Episode 47: Justice League (The Whedon Cut, I guess?)

Okay, episode numbers are back in order now! Whew!

Shaner from the What’s Shaking With Shaner podcast joins the order to talk the first attempt at a Justice League movie given to us by Warner Brothers. Is it as bad as we’ve been told?

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Episode 42 – The Avengers

It’s time to dissect the 2012 film that really solidified the MCU and set it on its path to greatness! Brett from Dissect That Film is here to join Stew and see how The Avengers holds up!

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Stew’s Reviews: Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon

Andy has recently taken to giving me crap about the way I review books. Apparently, I am too vague and not precise enough! Which is fair. Sometimes I am more into reviewing a run or an overarching arc than I am , like, a single trade collection. Like when I reviewed Fear Agent, I reviewed the ENTIRE SERIES. And when I reviewed Savage Dragon, I tended towards … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Astonishing X-Men by Joss Whedon

My Top Fifteen Stories Ever: #10 to #6

Last week, after doing some meditating on standards in grading books, I started a list of my Top 15 Comic Stories Ever. Go check it out to see how #11-#15 (the “Honorable Mentions” of my Top Ten, as it were) shook out, because here today, we are moving along to part two of that list, in which I will discuss stories ten through six. I’ve become … Continue reading My Top Fifteen Stories Ever: #10 to #6

The Top Five: Tear-Jerker Moments In Comics

I’ve been itching to cover this particular idea for a while now. I love fights and I love the funny, but comics are best to me when they make you FEEL. I remember reading the last issue of the six-part Spectacular Spider-Man series “The Child Within” as a boy and being struck because it was different than what I thought comics could do. I was … Continue reading The Top Five: Tear-Jerker Moments In Comics