Cory has returned from his travels and is back in the studio! Our hosts hunker down and read New Teen Titans #32. Topics of discussion include: Starfire makes an important decision, a clarification of fart etiquette, animal fun facts, that's not how thunder works, and Wally doesn't understand how juggling works. All this plus more of the clay court tennis talk our listeners crave! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory telecommutes in from Bali, and our hosts take a look at the absolutely berserk Defenders #28! Topics of discussion include: always leave a note when you astrally project, potentially fatal game shows, how to hide your utopian future Seattle, and this Starhawk guy seems like a real dick. All this plus, Yondu's favorite clay court tennis player! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory got entangled in some kind of interstellar imbroglio...or possibly he got entangled with Natalie Imbruglia. Impossible to tell which. In any event, Hub is once again joined by his brilliant and charming wife Lisa. Our hosts take a look at Starfire's secret origin. Topics of discussion include: the song 'Ante Up,' anger is sometimes a reasonable reaction, proper eyebrow techniques for evil toddlers, legislature dictated entirely by passion may not be ideal, and a surprising amount of French Braid debate. Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory is back in his home dimension, but still in Southeast Asia. He corresponds from Cambodia, and our hosts take a look at Defenders #27. Topics of discussion include: camouflage dick punch belts, drunken Ren-Fair biker hippies from space, Jack Norris is still the worst, and the musical stylings of the Golobulus Situation. Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory accidentally ate a magic amulet. While he waits for it to pass, Hub is joined by his brilliant wife Lisa! They read the Beast Boy issue of Tales of the Teen Titans. Topics of discussion include: inconsistent mask technology of the DCU, Lizzie Borden was a terrible hot dog chef, Space Trek 2022, the chili ratings system, and nobody understands how porcupines work! All this plus Hub's new David Cronenberg themed cooking show! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory's set up shop one day in the future (in Thailand) so he and Hub have a frank and open discussion about time travel as they discuss the delightful Defenders #26! Topics of discussion include: the potentially dire consequences of a temporal kerfuffle, destination breakups, the Bionic Wars of the 90's, Jack Norris is the worst, Charles Dickens, and Vance Astro is a sad sack. Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory ate an enchanted hot wing and has been banished to the land of wind and ghosts, so Hub is joined by his wonderful and brilliant wife, Lisa. They take a look at Raven's secret origin from Tales of the New Teen Titans #2. Topics of discussion include: how many eyeballs cats have, reflective listening tips, bird taxonomy, Azarath smells like farts, and why can't Raven be more like Data? All this, plus a gratuitous Paul Lynde reference! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory is back from his extra-dimensional mishap...but he is in Singapore, so our hosts have an intercontinental conversation and do their best to make sense of Giant-Size Defenders #5, the issue that presupposes that if one writer can write a good issue, seven writers can write a great issue! Topics of discussion include: the adventures of Human-do and Earthy, Squirrel Polish, overzealous toll booth attendants, and a surprising amount of references to The Monster Mash. Oh, and it's got the Guardians of the Galaxy in it (but not the famous ones). It's a Giant-Size episode! Enjoy! Enjoy!
Cory was caught in a transporter accident and is now stuck in a dimension that is slightly out of phase with our own...so Hub is joined by his brilliant wife, Lisa! They take a look at the first issue of the Tales of the New Teen Titans mini series featuring Cyborg! Topics of discussion include: Robin may literally be Peter Pan, Cyborg has always enjoyed jumping around the city in his underpants, the importance of teaching your child that cars are a thing, and Grand Canyon safety tips! All this, plus a long awkward conversation as two white people criticize the way a third white person wrote about what it means to be a black teenager. Enjoy! Enjoy!
The Sons of the Serpent saga slithers to its conclusion as our hosts examine Defenders #25! Topics of discussion include: casual racists versus overt racists; Brian Blessed talks big; the anatomy of horses (both demonic and otherwise), Post Impressionist fisticuffs, and the debut of Elf with a Gun! All this, plus another pulse pounding installment of Hostess Twinkie Theater! You'll get a big wet crunch with every punch!