On this week’s episode, I’m celebrating my nearly life-long Star Wars fandom! From the days of watching the movies on cable to earning a few bucks from one of my favorite franchises, this one covers it all!
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For this week’s episode of show, I went to my comic trade To Read pile in the garage and grabbed five different books from five different companies to put in my eyeballs. How’d that go? You’ll have to listen to the show!
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Tying into this week’s release of the very intriguing Aliens #1 by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Salvador Larroca, I’m looking back at a quintet of fantastic artists who played in the toy box built by H.R. Giger at Dark Horse in the early 90s! It’s a real murderer’s row of talent.
If you’re curious about the Blumhouse.com article I mentioned, you can read it here. It took me way too long to find it!
Hi gang and happy belated St. Patrick’s Day! If you’re curious about the homemade Reubens I made, check out this link! They may not be particularly Irish, but they are absolutely delicious. In other holiday news, I watched all of the Leprechaun movies. The results were…something. Give it a listen! Also, you can stream a lot of these movies on Peacock, Syfy and Fubo!
Happy Women’s Month everyone! To celebrate, I’m reflecting on one of my all-time favorite comic characters Wonder Woman! In this episode, I offer up a handful of quick hit Wonder Woman comics and graphic novels meant to usher any and all curious about the character into the wonderful world of comics!
I mentioned a few things I’ve written in the episode as well. If you’re curious, here’s the link for the Fandom Wonder Woman 1984 piece I worked on as well as the Colleen Doran CBR interview I did with her about A Distant Soil back in 2013. Oh and in the gallery above you can see the Mike Deodato Artemis sketch I mentioned!
Hi there cats and kittens, this week’s episode of The High Five podcast gets hep with a quintet of musicals from the 1980s that have roots going back to the 1950s! We have Happy Days and Grease to thank for these, plus the eventual power that kids who grew up in that older decade had in the latter one! This one was a real wild trip, but I had a gas putting it together!
Oh and if you want to list to the Spotify playlist I put together based on some of these films’ soundtracks, check it out!
Here’s a few cool pieces of Little Shop Of Horrors art too!
On this week’s High Five Podcast I’m joined by not one, but two very special guests: my kids! On this one, the three of us discuss our favorite TV show watching experiences of last year. It might sound a little funky because it was recorded differently than the others, but I hope you’ll enjoy our takes on some of the best shows for families around!
On this week, I’m celebrating Black History Month by running down five of my all time favorite black comic creators. This was a delightful trip down memory lane, but also a great look at some of the greatest comic writers and artists around. I hope you enjoy it!
If you’re interested in the links I mentioned in the episode, here’s the CBR interview I did about Goldie Vance. If you want to find out more about McDuffie being let go from Justice League of America, you can read the initial Lying In The Gutters column here and then the news itself about him being ousted here. Finally, enjoy a few pics I snapped while putting this episode together including the fantastic Kyle Rayner sketch Darryl Banks did for me!
On this week’s High Five Podcast I’m celebrating five fantastic female horror directors making awesome movies right now! The list includes Anna Biller, Ana Lily Amirpour, Natalie Erika James, Jennifer Kent and Karyn Kusama, five of the best the genre — and many others — have to offer right now!