Tonight's topics: DC Comics Original 3 Part Story: Issue 1 review, Filmation’s The Greatest Adventures of All Special and more.
Best known for his work as an illustrator, storyboard artist, and animation director, Larry Houston joins Tyler Baker and DiRT to discuss the X-Men, GI Joe, Robocop, Karate Kid, Captain Planet, and maybe even... the Care Bears?
We lost William George, Aaron doesn't hate Keldor (really!), and Eternity War was actually pretty good!
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is hated by people who missed key elements, but they are right to be suspicious of the merchandise that comes with it. New comics this week don't include Flash #22.
How is The Last Jedi about the last Jedi? Superwoman? Secret Empire #0! Also, Masters of the Universe Classics live on in digital retail.
Dropping the WWE Network, Marvel's Secret Empire dud, and just enough talking about soccer to make you uncomfortable to lead into a look at streaming TV and its future!
The current DC Comics line of Masters of the Universe comics have not been universally praised. However, the series that they did in 1982 seems to be much more fondly remembered. Let's look back at a time when the idea of He-Man in a comic book started more smiles than trolling blog posts!
Joe and Tyler are joined by Larry Houston! Larry Houston has worked on many animated series like GI Joe, Batman TAS, and The Real Ghostbusters! He also drew something you may have heard of... Masters of the Universe Mini Comics!
Where's Brian? Brian?! Having to move on while Brian is MIA this week, Joe and Tyler rake through the NYCC news and try to make heads and tails of the announcements - and the missing announcements! Then, they devote A LOT of time to the new DC Comics presentation of He-Man Thundercats #1!