This was a big week for Marvel movie fans as we saw trailers drop for not one but two of next year’s big films: Captain Marvel and Avengers: Endgame. We have predictions, we have hopes and dreams and jokes. If you’ve ever asked yourself how long two dudes can sit around and talk about five
…is undoubtedly what you all are asking. To that, the boys at Comics Obscura can only say: it’s in the mail? Check back with us next week when we promise (PROMISE!) we’ll be back to dazzle you all with our death-defying wit and spine-tingling commetary on the final curtain of Tom King’s Mister Miracle. You
Okay, folks, here’s the deal: Jesse and Tim were all set to talk about the end of Mister Miracle but, uh…it isn’t out yet. This was NOT a miscalculation on their part, but whatever, let’s not point fingers. Thankfully both still have long backlogs to slog through and lots of opinions about superhero movies. So,
This one goes out to all you CO fans on the Ice at McMurdo Station. Jesse and Tim zip up their parkas and pull on their gloves to talk about Whiteout by Greg Rucka and Steve Lieber. A crime-thriller about Carrie Stetko, the lone U.S. Marshal in Antarctica, tasked with bringing a killer to justice.
In this episode, the boys take a brief break from the normal programing to bring you a brand new segment. Welcome to “Sloggin’ the ‘Log” the podcast within a podcast, where Jesse and Tim talk about their respective comic book backlogs. Join them on their meandering journey as they discuss…some books, and also movies, video
Here there be monsters! Jesse and Tim delve into the world of high fantasy in their reading of Monstress by Eisner Award winning writer Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda. There will be magic and tentacled Old Gods and swords and cute anthropomorphized animals and . . . child mutilation? Okay, this book gets dark quick,
Tim is sad and Jesse is mostly confused as to what all the fuss is about on this farewell episode to the Amazing Spider-Man. The comic isn’t ending, but Dan Slott’s momentous ten-year run has drawn to a close. Nonetheless, Tim is very excited to talk about his favorite superhero, while Jesse wrestles with the
In this episode of Comics Obscura, Tim and Jesse discuss the seminal Superman story, All-Star Superman by Grant Morrison. Jesse and Tim discuss the highs and lows of this outstanding comic, exploring the meta-commentary of the work and how it shows the greatness of Superman both within and outside of the comic book, and Morrison’s