Tag Archives: Deadpool

4-Panel – Christmas Annual 2018: Discoveries

The 4-Panel gang are taking a break during Christmas and New Year’s, but we’ve recorded some extra treats to tide you over till we return in January. On this first mini-episode the fantabulous (fantastic and fab were already taken), four of Andrew, Mick, Producer Rob

4-Panel Vol. 2, Issue 13 – Stan Lee Tribute

We lost one of the kings of pop culture, a much beloved creative force, and one of the people who was responsible for making comic books what they are today. He made us believe in characters who were larger than life, but somehow still down

The Top 10 Mistakes Comics Make

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

4-Panel 140 – Everyone Forgets About Turkish Superman

It’s time for another dose of that anarchic comic-book “medicine” that your ears desperately need, so join us as we have a chat about a Doom Patrol TV series, and a prequel/origin story spinoff for Gotham about Bruce Wayne’s trusty butler Alfred (which is going

4-Panel 126 – Doctor Doom’s Splendid Fairy Cakes

Once the door to shenanigans has been opened, there’s no closing it … which can only mean that it’s time for another instalment of everyone’s favourite comic-book and manga podcast! It’s been an interesting week, and first up for discussion is the rare occurence of

4-Panel 80 – Predator: America’s Favourite Teen

The strangest thing this week isn’t Coolio as The Scarecrow in a Batman movie or X-Men Gold being “light and fun”, or even the trailer for the Teen Titans animated movie. Our featured comics and manga are The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #16, Archie Versus Predator,

4-Panel 32 – Deadpool’s Silky Fairyland Adventure

We kick of this week’s episode with news about the new Spider Women crossover series, Howard the Duck and Squirrel Girl in their own comic together, the TV adaptations of Marvel’s Legion and Hellfire Club, and Vertigo’s Y: The Last Man, the possibility of a