The pals (most of them) discuss Mr. Miracle, the book that almost destroyed Aaron.
The pals share their most memorable, if not enjoyable, reading experiences of the year that was.
The pals conclude the two-part deep dive into one of comics' most celebrated works: Watchmen by Alan Moore and illustrated by David Gibbons.
The pals celebrate the yuletide with a discussion of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol as well as the many movie adaptions we enjoy.
The pals share the books they got the most out of in a year that took the most out of all of us.
The pals discuss the deciding factors when choosing to put a book back on the shelf or walk it to check out.
The pals take the advice of listener Andrew and embark on a (two-part) deep dive into one of comics' most celebrated works: Watchmen by Alan Moore and illustrated by David Gibbons.
The pals share their favorite books that nobody has read: Skippy Dies, by Paul Murray; My Unsentimental Education, by Deborah Monroe; Misadventure, by Millard Kauffman; The Justice Society of America, by Len Strazewski; The Fly, by Mike Parobeck.
The pals return to talking about romance and cozy mystery genre fiction, shallow-diving into two reads: Candy Coated Murder, by Kathleen Suzette and Spaniards Baby of Revenge by Clare Connolly.
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The pals share books they've been reading. Books touched on: A Gentleman in Moscow, by Amor Towles; Batman Year One, by Frank Miller; The Witcher Omnibus, from Dark Horse Comics; The Old Country Music, by Kevin Barry; Living and Dying on the Factory Floor, by David Ranney; Streets in Their Own Ink, by Stewart Dybek; Green Lantern Earth One Volume 2, by Gabriel Hardman; Spaniard's Baby of Revenge, by Clare Connelly.