On this week’s episode, we’re looking at the last 3 presidential eras – those of Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama! And specifically, who was best for pop culture?
Did Tom Hanks do his best work under Clinton, Bush, or Obama? When was Green Day most successful? Was Will Smith better off before the pre-Willennium days?
Listen this week for a winner-take-all debate where we determine the best and worst presidents of the last 24 years, purely through the pop culture their eras inspired!
This week, we go back to the late 1980s — a time when most comics were trying to imitate that Frank Miller & Alan Moore were bringing with Dark Knight Returns and Watchmen.
Cue JUSTICE LEAGUE INTERNATIONAL!
Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis attempt to re-form DC’s flagship book as a humorous, light-hearted funny book. Is it successful? Help us decide as we read JLI 7-13!
This week we’re going back to a much simpler time: summer 2001. The guys delve into Now Vol. 7, the end of the innocence.
They’ll review each and every track (some in more depth than others) and draft their favorite to accurately judge the songs’ merits. Other topics include: dressage, splodging, dissing people on the internet, and quakers.
It’s about time we did another non-superhero book. This time we jump to the Crossgen universe (yes, they had a universe!) to read Ruse by one of our favorites writers, Mark Waid.
It’s a Sherlock Holmes story, but if it focused more on a female Watson who uses time-stop magic that Sherlock doesn’t know about.
Don’t worry, it’ll all make sense. Join us for Ruse 1-5!
A lot of our friends are having kids these days, and Michael and Vince argue which of their namesakes are better: MICHAEL or VINCE
Who are the best Michaels in film, TV, sports, music, and art? And who are the best Vinces? And are the Vinces better than the Michaels?
With Kimberly as a neutral third party!
On this week’s THAT WAS A GAME, we’re looking at the Game Boy Advance port of Crazy Taxi, a 3D game that the poor little GBA wasn’t strong enough to handle.
Nobody ever thinks about the little guys, the ones who have to clean up after all the superheroes. Nobody but Dwayne McDuffie, that is!
He wrote a few miniseries for Marvel called Damage Control with artist Ernie Colon and together they tackled the comedic world of work orders and bureaucracy.
Join us as we read the 2nd Damage Control miniseries “Acts of Vengeance” from 1989!