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#99 – Crisis on Infinite Earths

Approaching episode 100, Todd and Taylor do an epic episode on the legendary cross-over event book: Crisis on Infinite Earths. TL;DL not worth having on your shelf. Join us as Todd rants about the racism, sexism, and bad writing of a book so impenetrable that DC continues to name books “Crisis” in an attempt to...

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#98 – Cannon God Exaxxion Stage 1

Todd talks about Kenichi Sonoda’s Cannon God Exaxxion, the follow-up series to Sonoda’s Gunsmith Cats which has always been a favorite. Re-reading Cannon God has Todd wondering if Gunsmith Cats is as problematic. It’s an interesting episode as Todd has to re-examine a creator he’s always thought highly of and arrives at the conclusion that...

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#97 – Before Watchmen: Ozymandias

Taylor talks about the prequel we were all waiting for (were we?): Before Watchmen. And specifically, Ozymandias. Written by legend Len Wein and illustrated by the brilliant Jae Lee, Ozymandias is the best of the Before Watchmen bunch. Fans of Watchmen or Batman: Year One might want to check this one out.

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#96 – The Unstoppable Wasp

Todd got so into Volume 1 of The Unstoppable Wasp that he immediately read Volume 2. He talks about them both here. It’s a cool pair of books for those who liked Mockingbird and Batgirl of Burnside. Todd also lets us know his feelings about the Civil War II crossover issue that appears at the...

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#95 – Wicked and Divine, Vol. 7

With Wicked and Divine wrapping up in Volume 8, Taylor recaps the series and talks about Volume 7. Mild spoilers for Volume 1-6 appear about halfway through. Listen up til then for the recap. We announce when the spoilers are coming. Also Taylor rants about Lost again.

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#94 – Just Imagine Stan Lee’s Catwoman

Todd brings a real throwback oddity this week. It’s called “Just Imagine…Stan Lee’s Catwoman.” Published by DC in 2002, it was part of a 13 issue Just Imagine series in which Stan Lee rewrote the origins and characters of classic DC characters. Todd and Taylor tell the story of Stan Lee’s post-Marvel years and this...

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#93 – Analog

Taylor brings Analog from Image Comics to the chat today. It’s a current book whose story is based in 2024. In that near future, everyone in the world has been mass-doxxed. With digital privacy done for, the people who can afford it employ “Paper Jockeys” to transport valuable information via analog means.

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#92 – Shirtless Bear Fighter

Todd talks about the absolutely vital, Shirtless Bear Fighter. It’s a comic book about a guy who fights bears and doesn’t wear a shirt.

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#91 – Infidel

We posted this a week ahead of time so we don’t know if today’s pick is made more terrifying by the outcome of the midterm elections. Taylor talks about Infidel–a horror story that’s also an allegory about racism and xenophobia.

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#90 – Harrow County Vol 1: Countless Haints

This episode would have been so much more impactful if I had my act together and posted it on Halloween. That’s on me. Anyway, here is our Halloween episode. Todd talks about Harrow County Vol 1: Countless Haints. This is a great read for fans of Stranger Things or the X-Files but it will definitely...

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Nancy Drew Special Episode Three: The Bungalow Mystery ft. Casey Dallavalle 2/2

This is part 2 of the third Nancy Drew special episode, featuring Casey Dallavalle. If you haven’t listened to part one, check that out first. Or don’t. I’m not the boss of you. Also, make sure to listen to the end for more of my interview with Joshua Rapp from Avery Brewing Company.

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Nancy Drew Special Episode Three: The Bungalow Mystery ft. Casey Dallavalle 1/2

It’s the third Nancy Drew special episode! Today I’m joined by my good friend Casey Dallavalle. She’s a long-time fan of the Nancy Drew point-and-click computer games and she’s prepared to apply her carefully honed skills to this bizarre mystery. Instead of our normal bar segment, I spoke with Joshua Rapp, who is the Brewhouse...

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