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The Pull List 2.11 | Good, Old Fashion Comics!

DC Fandome Part 2 rolls on with a more specific comic focus, but appears to underwhelm. Good thing there are new comics for Chris & Hector to sort through!

The Pull List 2.8 | And The Hits Just Keep Coming

Chris and Hector are back at it again in the summer of COVID with all the comic industry news, new number one issues, and listener recommendations!

Through Their Eyes: What Some Characters Are Thankful For This Thanksgiving

What are some of our favorite characters thankful for? We asked and what we got was a dose of sincerity mixed with a dash of wry wit and a pinch of absurdity.

Pull List 26 | The Pull List Turns One Year Old

It’s been one whole year since Chris and Hector started The Pull List Podcast! Help us celebrate together by talking about Comics!

What Can We Learn From and Love About the Joker?

The Joker is a sadistic villain, but what makes him so popular? Clark Weidner takes a philosophical look at the good and bad behind the DC villain's appeal.

TITANS: No One To Blame

We choose to move towards life, or towards death. Dick Grayson had the opportunity to change his trajectory, but thankfully it won’t be Dick’s last chance.

Why Do Comic Books Matter?

Comic book stories are told through old and new characters with timely, personal ideas that resonate with diverse readers and their vibrant communities.

The Pull List 7 | Top 2018 DC and Marvel Comics

Chris and Hector talk about this week's big releases like Batman #62 and Oblivion Song. They also list their top 3 comics from DC and Marvel for 2018.

Episode 1 | The Pilot

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 […]

Free Play Ep. 25 | A Sad Telltale

In 2012, Telltale’s The Walking Dead: Season 1 received several “game of the year” awards as well and single-handedly brought back a genre of video game that lay dormant for almost 30 years. So, what went wrong? How could a company, doing so many things right, end so abruptly? That’s what we want to talk […]