Drunk on Comics Podcast 294: Women Are The Real Superheroes
Linz and Tony stuck to a few topics this week which revolved mainly around Spider-Man, Batman, and Star Wars. And somehow among all this nerdy stuff, Linz decided to talk about The Room as well. Or more specifically, The Disaster Artist. And they even reviewed some books.
Tony tries to be spoiler free, however sometimes the story needs to have all reveled to bask in the awesomeness of the pages. That is what happened this week with Doctor Strange #382. While starting off with a few criticisms, the book managed to revel some secrets as well as allude to others and set up conflict where there was none. And with Stephen Strange calling in the big guns, there is sure to be more conflict in the future.
He also reviewed Batman #36, which was an excellent reminder to listen to your significant other while fighting crime. The story is really set up in such a great way that shows just how great both Batman and Superman really are. They look at each other as better than themselves, which also puts pride in the way from making a simple phone call.
Linz reviewed Batman: White Knight #3, where we learn more about the two Harleys. While one is maintaining a more righteous path with Jack Napier, the other has become the Neo-Joker. And while the girls sort out who is better for Jack, Bruce deals with a death in the family, which is going to set him off like never before.
Booze and a Book this week was Paper Girls #18 paired with PB and J’ale’y from Elk Brewing