And we're back... And this week we are discussing King Arthur...in spaaaaaaaace! That's right we'll be tailing about the first maxi series Camelot 3000 from DC Comics written by Mike W. Barr and Brian Bolland.
Hello everyone! Just a quick message to let everyone know why I have not been releasing episodes in a while. Basically I've been sick. I think you'll be able to tell be my voice -
Picture this: the year is 1984 and you are an impressionable youth watching an episode of Three’s Company or Little House on the Prairie when during a commercial break this comes on the TV:
I’m sure you all know the story of Santa Claus, right? Of course you do. Everyone remembers how when Santa was an infant he was abandoned in the woods in a snow bank till the
It was Christmas Day and Danny the Car Wiper hit the street junksick and broke after seventy-two hours in the precinct cell. It was a clear bright day, but there was warmth in the
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year. Sure, that’s a given. People seem to enjoy the colored lights, the slowly dying tree in the living room, and the glitter. Oh, and the gifts.
We are all familiar with the benevolent nighttime intruder who once a year indulges in mass breaking and entering to deposit gifts under indoor foliage. You know, the omnipotent fat man dressed in red who
Author's note: This was written nearly four years ago and I must admit my opinion of the Star Wars Holiday Special has softened a bit. Oh, I still think it's awful don't get me
Today on the program we discuss the 1996 Elseworlds event comic Kingdom Come. This is the classic mini-series written by Marc Waid with magnificent art by Alex Ross. It is an alternate future where old
Satire! Parody! 1970s weirdness at its finest! Today on the program we discuss the 1978 Judge Dredd story-arc The Cursed Earth originally published in 2000AD (the magazine not the year). Loosely based on Roger Zelazny's