Everything you need to know in comics & pop culture, and a whole lot more you probably don't.
Enter Stage Left, Mark Russell
Writer extraordinaire Mark Russell (The Flintstones, Second Coming, Wonder Twins, Billionaire Island) joins us to talk superheroes, satire, and the ultra-rich’s plans to abandon us to the apocalypse. And Larry & Mitch need a safe word as we discuss the latest sunny update from DC Comics.
Former host Dave Jackson joins us to talk Ultraman, cannibals and Ronald McDonald's dirty secret. And Mitch won't stop talking about Oscar Isaac joining the MCU.
Back To The Future
We break down the first details about 5G - scratch that - Future State. Plus casting fun and games, Commissioner Gordon's dressing gown, Larry bares his soul with a Hulk pain, and we spin a conspiracy theory about Tom King and Jorge Fornes' Rorshach #1.
A Gift from Todd
It’s Mitch vs McFarlane this ep as we dissect the Toddmeister’s Chadwick Boseman tribute in Spawn. We also talk the return of Jamie Foxx’s Electro, and what other characters we want back in our superhero blockbusters. Lucas fears which of his favourite characters Tom King will write next. Oh, and we talk to legendary Hulk writer Peter David!
We're Larry Boxshall
We review the latest DC universe TV series Stargirl, plus Dune Round 3, Wandavision trailer and more...
00:00 Intro & News
- Dune: House Atreides #1
- Fearless Dawn Meets Hellboy
- Iron Man #1
- Billionaire Island #1-2
- Far Sector #4-5
1:13:10 Feature: Stargirl
1:43:45 BA’s PA
This episode we ask whether Rob Liefeld and Donald Trump take the same public speaking classes, we ring the bell for another round of Larry vs Dune, and we salute two mighty Avengers - discussing the great Diana Rigg in our News segment, and paying tribute to Chadwick Boseman in our main feature.
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Comics is just the start
The Rad Lounge starts as an insightful look at the world of comics but it’s when it devolves into Larry’s fascination with short haired girls, Mitch’s daddy issues, Lucas’s Doctor Who obsession etc that the show is sublime. Totally worth a subscription