In part two of our Banned Books Week special, Josh is joined by friend of the show, Jez to discuss a recent challenge to her library's graphic novel collection.
It's been a few weeks, but we're back with a new episode. In part 1 of our Banned Books Week special, Angel and Josh talk about the meaning between the week, as well as take a look at Sandman and Drama.
This week Angel and Josh have tons of recommendations for graphic novel memoirs. Also, they talk a bit about SummerSlam.
Angel and Josh gather to discuss digital and print comics from a retail and library standpoint, but first they get sidetracked by the new Batman: Killing Joke movie and clowns. Rate, Review, and Subscribe.
Josh and Angel have returned to celebrate the one year anniversary of the podcast (which was technically last month). They discuss their favorite nerd moments from the past year, as well as grocery store reviews, the importance of well-made sandals, and more. Thank you to everyone who has been a part of the podcast. This show is truly a team effort!
This week Josh is joined by Nick, one of the hosts of the podcast Comic Flops, to discuss all things DC Rebirth. Nick drops tons of knowledge about the DC Universe, as well as which of the DC Rebirth books he's enjoyed the most so far.
Angel and Josh wrap up their discussion of Age of Apocalypse, thus ending the month long X-Men related episodes.
Did you think Josh would be done talking about the X-Men? Well he's not! This week Josh is joined by cohost eXtraordinaire Angel to discuss the first half of the Age of Apocalypse series.
Renata and Josh are back to talk even more about the X-Men, specifically X-Men: Apocalypse. This is quickly becoming an X-Men only podcast...there's more on the way.
After a brief break, the show is back in a big way. In this super-sized episode, Josh is joined by Renata to discuss the classic 90s X-Men Animated series. Specifically, the Apocalypse episodes of the show. Oh, and obviously there's a lot of discussion of Gambit.
This week Josh is joined by Terry, world-renowned* Aliens franchise expert, for a belated Alien Day celebration. Terry comes stockpiled with recommendations for comics, novels, and video games based on Alien. And remember, in podcasting, no one can hear you scream...because it's pre-recorded.
This week Erin joins the three-timers club as she comes back to discuss the comic strip Unshelved, as well as National Library Week. As an extra bonus, Josh has not one, but TWO, passionate rants. Also, rate, review, and subscribe!
Check out the Show Notes page for photos of Erin's Book Spine Poetry.
In this episode, Josh and Angel celebrate Festivus early and discuss Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Following that they review the first arc of Image Comics' Ringside, and professional wrestling in general.
Josh and Angel take part in Panels.net's Read Harder Challenge and talk about Feminist comic books. They review Bitch Planet vol. 1 and Batwoman: Elegy, as well as talk about other important feminist comics to pick up.
In this special bonus episode, Josh is joined by long-time X-Files fan, Amanda. They talk about Season 10, as well as classic episodes and the joy of having Mulder and Scully back on TV in 2016.
Caitlin joins the show again to discuss season 10 of the X-Files. She and Josh take an in-depth look at each episode and talk about what worked, and what didn't. They also discuss where they'd like the show to go from here.
This week Josh is joined by Monty, a Young Adult Librarian from Miami. They discuss library program ideas from creating your own comics to hosting a comic con, and everything in between. They also discuss how library programs help the viability of libraries, Josh's secret love for the movie "Playing God," and Monty's not so secret disdain for "The Force Awakens."
Josh and Angel talk iZombie this week. Along the way they also talk Power Rangers, Josh's awkward encounter with the Green Ranger, and politics.
This week Josh is joined by fellow X-Files fan Caitlin to discuss the show and recent run of X-Files comics. Before that, Josh stays up late to give you a quick, spoiler-free review of the first episode of the revival.
Welcome to 2016! In our first episode of the year, Josh talks to different librarians to find out who their favorite Superheroes are, and why?