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“Comics” Articles

Pull List 47 | Because It Matters

Chris and Hector talk industry news, their pulls and #1 comics and their reviews of "WW84" with "WandaVision".

Pull List 46 | We’re Back!

Chris and Hector long for that convention experience, DC Comics ends their exclusivity with Brian Bendis, and more!

A Look Back on Doomsday Clock: When Light Broke into the World of Watchmen

Not only is Doomsday Clock is a worthy continuation to the Watchmen narrative but also a redemptive story not unlike that of the Bible.

Pull List 45 | 2020 Comics Wrap Up

2020 comics news wrap-up with Hector and listener rankings for the best comics of 2020 along Hector's own personal Top 7.

LTN Radio Re-Cap | Nov. 2 – 8 | God is a Completionist

Our weekly re-cap of the Specials, Shorts, and Exclusives aired on LTN Radio for the week of Nov. 2nd through Nov. 8th. Listen live on LTNonair.com!

Free Play 105 | Zelda’s 35th Anniversary, Mango-Jaw, and Kate reads Fables

Zelda's 35th Anniversary is coming up, Matt talks about his hopes for Zelda collections, and Kate has a "mango-jaw" ailment and reads the Fables comics.

Pull List 43 | LTN Con Q&A with Tamara Robertson of Mythbusters

Tamara Robertson of Mythbusters joins Chris and Hector in a live Q&A panel (held socially distanced online) during the first LTN Con.

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!

Church Nerds 20 | Books vs. Movies

Bubba & Anna discuss their thoughts and fears about the upcoming Netflix adaptation of The Chronicles of Narnia and then expand the conversation about the age old debate between books and movies, Narnia and beyond! PLUS: Coffee talk. Follow Church Nerds on Twitter!

Aching for Justice in HBO’s Watchmen

HBO's Watchmen shows the consequences of tolerated injustice to help viewers understand the pain of the oppressed and need for a biblical view of justice.