A startling change to the format of the show is mooted by an emailer before the inevtible digression that was current at the time but now seems dated and “like, so last year.” But after that, Michel and Andrew explore a Marvel that was on the cusp on the 90’s as their look at the adventures of the Cosmically-Enhanced Spider-Man concludes.
Hey folks, This is it, The episode you have all been waiting for. The Episode that is the anniversary of an ill fated idea of three friends who just like to hear their own voices. and it shows, because in this fantastic episode that is a festive occasion of ideas, the F BombCast… well we do what we do every week, talk about our lives, Movies, Music, and Comics. Howie Mandel teaches us about the female anatomy and sexually transmitted diseases, and the Wire may have been the best thing ever on TV, even without the abundance of naked Cock that OZ had in it. Fisticuff… yes i said fisticuffs… almost come out over the discussion of Daredevil and Shadowland and then TJ just gets bored talking about the House of Ill-Fated Ideas so the boys start talking more Marvel comics, UGH!!!! We discuss the Avengers titles in earnest and and TJ loves Academy, while mike has had his mind changed on the adjectiveless Avengers title. Batman 703 and Red Robin are briefly brought up, Then a discussion of Locke and Key brings the boys to talk some books without pictures, mostly Steven King, but Joe Hill’s (who is King’s son BTW) Heart Shaped Box is also mentioned. Mike is stepping away from an old friend as Savage Dragon gets the heave ho, and Torchwood is being added. Joe Q may be the laziest man in comics as he simply reproduces old pages in Spiderman OMIT, and lastly TJ’s inner Geekiness comes out with Dungeon and Dragons #0. Enjoy folks, i don’t know if it gets much better than this.