Dave and I are back with our annual Christmas Show! This year we break from tradition and do this one mostly sober. We talk the top grossing box office of the year, our favorite movies and TV, our favorite comics and more! A fun show as always. Click here to listen!
Dave and I are back talking the Jim & Dan’s Comic and Toy show, Tee Jays breakfast and indoor flea markets. We also discuss the Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom trailer, the Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse trailer, Jumanji hatred, Rich Swann’s legal woes and the Quentin Taratino Star Trek rumors. A fun show as always! Click here to listen!
Dave and I are back talking the Vigilance Kickstarter, Victor Dandridge’s big announcement, The Avengers Infinity War trailer and so much more! A fun show as always!
Dave and I are back talking Thor: Ragnarok, Dave’s trip to the HIM concert,and Hollywood sex scandals. Then for our main event, we review Hotshot #9 from Freestyle Komics and we discuss a divisive issue in the Indie comic community. A fun show as always! Click here to listen!
Dave and I are back with our Indie Comics Spectacular! We review books from Adam Fields, Russell Lissau, Bob Salley and David Brown! We also talk the new Tales of Mr. Rhee Kickstarter from Dirk Manning! A fun show as always. Click here to listen!
Dave and I are back and better than ever! We talk Dana White and the Vegas shootings, mean spirited click bait articles, Dave’s trip to Dragon Con and so much more! A good show as always! Click here to listen
Dave and I are back as we go in depth on McGregor vs. Mayweather, The Mae Young Classic, and the WWE Main Event Scene. Don’t fret comic fans, we also talk The Hellboy whitewashing controversy, Dave’s upcoming trip to Dragon Con and more! Plus Kickstarters of the Week! A fun show as always. click here to listen!
Dave and I are back talking the new Dr.Who, the Cable movie images, the failure of Valerian, The Ohio Toy and Comic Show and much more! A fun show as always! click here to listen to the show!
Dave and I are back talking the annual Half Price Books mega sale, The new Thor, the failure of Transformers and more! A fun show as always. Click here to listen
When I was only six years old, my parents took me to a car show at the old Vet’s Memorial in Columbus. By Dad was extremely excited because Batman was going to be there. I’m not sure what I was expecting, but as he ushered me to the table, a striking figure of a man in a satin cape and cowl smiled down at me. “Hello Citizen! I know that young men such as yourself are our future crime fighters, and I’d like to shake your hand.” he said. I was gobsmacked. I reached out and gripped his gloved hand as tightly as I could. Somewhere at my Mother’s house is a Polaroid of me that day, shaking the hand of Adam West. He was at a point in his career where being Batman wasn’t opening a lot of doors in Hollywood. But he didn’t care, he was Batman to every child and Dad in that hall. Through the years I became enamored with reruns of Batman ’66 on Nick at Night. I watched faithfully as Adam and Burt biffed and pow’d their way through a myriad of colorful villains. As I got older, I fell in love with the wit and camp that made it a classic. Later on, I delighted in Adam’s dry humor and broad comedy in shows like “Fairly Oddparents” and of course “Family Guy”. His inimitable voice and delivery can never be matched. I awoke today to hear the news that Adam West had passed from this world at the age of 88. Eighty eight years and god it felt too soon. He was my first Batman, he was debonair, witty and urbane. A true man of all talents. I think back today on that day I shook his hand, and I count myself incredibly lucky to have had that brief encounter with one of my heroes. Rest well Caped Crusader, the Bat Signal is dim today.