Sunday, September 28, 2014


We all saw it. We don't like it. Jon, Steven, Dave and Bill record spoilers and their first thoughts on the premiere of "Gotham". What's the tone? Does it need Batman? Will it last? All these questions and more pondered and not answered because we can't tell the future.

Sunday, September 21, 2014


Apple released a new iphone, a new watch, a new U2 album and made people very, very mad. Steven, Jon and Bill examine the fact that you can't really own data, whether millennials buy anything and why it's so hard to start Sons of Anarchy. Plus, thoughts on the new Doctor Who!

Monday, September 15, 2014


What do you get when you have a comic book with no superheroes? Some great stuff actually. Jon, Steven and Dave Gonzales cover everything from indie books, to Marvel and DC imprints like Icon and Vertigo to superhero-lite books like Hawkeye. Get out of those tights and put on something more comfortable for an hour.

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Mark Normand

From "Comedy Central Presents" and "Conan" to our studio, comedian Mark Normand doesn't know a lot about geekdom but he's willing to be surprised. We talk Superman, Batman '66 Blu-rays, Marvel, DC, stand-up comedy and food poisoning all in one conversation that never really begins. 

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Graham Nolan

Inkpot award winning artist Graham Nolan is here! We talk his process, his work with Chuck Dixon, creating Bane, his webcomic Sunshine State and Joe Frankenstein! Plus, his creative partner announces a new Kickstarter project for Sword of Wood!

Sunday, August 24, 2014

Morality of the Jedi panel

Live from WizardWorld Chicago 2014! Thomas Glen, Kat Murphy, Brittany Yantos, Jon and Steven discuss the all six Star wars films and the Clone Wars animated series, the Jedi's penchant for lying, the Sith's commitment to a monogamous relationship and Yoda's senility on Dagobah. Questions from the crowd add to an actual live experience for our little podcast! 

Sunday, August 17, 2014

Remembering Robin Williams

Bill, Steven and Jon all reminisce over the powerfully human and positive energy Robin Williams brought to everything he did. Mork, Aladdin, the Fisher King, Good Morning Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, depression, improv, and stand-up are all covered in an hour.