I just signed up for the DC Universe Streaming Service! I put this off for a while, but eventually my desire to see if the Young Justice cartoon is as good as I had always heard won out. And when I went to the site to see what all was offered and spied all the comics free to stream? Well, that was the decisive blow. … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Hunter/Prey
Welcome to a new feature here at SWO Productions! Some of our contributors will be getting together with me to review each of our favorite artists for some of the most popular comic book characters of all time. These characters have existed in the culture for decades, and the number of amazingly talented artists that have leant their abilities to them is absurd. But who … Continue reading Our Favorite Superman Artists
I feel like I read the original DCeased story arc a few years ago for my previous podcast venture, but I’m not actually 100% sure. The past was so long ago, you know. I do definitely recall having read it; what I don’t remember is whether I talked about it or not. DCeased was basically DC’s attempt at a Marvel Zombies style story where the … Continue reading DCeased: War Of The Undead Gods Review
I covered the Death of Superman a few months back, and I had previously forgotten that, while it may not be an objectively well-made book, I really did enjoy it. It’s a delightful bang-up of a comic. But what’s more, I really dig some of the stuff it wrought in its wake. So we’re moving on to what will be part two in a… hmmm… … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: Return of Superman
By the time you read this, I will hopefully have had the DC Universe streaming service for a few months. I haven’t purchased it yet, but I probably will by the time the weekend passes. What brought on the desire to get the service is that I have wanted to watch Young Justice for quite a while, but I had never found a service that … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: For The Man Who Has Everything
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
It’s time to go on a Quest For Peace with Matt from the Culture Popped podcast! Will they end the threat of nuclear war? Or will they just get into a silly slap fight?
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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! #15. Uncanny X-Men #159 My buddies over at The Multiverse Of Badness podcast covered this issue once for their show! Take a listen. I definitely seem to have dug this issue more than they did. Sorry guys! It’s the X-Men’s first (but … Continue reading The Top 100 Comics Of A Lifetime, #15-11
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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I wasted far too many of my years as a comic book fan complaining that Superman was “boring” or “vanilla”. It honestly wouldn’t be until within the last ten years or so that I would start appreciating who Clark Kent is as a character and look to abandon the whole notion that he was boring because he is too powerful. Superman’s powerset isn’t the defining … Continue reading Top Ten: Superman Stories
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
It’s the start of the Snyderverse! For better or worse, this is where it all began for the ill-fated DC Extended Universe. How does it fare in the eyes of the Stew World Order and Carlo from The Movie Loot?
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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
I’m probably literally the only one, but I am a big Doomsday fan (that’s right, you take your comic reading advice from someone who has so far declared his love for Jubilee, Kyle Rayner, and now Doomsday, so… that probably says more about you than me, honestly). I mean, he’s not a Top Ten character for me, but… Top 25? I could see that. It’s … Continue reading Stew’s Reviews: The Death of Superman