The crew welcome Robert Strawder, AKA Boba Fresh to the show for an in-depth discussion on Grant Morrison’s Multiversity. Praga Czech Pilsner and Red Hook’s Winter Hook are among the beers on tap and Robert shares his immense DC knowledge – as well as the harrowing personal story where he discovered his own mutant healing factor! Oh, yeah, and Dial H for Hero comes up, past, present and future!
Mike tells us all about his trip to Image Expo in San Francisco. Lots of new stuff coming out from the likes of Alex De Campi, Skottie Young, Scott Snyder, Brian K. Vaughan and more! Oh yeah, and we start the episode with Gram Solo Wellman’s standup comedy routine!
Special guest Action Figure Insider Daniel Pickett joins the crew for an episode that begins by weighing the pros and cons of both the Gotham and Constantine television series before traveling off into a discussion that touches on the evolution of Spiderman’s most famous nemesis Venom, whether or not Frank Miller should follow through on a third installment of his “Dark Knight” narrative and Marisa Stotter’s new women-in-comics doc She Makes Comics. Oh yeah, and speaking of Constantine, Shawn talks about Richard Adam Reynolds & Waking Dream Studio’s BRILLIANT Constantine fan film “Soul Play”. And, ah, what’s with the racist Star Wars fans? Think they’d dig the Shaft comic Dynamite Comics just started publishing? The one that Mike loves? All this and New Belgium Brewery’s seasonal white IPA Accumulation add up to an hour packed with awesomeness!
Action Figure Insider Daniel Pickett joins the crew for a discussion on the new DC Collectibles’ Batman Animated Series Figures and the legendary show they stem from, Harley Quinn’s origin, how to dispel beer foam, and, ah… superhero vibrators. Word.
The Season 2 Premiere! Special guest, artist-extraordinaire Rafael Navarro! Shawn won’t divulge what exactly happened after the cosmic cube debacle at the end of last season but speaking of cosmic, Mike and Rafael discuss their book Guns A’ Blazin’! Shawn talks about how he’s recently put Jason Aaron and Jason Latour’s Southern Bastards to the top of his pull and the crew offer a whole slew of Holiday Gift Ideas, from Rafael’s love of Batman ’66 to Preacher and beyond. Oh yeah, and have you ever wanted to know how Jim Steranko got his original 1960s Nick Fury art back from Marvel? Mike spills the beans! All while enjoying Leinenkugel’s Snowdrift Vanilla Porter!