This week on Super Skull Curtis, Marcus, and Nick make their predictions for comics in 2019, discuss the new Black Widow #1, and recant the grumpy history of Namor all while giving you the freshest breakfast ideas.
This week on Super Skull the guys dawn their fur tunics and leather skirts to dive into the history of Conan the Barbarian.
Super Skull ends the year with another Best Of list! Join Curtis, Marcus, and Nick as they review their top 5 board games of 2018.
This week on Super Skull we’re back to our regularly scheduled podcast! Join Curtis and Nick as they discuss the November 2018 numbers, Chaos Magicians, and the legacy of She-Hulk.
As the year comes to a close the entire staff of Vault of Midnight votes on the Best Comics of 2018, and co-hosts Curtis, Marcus, and Nick are here to deliver them to you in a pretty little gift-wrapped package.
This week on Super Skull Nick, Curtis, and Marcus discuss their favorite books of the week, find out why Nick hates libraries, and answer the age old question: is a shirtless wizard funny?
This week on Super Skull Nick and Marcus bring back the Big Picks, discuss Amazon’s Black Friday prices, and do a board game review of Holding On: The Troubled Life of Billy Kerr.
This week on Super Skull we pay our respects to the late Stan Lee. Join our hosts Curtis Sullivan, Marcus Schwimmer, and Nick Yribar as they remember the comic titan, how he got his start in the industry, and his legendary career at Marvel.
This week on Super Skull the gang revels in the history of Alfred Pennyworth, discusses which superhero would make the best US President, and get heated over Sci-Fi tropes.
This week on Super Skull Marcus, Curtis, and Nick discuss some of the most unlikely cross-over teams in comics, a recent investment in Dark Horse, and answer a listener question about what makes a “must-have” comic.
This week, two adult men earnestly discuss cartoon books and card games intended for pre-teens in an alarmingly serious and ingenuous manner, apparently without self-awareness or the pretense of shame.
Plus a review of Keyforge and some X-Men Talk!
This week on Super Skull we discuss Chuck Wendig’s removal from Marvel Comics, a review of September’s comic book industry financials, and find another excuse to use superfluous sound effects. Plus: The Return of Pitch It.
This week on Super Skull we discuss the newly launched Spider-Geddon and the current state of Marvel Crossover Events, a troubling interview with Stan Lee with the Daily Beast, and listener question about board games. And more charming things.
This week on Super Skull join Curtis and Nick as they fly through this week in comics, summarize the Meyer V. Waid lawsuit, talk about dad troubles, and answer listener questions.
This week on Super Skull Nick is out of town so Marcus takes the big boy big host chair! Get ready for more discussions on the “bat-pole”, listener questions, and a guide to being a good Dungeon Master.
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.