Comic Books, Star Wars, Star Trek, and all geeky news & things! In-depth discussion about things that do not need to be discussed in-depth. with Albert Marsh, Sandra Swindle & Stan Daniel!
Nude Ballet & Other Interests
They discuss What if and answer all your questions about it. Venom, Star Wars Visions, Y the Last Man get thrown in for good measure and then at the one hour mark they remember that they are supposed to discuss comics, and they do. Kind of. We also learn that the downfall of PBS is nude ballet and that Albert has afoot fetish which results in his consequent ban from Christian Mingle.com. Plus Sandra does not like Scarlet Johansson's apology to Disney.
Angry Women in Spandex
New Comics get reviewed, nerd stuff gets discussed, Albert insults half of the human population, Sandra doesn't do the other half any favors. All this plus nude turtles.
If Loving Shang-Chi is Wong We Don't Wanna Be Right.
We discuss the latest, comics, movies, and media then we learn Sandra has thrown her back out carrying the weight of the podcast, Stan is enamored with Adam West's physique, and Albert infects everyone else with his incorrect pronunciation of Shang-Chi. We also ask you make time next week for Sandra's intervention. The first step on the road to recovery is the rest of us admitting she has a problem.
Birds, Bees, Feminism, and the Suicide Squad
This episode has nothing to do with Werner Herzog. It does, however have a lot to do with James Gunn's Suicide Squad now streaming on HBO Max. You also get Stan and Sandra arguing over which fictional character you support makes you more woke. Albert is here, too.
Comic book news, reviews and discussion plus you get to listen to Sandra pretend like she likes Black Panther while Albert packs his things and gets ready to prostitute himself on SubStack.
Girls Gone Oscar Wilde
Reviews on Comics from the past few weeks, plus you get the added benefit of Stan wholeheartedly agreeing with Albert and Sandra, who then continue to admonish him
for daring to agree with them. As an added bonus, out of the blue, Sandra and Albert are suddenly greatly concerned about poor people taking advantage of millionaires.
They are odd, but amusing. Good for comic book fans.
They are weirdos! But they have caused my comic pull list to grow with comics I'd never have given a glance. Once and future, Beasts of Burden, and ultramega are all great reads I found thanx to them. I don't always agree, but I do laugh at them when I don't.
They are fun to listen to! Sometimes cringe, but even that is fun!