Monday, November 24, 2014

Fantastic Fourcast

The "Fantastic Four" is cancelled! Jon, Steven, Dave and Joe gather to mourn the loss of Marvel's original superhero team and celebrate the greatest runs in comics, from Kirby to Byrne to Waid to Hickman.

Monday, November 17, 2014

Big Hero 6cast

WARNING: LOW-FI AUDIO.  Jon and Steven see the Marvel movie that's not quite a Marvel movie. They talk the strategy behind not using Marvel studios, making a movie like "The Incredibles"and the homage to 90's anime! Plus, too many omnibuses! (Sorry about the sound quality. Garageband had a hiccup and this was as clean as we could get it.)

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Batman '66 DVDcast

Batman '66 DVDS and Blu-rays are almost here! The author of "The Official Batman Batbook" knows how close we came to never seeing it happen. Joel Eisner returns with personal stories of his work with Adam West, Burt ward, Julie Newmar and more in the longest episode we have ever done!

Sunday, November 2, 2014

Marvel's 11 Moviecast

Marvel outdid the DC announcement two weeks ago, just like everything else Marvel has ever done. Black Panther! Dr. Strange! Ms. Marvel! Avengers 3 and 4!  Also, Jon loves "Constantine" so much he starts cursing.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Vincent Pricecast

Let's talk Vincent Price! Joel Eisner, the author of his authorized biography "The Price of Fear" talks the horror legend's journey from St. Louis to London, Broadway to Hollywood, Orson Welles to Michael Jackson to Tim Burton to the great beyond. And of course, Batman.

Sunday, October 19, 2014


NYCC was bigger than SDCC this year and so were the announcements! Jon and Steven cover Tim Burton's Mary Poppins,  the "Hobbiting" of Harry Potter, Iron Man in Captain America 3, the 10 DC movies from now until 2020 and more!

Sunday, October 12, 2014

Jon's Dad

Gerald Clarke holds a master's degree in philosophy, 35 years of teaching English and history and to his knowledge has never been wrong. The Clarkes spend an hour talking history vs. fantasy, gaming, the disease of collecting and the almighty power of reading.