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Aug 31, 2020

*Comics Spoilers*

 We have to start this week off by sending our condolences to the family, friends, and fans of the late Chadwick Boseman. As much as we're going to miss him on screen, his absence in the world is the true loss. Are there any indie comics you think would make great films or television series? We have a...


Aug 23, 2020

*Comics Spoilers*
We chat up the DC Fandome event, talk about Maestro #1, The Comic Book History or Profession Wrestling, The Chosen #I, and the Last of the Independents. 

For more Chris Compana and to check out books like The Chosen, check out his website: www.chriscampana.art 

NCBD Picks: Batman: 3 Jokers #1, Canto II...


Aug 16, 2020

*comics spoilers*

We bring the new Boom Studios comic, "Seven Secrets" to the round-table for some fun discussion today. The book opened the door to some really great discussion on how stories are delivered, organized, edited, and eventually distributed. Other Comics: Happiness Will Follow (Archia) , Vampire the...


Aug 9, 2020

*Comic Spoilers*

This week, we round-table the incredible Hedra by Jesse Lonergan(21:00). Its a silent comic with a loud story and lots of wonderful literary allusions. Matt talks up Pulp--the new OGN from Brubaker/Phillips (54:30), Craig goes all the way back to X-Men #1 (1:12:00), and Caleb dives headfirst into the...


Aug 2, 2020

This week, we're chatting with Dalton Shannon and Wells Thompson about their new anthology series, "Descent Into Dread." Published by Caliber Comics, this collection of 12 stories takes 21st Century anxieties and runs them through a filter of early 20th century pulp-style horror storytelling. This black and white feast...