An African American woman becomes a soldier who never quits in these stories.
Are comic books just for kids?
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Jimmy and Tom are rounding the closing stretch of the Batman series with the episodes “Legends of the Dark Knight,” “Girls’ Night Out,” and “Mad Love”.
Tom and Jimmy discuss more Batman, specifically the episodes “Second Chance,” “Harley’s Holiday,” and “Lock-Up”.
It’s time again for another discussion of cartoons with Jimmy and Tom. This installment will cover the Batman the Animated Series episodes “His Silicon Soul,” “Fire from Olympus,” and “Read My … Read More
Yesterday, the last of the Gabbing Geek crew, Ryan, finally saw Batman Vs. Superman Vs. All Common Sense. He didn’t like it and left a long, often amusing, ever-expanding when … Read More
At last, Ryan has seen and reviewed the eponymous Batman Vs Kramer: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. He didn’t like it. Well, it wasn’t good, but to be very … Read More
The late Marvel Comics writer Mark Gruenwald had a rare talent: an encyclopedic knowledge of old comics. Gruenwald was apparently the only man who could beat Mark Waid in a … Read More
Continuing Jimmy and Tom’s rewatch of the DCAU.