Jimmy and Tom chat more Young Justice with the episodes “Denial,” and “Downtime”.
A forgettable Golden Age speedster becomes one of the most important speedsters in DC history…for a little while at least.
Jimmy and Tom talk more Justice League with the episodes “The Brave and the Bold,” “Fury,” and “Legends”.
The daughter of a pair of two Golden Age heroes hasn’t been seen in a while.
Jimmy and Tom start Justice League with “Secret Origins,” “In Blackest Night,” and “The Enemy Below”.
Mark Waid’s fantastic run (pardon the pun) on The Flash had to start somewhere.
The split personality hero may not be anything new, but how often does one side not know the other is a hero? Probably too often, honestly…
Ray Palmer, the disappearing member of the old Justice League.
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
A DC legacy hero that was retconned into the Golden Age after his creation in 1983.