Marvel rules! DC rules! Or maybe they don't, depending on the week! From the producers of The Geekbox comes The Comic Conspiracy, a weekly podcast about all things good (and bad) in the four-color world of comics, hosted by Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, Toby Sidler, and Charlie West. New episode every Tuesday night!
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 516
This week, we discuss ordering from PRH, Marvel firing Joe Bennett, Mark Waid on Superman, questionable auction sales, Spider-Man 2 and Wolverine coming to PS5, not having enough time to watch Y The Last Man, and the Hawkeye trailer. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and Kevin Sharp.
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 515
This week, we discuss Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, Kevin Sharp, Scott Shea, Toby Sidler, and Charlie West.
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 514
This week, we discuss comic production delays, Josh Williamson taking over Batman, the original promo art for Neil Gaiman's Sandman, CW's Armageddon, Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer, and we answer some listener questions. Starring Ryan Higgins and Brock Sager.
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 513
This week, we discuss the end of Wizard World, Robins, Jinxworld moves to Dark Horse, the DC/Webtoon deal, Y: The Last Man trailer, Black Canary movie news, shortened theatrical runs, the Shang-Chi "experiment", Marvel & DC payment to creators, the new Eternals trailer, What If...? Episode 1 and 2, and the finale of Superman & Lois. Starring Ryan Higgins, Brock Sager, and Kevin Sharp.
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 512
This week, we discuss comic creators moving to Substack. Starring Ryan Higgins and Kevin Sharp.
The Comic Conspiracy: Episode 511
This week, we discuss The Suicide Squad. Starring Ryan Higgins, Gage Kastner, Brock Sager, Kevin Sharp, Scott Shea, and Charlie West.
I really like these podcasts these guys do a great job with content and bring up great conversation. The only thing that drives me nuts is that they are comic lovers but still pronounce Thanos as Thaynos . Like come on lol
Retailer perspective/good camaraderie
I like the retailer perspective. It isn’t something I’d be privy too otherwise. Camraderie seems sincere. Enjoy the sales talk. I appreciate the show keeping me abreast of comics related news.
The Ryan vs. Bryce “rivalry” is entertaining. Charlie is eminently likeable and Kevin seems a curious and intellectual character.
I had to shave off a few stars mainly for the host’s frustratingly “broad brush” political diatribes. It really is an unfortunate stain on the whole show.