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Comic Books Are Burning In Hell

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Description

The only podcast about comic books on the internet, with Joe McCulloch, Chris Mautner, Matt Seneca and Tucker Stone.

Customer Reviews

Top comic critics unite!

Like a beacon of hope lighting up a dark sky, this podcast shines a golden ray of excellence across the comic book landscape. These guys are intelligent, knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and entertaining. Their deep understanding of the medium is unparalleled, and they will help you discover and appreciate more wonderful comic books than you thought existed. Listen to this!

Best & Underated

This has to be one of the best, no wait scratch that. This is the best comic podcast out there right now! I actually look forward to the discussion an reviews on comics ever week.Intelligent unique opinions and overall great discussions.

Are you guys thinking of interviewing creators? It would be great ( maybe as a fill in show when it's to difficult to get together). I know that would be treading on Inkstuds territory but it would be great to here you guys asking comic creators interesting questions and try to get an insight on what they were trying to achieve. ( I do not understand how Inkstuds is even still around, yes he does get some great creators on the show but the interviews with these are boring and put me to sleep every time. Some interviews are down right torturous. The only time it's interesting is when there is a panel discussion and usually everyone else carries the podcast, I'm just saying.)

These guys put the high brow in low brow.

Joe has the best monologue/rants of any podcaster on any comic podcast. This show actually benefits from having absentee members week to week because they all have so much to say that one less voice allows the other hosts to really delve deep into the subject. I always feel satisfied that the work has been thought about considerably before these guys talk to us about it. The only reason it gets 4 instead of 5 is because sometimes the audio quality is so bad I don't know what's being said.

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