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Robots From Tomorrow

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Robots From Tomorrow is a comics podcast that can be heard weekly
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854 episodes

Episode 781: Sherman & Lewis on ABOVE SNAKES

Artist Hayden Sherman and writer Sean Lewis have gone from hi-tech to low-tech with their new Image miniseries , and Greg gets a chance to chat with them about it. A fantasy western with vengeance, blood, electric colors, surprise lettering, and a guy named Dirt, is their third collaboration, after  and Find out how they came together as this modern-day Jean Giraud, the difference between writing to be read versus heard, why Facebook isn't a COMPLETE blight on the world, directing plays versus writing , whether Sean even likes westerns, and more on today's episode!  is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg http://twitter.com/gregmatiasevich on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

57m
Jun 16
Episode 780: Talking Fandom with RushCon's Jillian Maryonovich, Part 2

The second half of Greg's chat with RushCon creative director and "Rush Fan in Chief" Jillian Maryonovich is finally here! Having covered so much ground about Jillian's background and connection to the band (as well as her time as White House Creative Director during President Obama's second term), the stage is set for some full-on Rush geekery! Find out what Rush-related comic Greg absolutely hated, which Rush songs and albums Jillian would erase from existence for charity (and which ones she would do for free), how the band told off the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in the most Canadian way possible, why you should learn to stop listening to the naysayers and give this band a chance, and so much more!   is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg http://twitter.com/gregmatiasevich on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 13m
May 26
[Rebroadcast] Episode 761: Talking Fandom with RushCon's Jillian Maryonovich, Part 1

 is a show built on being a fan of something. While the fandom in question is usually comics, today's episode deviates from the norm a bit as Greg kicks off a 2-part chat with Jillian Maryonovich about fandom in general and their shared passion for the Canadian rock trio Rush. in particular. Jillian was not only in the front row for Rush's final show ever, but has appeared in two documentaries about the band. In her capacity as Creative Director for RushCon, she has spent years helping fans make memories and new connections over a shared love of the group and its music. She is also not a stranger to tours of a different sort, having been on staff for the political campaigns of Pete Buttigeig and one Barack Hussein Obama, including four years as the White House Creative Director during President Obama's second term. She may not have come up with the title "Rush Fan in Chief" but we think it's as apt a description as any.  is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg http://twitter.com/gregmatiasevich on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 11m
May 16
Episode 779: 6 SIDEKICKS's Chris Schweizer & Kyle Starks

Another great interview lined up for you folks today, because Greg got the opportunity to sit down with the  team of writer Kyle Starks and artist Chris Schweizer. They are both Eisner-nominated cartoonists in their own right, and have individually brought you such works as  and  in Kyle’s case, and  and  in Chris’s. But these virtual studiomates have also started combining their talents on books like  and , and , now out in trade paperback from Image Comics, continues that trend. Greg talks to them about their particular working dynamic over several projects, how COVID has changed the importance and avenues of social media and creator outreach, selling motion in a static medium, balancing comedy and drama without shortchanging either, which Keaton TV show would make the jump to the real world if they had their way, Kyle’s upcoming  ongoing series (starting May 18), just what the hell a ‘tiger truck’ is, and much more! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

2h 1m
May 12
Episode 778: COMPASS's Walker & Mackenzie

To paraphrase a marketing line from the 80's - adventure has a new name, and that name is Shahidah El-Amin. The lead character in the recent Image Comics mini-series , Shahidah is a 13th Century scholar from Baghdad's House of Wisdom who has traveled to the British Isles to investigate claims of a tribe that has found the secret to eternal life. Along the way to discovering the truth, Shahidah encounters different mysteries, cultures, surprises, allies, enemies, and those who would be both. Now collected in trade paperback as , the series was drawn by Justin Greenwood, colored by Daniela Miwa, lettered by Simon Bowland, and written by our guests today: the Australian writing duo of Dave Walker and Robert Mackenzie. The conversation covers the meaning of adventure in today's world, the Venn diagram of role-playing games, comics, and improv theatre, the price of comics Down Under, doing your creative homework, ranking 's exploits, and much more!

1h 40m
May 05
Episode 777: Robert Greenberger

Today's episode presents a chat Greg had towards the end of last year with editor/author Robert Greenberger. The list of Bob's credits is both long and distinguished, including almost 20 years as an editor at DC Comics overseeing such titles as , , , , and guiding the comics voyages of the Starship Enterprise during its DC publishing stint. He was also the founding editor of a  sister magazine of comics fandom from the 80s that provided a pre-Internet audience access to comics news and interviews. And when he's not teaching high school English or moderating convention panels, Bob is a prolific prose writer & editor in his own right. Bob graciously let Greg pepper him with questions about most of his comics career, expounding on such topics as the secret origin of Grant Morrison's run, how comics collections are put together, balancing creativity versus productivity in comics, the best freelancer lateness excuse he ever heard, the nuts & bolts of how comics are published at the Big Two level, and much more! Robots From Tomorrow is a comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 22m
Apr 28
Episode 776: Workman / Bidikar, Part 2

Now you can hear the second half of the two-part chat Greg had with letterers extraordinaire Aditya Bidikar and John Workman! The shop talk continues, as well as thoughts on more recent work like John's take on the HBOMax series (after lettering almost the entire Morrison run back in the day) and Aditya's review of Barry Windsor-Smith's ! is a comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 16m
Apr 21
Episode 775: Workman / Bidikar, Part 1

Back from hiatus, Greg invited two of the best letterers in comics on to the show for a two-part chat about their craft: Multiversity's 2021 Favorite Letterer winner Aditya Bidikar and legendary letterer/cartoonist John Workman! The generation gap evaporates immediately as the two fellows start talking about digital vs analog approaches, collaboration amongst a creative team, visible vs invisible lettering, being the responsible one in the group, artist integration, and much more!

1h 39m
Apr 14
Episode 774.5: From The Airwaves... An Announcement!

Just what it says in the title, folks! What could it be? Listen and find out! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

3m
Nov 18, 2021
Episode 774: TRANSFORMERS: THE MOVIE 35th Anniversary Discussion

Today's episode is beyond good, beyond evil, beyond your wildest imagination ... because it looks at the seminal 1980's animation classic ! Like Pennywise luring so many children to their unsuspecting doom, this beautiful & enticing film shattered the innocence of so many childhoods. But unlike that hellish clown, this film does have many virtues that Greg has brought Chad Bowers and Tom Scioli on board to celebrate for the film's 35th anniversary. Does the movie still hold up? What made it look so different than the cartoon that spawned it? Which soundtrack hit almost ended up in another 80's film? How could the filmmakers misjudge their audience's attachment to these toys so badly? Answers to questions like this and more, plus a broader discussion of seminal deaths & resurrections in genre franchises: who are we glad came back, and who should have stayed in the grave? is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 43m
Nov 11, 2021
Episode 773: Tom Scioli's TRANSFORMERS VS GI JOE

Today's episode presents two looks at Tom Scioli's  comic in lead-up to his appearance on the upcoming 35th anniversary episode later this week. First up is a segment from the March 22, 2017 Pull List episode covering his  oneshot, and then the bulk of the episode is Mike's conversation with the cartoonist shortly after the series was announced at NYCC 2013 almost 8 years ago.  is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 10m
Nov 08, 2021
Episode 772: Baltimore Comicon 2021 with John Siuntres

After two years of quarantine, Greg finally attended a live show this past month: the Baltimore Comicon! And as luck would have it, Wordballoon's John Siuntres (aka podcasting's cool uncle) was there as well. What better way to celebrate the chance to get back to in-person interviewing and yakkin' about various things than with the man who helped so many of us do that very thing? While some of the conversation was lost due to technical snafu, what survived ran the gamut from podcasting in the time of the pandemic, the golden age of television, the merits and personal ranking of Stallone's Rocky ouvre, Lou Grant: Crossover Icon, and more! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

53m
Nov 04, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 713: SLAUGHTERHOUSE-FIVE and Adapting Novels into Comics

Graphic novels may be all the rage, but the art of turning prose into comix is one many publishers are finding just slightly easier than turning lead into gold. From the early days of right up until today, Mike & Greg take a look at five novel-to-comics adaptations to get a better understanding of what works and what doesn't when it comes to adding pictures to all those words: by Howard Zinn (adapted by Mike Konopacki and Paul Buhle) by Philip K. Dick (adapted by Tony Parker) , by Upton Sinclair (adapted by Kristina Gehrmann) , by Lois Lowry (adapted by P. Craig Russell) by Kurt Vonnegut (adapted by Ryan North & Albert Monteys) is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

2h 57m
Oct 28, 2021
Episode 771: Pull List for October 27, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2021 Johnny-  #3 & TPB Greg-  #1& #1 (of 4) Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Greg & guest host Johnny Hall point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-eighth installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 12m
Oct 25, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 336: Matthew Allison & CANKOR

This week Mike welcomes cartoonist Matthew Allison to the show! Matthew's kicking off a new four-issue series of his self-published series "Cankor," so we certainly wanted to have the man himself swing by to talk about it. There are some new elements to the new issue that really caught Mike's attention: one anyone can see, and another that you'll need to get a little navel-gazey for. There's plenty of "Cankor" discussion as well as some gereral comics talk and a bit of shared love for the Artists' Edition format.  "Cankor" is now available from Matthew's website, as well as at a number of shops around the country.  Robots From Tomorrow is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 23m
Oct 21, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 334: Supergirl Spotlight with Paul Lai

With Multiversity Comics heading into the home stretch of its 40 Days of Supergirl celebration, Greg decided it would be neat to have a little Supergirl discussion in conjunction with that. But with Mike unavailable, Greg turned to friend of the show Paul Lai (from the excellent podcast The Paul List) to come on and give the episode his specific brand of considered and researched opinion. The duo focus on the Maid of Steel's origins and the era in which she sprung from the Kryptonian rocket ship, but the conversation manages to touch on other parts of her career, from to and appearances in other media as well. All that and more awaits you in this week's episode! Robots From Tomorrow is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike and Greg on Twitter.  Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 7m
Oct 14, 2021
Episode 770: Pull List for October 13, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2021 MIKE & GREG-  TPB Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-seventh installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

37m
Oct 11, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 700: Chad Bowers & Mike Mignola

For this 700th episode, the lads bring you something old AND something new! Things kick off with Greg talking to Multiversity alum and current comics writer Chad Bowers about his mini-series , drawn by comics legend and world's most energetic human Rob Liefeld. The conversation then expands to get Chad's take on the broader franchise: do the cartoons still hold up? Does Larry Hama's original run deserve to be mentioned in the same conversations as Claremont's  and Wolfman's  when discussing definitive long-term comics runs of the 1980's? Can the franchise survive without Duke (a scenario tried to bring about)? And speaking of the feature film, is the opening title scene the best intro of the 1980's OR the greatest three minutes and seven seconds ever committed to celluoid? Following that is a flashback to January 4, 2017 and a conversation Mike had with creator and someone mentioned in at least half the lads' conversations over the last 699 episode: Mike Mignola. The original post described the interview as "kicking off with a discussion on collaborating on such a huge canvas and continuing on into some very interesting places".  So kick back, relax, and help Mike and Greg celebrate another milestone of funnybook talk by listening to this 700th episode of the show! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 44m
Oct 08, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 435: Joshua Dysart on SWAMP THING

Charting Josh Dysart's career path in comics isn't easy. The writer has worked for a wide swath of publishers, from Dark Horse to Image to DC Comics to Vertigo to Valiant and points in-between, and gone where few other creators dare to tread, regardless of medium. Dysart has been all over the map, figuratively AND literally. So how do you pick just one topic to focus on when you get the chance to sit down with him? The answer to that question brings you today's episode: a chat that Greg had with Josh Dysart at this past weekend's Baltimore Comic Con. (You can find the free Living Level 3 comics Josh mentions in the episode here) is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

50m
Sep 30, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 157: THE WRENCHIES by Farel Dalrymple

This episode was originally broadcast on January 15, 2015.   People often say there is a single line between fantasy and reality. But in Farel Dalrymple's "The Wrenchies", there are just as many lines between different realities as there are on the pages themselves. Described by Multiversity Comics' own Matthew Meylikhov as a book "about how damn great and powerful comic books are", Dalrymple's graphic novel is one part post-apocalyptic children's adventure, one part existential adult apocalypse, one part semiautobio, one part love letter to four-color stories, and one part alchemical x-factor. Each new reading brings as many questions as answers, but Mike and Greg take a stab at what Dalrymple is trying to say with Sherwood, Hollis, and the rest of the cast. Background is given, techniques are discussed, knowledge is dropped, and the unforgiving mistress that is watercolor is name-checked in this attempt to try and encapsulate what one of 2014's strongest OGN's means to its characters, its creator, and its audience. is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe & enjoy your funny books.

1h 46m
Sep 23, 2021
Episode 769: Pull List for September 22, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2021 MIKE & GREG-  v10 Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-seventh installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

49m
Sep 20, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 426: Kirby at 100!

In advance of Jack Kirby's 100th birthday next week, the lads talk about the King and try to take some stock of the body of work he left behind. How do you sum up the career of a man who combined blazing imagination with innate artistic ability and a determined work ethic for over five decades? Have the decades of Kirby clones and imitators made it harder for new fans to recognize the genius in Jack's work? What makes a successful interpretation of a Kirby property? All that and more on this week's episode! is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. This episode is brought to you by Third Eye Comics http://thirdeyecomics.com. Enjoy your funny books.

1h 43m
Sep 16, 2021
Episode 768: Pull List for September 15, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2021 MIKE- TPB GREG-  TPB Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-sixth installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

27m
Sep 13, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 147: Strip-Mining Ideas and Batman's Rookie Mistake

A slight change in plans brings another free-for-all episode, with all the comics riffing and off-the-cuff discussion you've come to expect! Mike & Greg take a slice of the Thanksgiving holiday to talk about creativity, the changing comic audience demographics, publishing cycles and mentalities through the decades, the influences of media rights in 21st century genre comics, Tumblr feeds and the older skill sets they are bringing back to the fore. And Spider-Man! Find out where Greg spent his post-tryptophan Black Friday, what deduction by The World's Greatest Detective didn't sit well with Mike, and more! is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 50m
Sep 09, 2021
Episode 767: Pull List for September 8, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 2021 MIKE-  OGN GREG-  #3 Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-fifth installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

40m
Sep 06, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 67: COMIX BOOK by Kitchen & Lee (ed.)

This episode was originally broadcast on April 10, 2014. Counterculture and Madison Avenue collide in the topic of this week's episode: the Denis Kitchen/Stan Lee-conceived ! Greg and Mike take a look at the recent collection of the best of that magazine's six issues, from 1974 to 1976, put out by the Kitchen Sink Books imprint of Dark Horse. What was Stan thinking in courting the underground scene? Which artists were thought to be selling out to "The Man" (literally, in this case) and what was the going rate? Why were mainstream artists angry about it as well? Were the comics any good? Is the book worth getting, or is it just a mild curiosity piece? All that and more is waiting for you in this latest episode! is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Music is by Anamanaguchi. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 26m
Sep 02, 2021
Episode 766: Pull List for September 1, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2021 MIKE-  TPB GREG-  TPB Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-fourth installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

41m
Aug 30, 2021
[Rebroadcast] Episode 134: Secret Wars, Civil Events, and Teen Team-Ups

It’s another free-form talk that goes all over the map! Both Mike and Greg dig into childhood comic collecting memories to talk about the events they loved, the team-ups they treasured, and the books that they read until they fell apart (the comics, not the hosts). From The Greatest Batman Stories Ever Told to Civil War to Armor Wars to what the hell to do with a shortbox full of Wolverine team-up issues, things get very nostalgic but with an eye to the future. What are the costumes of today that future comic fans will look back on with the same affection we bring to the Silver Centurion armor or the black-suited Spider-Man? How long does it take for Wolverine to find his lower torso after its been ripped off? What do Lee/Kirby Fantastic Four have to do with The Dark Knight Returns? What Philly comic shop has the best back issue bins? Find out the answers to these questions and more you didn’t know you had in this episode! is a weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

2h 18m
Aug 26, 2021
Episode 765: Pull List for August 25, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25, 2021 MIKE-  TPB GREG-  TPB Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-third installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

42m
Aug 23, 2021
Episode 764: Pull List for August 11, 2021

PICKS FOR WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 2021 MIKE-  OGN GREG-  #1 (of 5) Need suggestions for your LCS trip this week? Let Mike & Greg point out the books hitting shelves on Wednesday they're most excited about in this four hundred eighty-second installment of their ongoing "Pull List" series! These episodes are the perfect way for anyone to kick off their comics: from the most curious newcomer to the most dedicated Wednesday Warrior! is a twice-weekly comics podcast recorded deep beneath the Earth’s surface. You can subscribe to it via iTunes or through the RSS feed at RobotsFromTomorrow.com. You can also follow Mike http://twitter.com/yeahmikeromeo and Greg on Twitter. Stay safe and enjoy your funny books.

1h 0m
Aug 09, 2021