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History Of The Mighty Crusaders – Episode 1 – “All The Way With MLJ!”



  You’ve heard of The Avengers.  The Justice League. The X-Men, Teen Titans, Guardians of the Galaxy, Defenders, The Legion of Superheroes.  Even The Watchmen. But what if we told you that there was another team of colorfully clad heroes that you’ve never heard of who are equally as influential to comic books and the … Continue reading History Of The Mighty Crusaders – Episode 1 – “All The Way With MLJ!”


Our Giant-Size Annual #2



  This is it. The end of another geek filled volume of My Big Fat Pull List Podcast. But every ending is just a new beginning in disguise. While Mister X, Smurphy and Pistol Danger tie up dangling plot threads, YOU, the fans, will get to share in discussions covering Gears Of War comics, dead … Continue reading Our Giant-Size Annual #2


Controversy In Comics



  Nothing stays the same forever. Everything grows, everything evolves, everything changes. Without change, things become stale, stagnant and boring. But change is scary. People fear change because they have no idea what to expect. Or worse, they think they know what to expect and dismiss it out right! Why? Because they’re afraid. And that … Continue reading Controversy In Comics


Top Ten Favorite Announcements From SDCC 2019



  San Diego Comic Con. THE comic book, film, television and pop culture event of the year. For some, a yearly chance to let their geek flag fly. For others, a live altering experience like no other. For most, an unattainable goal, an unreachable star.  If you find yourself in the later section, like we … Continue reading Top Ten Favorite Announcements From SDCC 2019


Eulogizing The X-Men Films Series



  Films based on comic book properties are nothing new. Hollywood has been making them for decades. As movie making technology progressis, the more fantastic a film based off of a comic can look. In the 70’s, we believed a man could fly in Superman. In the 80’s we had a dark knight watching out … Continue reading Eulogizing The X-Men Films Series


Reboots, Reimaginings & Alternate Realities



Long running film, television and comic book series all have the same problem. How do they keep their properties fresh? There’s a laundry list of possible story ideas that could be used, but which ones will satisfy the fans? How creatively drastic to they need to get win us over? It doesn’t matter if it’s a … Continue reading Reboots, Reimaginings & Alternate Realities


The Kree/Skrull War!



The Kree/Skrull War. The star-spanning saga that laid the groundwork for New Avengers: Illuminati, Young Avengers, Secret Invasion and MORE Marvel history-in-the-making! Annihilus, Ronan the Accuser, the Super-Skrull and alien fleets have targeted Earth, and the Avengers must defy them all – If they can avoid being shot down by their own government first! Filled … Continue reading The Kree/Skrull War!


Crisis On Infinite Award Shows



The Academy Awards has given out honors to all kinds of films over the last 91 years since it’s inception.  Dramas, comedies, war films, westerns, romances, musicals and animation.  Horror films and fantasy films have also had their days, although few and far between, in the top spot at The Oscars.  Even a few Science … Continue reading Crisis On Infinite Award Shows


Our Most Wanted – Maggott



  Spider-Man. Batman. Spawn. Wonder Woman. Doctor Doom. Savage Dragon. The Flash. Captain Marvel. Some comic book characters need no introduction. They’ve been around so long or have gotten so much media attention, just seeing an image of them brings thoughts of their origins, their greatest victories and most crushing defeats. Then there are those … Continue reading Our Most Wanted – Maggott


Elseworlds and What Ifs?



Alternate Realities. Parallel Universes. Infinite Multiverses. These concepts have become a staple of the modern day superhero comic book story. With series like DC’s Elseworlds and Marvel’s What If…?, readers get the opportunity to see their favorite characters, stories and events play out differently than they had seen before. Questions can be asked, such as … Continue reading Elseworlds and What Ifs?