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Dec 31, 2020

Jace talks about some of his favorite Green Lantern covers, who the artists are and why they made the list.

Dec 30, 2020

It's a bit of a light week to close out the year, but Jace and Manny do take a look at some of the books hitting stands this week. We have the final Death Metal One-Shot as well as the Tales from the Dark Multiverse issue that ties into Metal. Both serve as a reminder about the tone of this giant event that has spanned 3 years of DC storytelling. Jace also talks about the conclusion to the Endless Winter story. Manny dives into the 90's with a look at the Return of Vengeance One-Shot which brings back a lot of the concepts from the 90's Ghost Rider. Plus the latest issue of Amazing Spider-Man and the Batman Annual.

Dec 28, 2020

Jace talks about some of his favorite Rom covers, who the artists are and why they made the list.

Dec 28, 2020

Jace talks about some of his favorite Hulk covers, who the artists are and why they made the list.

Dec 28, 2020

Jace talks about some of his favorite Captain America covers, who the artists are and why they made the list.

Dec 28, 2020

Jace talks about some of his favorite Iron Man covers, who the artists are and why they made the list.

Dec 27, 2020

Jace talks with Peter J Rios, one of the founding members of Comic Geek Speak and a pioneer in the comic book podcasting field. They chat about the early days of CGS, how things evolved over time and the passion needed to be a full-time podcasting. Plus plenty of comic talk, chatting about the positives of 2020 and holiday cheer

Dec 25, 2020

Jace is joined by fellow Comic Book Content Creator Comicboom. They talk about the future of DC, who they hope to see on the books and some of their highlights from 2020. 

Dec 25, 2020

Jace is joined by Jason Inman and Tony Kim. Superman fans one and all, but this chat is about all the positive things in 2020 and plenty of speculations on the return of comic conventions. Plus plenty of holiday talk, puppies stories and what has been bringing the guys joy in this challenging year; whether it be comics, books, TV or movies!

Dec 25, 2020

Jace chats with one of his favorite people in all of comics J.T. Krul. Plenty of comic talk about what J.T. and Jace have been picking up during this challenging time and let's just say, they are both waxing nostalgic. They also chat about some projects J.T is working on that will be released through Kickstarter, but no details about the story, just yet. Of course their is plenty of holiday talk as well, as the guys get into the spirit of the season and talk some tradition & family. Please join for a feel good episode to brighten your Holidays!

Dec 25, 2020

Jace chats with renaissance man Kevin Shinick about his career and the varied things he has done over the years. Of course they spend a great deal of time talking comics and specifically the incredible Flash run that Kevin just finished. He was challenged by DC with the idea that everything has been done with the character, but Kevin found a way to bring something new, while honoring the legacy of Barry Allen. Don't worry, there's plenty of holiday talk too! Be sure you reach out to us and Kevin after this one to let us know your favorite version of The Christmas Carol!

Dec 25, 2020

Jace chats with writer Tom King about the highlights from 2020. It's been a challenging year for all of us, but Tom has been making the most of it by getting ahead on a lot of projects. This chat really has it all, they touch on Rorschach, Batman, Catwoman, Strange Adventures, Heroes in Crisis and more! Of course there is talk of holiday traditions as well, so there is plenty of good cheer to go around!

Dec 25, 2020

Jace chats with writer/producer/show runner Joe Henderson. The guys catch up on how things are going in the TV world with some Lucifer talk. Then shift to comics & chat about Joe's Eisner nominated series Skyward and Joe even teases his next project, Shadecraft, which brings the entire creative team from Skyward back together. Plenty of positivity and holiday cheer in this episode! 

Dec 24, 2020

Jace takes a look at X-Tremists #3 as Blob's feeling for Betsy are out in the open, how will she react? Also the behavior and bigotry of Moneta starts to become very evident to the team. We very well may be seeing empathy winning over the members of Department X. How will they reconcile their duty to uphold laws against intimacy and connection when they themselves are beginning to feel them also? They have always walked the fine line between protecting people from themselves while doing as little harm as possible, with the exception of Moneta. Now that status quo has changed tremendously. It will be interesting to see what happens next.

Dec 24, 2020

Jace dives into Amazing Nightcrawler #3 as Kurt is hit with a big surprise. Who is the mystery woman who showed up in his dressing room at the end of last issue? We know it is Mystique, but what does she reveal to Kurt? Could the path she sets him on be nothing but a big trap? How will Meggan react when Kurt confides in her? There is so much to unpack in this issue and we don't have all the answers yet, but what we do have is one heck of a story so far leading to those answers.

Dec 24, 2020

Jace talks about five series that are hailed by many fans as significant. Critical acclaim from fans and creators alike is a common thread for many of the titles on Jace's list. So why does he never expect to read them? They certainly aren't bad comics by most accounts and they involve some very talented creators, but Jace gives his thoughts on why he thinks they just aren't for him.Jace talks about five series that are hailed by many fans as significant. Critical acclaim from fans and creators alike is a common thread for many of the titles on Jace's list. So why does he never expect to read them? They certainly aren't bad comics by most accounts and they involve some very talented creators, but Jace gives his thoughts on why he thinks they just aren't for him.

Dec 24, 2020

Jace talks about five artists he would like to see on specific titles. We need a good long run so we can see just what each artist can bring to this individual titles. Be sure to give it a listen then reach out to us with some artist/title matchups you'd like to see.

Dec 24, 2020

Jace runs down his list of the Top 5 comic book runs he is hoping to read in 2021. Some are pretty broad and some he is not even sure where to start, but we do know it is a WHOLE LOT of great comics. Give it a listen and let us know what your reading goals are for 2021!

Dec 24, 2020

Jace runs down his list of the Top 5 comic book runs he is hoping to read in 2021. Some are pretty broad and some he is not even sure where to start, but we do know it is a WHOLE LOT of great comics. Give it a listen and let us know what your reading goals are for 2021!

Dec 24, 2020

LRM Online's Emmanuel Gomez talks with comic book creator Chris Northrop. During the interview we talk about his vital role in bringing Critical Role's Vox Machina Origins series to Dark Horse. As well as his past and upcoming projects! The world of Exandria is coming to comics. In a partnership between Dark Horse and Critical Role, the beloved weekly web series, is now a digital comic! Exploring the enthralling origins of the Vox Machina team, the comics are written by Matthew Colville (Evolve, Priest, Thief) with interior art by Critter community member Olivia Samson, and coloring and lettering by Chris Northrop. Expect a classic, low-magic fantasy with plenty of snappy dialog. The hardcover edition of collecting series 1 and 2 is now available!

Dec 24, 2020

Jace and Manny talk about some of the best non-superhero comics around. This are some relatively recent series that highlight how sequential art can be used to great effect in storytelling. From Horror to SciFi, in rural settings or the vastness of space, these stories are top notch.

Dec 24, 2020

Jace and Manny discuss characters that are used way too much in current comics. This are characters that have multiple monthly titles and/or are showing up as guest stars in other books constantly. 

Dec 24, 2020

Jace and Manny talk about some lesser known characters they want to see headline their own title. Most have never had a their own title before. Others have had a title but not for many years or only ever had a one-shot. Be sure to reach out to us on social media if there are any characters you think we missed.

Dec 23, 2020

Jace takes a look at Next Gen #3. Armor finally gets a chance to confront Anole about his role in the resistance, but Pixie chooses a terrible time to intervene which results in Anole needing to go on the run. Meanwhile Rockslide is beginning to suspect everything is not as it seems. When he confides in Glob about his suspicions, Glob decides it's time to let Rockslide know the truth. Does this mean that the resistance is about to gain several new members? It certainly looks possible. Next Gen continues to be the best of the Age of X-Man titles by the strength of it's characterizations and the interactions between these teammates.

Dec 23, 2020

Jace takes a look at Marvelous X-Men #3, as we get our first insights into the thoughts of X-Man. His reasoning for altering the world the way he was seemed flawed. To take it one step farther, his reasons for prioritizing the individual above all else speak to his stunted social development as a child having grown up in the Age of Apocalypse. How ironic that the biggest threat to his control over the new reality he has created is once again Apocalypse, this time going by his given name of En Sabuh Nur. Storm and Magneto also have conflict to deal with and despite their lack of memory, it feel like the old antagonism between Magneto & the X-Men is influencing these two.

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