This episode discusses Episode 6, “Stranger Danger on a Train” of Netflix’s Sweet Tooth! Mike liked the episode, Danny was lukewarm, but by the end of their discussion, they both had love for this episode.
Mike and Danny dig into the three storylines of episode 5 of Netflix’s Sweet Tooth; the highlights of a dream sequence, and how it’s VERY hard to not binge this show.
This episode discusses Episode 3, “Weird Deer S**t,” of Netflix’s Sweet Tooth; digging into the world of Dr. Singh, the “Market,” the dubbed “animal rescue team,” and the reveal of the show’s villain.
This episode discusses Episode 2 of Netflix’s Sweet Tooth, “Sorry About All The Dead People.” Mike goes into some of the differences from the comic, how the tone of the show manages expectations, and the massive number of questions we were left with at the end of the episode.
This episode was recorded in the recent past! Brian and Kate discuss the Locke & Key TV series on Netflix and how it compares to the comic from which the show is based!
This episode was recorded June 28th, 2015. This week’s hosts, Mike, Paul, and Nick, talk comic picks (Imperium #6, Nailbiter #14, and An Entity Observes All Things), Gotham season 2 rumors, the end of Witchblade, Southern Bastards and the confederate flag, why are licensed books so… good?, and a listener question, “Why can’t the big two create new, diverse characters?” It’s quite a whole shebang. You should check it out. This week’s music was Grammatik (“Hit That Jive” and “Muy Tranquilo“), Apollo Brown and Guilty Simpson, Brock Berrigan, and Infinity Shred. This week’s episode was Produced by Mike Rapin and Zander Riggs, and edited by Zander Riggs. Have a question? Want us to talk about a topic? Submit discussion topics to our subreddit /r/IReadComicBooks and get a hold of us here: email@example.com – @destroythecyb – destroythecyborg.tumblr.com Listen on Stitcher
This episode was recorded May 17th, 2015. This week, Mike and Nick discuss their comic picks for the week, Trees #9 and Ninjak #3. In the news gloss over, topics included: DC’s new digital-first book, Asa Butterfield as Spider-Man rumors, April 2015 top 10 selling comics, and the Constantine TV show (and shows moving to other networks or continuing due to fan support)–it was a lot. Primary topics for this week were Mike’s readdressing the outing of Bobby Drake, a discussion about the Supergirl TV series first look, and the cancelled Archie Comics Kickstarter. This week’s music was by Madcon (“Beggin“, “Don’t Worry“), Can’t Stop Won’t Stop (“Up and Away“, “Stop, Drop, Roll“), and Infinity Shred. Have a question? Want us to talk about a topic? Submit discussion topics to our subreddit /r/IReadComicBooks and get a hold of us here: firstname.lastname@example.org – @destroythecyb – destroythecyborg.tumblr.com Subscribe on iTunes | Listen on Stitcher | Podcast Feed