Ben, Will, and Zack discuss Dark Horse's Star Wars Omnibi, Let's Make Ramen from Ten Speed Press, Superman's Pal Jimmy Olson, Murder Falcon from Image Comics, Hellboy vs. Lobster Johnson, and Superman: Year One.
Ben, Will, and Zack discuss Nate Powell's Come Again from Top Shelf.
Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Keiji Nakazawa's Barefoot Gen, Scott Edelman and Rico Rival's Scarecrow, Bill Griffith's Nobody's Fool, Jon B. Cooke's The Book of Weirdo, and Kid Gloves by Lucy Knisley.
Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Ezra Claytan Daniels's Upgrade Soul from Lion Forge.
Will, Zack, and Ben discuss Jaime Hernandez's Is This How You See Me?, Jordan Jeffries' The Complete Matinee Junkie: Five Years at the Movies, and Steve Ditko's The Safest Place in the World.
Will, Zack, and Ben discuss Dave Sim's Cerebus: High Society.
Ben, Will, and Zack discuss Natalie Nourigat's I Moved to Los Angeles to Work in Animation, Cullen Murphy's Cartoon County: My Father and His Friends in the Golden Age of Make-Believe, Katie Skelly's The Agency, and Sergio Ponchione's Memorabilia.
In this episode, Ben, Will, and Zack discuss Tillie Walden's tremendous On a Sunbeam from First Second Books.
Zack, Ben, and Will discuss: Eric Powell's Hillbilly, Maestros from Steve Skroce and Dave Stewart, Al Columbia's Amnesia: The Lost Films of Francis D. Longfellow, Florence from Annapurna Pictures, Brandon Graham's Royal Boiler, and Forty Years with Mr. Oswald by Russ Johnson. PHEW! That's a lot!
Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Paul Chadwick's fantastic Concrete: The Human Dilemma from Dark Horse Comics.
Will, Ben, and Zack discuss: Eric Stanton & the History of the Bizarre Underground by Richard Pérez Seves, Descender from Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen, Frankenstein: Agent of SHADE by Jeff Lemire and Alberto Ponticelli, Royal City by Jeff Lemire, My Hot Date by Noah Van Sciver, Secret Prison 8 - GLUT by Ian Harker and company, and The Seeds by Ann Nocenti and David Aja. Whew! That's a lot. Enjoy!
Will, Ben, and Zack discuss Frank Miller and Bill Sienkiewicz's classic Elektra: Assassin.
Four Kids Walk Into a Bank from Black Mask Studios, The Kurdles Adventure Magazine from Fantagraphics, The Birth of Kitaro from Drawn & Quarterly, How to Think When You Draw from The Etherington Brothers, and remembering the great Marie Severin. Enjoy!
Ben, Zack, and Will discuss Gabrielle Bell's fantastic and fascinating collection The Voyeurs from Uncivilized Books.
Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Christopher Priest and company's BLACK PANTHER, Campbell Whyte's HOME TIME from Top Shelf, Carol Tyler's FAB4 MANIA from Fantagraphics, Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodríguez's LOCKE & KEY from IDW, MILK WARS from DC's Young Animals team, and Rian Hughes's LOGO-A-GO-GO from Korero Press.
In this episode of Pictures Within Pictures, Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Michael Kupperman's incredible graphic memoir ALL THE ANSWERS from Gallery 13 Comics.
This episode, Will, Zack, and Ben discuss Nick Drnaso's SABRINA from Drawn & Quarterly, Brian K. Vaughn and Marcos Martín's BARRIER from Panel Syndicate, Jason's LOST CAT from Fantagraphics, and Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki's THIS ONE SUMMER from First Second.
From the pages of Peepshow, Will, Zack, and Ben discuss Joe Matt's THAT POOR BASTARD, released by Drawn and Quarterly.
Zack, Will, and Ben discuss Matt Kindt and David Rubín's ETHER from Dark Horse, Eddie Campbell's THE GOAT GETTERS from IDW, Samuel Delany and Mia Wolf's BREAD AND WINE from Fantagraphics, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Valentine De Landro's BITCH PLANET from Image, and the brand new MAD MAGAZINE from the Usual Gang of Idiots.
Ben, Will, and Zack dig into volume 1 of The Complete Pogo by Walt Kelly from Fantagraphics books!
The boys return to discuss The Fantagraphics Studio Edition: Jaime Hernandez, Box Brown's Is This Guy For Real?: The Unbelievable Andy Kaufman, and Rich Koslowski's The King.
This episode of Pictures Within Pictures, Will, Ben, and Zack discuss Chester Brown's surrealist classic Ed the Happy Clown.
This episode, Ben, Will, and Zack discuss the Fantagraphics collection Uncle Scrooge: "Only a Poor Old Man" by the indomitable Carl Barks.