It’s Uncanny! It’s Astonishing! It’s…ummm…”X-Force”ish! (No that doesn’t sound quite right…) On this week’s show: The Ghosts spend an entire show talking about comic books most famous mutants, The X-men! From our experiences growing up “mutie”, to our top 10 favorite X-men stories, if you are a fan of Cyclops, […]
Welcome back, gang! It’s your Monday morning Comic book Quarterback, Andy Larson, hitting you with that “Hail Mary” pass which is my weekly Read Pile segment. Y’know those articles that are seemingly thrown out there on the interwebs in hopes they educate someone somewhere on the finer points that is […]
It’s now time for Part 2 of my history lesson on Earth’s Mightest Heroes, the Avengers. Again, as I pointed out in part one, this is only my understanding of the history of this historical superhero franchise, so if there are any bits I missed or forgot, please leave us […]
On this week’s show:
First, the Ghosts hit the ballpark in preparation of Baseball’s opening day next week with a read pile review of “21”, the comic biography of Roberto Clemente by Wilfred Santiago.
Second, the Ghosts give another round of definite artists for certain comic book characters including Batman, The Fantastic Four, Wolverine, and Wonder Woman among others!
Andy Larson, Rob Stewart, Chad Smith and JA Scott participate in the first ever “Comic Book” Fantasy Team Draft! For our inaugural draft, we’ll be building the X-men team that you as fans would most likely want to read a monthly book about!
The host with the most ghostness, Andy Larson, is joined by Ghost regulars, Rob Stewart and Chad Smith, as they first throw down in a winner take all slobberknocker as they debate: “Who is the Greatest X-Man ever?”
Second, the group has a comics style brainstorming session as they discuss which comic book characters they would trade to different companies if they could?
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, my dad told me that Wolverine was a great character, and that I should follow his and the X-Men’s adventures. […]