Caffeinated Comics Podcast
Dani Romero invites Jon to her livestream! In the complete audio of the interview, Jon discusses how he got into writing comics in college, what he learned from the crash in the 90s and how it helped him prepare for a career in advertising, screen writing and stand-up comedy. Plus, why you should never […]
Jon and Steven discuss the first interactive Netflix project! Is the new “Black Mirror” a movie or a video game? Should you make choices based on success or drama? Can you talk spoilers when the story could go anywhere? Plus, could Dan Slott’s “Fantastic Four” be one of the great runs?
That’s over. Jon and Steven discuss how hard it is to not discuss politics, Marvel movies transition to epics, the diminished returns of Star Wars and why it’s a good time to be a Spider-Man fan. Plus, Steven leaves the world of comic book retail.
You’d think the year would be over but here comes the latest DC movie! Jon, Steven, Lisa Brown, Tina Canfield and Joe Pakovits discuss the shifting tone, the influence of 80s action movies and the physics of movie water. Plus, they showed a new “Hellboy” trailer.
The most surprising movie of the year is out! Jon and Steven welcome Seth Wilkins for a SPOILER filled discussion on the latest Marvel animated film. Did the lower expectations lead to a more satisfying experience? How does Marvel balance multiculturalism and copies of their own well-known characters? Why is the Lego Batman movie […]
The “Avengers: Endgame” trailer hits right on the heels of the new “Captain Marvel” trailer! And the new “Spider-Man:Far From Home” trailer (kinda). Jon and Steven discuss whether tone is more important than plot, why Captain Marvel is Green Lantern and why they never want to see a comics adaptation again. Plus, Jon sees […]
On the heels of the cancellations of “Iron Fist” and “Luke Cage” “Daredevil” goes dark. Jon and Steven discuss what it means for Disney’s streaming app, whether the characters will be rebooted and if Jessica Jones and Punisher are long for this world. Plus, “Into the Spider-Verse” is the best superhero movie of 2018?
With the price of monthly comics climbing up to $5.00 a piece, $150 hardcovers are thriving. Jon and Steven discuss what material deserves this treatment, how multiple options per month can harm both your budget and your bookshelf and how it’s impossible to ever have a complete comic book collection.
The single most important person to the history of comics has passed away at the age of 95. Elliott Serrano joins Jon and Steven to relate his experience meeting Stan at C2E2, how Lee created an icon for himself to change public opinion of the medium and how much credit he truly deserves.
A slow news week has Jon and Steven focused on the hundreds of Marvel figures Hasbro plans to release over the next few months. They discuss how the line has survived 17 years and two companies, the evolution from the dominant 90’s X-men toys and how 6 inch highly poseable superhero figures changed Star […]