Tetris: The Games People Play by Box Brown My rating: 2 of 5 stars I’m convinced there’s a really interesting story in here, but I got really bogged down in who owned which rights to which versions of Tetris. Alexey,… Continue Reading
Tumor Fruit by Carlton Mellick III My rating: 4 of 5 stars How do I feel… Tricked. Sort of. While not as bizarre as Mellick’s other books, I gotta say this one had parts that were emotionally resonant. Which I… Continue Reading
Send in the clowns.
Horror comics are anything but.
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 5: The Pickens County Horror and Others by Mike Mignola My rating: 3 of 5 stars Pickens County, which is real, seems to be a certain kind of county. I’ll let you guess, reader: A)… Continue Reading
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 4: The Devil’s Engine & The Long Death by Mike Mignola My rating: 4 of 5 stars And then B.P.R.D. made the Wendigo badass. This really is the book that keeps on giving. View all… Continue Reading
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 3: Russia by Mike Mignola My rating: 4 of 5 stars Did I think I’d ever read a comic book where the best character is a sentient cloud of steam? Yes. But I’m a fuckin’… Continue Reading
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 2: Gods and Monsters by Mike Mignola My rating: 4 of 5 stars Even though I don’t like that there’s a character named Fenix. Which I assume is pronounced like the bird with the fire… Continue Reading
The Stanley, the…Shining star of Colorado horror.
A murder most literary.
I put a spell on you, my phone.
Dun Dun Dun.
Buy some shit!
I wish I did not know about this Auto Icon.
Do not overdecorate.
And then we done got abducted. And that does not mean we got six packs.
Killer Klowns From Right Here!
A day late, but saved by technology being awesome.
Bizarro. Bizarro. Bizarro.
The 37th Parallel: The Secret Truth Behind America’s UFO Highway by Ben Mezrich My rating: 3 of 5 stars I picked this one up because I felt like I was in the mood for a non-fiction book that was not… Continue Reading
B.P.R.D. Hell on Earth, Vol. 1: New World by Mike Mignola My rating: 3 of 5 stars It’s Hallo-Spooka-Skelebones-A-Ween! And so, why not dive into this second BPRD series? Because where else can you find office drama occurring between a… Continue Reading
The Legacy Of Luther Strode by Justin Jordan My rating: 4 of 5 stars Mr. Strode? It’s been a nice ride. I’d just like to highlight the art of Tradd Moore throughout this series. Soooooo good. So different, so perfect… Continue Reading
Winchester Mystery House! Of Mystery!
We wrap up the list of unusual deaths. In a nice little package. Of death.
Prez, Vol. 1: Corndog-in-Chief by Mark Russell My rating: 4 of 5 stars This, I liked! And this is coming from someone who is currently reading a book about fucking UFO’s because I’m so tired of reading anything remotely related… Continue Reading
Deaths of the unusual variety.
We go Postal.
Have you been…visited?
Howdy, This pamphlet is meant to help non-voters and perhaps third-party voters get through the 2016 election season. Welcome. Because I’m sure this will be read by many voters, let me tell you what this isn’t: This isn’t an argument… Continue Reading
We take a moment to find out when I will die.
Come on. Ride the train.
Buy a Gacy original!
Our second round. This time, we dip into the Toybox.
A big surprise for October? If we can pull it off?
Business Person: As an icebreaker, we’re going to play Two Truths and a Lie. Peter, would you like to start? *I put a duffel bag on the table* Peter: Gentlemen. *I unzip the duffel bag and pull out three clear… Continue Reading
The Manhattan Projects, Vol 6: The Sun Beyond the Stars by Jonathan Hickman My rating: 3 of 5 stars What can I say? If you’re gonna read this, read as much of it as possible in as short a time… Continue Reading
The Manhattan Projects, Vol 5: The Cold War by Jonathan Hickman My rating: 3 of 5 stars I’ll be honest, it’s too long between volumes for me to keep track of what the fuck is going on in this series.… Continue Reading
I said our last show was the best. That was a lie. THIS is a show. Our best…that’s long in the past.
Captain America: Sentinel of Liberty by Mark Waid My rating: 2 of 5 stars The mind-blowing thing about this collection, it’s a perfect sample for the whole “everything old is new again” thing that happens in comics. Can we talk… Continue Reading
288 episodes later, we finally do our best ever show.
Batman by Doug Moench and Kelley Jones Vol. 1 by Doug Moench My rating: 3 of 5 stars Kinda lame, but kinda awesome. This is definitely from the period before Batgod, the time when Batman became not the ultimate man,… Continue Reading
Coffee shops have gotten into this new thing where instead of having a top jar, they have TWO tip jars with a Would You Rather? type of question. So one jar will say “Be 3 feet taller?” and the other… Continue Reading
I’m sure you’ve heard the news, our hard-hitting journalist friend Jimmy Fallon interviewed none other than Donald Trump. I, for one, am outraged. But I shouldn’t be so surprised. Even though he won our hearts with his award-winning journalism and… Continue Reading
Back in the studio, wolf men, letters, and a run-in with our neighbors to the north.
A place I go for burritos sometimes is looking for a new name. I guess the name “Big City Burrito” isn’t cutting it anymore. No problem. Pete to the rescue! Suggested Name: Pig City Burrito Why: All you need is… Continue Reading
Cozy Classics: Jane Eyre by Jack Wang My rating: 2 of 5 stars So here’s the concept: What if we made characters out of yarn, and we told the story of a classic book, but kid friendly and in only… Continue Reading