On the previous episode, Dan and Mark discussed the drama behind the bungled initial reveal of the Hobgoblin’s identity. But, every story needs a good ending. Not content to let Ned Leeds be blamed for the crimes of the Hobgoblin,
It’s the end of the Nick Spencer run and everything is coming to a conclusion… sort of… Today on the show, Dan and Mark are going to be discussing Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #74, entitled “What Cost Victory?”.
Kindred’s identity is revealed and they are going to make Spider-Man pay! Today on the show, Dan and Mark are going to be discussing Sinister War #4 and Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #73. But first, buckle up,
Dan and Mark finally reveal all their thoughts on Spider-Man: No Way Home. They will be leaning into heavy spoilers, so if you haven’t seen the film consider yourself warned! If you want more of Dan’s coverage of Spider-Man: No Way Home,
On the previous episode Dan and Mark discussed what made Roger Stern’s Hobgoblin one of the greatest villain debuts of all of Spider-Man history and such a compelling mystery. But as compelling as that mystery became,
I was lucky enough to see Spider-Man: No Way Home before even the premiere in Hollywood, thanks to an invite from Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures. I’ve had a ton of complicated feelings about the film and so when my friend and fellow critic David Chen...
It’s the most wonderful time of the year… Free Comic Book Day. On this week’s episode, Dan and Mark discuss the 2021 Free Comic Book Day Spider-Man #1 issue that teases the start of Spider-Man Beyond. This issue was written by Zeb Wells,
Dan and Mark discuss Sinister War #3 and Amazing Spider-Man (vol. 5) #72. But first, buckle up, we’re going to talk about the new Sinister War no. 3. This issue was written by Nick Spencer and Ed Brisson, with pencils by Mark Bagley, Carlos Gomez,
“Have you read… ?” “Yes.” Today, Dan sits down with writer Douglas Wolk to discuss his new book: “All of the Marvels”. Douglas is known for his writing about comics for many prestigious publications and his celebrated book “Reading Comics: How Graphic ...
This ain’t a war, it’s a god damn octopus arms race! On this week’s show, Dan and Mark discuss Sinister War #2. This issue was written by Nick Spencer and Ed Brisson, with art by Mark Bagley, Dioegenes Neves, Carlos Gomez, and Ze Carlos,