It’s Halloween, so we’re using that as an excuse to talk about some spooky scary comics and manga. There are plenty of suggestions for the discerning horror and supernatural fan including little known Eric Powell’s Hillbilly from Albatross Comics (which Producer Rob covered many moons
If you’ve been reading comics for long enough you’ll have the first-hand experience of cross-over events, ranging from the good (The Infinity Gauntlet, Crisis on Infinite Earths), the strange (Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad), the bad (Civil War II), and the truly awful (Secret Empire).
Sometimes you can accumulate too many comics, manga and graphic novels, and when that happens then it’s time for a good old-fashioned blowout, so join Andrew, Rob and Producer Rob for a special episode where there’s a little less conversation and a little more action.
It’s a special day for comic-book fans. A time when rich and poor alike can enjoy the antics of superheroes and villains together … until the inevitable fight over the last free issue of whatever’s popular at the time. That’s right. It’s Free Comic-Book Day
Sometimes drastic measures must be taken in order to bring balance to the universe, which is why we’re making the effort to placate the spoiler-wary by moving our Film of the Week to the back of the show. So we start with Off the Shelf
LEGO and Marvel join forces once more for another outing with all of our favourite heroes (well, the ones that everyone’s heard of anyway). Is this addition to LEGO’s award-winning video game checklist a solidly built effort, or did Traveller’s Tales forget to refer to
It’s been a spartan week in the news with the announcement of a Cloak and Dagger TV series (which has prompted a lot of questions, many of which are “Who the hell are Cloak and Dagger?”), DC’s introduction of a new imprint and the revival
Everything can be justified if you’re rewarded with biscuits. Off The Shelf features the new (and classic), Takashi Miike film “Yakuza Apocalypse”, Akira Kurosawa’s Japanese Shakesperean epic “Ran”, and “Innocence of Memories” – an essay film from Grant Gee. We also have a minority report
The legendary boxes of old comics finally make their appearance, causing Andrew to immediately construct the building of his dreams – a fort made of comics – and in the process he unearths some interesting stuff. This week the gang discuss Wonder Woman’s new costume,
2011 is a year of many things in cinema, however if there was one theme that defined the year it would be a lack of truly great films. I will admit from the off that I hated Melancholia and thought that the Tree of Life