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Episode 38. X-MEN: THE LAST STAND (2006)

Our “Comics go to Washington” series begins with the most politically-charged of the original X-Men films, X-Men: The Last Stand! It’s also generally agreed to be the weakest of the three, but has time...

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Episode 37: SUPERMAN VS. THE ELITE

Special guest host James Hrivnak steps in for the absent Dru Jeffries in this concluding episode of our series on “The Value of Superman.” Listeners, take note that there are some audio issues with...

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Reviews@24 Panels: SUPERMAN II

The production history of Superman II is a long, troubled, and oft-storied one: Originally, director Richard Donner shot the majority of Superman II during principal photography of Superman (1978), but deadlines and a sky-rocketing...

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Episode 36: ALL-STAR SUPERMAN

All-Star Superman, the comic, teamed an all-star creative team—Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely—with all-star characters—Superman, Lois Lane, Lex Luthor, etc.—for a legendary limited run of 12 issues. All-Star Superman, the film, combines this all-star...

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Episode 35: SUPERMAN: DOOMSDAY

It’s the battle you’ve waited your whole life for: two god-like titans duking it out in a bloody, destructive fight to the death. Who will come out on top? Superdave, fighting for truth, justice,...

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Episode 34: PERSEPOLIS

It’s the discussion you’ve all been waiting for here on 24 Panels: two Canadian middle-class white guys giving their perspective on a Iranian’s woman’s memoirs. Persepolis is a coming-of-age tale about finding one’s identity...

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Episode 33: AMERICAN SPLENDOR

Dru and Dave are joined this week by Harvey Pekar scholar Ian Dawe fer a discussion of American Splendor, th’ comics and th’ 2003 flick. Harvey might have a misanthropic public persona, but you...

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Episode 32: GHOST WORLD

After a long two month hiatus, Dru and Dave are back with a new series on indie comics turned indie films, beginning with Terry Zwigoff’s Ghost World. The cynical buddies are joined by an...