Chris and Hector are back to talk about The Walking Dead, the cancellation of Daredevil, and the DC streaming service and toxic comic fandom.
At the root of Stan Lee and Spider Man's success is a basic observation of what it means to live well in the world as a human being.
In a multiverse of possibilities, Matt Murdock believes in Jesus and lives in accordance with his faith.
Chris and Hector talk about the lack of growth in Marvel Comics, Walmart's giant sized comics, and recommend their Top 3 graphic novels for new readers.
The DC Universe is in crisis (again) as the Heroes in Crisis 9 part series racks up a body count right from the onset. Light spoilers are contained within if you haven’t read the first 2 issues. The conversation then turns to the theories surrounding Mat Murdoch’s brother in the next Daredevil arc, Star Wars comics, and […]
Chris Poirer and Hector Miray team up for the first “unofficial” episode of The Pull List podcast where they talk all things comics, pop culture, faith and how it all interacts in the nerd culture at large. Up this week is Batman #53 and the subject of Batman’s beliefs which many feel writer Tom King […]
Heroes in Crisis suggests that if you truly want to be like a Superhero, start at your weakness and look forward.
The Fantastic Four are back, reminding us to strive to be the very best of ourselves.
Tom King's Batman #53 has the internet hotly arguing about the Dark Knight's religious leanings or lack there of. Is a more important takeaway being lost in the debate?