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David Pepose, Part 3
We welcome back David Pepose to discuss his latest Kickstarter project, The O.Z.
221: Killing the Smiles
This week, we review Batman: The Smile Killer, discuss our latest reads, and churn through the happenings in comics.
218: Cat Burglar
We review 2019’s Black Cat #1, check out the latest from Panel Syndicate, and run through the week’s news.
216: Very Strange Times
This week, we review Strange Adventures #1 and find solace in comic books as we try to avoid the coronavirus.
215: No Need to Continue
This week, we review the debuts of Force Works, Falcon & Winter Soldier, and Leviathan Dawn. Other books discussed include Curse of the White Knight, New Mutants, X-Men, and X-Force.
214: Revisiting DCeased
This week, we review DCeased: Unkillables #1. Other books discussed include Runaways, Joker: Killer Smile, Gideon Falls, and New Mutants.
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Sweet and Salty
I love this podcast. They keep it short and give you the important information without going off on a million tangents. More than a few times I've decided to read or not read a comic because of their review. The hosts are great, they play off each other well and are the perfect combination of sweet & salty.
I guess I just don't get it.
A comic podcast by two guys who seemingly don't read a whole lot of comics and aren't familiar with some major characters, but still seem to have some really strong negative opinions about said comics and characters. I guess I just don't get the point of the podcast other than to hear themselves talk.
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It’s been 2 years since my initial review and I was looking for a new podcast to listen to. I thought I’d give these guys another try... maybe I judged to early. Nope... I stand by my initial review. There is 1 new aspect of the show. One of the hosts spends a significant amount of time talking about all the twitter interactions he’s had.
They are the Betty and Veronica of comic book reviewers, meaning I want to have sex with both of them either individually or both at the same time. Worth a listen!