This week on Funnybooks…Paul discusses FOOTBALL! (really!) Paul was at the opening game of the new XFL and shares his experience. Then, the boys get caught up on some of the newest comic releases, including: Captain America: The End Thor #3 X-Men/Fantastic Four #1
Arrow Finale Birds of Prey Justice League #39 Doctor Strange: Surgeon Supreme #2 Thor #2
On this week’s episode of Funnybooks, the gang chats about the big finale to the CW’s Crisis on Infinite Earths event, Batman/Superman #6, and the milestone issue, Wonder Woman #750!
It’s a fresh, new year with a look at several new hot takes on old favorites. This week the guys talk about Donny Cates’ THOR #1, the new series following Jason Aaron’s epic run. Mark Waid and Kev Walker start a thing with Dr. Strange, plus James Tynion IV kicks off his sprint to issue […]
Here it is! Our 10th annual showcase of our favorites in comics and comic-related media! Who were our favorite characters, writers, artists, and more? Listen and find out, and lease us feedback on the IoMGeek Hotline @ 972-763-5903! The categories and (SPOILERS) winners are listed below: Favorite Supporting Character – Jarro (W), Mary Jane, Goddesses […]
It was a week of huge finales this week, and the Funnybooks boys are on the mics to talk about all of them! Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Watchmen on HBO Doomsday Clock #12 2099 Omega Annihilation Scourge Omega
In and old-school style episode and in keeping with the holiday season, Aron and Paulie are left home alone together to jump into the CW’s CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS. Plus, the week’s comics including SUPERMAN, Annihilation Scourge and 2099.
Streaming Media Updates: Space Battleship Yamato, Peaky Blinders, etc. Swamp Thing Giant #2 Action Comics #1017 Conan & Punisher 2099 Venom #20
The Mandalorian and Disney + Far Sector #1 Event Leviathan #6 Superman #17 X-Men #2
This week the guy’s discuss the first three episodes of HBO’s Watchmen. They explore Scott Snyder and Charles Soule’s Undiscovered Country and go on a ride-a-long with Ghost Rider. They glimpse the future in Bendis’ Legion of Super-Heroes and focus on the now in Bendis’ Young Justice. It’s an all new Funnybooks, y’all. Getcha some!