Welcome to 4-Panel – the comics and manga podcast where Halloween just keeps on going. Hey, if Christmas advertisements can start on the 1st of November then we can have two Halloween Specials! Anyway, join Andrew (Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics) and Rob (Erstwhile
Comics can be a fantastic doorway into another world, they can be a tool for telling compelling visual stories, and they can be a plodding pedestrian mess, of less interest than a documentary about beige paint drying. Once you’ve read a few of these text-laden
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
It’s time for another episode of 4-Panel, so join Andrew (Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics), and Producer Rob as they investigate the history of the latest villain to go up against Daredevil as the Netflix series enters its third season. So who is Bullseye?
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).
4-Panel – your friendly, neighbourhood comic-book and manga show – floats into town once more like a … erm … podcast, in the wind. This week the Comics Sage (Andrew), Old Man Comics (Mick), and Producer Rob venture into the confused history of Venom in
While Producer Rob trudges back from the realm of video games in the midlands that he voluntarily got trapped in, it’s up to the Comics Sage (Andrew), and Old Man Comics (Mick), to run the show, so after a discussion about the trailer for Captain
Things get a bit contentious this week because Tucky went to see Teen Titans Go! To The Movies, and now he’s got to convince Producer Rob – who is notorious for his hatred of things like Teen Titans Go! And Ready Player One – to
After being inspired by the barnstorming success of the recently released Spider-Man on the PS4, Andrew and Producer Rob decided to have a chat about video games based on comics and superheroes, and why the reverse is becoming more prominent in recent years. Seriously, the
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.