It all comes back to Spider-Man doesn’t it? The cultural saturation of the character in a lot of English speaking societies. The relatable nature
Spy stories are spy stories. And yet we still love them. There’s just something about spies that sits well in our hearts. Because in
REFIRE TIME! We’ve looked at the Ninja Turtles before. We’ve had a few episodes about them even. But let’s be real, the podcast was
It’s the year [insert future year here] and mankind has probably destroyed the Earth because of course they did. How did we/they get here/there?
Some of the most important things I have right now are things that I’ve always had. Mostly my stuffed Snoopy that I’ve had since
Sometimes you just need to flip things on their head. You know, really make sure to hit the point that you’re trying to make.
What makes someone a villain? And once you get that label in people’s head what can happen to get that label removed or switched?
What is it that makes a comic connect with an audience? Is it the writing? The art? The characters? Nope, but also yes….? It’s
Comics can come from some weird places. Which most of the time is a shot at the writer or artist and the fact that
In the cold dark reaches of space nobody can hear you scream. Or something like that. Look, I’ve never been to space so I