In this episode of Comics Obscura, Tim and Jesse talk about Tee Franklin and Jenn St-Onge’s Bingo Love, a kickstarter project turned comic sensation. Less about bingo and more about love, our guys navigate the decades-long romance of two women of color ostracized and separated by their families only to be reunited later in life.
Jesse and Tim did the thing! Last night we went out and saw Marvel’s Black Panther, and boy do we have words…so we recorded them! Spoiler Warning! We talk about a movie we just saw that you maybe didn’t see. If you haven’t seen this amazing movie yet, check out the opening bit to hear
In this week’s episode, Tim and Jesse discuss the time traveling shenanigans of Brian K. Vaughn and Cliff Chiang’s Paper Girls. Focusing on issues #1-10 included in Book 1 of the on-going series, Jesse and Tim discuss the recurrent theme of death in the series and the power of Matt Wilson’s beautiful colorscape. ENJOY!
Have ya heard? The clowns behind this website have finally put together their podcast and boy will you regret not plopping in some sweet ear budz and tuning in as they pontificate on the complexities of comic books . . . and Domino’s pizza. For the inaugural episode of the Comics Obscura Podcast, Jesse and
This article discusses the events of Champions #1, which may be considered spoilers. You’ve been warned! Champions #1 poses an interesting question for superhero fans: Do superheroes save the world anymore? Now, this should not be confused with the idea that there is a lack of villainy in comics. Of course, in the grand scheme
I want to pitch a comic. This is the issue of Amazing Spider-Man I would write given the chance: aerial shot of the interior of a loft apartment, decorations, lots of people. A festive atmosphere. Characters we all recognize: Tony Stark, Reed Richards, Steve Rogers, Johnny Storm, etc. And they’re all mingling with the other