This episode host Ed Moore discusses Frost and Fire from Usagi Yojimbo v1 issue 19 dated December 1989.
REFERENCES! It’s a punny title for a not-very-punny episode as your host Devin R Bruce channels the spirit of one of his Podcast Saints and dives headlong into his Regina pile…and also into madness! Will your intrepid host manage to survive the onslaught of his towering pile of unread comics? With the help of his spirit guide, Just Bill, how can he fail? From Chew to Fantastic Four to Über to Constantine to yes, even The Amazing Spider-Man, not even nine months of unread comics can stop the Scotch & Comics show!
Pretend it hasn’t been nearly three months. Pretend that your intrepid host Devin R Bruce has always been here, talking to you about the glory that is the comic book and the wonder that is the single malt Scotch whisky. And then pretend this is not entirely unexpected! Because boy howdy, was this a fun one to record. Put your feet up while he fix you a (virtual) drink. and then rants at you about Batman And The Monster Men by Matt Wagner, Revival by Tim Seely & Mike Norton, Thunderbolts Classic from Marvel, The Invisibles from Vertigo, and Pirate Eye: Mark of The Black Widow from Action Lab Comics! Acceptable superhero far, small town horror-noir, adventures in metafiction, and a pirate-gangster mashup you won’t soon forget. Is it a vision brought on by finishing off Grant Morrison’s breakfast smoothie? No, it’s just another episode of Scotch & Comics!
Host Derek Coward returns with the conclusion to his look at Part One of Heartbreak Soup.
On this episode , Dave Slusher reviews Brian Wood’s series The Massive from Dark Horse Comics. He discusses the series and how it differs from other current post-apoclyptic stories, how the small details really sell the world created and how it makes him feel to read it.
The Massive is written by Brian Wood and has had story arcs drawn by Kristian Donaldson, Garry Brown and Gary Erskine with colors by Jordie Bellaire.
Buy The Massive, Vol. 1: Black Pacific from Amazon.com.
On this episode of Ronin Rabbit The Usagi Yojimbo podcast, host Ed Moore discusses parts 6, 7, the Epilogue from the Dragon Bellow Conspiracy storyline and reads some feedback.
Host Derek Coward talks about the origin of Argent from the first part of Grendel #2, which can be found in the Grendel Archives from Dark Horse.
Host Ed Moore discusses The Dragon Bellow Conspiracy part V from Usagi Yojimbo v1 issue 17.
This episode host Ed Moore reviews The Dragon Bellow Conspiracy part IV, Thunder and Lightening from Usagi Yojimbo v1 issue 16.