Join Mike and Bill as they discuss Idiocracy, Rogue One, Atari: Game Over, Superman Lives: What Happened?, Wanderlust, Juno, What Women Want, BFG, Storks, Bad Moms, Neighbors 2, Preacher, Game of Thrones, White #1-2, Atoll #1, Hook Jaw #1, Mosaic #1, No Angel #1, Slam #1, Romulous #1, Hulk #1, The Mummy Palimpsest, Forevers #1
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Join Bill, Micah, and Mike as we discuss Wild Blue Yonder #2, Steel #17-38, Deathmatch #1-7, The Jam, Pacific Rim: Tales from Year Zero, The Crossed Badlands Vol. 5. Day Men, Deredevil End of Days, Daredevil, Hawkeye, George R. R. Martin’s Skin Trade, Under the Dome, The Killing (w/Barb Myers), Who’s Line is it Anyway, Master Chef, Too Fast Too Furious, Tokyo Drift, The Wolverine, Game of Thrones, Beware The Batman, The Lone Ranger, Turbo
Mike is out, so Bill and Micah discuss the comic books movies and tv all by themselves.┬áSerusis, Six-Gun Gorilla,┬áDaredevil: Dark Nights, Zero, Oldboy, Grandville and The Hiding Place.
Tv shows are
Game of Thrones and Michiko to Hatchin
and Micah watched Pacific Rim
With Mike out this week Bill and Micah are joined by Retro-Cast’s other host Chris Ivey! He’s excited to talk about comics printed after 1980. Before the comics talk though, there’s lots of yammering about delicious food and no judgement vegetarianism. Yum. Micah sings the praises of Fast and Furious 6 and the fast and furious franchise in general. From there we talk about comic book movies and silver lining’s playbook and Django Unchained. There is some TV talk with stuff like EndGame, Elementary, and Game of Thrones. There still a lot of comics talk! Yay! Black Panther, Jack Kirby’s awesomeness, Chin Music, Half Past Danger, Dream Merchant, Marbles, Metal Gear Solid, Suicide Risk, and Punk Rock Jesus all get some love in this episode, so kick back and listen.
Get your thinking caps on brunch buddies! With Mike off enjoying the delights of the CGS Super Show, Bill and Micah travel through tangent city on their way to discussing comics, novels, movies, tv and food. In between some enlightening discussions on script writing and public education, they talk about great titles such as Ian Churchill’s “Marineman”, James Stokoe’s “Orc Stain”, Walt Simonson’s Thor Omnibus, and more delicious books with pictures in. Micah, being too lazy to look at pictures recounts Jasper Fforde’s “The Last Dragonslayer” and his “Thursday Next” series as well as Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy of books. It was an exciting week of movies with “Fast Five”, the “Social Network” and John Woo’s “Paycheck”. In the TV we cover get serious with “Game of Thrones” and “Dr Who”, and laugh a bit at “Parks and Rec.” All this with a healthy side of Sprat Pate. Tune in and enjoy.