Ted & Matt chew on "Blood of the Manta" from 2017's Teen Titans #9-#11. A great story by Ben Percy, Phil Hester, Khoi Pham, Trevor Scott, Craig Yeung, Pop Mhan, and Jim Charalampidis, where the villain Black Manta has dark plans for Jackson Hyde, and the young Titans must help their newest member.
Matt & Ted discuss 1992's Justice League International Quarterly #7, with four fabulous stories - well, that's going too far - four stories about the superhero misfits. First, aliens hijack Blue Beetle's high-school reunion in "Klaarsh Reunion!" by Michael Jan Friedman & Eduardo Barreto. Then General Glory stars in a 1960s homage by Paul Kupperberg & Don Heck. Next, Rocket Red visits relatives in post-Soviet Ukraine in a story by Pat McGreal & Mike Vosburg. Finally Kevin Dooley and Andy Smith show how Rising Sun asks Doctor Light on a date. Come join the fun!
Can discussions of English art history and superheroes work in the same story? Find out as Ted & Matt take on the Deconstructo storyline from 1992's Justice League Europe #37-#39, with pencil art by Ron Randall, ink art by Randy Elliott, Carlos Garzon, and Romeo Tanghal, and a script by a writer better left unmentioned.
Join Ted & Mike for a nostalgic discussion of "Menace of the Atom Bomb" from 1962's Justice League of America #14 by Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernard Sachs. In this issue the JLA is joined by no less than Ray Palmer, the Tiny Titan himself, the one, the only - well, at least on that Earth, at that time - the ATOM!
Buckle up campers, Ted Kilvington & Matt Henderson are taking you on a ride! First up we have 2017's "Fear Itself" from Justice League #23, a done-in-one story by Tom DeFalco, Tom Derenick, Tony Kordos, and Adriano Lucas. This is followed by our take on 2017's "Curse of the Kingbutcher" from Justice League of America #9 & #10, by Steve Orlando, Andy MacDonald, Neil Edwards, Sandu Florea, and Hi-Fi. Find out why we think these are some of the best Justice League stories of the Rebirth era!
Ted and Alex discuss "The Riddle of the Robot Justice League!" from 1962's Justice League of America #13, by Gardner Fox, Mike Sekowsky, and Bernard Sachs. The JLA battle android counterparts of themselves to save a universe!
Ted and Charlotte KILLvington are joined by the Casket Apprentice, Mike Wellman, as they take on 1982's "The Beast Within", about a young human-monster half-breed. The film stars Ronny Cox, Bibi Besch, Paul Clemens, R.G. Armstrong, Logan Ramsey, and Meschach Taylor and was directed by Philippe Mora.
Ted & Matt tackle "Born Once Again" and "Pawns" from 1992's Justice League America #61 & #62. Writer-artist Dan Jurgens, along with finishing artists, Rick Burchett and Jackson Guice, tries his best to pay homage to both the Silver Age Fox-Sekowsky JLA as well as the Bwah-ha-ha Giffen-DeMatteis JLI. Does he succeed?
Ted and Alex take on the first appearance of the infamous Doctor Light in "The Last Case of the Justice League", from 1962's Justice League of America #12! Check out this boast toastie back when he was neither lame nor creepy! By the fantastic Mr. Gardner Fox, "Big Mike" Sekowsky, and Julie "B.O." Schwartz!
Join your podcast hosts Ted Kilvington and Matt Henderson as we take on 2017's "The Man from Monster Valley" from Justice League of America #8 & #9, by Steve Orlando and Felipe Watanabe. Plus we take on 2017's "Endgame" from Titans #13, by Dan Abnett and V. Ken Marion.
Ted Kilvington and Alex Heady cover the mega-historic 1941's All-Star Comics #8, with not one, not two, but three amazing stories.
First, Starman and Doctor Mid-Nite join the Justice Society of America in an untitled story I call "Planet of the Apes".
Second, Hop Harrigan's in a jam and Superman and Batman come to the rescue in "Sky Cutups".
Then we have the very first appearance of a supreme lady I call WONDER WOMAN!
And to think they only charged a dime for this 72-page cavalcade of comic goodness!
The KILL-VINGTONs are back for another podcast about a scary horror film you've never heard of: 1974's "It's Alive"! Starring John P. Ryan. Sharon Farrell, Andrew Duggan, and many more, this thriller about a blood-sucking baby is sure to give you the creeps, the willies, and the heebie-jeebies!