Caffeinated Comics Podcast
Sir Patrick Stewart returns to Star Trek! Jon and Steven discuss what the return to the 24th century means for the franchise and CBS All Access. Also, even more Marvel Legends!
Mike put Jon in a Spider-Man comic but no one knows but the two of them. They talk about his back-up in the Spectacular annual as well as his new job writing Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, the stress of changing cities with each job and how achieving all your dreams still can’t beat […]
The Cartoon Network hit is now a feature film! Jon, Steven and Ben Clarke discuss the evolution of the series from the earlier action focused effort, the sly humor that both knows and rejects comic book continuity and why this iteration is so controversial for some fans. Plus, we lose Ben to Fortnite.
Comicon is here again! And that means so many announcements! Jon and Steven discuss good trailers, bad trailers, a Buffy reboot, Grant Morrison on Green Lantern and the tale of a bodyguard named Dave. Plus, how even San Diego can’t escape the awfulness of 2018.
From Spider-Man to Batman, superheroes are bad at maintaining relationships. Jon and Steven look at both the recent Batman 50 and Amazing Spider-Man 1 to see how the most popular characters will probably remain single. Plus, JB Smoove as J. Jonah Jameson?
The creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange has passed at age 90. Jon and Steven discuss his dark, unusual style, the way he approached character design and how the most famous comic book artist chose to be a recluse for decades. Plus, they both see “Ant-Man and the Wasp”.
It’s Netflix, ComiXology and Mattycollector all in one! DC has announced their new streaming app and for once they’ve beaten Marvel at something. Plus, backed up on omnibuses and being very tired from shooting videos in a heat wave.
The second film from the Jurassic Park reboot is out but Jon hasn’t seen it. Instead, he’s been lost in PlayStation VIrtual Reality and gives Steven a tour of Batman Arkham VR. Steven and Davis Miller discuss the film’s shift in tone from the last entry and how it compares to other recent monster […]
Brad Bird took 14 years to make a second “Incredibles” movie so naturally we’ve got a ten year old to discuss it. Jon’s son Ben sits in to talk PIXAR’s enhanced character design, elegant fight choreography, and walking the fine line of parody and homage to superheroes past. Also, why “Coco” isn’t all that […]
Guy Casper started reading comic books in 1968, and continues to this day. Jon and Steven ask Guy the big questions: What keeps him in? What pushes him out?What are his favorite eras? Plus, how to love an artist that keeps going away.