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One Shot: INVASION! (CW/DC Crossover Event)

Dave and Dru just finished watching the four-night DC Crossover event Invasion!, and now we’ve got some thoughts on how the TV storytelling model compares to what we see in comics and cinema. Download...

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24 Panels #89: DR. STRANGE (1978)

Chris details a close encounter with Dr. Strange star Rachel McAdams! Andrew interviews Stan Lee! Dru shares some brief thoughts on Dr. Mordrid! And then Dave makes us all talk about the 1978 TV movie...

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One Shots: DOCTOR STRANGE (2016)

To adequately discuss the Sorcerer Supreme requires the Podcasters Pretentious: enter Dave Babbitt and his manservant Dru Jeffries, your constant 24 Panels companions! In this bonus episode, we review the 14th entry in the Marvel...

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24 Panels #88: TALES FROM THE CRYPT (1972)

Our Halloween horror double-feature spooktacular was downgraded to a Halloween horror single-feature spooktacular at the last minute (truth time: Dru used one of his monkey’s paw wishes to avoid having to watch both movies). So...

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One Shots: LUKE CAGE Season 1

Dave and Andrew get under the unbreakable skin of Luke Cage‘s first season, and in a world premiere exclusive – that’s right, a 24 Panels ‘sclusie – debut a lost theme song from a prior...

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24 Panels #87: ROAD TO PERDITION

Truckers rejoice! It’s the ultimate road trip episode of 24 Panels Per Second, as Dave and Dru trek down the ROAD TO PERDITION. We discuss the graphic novel written by Max Allan Collins and...

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One Shots: BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE

Murder, mayhem, and misogyny have their day in DC’s latest animated venture, an adaptation of [AUTHOR REDACTED] and Brian Bolland’s controversial comic book, Batman: The Killing Joke. Dave and Chris sat through its stilted...

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24 Panels #85: ANNIE (1982) / ANNIE (2014)

84 episodes of 24 Panels (plus countless bonus eps) have all led up to this: a massive double-feature episode of Annie (1982) and Annie (2014), the two theatrical features (sorry Rob Marshall!) based on the 1977 Broadway musical...