It’s the end of July, which means it’s time for another of our monthly comic-book and manga extravaganzas where we try to cram as many different titles into one episode as we can. This month we’ve got another wide-ranging selection that includes the second volume
After 182 episodes and a whole lot of Nightwing butts we’ve finally figured out a new review system, and to make it even better it’s in rhyme! It might only be natural since Andrew and Mick are in control (Rob is on the other side
Welcome to the whack-some-nails-in-it-and-it-will-hold-up-just-fine podcast of science and technology (otherwise known as The Geek Show). So what’s been happening in the world? Well, Huawei have decided to take on the U.S. government while researchers find a way to give lab rats and mice “Predator vision”.
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
If we included all of the outtakes on this episode they’d be enough to make your hair go white, curly, and eventually abandon you out of sheer hopelessness as the gremlins are out in force this week. But we still soldier on, so join us
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,