This week on Super Skull we discover how Instagram really works, do the numbers for August 2018, talk about the controversial issue Batman: Damned #1, and review the board Game Root.
This week on Super Skull Curtis gives his recap of Gen Con, Marcus becomes a living island, and Nick weeps over the history of the game Glory To Rome.
Fan-favorite (we assume) segment "Who Win A Fight" triumphantly returns; a round up of all the best comic book news from August, 2018; "deep thoughts;" meditations on the upcoming releases featured in Previews Magazine; it's quite possible this episode has it all. Good to be back, folks, we missed you.
Nick wraps up the Skulls of Summer interviews this week by speaking with comic book writer Jim Ottaviani about his upcoming book about the life of Stephen Hawking.
The Skulls of Summer present: an interview with Carolyn Nowak!
This week, an interview with two-time Ignatz Award winner Carolyn Nowak (Radishes, Diana's Electric Tongue), whose new book Girl Town is set for release in September. This marks Nowak's 48th appearance on Super Skull, which is a show record.
The Skulls of Summer present: An Interview with Alison Bechdel!
Out of the archives comes Nick's interview with award winning comic creator Alison Bechdel. She created the brilliant, long running Dykes to Watch Out For, as well as Fun Home, and Are You My Mother?
The Skulls of Summer present: An Interview with Rick Remender!
Out of the archives comes Nick's interview with comic creator Rick Remender who is the writer behind a staggering number of some of the biggest and most beloved comic books in the industry. His body of work includes Low, The Last Days of American Crime, Deadly Class, The Uncanny Avengers, and Uncanny X-Force.
The Skulls of Summer present: An Interview with Benjamin Marra!
Out of the archives comes Curtis' interview with Grammy-nominated illustrator and comic-book writer Benjamin Marra.
This week on Super Skull it's the thrilling conclusion of Marcus V. Curtis: The Eisner's 2018. Who was right? Who was wrong? Will Marcus get a mani-pedi, or will Curtis go LARPing? Tune in to find out.
It's the 200th episode of Super Skull! Get ready for a wild ride of emotion, an argument about Character vs. Cape, and the legality of shooing geese.
This week on Super Skull we pay tribute to the one and only Steve Ditko, discuss Robert Kirkman's surprise comic Die!Die!Die!, and give you a full synopsis and review of the Batman Wedding.
Be warned, this episode is pretty much made of Batman spoilers.
This week on Super Skull Nick and Curtis bring producer Rachel on as a guest. Together they fawn over Simon "Si" Spurrier, discuss the plan for Walmart and GameStop to carry comics, and dive into the July 2018 Previews.
This week on Super Skull the guys dump out the mail bag of listener questions, discuss the May 2018 numbers, and answer an important question: Is Tank Girl Good?
This week on Super Skull: a history of Vertigo and a discussion on the changes within DC! Producer Rachel guest hosts on the podcast since Nick has, apparently, been lost in the woods.
This week on Super Skull Nick, Curtis, and Marcus discuss ComiXology's publishing plans, the hype surrounding the wedding of Batman and Catwoman, and do a book review of The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang.
This week on Super Skull we commemorate one of the most important holidays of the year, dive in to the June 2018 Previews catalog, and review the new board game "Dairyman.
This week on Super Skull Marcus has returned with his head larger than ever. Other topics of discussion include Spiel des Jahres nominees, Mark Miller, and the 2018 Eisner Nominees.
Dear The Listener,
Some technical difficulties and general incompetence rendered this week's episode un-listen-able. Rather than subject you to it, we buried it in the earth, far from the ears of man. We'll be back to our normal schedule next week!
This week on Super Skull Curtis and Nick discuss the aftermath of Free Comic Book Day, give you the April 2018 numbers, and try to discover the various uses of the "To-Don't" list.
This week on Super Skull: how super is your skull? The normal amount?
Also included: a discussion of board game plagiarism, the tribulations of Frank Miller, all of the best comics released for the week of May 2nd, 2018, and a breakdown of Free Comic Book Day, the only good and pure thing in this ugly world.
This week on Super Skull it's the ultimate board game corner! In preparation for International Table Top Day Marcus, Nick, and Curtis bring you some of the best games of this and last year.
This week on Super Skull: Marcus is a humorless shrew, Nick becomes a caricatured-shell of himself, and the history and import of Action Comics is discussed at length.
This week on Super Skull Nick, Marcus, and Curtis bring you the best comics of the week, the worst comics in memory, and drunken stories of C2E2.
This week on Super Skull we answer a bunch of listener questions, give you some Comic Con tips, and guide you through Previews Magazine, the sisyphean golem lifeblood of the comic book industry.
This week on Super Skull we dig deep into Comics Gate, pay tribute to Meltdown Comics, and review the Walmart exclusive "Fog of Love".
This week on Super Skull we answer some questions about the Manga industry, give you some sweet, sweet Big Picks, and give you a little taste of comic book news.
This week on Super Skull we bring you the numbers from February 2018, a remembrance of Darwyn Cooke, and a book review of Inconegro by Mat Johnson and Warren Pleece.
This week on Super Skull Nick and Curtis are at each others throats again. Get ready for a fat stack of big picks, some listener questions, and a guide through March Previews.
This week on Super Skull we interview John Jackson Miller, the novelist and comic book writer. His credits include Iron Man and the Crimson Dynamo before becoming a mainstay at Dark Horse comics working on titles such as Mass Effect, Halo, and an epic run on Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, among many others.
This week on Super Skull we discuss Marvel's plans for a "Fresh Start", some good, hearty Big Picks, and do a board game review of Kingdom Death Monster.