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History told by The Cavalcade of America is a well-done, factual show, and is a wonderful resource for all those who are interested in historical highlights and lesser-known episodes. Famed historians and writers worked on the show, and the actors were many of the best from the stage, screen and radio. equivalent to the current A&E Biography channel, and History channel's offerings. It can be a wonderful show to listen to with grade schoolers, or the entire family gathered 'round, like in ra ...
 
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It's fair to say that Jaime Hernandez is one of the favorite cartoonists of both Amir and Jason, so both of them were excited to dig into Jaime's graphic novel Is This How You See Me. But neither of them was quite prepared for the emotional impact of the book, particularly since they recently read another Xaime classic, The Love Bunglers, recently.…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Terrific cartoonist Ryan Claytor joins Jason this week to talk about several topics. One is his very intriguing new kickstarter project, which is a kind of fascinating collaboration between Ryan and his grandfather, the bringing of a work of poetry into comics form. Ryan also teaches comics and comic art at Michigan State University, and he and Jas…
 
Neither Jason nor Amir had ever read an issue of The Invisibles, so the pod seemed a perfect opportunity to scratch that itch. The guys read the first hardcover presentation of the epic Grant Morrison comic and were both intrigued and repelled by the main story - but both agree there are some gems in this book as well. Invisibles is obviously a com…
 
There are some definite patterns in the Marvel movies. One of them is that many films have a great setup, a mediocre middle, and a flat ending. Jason and Carlos agree that pattern fits Shang-Chi and the Legend of the 7 Rings, which starts out spectacularly, has an interesting middle, and a CGI-vs-CGI ending. But given that, is the movie worth watch…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Spider-Man and his amazing friends travel to Europe in the latest installment of the Spider-Man Sony/Marvel franchise. But does any of the plot make sense, and do people actually act in ways that any human would actually act? I guess you can tell from the episode title that Jason and Carlos didn't like the seemingly endless waves of dumbness includ…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Carlos and Jason went into Avengers: Endgame with a sense of dread. The movie is very long, very embedded in MCU continuity, and very tangled. But you'll hear their surprise in this episode when they decide that Endgame was just about the right length, with some good character details and compelling endings to MCU subplots. Somehow, some way, this …
 
Sergio Toppi is one of the finest cartoonists of his generation, but neither Jason nor Amir had ever read anything by him. The guys discover that they had been missing out over the intervening years, because the first collection of his work in America is incredible Amir and Jason read the first few stories in The Enchanted World and find them to be…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Jason is a big fan of crime comics, so he was excited when friend of the pod Steven Brower approached him, asking for a chat about Brower's new book Crime Comics Confidential. Of course Jason agreed, and what resulted was a free-ranging chat about comics, great comic art, their shared love for Jack Kirby, and even some music recommendations! It's a…
 
This week Amir and Jason dig out another lost classic from their deep collection, Glyn Dillon's fascinating 2012 graphic novel The Nao of Brown. This realistic graphic novel tells the story of a woman with a form of OCD, the family and friends who surround here, and puts readers deep into her imagination. Dillon's art is immaculate, and Jason and A…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Corto Maltese is a legendary Italian comic. Jason and Amir had heard about it many times over the years but never read any of Hugo Pratt's famous creation. They finally di read it for the pod, and both of them were amazed by how great this comic was. Join them for 20 minutes whichj will presuade you to add a Maltese collection to your holiday wishl…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
Carlos is back to chat about Marvel movies with Jason, and the next one on their list is Ant-Man and the Wasp. They both entered this watch with... well, medium hopes anyway for something fun and entertaining. Well, yeah, the movie is pretty fun but it's also lacking some real basics with logic and common sense. So join us and listen to the guys tr…
 
Amir and Jason get together again to look at another classic comic that's in their collection. This time they look at Marvel Treasury Edition #3 from 1974, which features two classic Conan stories by Roy Thomas and Barry Windsor-Smith. In fact, this book is kind of a proto-graphic novel which features new coloring by Windsor-Smith over some exquite…
 
I'd like to hear from you! Please drop me a line @ ring-rust@hotmail.com {Subject Line: Uberswank} & let me know what you like {or dislike} about my show! I'm always on the lookout for constructive criticism {if you want playlists, start giving me feedback, people!} Also... http://patreon.com/MarkJabroni…
 
For years, Jason has been telling Amir how incredible The Love Bunglers by Jaime Hernandez is. Finally the pair get to get together and discuss the graphic novel and, if anything, they find it to be even better than they thought. Join them for a fascinating discussion of a work by one of the finest graphic novelists of his generation. --- Send in a…
 
It's finally happened. Jason and Carlos have arrived at Avengers: Infinity War in their Marvel movie watch. One of the longest, and absolutely the biggest downer of a Marvel movie, the guys ponder if this movie transcends its sadness with good character moments or if it is finally just too depressing to really enjoy. --- Send in a voice message: ht…
 
Neither Jason nor Amir had read Prince of Cats before the decided to cover it in this episode - and they had heard great things about Ron Wimberly's graphic novel - so this was the perfect time to finally check it out. But the book ended up being even better than either of them expected, and their chat shows how great they both thought this wholly …
 
Jason and Carlos loved Thor Ragnarok when they first saw it, but was it indeed the best Marvel movie, as many critics have said? The guys explore that question, looking in detail at the complex world director Taika Waititi creates in this movie, a world much more complex than it seems to have on a first watch. Is it the best Marvel movie? Jason and…
 
Dr. Strange is both an oddball entry in the MCU and a completely traditional entry. On one hand, the story takes place in odd dimensions, outside of the world most other heroes experinece, and with a complex and hard-to-grasp cosmology. On the other hand, it's an origin story through and through, a classic kind of Marvel movie. Carlos and Jason exp…
 
Amir is a self-professed huge fan of Daniel Clowes, but he's never read David Boring before. Jason had read it before but was puzzled by the book. So this read was a revelation for both of them, as they revel in the complex plotline Clowes created and the artful way he delivered the story. The guys get intrigued by the book's mysteries and enigmas,…
 
Somehow, despite the fact they both owned copies of the story, neither Jason nor Amir had ever read any of Moebius's classic western comic Lt. Blueberry. They rectify that error here, reading "The Iron Horse", and discover - no suprise - that these are incredible comics. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/messageSupport th…
 
Amir and Jason decided to take one more stop in their reading of Steve Gerber comics, so they decided to take a look at Howard the Duck #4 from 1976, a shockingly dark look at violence. It's a great comic and the guys spend 20 minutes discussing the complicated moral questions Gerber raises in this issue. Give it a listen and let us know what you t…
 
Amir loved the Tintin comics growing up, but Jason never read them. So Amir shares his passion for this classic series and sees Jason blown away by the artistry and plain fun of these volumes. Along the way the guys talk about great coloring, Herge's complicated lovelife, and unrequited monster love. It's a half hour of great listening. --- Send in…
 
This week Amir and Jason go a little outside our normal Classsic Comic Cavalcade topics, with a discussion of the comics work of the brilliant Carl Barks. Amir and Jason discuss the classic story "The Fabulous Philosopher's Stone", a thrilling story about a treasure hunt to find a rock than transmutes metal into gold. Appropriately, the guys find g…
 
Spider-Man: Homecoming got extremely good reviews on its release, but Jason is full of complaints about it. Is he just being a contrary aspiring hipster or do his points make sense? Carlos tries to sort out Jason's take on the first Spider-Man movie in the MCU. What do you think of his take? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccom…
 
Amir and Jason wrapup their discussion of the brilliant Steve Gerber/Mary Skrenes/Jim Mooney comic Omega the Unknown with a look at the mysterious issue #10. The issue starts with a funeral, ends with a hero being shot down, and contains a slew of cryptic scenes in between. The guys try to make sense of the story and take guesses as to where the se…
 
Steve Gerber and Mary Skrenes are back on Omega the Unknown with issue 9, so it's a return to greatness. Their brilliant work spurs an interesting conversation by Jason and Amir, discussing children's wish fulfillment, the shallowness of comic book heroism, and the nature of vigilantism - among many other topics. It's a great listen which we're sur…
 
After loving James Gunn's Guardians of the Galaxy films (especially Book 2), Jason was really excited to watch Gunn's The Suicide Squad. Carlos was excited, too, but not holding his breath. And after watching this new movie, Carlos and Jason are... kind of conflicted. Kind of happy, laughing along, at the same time they're frustrated by the movie. …
 
Yeah, Carlos and Jason both spent the 30 bucks to watch Black Widow on Disney+. But they both agree the expense was worth it because they agree the movie is fun, with some clever character moments and people to root for. Way to go Disney/Marvel! Join us for 20 minutes of happy discussion! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics…
 
Omega the Unknown was an incredible Steve Gerber - Mary Skrenes project, but two issues were fill-ins. Amir and Jason dig into those fill-in issues, exploring where they succeed and fail, and how they might have gone differently if Amir or Jason had written the comic instead of Scott Edelman and Roger Stern. It's an interesting listen, worth 30 min…
 
The Marvelcast, our rewatching of the Marvel movies in chronological order, continues with our watch of Captain America: Civil War. Jason expected to love the movie and only kind of liked it. Carlos, on the other hand, has a hot take -- he thought it was pretty awful. Join us for 20 minutes of honest disappointment, a few laughs, and maybe a few si…
 
Omega the Unknown #6 is an odd issue - but then again, every issue of this comic is odd. Omega #6 starts with a spooky dream sequence that echoes trauma from earlier issues, has a few non-sequitur scenes, starts to explore tensions and trust issues between the Hell's Kitchen roommates, and features a villain who is odd, unerwhelming and yet terrify…
 
Next up on the great Marvel movie rewatch is Ant-Man, a movie Carlos had never seen and which Jason barely remembered. Did they like it or hate it, or kinda fall inbetween? (Spoiler: bet in inbetween!) This pod is a 28-minute fun listen, so please listen and enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/messageSupport this pod…
 
Amir and Jason are back with their discussion of the classic Omega the Unknown by Steve, Gerber, Mary Skrenes and Jim Mooney. The guys declare the comic is amazing, with one of the darkest moments of 1970s comics and a deeply strange villain. It's 30 minutes of interesting discussion about a brilliant, unique comic book. --- Send in a voice message…
 
Yeah, so Avengers: the Age of Ultron isn't the greatest Marvel film but it isn't the worst one, either. Join Carlos and Jason as they dive deep into sentient robots, complicated twins and the pointless destruction of a city in this 30 minute chat. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/classiccomics/messageSupport this podcast: https://anch…
 
Jason and Carlos knew they'd enjoy Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, but they weren't ready for how much they enjoyed it. The ended up recording a 35 minute pod all about how fantastic this film was - and you should go watch it right now if you love fun. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a rating on iTunes. --- Send in a voice m…
 
Finally Jason and Carlos watch one of their favorite Marvel movies, Guardians of the Galaxy. Both of them love this fun, freewheeling superhero flick, so they trade off in a conversation about why it's so great. Join them for 24 minutes of purely pleasurable chat about a purely pleasurable film! If you enjoyed the show, please subscribe and leave a…
 
This week Jason starts out saying Captain America: the Winter Soldier is his favorite MCU film so far. But Carlos disagrees with that assertion. He feels it's just not as good as Jason thinks. Join us for 24 minutes of fun debate as well as some bashing of Robert Redford and some praise of Scarlett Johansson. If you enjoy this podcast, please subsc…
 
Omega the Unknown is a contemplative issue, full of thoughtful exposition that begins to illuminate the mindset of our mysterious hero as he is confronted with an experience completely outside of anything he even considered. Meanwhile, James-Michael is forced to grow some chest hair and go to a public middle school - a school that is a true living …
 
Is Thor: the Dark World a great movie fantasy or a weird, dull tangent in the Marvel Universe? This time Carlos liked the movie, feeling it was a fun derivate take on Lord of the Rings trilogy, while Jason thinks there's just not a lot there to latch onto. It's 28 minutes of fun argument we hope you'll enjoy! --- Send in a voice message: https://an…
 
In the third amazing issue of Omega the Unknown, things start to evolve in ways we can barely expect. James-Michael has another weird meeting with his doctor before he enrolls in one of the most realistic and frightening middle schools in New York circa 1976. He also tunes into a telethon in which Electro, the old Spider-Man villain, is monologuing…
 
Carlos hated Iron Man 3, but Jason has a hot take on the movie: it's actally not terrible. The guys argue a lot about whether Tony actually grows, if the end battle in this movie is worthwhile, and whether this is an appropriate conclusion to the Iron Man trilogy. They almost break their friendship based on this flick - or at least Carlos threatens…
 
Jason and Carlos have made it to the end of Phase 1 of the MCU as they discuss The Avengers, which stars just about everybody in an awesome special effects blockbuster. Carlos was frustrated by the sketchiness of this movie, while Jason enjoyed the spectacle of it. Come spend 28 minutes listening to Carlos grouse and Jason kinda sounds happy about …
 
Once again Amir and Jason look at Omega the Unknown, the masterpiece by Steve Gerber, Mary Skrenes and Jim Mooney, and once again they find it is spectacular comics - smart, mysterious and beguilingly complex, with outstanding storytelling, compelling characters and a fascinating setting. It's 48 minutes of smart, thoughtful comics analysis we're s…
 
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