Wed, 9 December 2015
The wrecking crew (Joseph McCulloch, Matthew Seneca and Christopher Mautner) does battle with two titans of the past, both of whom have returned to the killing floor: Alan "Revenge of the Overfiend Moore" and Frank "Does A Body Good" Miller! Don't miss this battle royale!
Fri, 13 November 2015
On this episode of Comic Books Are Burning In Hell, Chris, Joe and Tucker are joined by Tim Hodler, editor of the Comics Journal, to discuss Comics Arts Brooklyn, which they all attended in some capacity.
Fri, 23 October 2015
Tom Spurgeon – The Narrator
Chris Mautner – The Recorder
Joe McCulloch – A Peeping Tom
AND FEATURING, IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE...
Various works by Wallace Wood (ex. “Cannon”, “Malice in Wonderland”, “Pipsqueak Papers”)
Various works by Frank Thorne (ex. “LANN”, “The Iron Devil”, “The Complete Ghita”)
“Birdland” by Gilbert Hernandez
Various works by Don Simpson ('Anton Drek') (ex. “Wendy Whitebread: Undercover Slut”, “Dracula's Daughter”, “Forbidden Frankenstein”)
“Ironwood” by Bill Willingham
“Id” by Robert Crumb
Various works by Tom Sutton ('Dementia') (ex. “Buffy”, “Crypt of Cum”, “Savage Sewer Sluts”)
“Box” by Brian Sendelbach
“Hump Crazy!” by Jeremy Eaton
“Cannibal Porn” by Rich Tommaso
“I Want to Be Your Dog” by Ho Che Anderson
“Cynthia Petal's Really Fantastic Alien Sex Frenzy!” by Dave Cooper
“Sheedeva” by Sandra Chang
Various works by Steve Carter & Antoinette Rydyr (ex. “Femosaur World”, “Spore Whores”, “Kill of the Spyderwoman”)
“Leatherboy” by Craig Maynard
“Coley Running Wild” by John Blackburn
“Ramba” by Rossano Rossi & Marco Delizia
Various works by Ron Wilber (ex. “Revelry in Hell”, “Domino Lady”, “The Ocelot”)
“The Young Witches” by Francisco Solano López, Ricardo Barreiro & Pablo Maiztegui ('Pol')
“Super Taboo” by Wolf Ogami
“Bondage Fairies” by Kondom
“Silky Whip” by Oh! Great
“Tart!” by Howie Dard
“Elizabeth Bathory” by Raulo Cáceres
“Talk Dirty” by Matthias Schultheiss
“Dirty Stories” anthologies, Eric Reynolds ed.
Various works by Tony Libido (ex. “Here Come the Lovejoys”, “Boffy the Vampire Layer”, “The Matrixxx”)
“Blowjob” anthologies, Michael Dowers ed.
“Crack Whore” by Dean Williams & Gunther von Wegen
“Submissive Suzanne” by Gunther von Wegen
“Diary of a Dominatrix” by Molly Kiely
“Small Favors” by Colleen Coover
“Eros Forum” anthologies, Ryder T. Windham ed.
“Housewives at Play” by Rebecca
“The Blonde” by Franco Saudelli
“Baby, You're Really Something!” by Frank Frazetta
“Liz & Beth” by Georges Lévis
“Real Smut!” by Dennis P. Eichhorn & various artists
“Butterscotch” by Milo Manara
Tue, 29 September 2015
Chris Mautner, Joe McCulloch and a special guest sit down to talk about Bethesda's own SPX Festival. Matt and Tucker didn't go so they aren't here yakking about it. What books did they buy? What did they miss? What did the younger generation have to say?
Wed, 26 August 2015
On this episode, Joe, Chris and Tucker get together to recap the last few months of comics they have read (which is less than you would think). Alan Moore, Garth Ennis and AVATAR are all brought to the table. YES MA'AM.
Thu, 30 July 2015
In this morsel of a pickle, Chris Mautner and Joe McCulloch sit down to gab about Blubber, the latest (greatest) release from Gilbert Hernandez and Fantagraphics Books, alongside Optic Nerve #14 by Adrian Tomine, a blistering piece of work. Two of the best single issues you'll see this year, being talked about by a couple of crackerjacks. Check 'em out!
Mon, 25 May 2015
The whole team sits down to talk about Sammy Harkham's Crickets--the fourth issue, specifically. That's Joe McCulloch, Chris Mautner, Tucker Stone and Matt Seneca on the same podcast. Drink in the noise!
Thu, 23 April 2015
On this episode, Chris Mautner and Joe McCulloch discuss contemporary manga that Joe picked up on his way to MoCCA, which he attended with Chris Mautner. Good times? Good times indeed.
Sun, 22 March 2015
On this episode, Joe McCulloch, Chris Mautner and Tucker Stone dedicate themselves to speaking to one another about the recently deceased Yoshihiro Tatsumi--why they like him, what others thought of him, and the nature of studying the history of another culture's art form when you don't know the language of that culture.
The books talked about on this episode are published for the most part by Drawn and Quarterly. They are:
Sun, 1 March 2015
On this extra long episode, the boys go old school and talk exclusively about a book that none of them liked: The Sculptor.