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
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 part one of Comics Obscura’s Infinity War episode, Jesse and Tim are joined by their dear friend Shaun to hash out their predictions and hopes for the movie. They talk plot expectations and lay out their ‘deadpool,’ and they look to the future of the franchise post Infinity War to speculate on where the
On this week’s podcast, Jesse and Tim talk Chip Zdarsky and Adam Kubert’s on-going Marvel series, Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man. The guys talk about the book’s theme of confronting one’s past and finding ways to move toward the future, and discuss these themes’ implications for the book going forward.
The Mighty Thor #705 by Writer Jason Aaron and Artist Russell Dauterman As the penultimate issue to one of my favorite marvel stories, I couldn’t help feeling a pang of frustration when I picked up this issue, knowing that the series was driving steadily toward its end. Not the end of The Mighty Thor, of
Mister Miracle #7 by Writer Tom King and Artist Mitch Gerads Picking up nine months after the conclusion to the series’ first arc, Mister Miracle #7 finds Scott and Barda as they arrive at the hospital to deliver a little bundle of New God joy. Surprisingly, Tom King and Mitch Gerads bypass the immediate fallout
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