This stand alone issue of Web of Spider-Man tries to give a new spin on the Shocker. However it's so insecure about its story that it splits the cover between that and the prologue for the next issue, and throws in a more EXTREME hero than Spidey for good measure. Host Nathaniel Wayne brings along Sean McFeeley for this one.
Any franchise that hits 24 films is going to have some highs and some lows. Host Nathaniel Wayne brings in guests Paul Scavitto and Ryan Daly and each has brought his own personal picks for the films are great and the ones that don't deserve as much crap as they get.
Paul Scavitto is the head writer for the comic book Armadillo Justice.
Ryan Daly has three active podcasts: Dead Bothan Spies (a Star Wars podcast,) The Secret Origins Podcast and Flowers and Fishnets (a Black Canary podcast.)
Together they are responsible for the soon to be resurrected Red and Green comic, available on Tumblr.
If there is a phrase to encapsulate the 1990s when it comes to comic books, that phrase would probably be "over the top." However there were few character who embraced and ran with that notion with as much brazen abandon as DC's Lobo. The interstellar bounty hunter with a bad attitude received a special #0 issue as part of DC's Zero Hour event and host Nathaniel Wayne brought along guest Paul Scavitto to help take a look at this one of a kind character.
This episode of 90s Comics Retrial delves into the single best selling comic book issue in history and it's immediate follow up, from the all star team of Chris Claremont and Jim Lee. Can any comic book possibly live up to that level of hype, especially ones from the 1990s? Let's find out.
This episode of 90s Comics Retrial takes on one of the most prominent and divisive figures and characters of the era: Todd McFarlane and Spawn. The man doesn't have a sterling reputation, and neither does the character at this point. But how does that first issue actually hold up when all the latter day baggage is stripped away? Let's find out.
This first episode of 90s Comics Retrial takes a look at a holographic covered Giant Sized 30th Anniversary issue of everybody's favorite webslinger. Will the actual contents live up to the cover? Well, it's the 1990s we're talking about, so take a wild guess.
2015 saw the release of two very different films dealing with machines gifted with artificial intelligence, and host Nathaniel Wayne and guest Paul Scavitto both had equally different preferences. Now the two will battle it out to try and determine which is the superior film.
Paul Scavitto's comic book work can be found at http://www.risingsuncomics.com/#!armadillo-justice/c10vq.
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On this inaugural podcast from the Council of Geeks we pick apart a movie that none of us have actually seen, and don't want to anytime soon either. However we still have quite a bit to talk about in terms of trying to figure out what went wrong, and more importantly what could possibly be next for Marvel's First Family.
Guests include Ryan Daly and Paul Scavitto.