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Episode Guide

  • Season 5
    • Scott Pilgrim vs. The Movie!
      4/21/10
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      On the season 5 finale we interview the creator of Scott Pilgrim, Bryan Lee O'Malley, as well as review Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá's Daytripper (Vertigo), Crossed by Garth Ennis and Jacen Burrows (Avatar), PunisherMAX by Jason Aaron and Steve Dillon (Marvel), and Star Trek: Leonard McCoy by John Byrne (IDW). Be sure to follow us [...]moreless
    • Vasilis Lolos & Nemesis
      4/6/10
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      This week we review Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's Nemesis, Marvel Zombies by Fred Van Lente and Kano, The Losers by Andy Diggle and Jock, and Viking by Ivan Brandon and Nic Klein, as well as interview Vasilis Lolos, artist/creator of The Last Call, Pixu, Pirates of Coney Island and Buffy the Vampire Slayer: Tales [...]moreless
    • Zack Whedon & Blackest Night
      3/31/10
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      This week we interview Zack Whedon, the writer of Dr. Horrible (comic and web series) and Terminator (from Dark Horse), and review Geoff Johns' Blackest Night (from DC), Garth Ennis' Battlefields (from Dynamite), Tank Girl: The Royal Escape by Alan C. Martin and Rufus Dayglo (from IDW), and Tim Seeley's Hack/Slash (from DDP).moreless
    • Felicia Day & Viking
      3/23/10
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      This week we interview Felicia Day, writer and star of The Guild, as well as review Ivan Brandon and Nic Klein's Viking (Image Comics), Phonogram by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie (Image), Swordsmith Assassin by Andrew Cosby, Michael Alan Nelson and Ayhan Hayrula (Boom! Studios), and Deadpool by Daniel Way and Carlo Barberi (Marvel).moreless
    • Penny Arcade & The World of Web Comics
      This week we interview Penny Arcade creators Jerry "Tycho" Holkins and Mike "Gabe" Krahulik, and highlight a dozen web comics you should be reading like Penny Arcade, PVP, XKCD, Freak Angels, Sin Titulo, The Abominable Charles Christopher, Dr. McNinja, Looking For Group, Jump Leads, Let's Be Friends Again, Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal, and Hark! A Vagrant.moreless
    • Brea Grant & Ignition City
      2/24/10
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      This week we interview writer/actress Brea Grant about her new comic We Will Bury You co-written by Zane Grant, as well as review Warren Ellis and Gianluca Pagliarani's Ignition City, DC's The Web, WildStorm's Victorian Undead and Dark Horse's Creepy.
    • Phonogram & Supernatural
      2/17/10
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      This week we interview the creators of Phonogram, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, and review WildStorm's Supernatural: Beginning's End written by Andrew Dabb and Daniel Loflin and illustrated by Diego Olmos, Possessions Vol. 1 by Ray Fawkes and published by Oni Press, DC's Starman by James Robinson and Tony Harris (Twitter) and Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's Invincible published by Image Comics.moreless
    • Antony Johnston & Choker
      2/10/10
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      This week we interview Wasteland and Dead Space writer Antony Johnston, review Ben Templesmith (Twitter) and Ben McCool's (Twitter) Choker from Image Comics, inspect Joe Harris (Twitter) and Steve Rolston's (Twitter) Ghost Projekt from Oni Press, swing through the latest issues of Marvel's Amazing Spider-Man, and judge whether Mark Waid's The Incredibles from Boom Studios is truly incredible.moreless
    • Becky Cloonan & Logan's Run: Last Day
      This week we interview Demo and Pixu creator Becky Cloonan, as well as review Bluewater Comics adaptation Logan's Run: Last Day by Paul Salamoff and Patrick Gete, IDW's Angel: A Hole in the World by Scott Tipton and Elena Casagrande, Radical's Aladdin: Legacy of the Lost by Ian Edginton and Patrick Reilly, and Dark Horse's Mass Effect: Redemption by Mac Walters, John Jackson Miller, and Omar Francia.moreless
    • Rick Remender & Captain America: Reborn
      On the Season 5 premiere we review Ed Brubaker and Bryan Hitch's Captain America: Reborn, as well as highlight Powers by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, Batman & Robin by Grant Morrison and Cameron Stewart, and The Walking Dead by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, and interview Rick Remender, writer of The Last Days of American Crime, The End League, Punisher, Fear Agent, and (one of Casey's favorites) XXXombies.moreless
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  • Season 1