It’s part two of the members of SWO Productions talking about our favorite all-time artists for some of the most classic characters in comic book history. Previously we talked The Man Of Steel from DC Comics. Today, we are moving on to another of the absolute S-tier characters in history: It’s Spider-Man! Switching over to Marvel, but staying with the red-and-blues! Stew’s Picks -Erik Larsen … Continue reading Our Favorite Spider-Man Artists
I don’t want to come across as one of Those People, but man… I miss comic books from my youth. When I had started reading comics, it was the very end of the 80’s. You could essentially say my first full year as a reader was 1990 to make it easy. So by the time I was into the hobby, the classic Marvel roster had … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Stan Lee Presents The Amazing Spider-Man
Well, as of Ant-Man & The Wasp: Quantumania, we are officially into Phase Five of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the highly divisive Phase Four is finally and fully in our rear-view mirror. With the unprecedented success of, and overall affection for, the MCU’s efforts through its first three phases, a backslide in Phase Four was inevitable. Though exactly how far the slide regressed the … Continue reading MCU Phase 4: Ups And Downs
And we are back! For the last time! Wow, this took some work to get here, but let’s finish the list. Reminder: This is based on a list Wizard Magazine published in 2006 ranking their top 100 single issue comic stories of the previous 27 years or so (1979-2006). I’ve gone from 100 to 6 (you can see the list history [LISTORY!] by clicking the … Continue reading The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #5-1
The much-maligned The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is up for discussion the Brad from The Cinema Guys joins the order this episode. It’s as bad as everyone says, right? For more from The Cinema Guys, click HERE! For more download options for this episode, click HERE! For more from Punchline, click HERE! Continue reading Episode 49: The Amazing Spider-Man 2
And we are back! Let’s read some allegedly great comics! From Wizard’s 2006 list of the Top 100 Single Issues of all time! #10. Daredevil #191 In the wake of Bullseye murdering Elektra and being left paralyzed by Daredevil, ol’ Hornhead visits his enemy in the hospital… for a game of Russian Roulette. As he takes turns aiming and clicking the gun between them, Daredevil … Continue reading The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #10-6
And we are back! Let’s read some allegedly great comics! #20. Planetary #13 I’ve read Planetary but one time, a few years ago, and all at once beginning to end. It works better that way, I think. As I made my way back through issue 13 here, I found myself wanting to revisit the story the series told in its completion. That said, Warren Ellis … Continue reading The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #20-16
A while back, I looked at some of the best rogues galleries in comics, and I had Spider-Man’s list of nemeses as the second best of them all. But what makes his collection of villains so great? Today, we are going to look at his top ten foes from his history! 10. Electro If Steve Ditko had done nothing else… if he had just shown … Continue reading Top Ten: Spider-Man Villains
I’ve been sitting on this idea for SO LONG! You see, SEVERAL YEARS AGO, when I was doing my previous podcast, my then-cohost and I were asked to guest star on another podcast for their Pod V Pod challenge. Those challenges had two quiz rounds, followed up by a draft challenge. The draft for that episode was Best Non-Disney/Pixar Animated Movies. I had a blast … Continue reading Top Ten Non-Disney Animated Movies
And we are once again back as we look back at Wizard Magazine’s list of the Top 100 Single Issue Comics Of A Seemingly Arbitrary Time Period. If you want to check up with comics #100-26 that got us to this point, click HERE. With that, I’m VERY excited to get into this part of the list because, well, I already sneaked a peak at … Continue reading The Top 100 Comic Books Of A Lifetime, #25-21
Haha, I am way too proud of myself for this one, and I have been waiting to pull it off for a while now. Though, to be fair, I’m probably assuming more people pay attention to this article than actually do. But if you do, you may look at the title and think “What devilry is this? He just reviewed Black Cat last week! Did … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Black Cat
Is it time for the biggest discrepancy in show history between Stew’s score and that of his guest? It just might be as Stew and Sam from Movie Reviews In 20Q’s go back to Sam Raimi and Tobey Maguire’s first wall-crawling effort!
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Sometimes Sony decides to do the Spider-Man franchise over. And ironically, sometimes the Stew World Order has to do episodes over!
It took us two tries to get it done, but Jon from Shocking Things is here this edition to talk the Marc Webb and Andrew Garfield Amazing Spider-Man reboot!
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To include independent comics in this list or not; that was the question. The problem that I ran into is that so many independent comics–Saga, Hellboy, Fables, Monstress, Strangers In Paradise, Spawn, and so many more–are so inextricably linked to their supporting cast that the idea of a “main character” in those books can get lost in the shuffle. Sure the BPRD are a support … Continue reading Top Ten Supporting Casts In Comics
ALEX’S TOP FIVE With respect to our host’s, and my Contrarian Compadre’s, lists, I went in a bit of a different direction. In preparing for this, I realized the truest way I could do it would be by providing the blockbusters that meant the most to me. The ones I lived through. So, my list will only consist of those I went to the theater … Continue reading Top Ten: Summer Blockbusters (by THE CONTRARIANS!)