Comics Obscura continues with their Slog Log series! What titles have been stacking up on Tim and Jesse’s desk? All will be revealed in this short-and-sweet episode now available for your listening pleasure.
In a future where patriarchal rule is the absolute law of the land, and non-compliant women are punished by being shot into space, the only choice is to revolt. Jesse and Tim tighten their critical lenses and share their thoughts on Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro’s feminist sci-fi dystopia. Interested in knowing what
Should old acquaintance be forgot and never brought to mind? Jesse and Tim don’t think so. In fact, the boys are dedicating an entire episode to the year’s best and brightest spots in comic consumption. With many a fond wish for the coming year, let’s cast our minds back to the year that was and
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,
Amazing Spider-Man #799 by Writer Dan Scott and Artist Stuart Immonen Is it really here? Is it truly almost time to say goodbye? This week gave us the next installment of Go Down Swinging, Dan Slott’s final arc on ASM. Spidey is injured and in hiding immediately following the Green-turned-Red Goblin’s attack on the Daily Bugle.
Exiles #1 by Writer Saladin Ahmed and Artists Javier Rodríguez, Álvaro López, and Jordie Bellaire Marvel has brought back its reality hopping super-team because (surprise, surprise) something is eating the multiverse. An entity referred to only as the Time Eater is devouring alternate Earths, one after another, and so a mostly reluctant Blink has to