Mar 30, 2020
The first issue of Michel Fiffe's Copra follows a group of assassins and mercs for hire as they go about an illicit mission - a mission which then goes very very wrong. It's a lot like Suicide Squad, except... well, yeah, it's a lot like Suicide Squad. We invited Chase Magnett back to the show so he could explain...
Mar 23, 2020
Monstress was perhaps one of the most surprising comics to make it onto the Top 50 List, but not because it wasn't deserving - this dark, worrying fantasy series is one of the best comics Image have ever put out! Special guest Samantha Puc joins Matt this week to talk all about it!
Mar 16, 2020
It's time for comics to change forever, as we turn our attention to Grant Morrison and Steve Yeowell's The Invisibles #1, a comic which did something no other comic has ever done before or since. It's strange, it's intense, it's invested - and it's something which this week's special guest August Dawn has a lot of...
Mar 9, 2020
Katsuhiro Otomo's seminal manga needs very little introduction, a post-apocalyptic series with fast bikes, quick wits, and high stakes. Special guest Rosie Knight joins the podcast to break down what made the comic so formative for her as a reader, and the importance it still holds today!
Mar 2, 2020
There's a giant collapsed robot in New York City. And, well, Spider-Man appears to be trapped inside it? That can only be a job for Damage Control - and for this week's guest Al Kennedy, who joins Matt to talk about the first issue of the classic series by Dwayne McDuffie and Ernie Colon!