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
My Hero Academia has been a huge success as a series, but it’s the remarkable success of the Two Heroes movie that has Tucky and Producer Rob thinking about the changing perception of animated feature films in the West. This naturally leads to an interesting
4-Panel returns for our regularly scheduled weekly chat about comics and manga, so join Andrew (the Comics Sage), Mick (Old Man Comics), and Producer Rob as they discuss the third season of Daredevil from Netflix, along with a side order about the future of the
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
We’ve got a packed episode this week as Producer Rob kicks things off with One Piece Uncut – Collection 19 (episodes 446 to 468), which fans will know is the end of the Impel Down Arc and the beginning of the Marineford Arc (also known
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?
Two mysterious drifters converge on a lonely podcast to cover “Bad Times At The El Royale”. Drew Goddard’s follow-up to “The Cabin in the Woods” has an enviable cast, but can it escape from under the big-chinned shadow of Tarantino? This week’s Off the Shelf
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).