All the news that you missed in "While We Were Away", and the crew talks what impressed them or failed to impress them from SDCC 2018.
Tim examines the disturbances in The Force as the he tries to make sense of all the recent Star Wars news. Phil RetroActively Reviews Rick Remender's "Fear Agent" and all of your faves and not-so-faves in Stick, Stuck, Pick, Sayonara.
Phil commemorates the passing of Steve Ditko and gives his reaction to the Marvel exhibit at Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture. Tim talks Star Wars VR from Disney Springs and the crew talks what they hope to see from SDCC 2018.
Tim has a comprehensive review of the seemingly forgotten graphic novel Batman: The Cult (DC 1988). The crew discusses what comics they would like to see produced.
This month, the crew talks about everything they have missed in the world of comic, gaming, film, tv, and even theme park news in While We Were Away, then discuss the potential of a burgeoning Disney pop culture monopoly. A big thanks again to all those who came out for Carol & John's Comic Shop Free Comic Book Day Midnight Release Party event and special thanks to everyone at C&Js.
Live from Carol and John's Comic Shop in Cleveland, Phil grills Darren with some Ridiculous Comic Book Trivia, Darren has a RetroActive Review of X-Men and The Teen Titans (Marvel, DC 1982), all your faves and not-so-faves in "Stick, Stuck, Pick, Sayonara", and Phil and Darren are joined by more FCBD 2018 revelers.
The second part of our live appearance from Carol and John's Comic Shop in Cleveland for FCBD 2018. Phil and Darren talk comics, cosplay, and trivia with a number of quests from the Midnight Release Party. The top news is discussed in "While We Were Away", and they talk about some comic creators the duo can't help but follow.
Live from Carol & John's Comic Shop in Cleveland for FCBD 2018! Join Phil and Darren as they play a little trivia, talk to some cosplayers and preview what they are most looking forward to from this year's crop of free comic books.
Part two of the crew's celebrations of the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the occasion of its 10th Anniversary. Phil RetroActively Reviews "Infinity Gauntlet".
A tribute to the MCU's 10th Anniversary begins with the the crew's favorite MCU moment. Plus, recent news is discussed in "While We Were Away."
In advance of the April 2018 release of Action Comics 1000, the boys talk their fave and not-so-fave Superman moments and adaptations.
Darren, Tim, and Phil discuss the comic book events that just didn't quite do it for them over their many years of reading. Will your least favorite be on the list?
The crew takes a look at what they are most looking forward to in 2018.
The crew celebrates all they loved from the calendar year 2017!
In this edition, Darren reminisces about how he and Phil reconnected and started the podcast as it enters its sixth year. Tim and Darren lend their takes on the current happenings in pop-culture and try to make sense of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The Panel Scanners Strike Back in a follow up to 2015's Star Wars Special. Hear the guys talk about who their fave and not-so-fave Star Wars heroes are. Tim talks the future of the Star Wars legacy and beyond. Then, Phil examines the controversy surrounding Star Wars: Battlefront. Plus, Darren welcomes political analyst and Star Wars buff Matt to sit in for part of the conversation. Finally, Darren continues his RetroActive Review of Marvel's original run of Star Wars comics from the 1970s-80's.
Phil, Tim, and Darren talk about their favorite, geek-related, holiday memories. Phil has a RetroActive Review of Spider-Man: The Tangled Web #21 (T'Was the Fight Before Christmas) by the late great Darwyn Cooke and all the faves and not-so-faves in SSPS.
Ahead of Survivor Series 2017, Darren sits down with L.A. based pro wrestling enthusiast and genuine raconteur Redmond and chats about their favorite pro-wrestlers. Where do grappling luminaries such as Ric Flair, Hulk Hogan, The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and others fall on the list?
Tonight, thePSers devote most of the episode to Jeph Loeb and Tim Sale's landmark series Batman: The Long Halloween. Darren has some Ridiculous Comic Book Trivia for Robin.
Part two of thePsers' tribute to Batman: The Animated Series on the occasion of its 25th Anniversary. The crew talk about Paul Dini's "Dark Knight: A True Batman Story" and Tim has a comprehensive and touching RetroActive Review of 1994's "Mad Love", a Harley Quinn centered graphic novel inspired by her relationship with the Joker in Batman: TAS. Plus, all the faves and not-so-faves in SSPS.