Luis and Dominick give their review on Kevin Smith’s new film ‘Yoga Hosers’ then delve into a discussion about the current place of Kevin Smith’s career.
This episode the fellas dive into the fire and are “Bourne Again” in reviewing the Paul Greengrass/Matt Damon thriller ‘Jason Bourne’, then cover news and book suggestions. Bonus: at the end of the episode Luis performs an old timey radio play of one of his favorite comic book stories. Enjoy.
This week the fellas give their thoughts on the new DC animated film ‘Batman: The Killing Joke’, giving their review and discussing the controversy surrounding the film and its release. Then, they jump through all of the craziness and goodness that came out of San Diego Comic-Con 2016 last weekend. Enjoy!
Hey friendo, on this episode Spencer drops in to discuss issues 1-36 of the magnificent ‘Saga’ comic series. We faun over the art of Fiona Staples, the storytelling of Brian K Vaughan, and deep dive into all the elements that make ‘Saga’ one of the best comic series being published today.
Editor’s Note: Fear not, Saga returns to print August 31st.
This week is a weird one. The fellas talk about their first crushes and attractions in the comic medium and slightly dive into the psychology of that weirdness. Then the boys cover news and comic suggestions. (Recorded June 15, 2016). Enjoy!
Luis and Dominick dive in to ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows’, then discuss Robert Kirkman’s ‘Outcast’ Pilot. Then the boys muse over the brand management in full swing at DC with ‘Rebirth.’ Finally, finishing up making the rounds with news.
This week the fellas slog through their feelings on X-Men: Apocalypse, Discuss the Flash Finale and Flashpoint, deal with technical issues and touch on the news tidbits of the week ranging from Mel Gibson and Marvel Diversity to the recent Rogue One worries.
This week we sing the praises of an artist gone to soon, Darwyn Cooke. Then we move to arguing over the relevance of ‘Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D’, Dominick soaks up the praises for calling the DC/Warner Bros/Geoff Johns shake up a week before it happened (see previous episode). Also, we cover the rounds on news stories for the week.
This week Dominic and Luis gush over Captain America: Civil War and debate on where they stand on the political debates posed by Cap and Iron Man. Luis reviews Grant Morrison’s ‘Wonder Woman: Earth One’ graphic novel. To close, the guys give their book recommendations for the week and recap news from the comic universe.
4 Color Sequentials returns on the Mute Point Podcast network. This week’s episode we catch up on that latest victories claimed in the Marvel TV Takeover, preview Captain America Civil War, and the hottest IP in the comics universe.
May the 4th be with you!