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Fantastic Four #48 - The First Appearance of Galactus

[Lee Stan (w), Kirby, Jack (i), Sinnott, Art] "The Coming of Galactus!" Fantastic Four #48 (March. 1966), Marvel Comics.

[Lee Stan (w), Kirby, Jack (i), Sinnott, Art] "The Coming of Galactus!" Fantastic Four #48 (March. 1966), Marvel Comics.

In part one of issue 48, Fantastic Four needs a Jessica Alba, Gils is a Hootie fan, Tom knows his NASA, and Rick has it out for the letterer.                                                                                                        Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 2 of issue 48, the Thing is surprisingly sensitive, Tom mansplains, Rick mentions permanent erections, and Gils has to make a prank call.                                                                                                      Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 3 of issue 48, The Silver Surfer approaches, Gils figures out the origin of the Fantastic Four name, Tom drinks too much Red Bull, and Rick is concerned about the amount of Red Bull Tom drinks.                                                                                                                                                                               Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 4 of issue 48, Sue is worried about Reed, Gils wants to give ‘em the hose, Tom’s apartment is hot. and Rick gets sloppy with his syllables.                                                                                                      Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 5 of issue 48, Fantastic Four drop the ball, Rick’s gettin’ into it, Gils is pretty downtrodden, and Tom’s brain stops working.                                                                                                                     Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  


All Star Comics #8 - The First Appearance of Wonder Woman

[Marston, William Moulton (w), Peter, Harry (i) "Introducing Wonder Woman" All Star Comics #8 (December. 1941), Detective Comics. First Wonder Woman Comic.

[Marston, William Moulton (w), Peter, Harry (i) "Introducing Wonder Woman" All Star Comics #8 (December. 1941), Detective Comics. First Wonder Woman Comic.

In part 1 of issue 8 Wonder Woman falls in love, Beth goes into a fugue state, Tom doesn't think women can be doctors, Gils is just a normal guy, not a comic book nerd, and Kel Kid explains FernGully.                                                                                                                                                 Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 2 of issue 8 Steve Trevor isn't a very smart pilot, Kel Kid is a master at accents, Gils can feel the hair on his face, and Tom thinks that's kinds cool.                                                                                            Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 3 of issue 8 Hippolyte is a velcro parent, Tom's back hurts, Kel Kid wants to name her band: "Next Panel" and Gils is flipping the bird.                                                                                            Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  


Adventure Comics #321 - The Code of the Super-Heroes

"The Code of the Super-Heroes" [Hamilton, Edmond (w), Moldoff, Sheldon/Plastino, Al (i), Forte, John (p)] "The Code of the Super-Heroes" Adventure Comics #321 (June. 1964), Detective Comics. Legion of Super-heroes.

"The Code of the Super-Heroes"

[Hamilton, Edmond (w), Moldoff, Sheldon/Plastino, Al (i), Forte, John (p)] "The Code of the Super-Heroes" Adventure Comics #321 (June. 1964), Detective Comics. Legion of Super-heroes.

In part 1 of Issue 321 The Legion of Superheroes hates fatties, Kel Kid wishes she heard the bunghole phone call, Joe is the only person who knows what’s going on, Huddy has My Little Pony Hair, and Tom didn’t want to be sexist.                                                                                                             Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 2 of Issue 321 The Legion of Superheroes has too many members, Tom is reminded of  “The Intruder”,  Joe is super enthusiastic,  Huddy talks about perfume samples, and Kel Kid is ugly laughing.                                                                                                                                             Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 3 of Issue 321 Sunboy is a narcissist,  Tom is disappointed in Shrinking Violet,  Joe wouldn’t trust a damn radio, Men with deep southern accents can treat Kel Kid terribly, and Huddy has enough material to stop five erections.                                                                                                                         Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 4 of Issue 321 Commissioner Wilson is creepy,  Huddy wants someone else to be Colossal Boy,  Kel Kid has sherlocked the story,  Joe was born to play Mon-El, and Tom throws shit.                      Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 5 of Issue 321 The Legion causes a galactic-wide blackout , Tom walks away, Joe was a quail baby daddy, Huddy bought a garbage bag,  Kel Kid figured it out first.                                        Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  


Worlds Finest #94 - Superman-Batman Team Origin Story

[Hamilton, Edmond (w), Ray, Fred (i), Sprang, Dick (p)] "Origin of the Superman-Batman Team" World’s Finest #94 (June. 1958), Detective Comics. Superman-Batman Team Origin Story.

[Hamilton, Edmond (w), Ray, Fred (i), Sprang, Dick (p)] "Origin of the Superman-Batman Team" World’s Finest #94 (June. 1958), Detective Comics. Superman-Batman Team Origin Story.

In part 1 of issue 94 Batman and Superman are breaking up, Kel Kid mixes up her Swayze’s, Gil’s looks well-rested, and Tom abuses Google-Master Rick’s friendship.                                                    Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 2 of issue 94 Batman is a fan of ornamental architecture, Tom screams at his Echo. Kel Kid’s personal Jesus is Waze, and Gils feels safer not living in Metropolis.                                                   Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 3 of issue 94 Batman reminisces, Gils wants only practical ideas, Kel Kid wasn’t aware we were going in chronological order, and Tom starts a fire.                                                                       Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 4 of issue 94 Batman and Superman fall in love again, Tom gets burpy and screamy, Kel Kid thinks Clark Kent looks super, man! And Gils is sure Tom only imagined french fries.                                 Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  


Star Wars #7 - The first original Star Wars comic story

"New Planets, New Perils!" [Thomas, Roy (w), Chaykin, Howard (i), Springer, Frank (Emb)] "New Planets, New Perils!" Star Wars #7 (Jan. 1977), Marvel Comics. First Original Star Wars Comic Story.

"New Planets, New Perils!"

[Thomas, Roy (w), Chaykin, Howard (i), Springer, Frank (Emb)] "New Planets, New Perils!" Star Wars #7 (Jan. 1977), Marvel Comics. First Original Star Wars Comic Story.

In part 1 of Issue 7 Han Solo and Chewbacca are drug dealers, Gils is going 5 nights in a row. Tom thinks bumping donuts is funny,  and Kel Kid is afraid of space psychedelics.                             Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 2 of Issue 7 Chewie is not as mad as Han is, Kel Kid is obsessed with boob shape, Gils works in a Goonies reference, and Tom is enchanted by Che Guevara Bigfoot’s eyes.                             Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  

In part 3 of Issue 7 Han and Chewie are nova happy, Tom has Citizen Kane on the mind, Gils favorite Slupel day is Gragnok, and Kel Kid’s not a Star Trek fan either.                                                     Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn    

In part 4 of Issue 7 Han and Chewie find religion, Gils writes Chuck-E-Cheese song medleys, Kel Kid grunts, and Tom doesn’t understand Cyborg-human relations.                                                     Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn 

In part 5 of Issue 7 Han and Chewie are laser gun-toting murderers, Tom wants to know about Star Wars clowns, Kel Kid isn’t at her best with chafed nipples, and we’re all invited to Gil’s Glaknorg bake.                                                                                                                                                   Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn 

In final wrap-up episode of Issue 7 Gil’s has a theory on grandmas, Kel Kid sounds exactly like Chewie, and Tom knows jack shit about sports.                                                                                        Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn 


Detective Comics #38 - The first appearance of Robin

"Robin, The Boy Wonder." [Finger, Bill (w), Kane (i).] "Robin, The Boy Wonder." Detective Comics #38 (April. 1940), DC Comics. First Appearance of Robin.

"Robin, The Boy Wonder."

[Finger, Bill (w), Kane (i).] "Robin, The Boy Wonder." Detective Comics #38 (April. 1940), DC Comics. First Appearance of Robin.

In part 1 of Issue 38 of Detective Comics, Dick Grayson makes rash decisions, Gils had to outrun wild dogs, Tom thinks Ace Ventura 2 was a documentary, and Kel Kid has an unquenchable bloodlust.                                                                                                                                            Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   

In part 2 of Issue 38, Bruce takes in young Dick, Tom goes Broadway, Kel Kid is concerned about color coordination, and Gils finds religion.                                                                                       Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   

In part 3 of Issue 38 Bruce has a grudge against local shop owners, Kel Kid has advice on writing threatening notes, Gils is a Monkey’s Uncle, and Tom wonders where they got the pen.                      Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   


Detective Comics #27 - The first appearance of Batman

"The Case Of The Chemical Syndicate." [Finger, Bill (w), Kane (i).] "The Case Of The Chemical Syndicate." Detective Comics #27 (May. 1939), DC Comics. First Appearance of Batman.

"The Case Of The Chemical Syndicate."

[Finger, Bill (w), Kane (i).] "The Case Of The Chemical Syndicate." Detective Comics #27 (May. 1939), DC Comics. First Appearance of Batman.

In this first episode reading issue 27 of Detective Comics, Bruce Wayne has nothing else to do, Kel Kid's spirit animal is Miranda Lambert, Tom needs "Uh-huhs", and Gils got a ten piece.             Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   

In part 2 of issue 27, Batman's a murderer, Gils still loves the movie Ghost, Kel Kid almost got hit by the Batmobile, and Tom needs to buy more White Rain shampoo.                                                Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   

In part 3 of Issue 27, Batman uses a Bat handkerchief, Kel Kid can’t outrun the cops, Tom is the only one who appreciates good art, and Gils drinks to “sock!”                                                              Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn   

In this final wrap-up episode of Issue 27 Kel Kid wants to take the porn bus to the Borgata, Tom had Batman bed sheets, and Gils was confused by Adam West .                                                              Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn  


Bonus Episode

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Bonus Episode: Gils explains the plot of Avengers: Age of Ultron                                                Subscribe on iTunes        Stitcher         TuneIn                   


Avengers #56 – Death of the Winter Soldier

"Death Be Not Proud" [Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "Death Be Not Proud" The Avengers #56 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. Death of the Winter Soldier.

"Death Be Not Proud"

[Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "Death Be Not Proud" The Avengers #56 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. Death of the Winter Soldier.

In this episode we begin issue 56. The Avengers meet Captain America in a creepy, gothic castle, Gils decodes the secret code, Tom is disappointed by all the name-calling, and Kell Kid accidently gets fired.
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This is part 2 of issue 56. The Avengers travel back in time to World War 2, Tom wonders why “nuts” means crazy, Kell Kid gets scared straight, and Gils was entertained by ALL the Big League Chew for 2 hours.
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The third part of issue 56. The Avengers become The A-“voyeurs”, Gils goes through Baron Zemo’s Facebook page,  Kel Kid reminisces about the neighborHOOD, and Tom was in a junior high production of Oliver.
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In part 4 of issue 56, the Avengers go Quantum Leap, Kel Kid wants to gin it out, Tom’s super hero outfit would require orthopedic shoes, and a raisin tried to eat Gils’ face.
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In part 5 of issue 56 The Avengers drop the ball, Gils tries to psychoanalyze the Cap, Tom goes into mourning over Bucky, and Kel Kid plays to a tough crowd.
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In this final episode wrap-up of issue 56, The Avengers defy summation, Tom misses Ultron's mask, Kel Kid drops a "Powder" reference, and Gils has zero tolerance when it comes to old people.
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Avengers #55 – Continuing the story of Ultron

"Mayhem Over Manhattan!" "[Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "Mayhem Over Manhattan!" The Avengers #55 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. First appearance of Ultron

"Mayhem Over Manhattan!"

"[Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "Mayhem Over Manhattan!" The Avengers #55 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. First appearance of Ultron

The first in a 5 part series exploring issue 55 of Marvel’s The Avengers.
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2nd in a 5 part series exploring issue 55 of Marvel’s The Avengers.
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3rd in a 5 part series exploring issue 55 of Marvel’s The Avengers.
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In this episode we finish issue 55. The Avengers finally come face-to-face with their treasonous butler, Kell Kid demands American History, Tom gets Google happy, and Gils escapes into the Wasp’s triangle.
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In this Issue 55 wrap-up episode, Tom thinks like a villain, Kell Kid called you “A Jarvis,” and Gils channeled the cast of Everybody Loves Raymond.
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Avengers #54 – First Appearance of Ultron

"…And Deliver Us From…The Masters of Evil!" [Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "…And Deliver Us From…The Masters of Evil!" The Avengers #54 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. First appearance of Ultron

"…And Deliver Us From…The Masters of Evil!"

[Thomas, Roy (w), Buscema (i), and Lee, S (e).] "…And Deliver Us From…The Masters of Evil!" The Avengers #54 (July. 1968), Marvel Comics. First appearance of Ultron

The 1st episode of a 5 part series exploring issue 54 of Marvel’s The Avengers. Published in 1968, it's the beginning of the storyline that first introduced the villain Ultron to the Marvel universe.
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The 2nd episode of a 5 part series exploring issue 54 of Marvel’s The Avengers. Published in 1968, it is the beginning of the storyline that first introduced the villain Ultron to the Marvel universe.
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The 3rd episode of a 5 part series exploring issue 54 of Marvel’s The Avengers. Published in 1968, it's the beginning of the storyline that first introduced the villain Ultron to the Marvel universe.
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The 4th episode of a 5 part series exploring issue 54 of Marvel’s The Avengers. Published in 1968, it's the beginning of the storyline that first introduced the villain Ultron to the Marvel universe.
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The final episode of a 5 part series exploring issue 54 of Marvel’s The Avengers. Published in 1968, it's the beginning of the storyline that first introduced the villain Ultron to the Marvel universe.
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