Category: Episodes

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Episode 13: GHOST RIDER

Dru and David were not up to the challenge of reviewing Ghost Rider by themselves, so they called in the cavalry: special guest and Ghost Rider fan William Hart. Will helps Dru and David...

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Episode 12: MAN-THING

Steel was nothin’. You don’t know how low 24 Panels will sink until you’ve walked knee-deep through the swamps of Bywater, Louisiana with your tour guides Dru and David. That’s right: on this episode...

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Episode 11: BLADE

Despite the fact that Dru and David mostly agree that Blade is, more or less, an okay movie, the fangs come out (!!) in this episode when it comes to the particulars: for instance,...

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Episode 10: THE PHANTOM

It’s the third and final installment in the “Retro Heroes” series, which means Dru and David tackle Big Purple himself, Lee Falk’s 1936-debuting (and arguably precedent-setting) superhero The Phantom. We braved the jungles of...

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Episode 9: THE ROCKETEER

You’ll believe a man can fly… oh wait… On this episode, Dru and David’s nostalgic trip down retro lane continues with Joe Johnston’s The Rocketeer, which takes the beautiful visuals and engaging characters of...

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Between Panels: A 24 Panels Bonus Episode!

But wait, there’s more!  This week we’ve recorded a special bonus episode, an occasional segment that we’ll call “Between Panels.”  In It, David tries to crush Dru’s spirit after seeing (and loving) Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,...

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Episode 8: DICK TRACY

In honour of this year’s retro-styled blockbusters X-Men: First Class and Captain America: The First Avenger, David and Dru go through retro adaptations of years past, starting with Warren Beatty’s Dick Tracy. Episode breakdown: 0:00...

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Episode 6: TAMARA DREWE

In the final installment of our three-part series of “Films You Didn’t Know Were Based on Comics,” we tackle Stephen Frears’ 2010 adaptation of Posy Simmonds’ graphic novel Tamara Drewe.  Though it is a change of...

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Episode 5: TIMECOP

Our series of films you didn’t know were based on comics rolls on with a discussion of the Peter Hyams-directed Jean-Claude Van Damme vehicle from 1994, Timecop. It’s widely considered one of Van Damme’s...