avengers storylines in our Read pile segment covering "Avengers: Under Siege" and Thanos vs. the Avengers from Avengers Annual 7 and other books.

Show 4.17.18: Ghosts Without Fear

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.

Bonus Show 4.6.18: Rookie Season

You get two rookies for the price of one as Zach Josebeck returns with his fiancee Ashley Lamanna to cobble together their list of the Top 10 MCU Movies and a deep dive into Alan Moore's seminal Victorian Era All Star smash up "The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" volume 1.

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, […]