A celebration of sequential art. Host, Zach McCrary sits down each with a new guest to discuss a comic book storyline/graphic novel that made them a comic fan or solidified their love of the medium.
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Join Zach and Mike Rapin from the I Read Comic Books podcast as they discuss the story of the game that changed video gaming forever: Tetris! As told by award winning cartoonist, Box Brown, Tetris: The Games People Play tells the story of humanitys l... more
Zach waxes poetic about why independent comics and indy publishers are important to the comic book landscape, and uses pro wrestling to prove his point. Dont get it? Thats cool...hell explain! more
Zach is joined by friend and artist Rob Hoover to discuss the 90s comic that launched a thousand ships, and helped make Image Comics the coolest place to be: Todd McFarlanes, Spawn! more
Listened to a few episodes now and have had a blast learning more about certain comic runs and characters. Just finished the Ben Reilly episode which was unbelievably well done. As a big fan of Ben myself, this episode was perfectly executed. Check this geeky pod out!
You rarely find someone who is passionate about indie comics while still being a good person and great interviewer. Luckily, Zach is all that and more! He is insightful and interesting, and his guests are great as well. You can’t miss with any of these episodes!
This is a great show. I’ve been searching for a good comic book podcast and finally found what I was looking for. Zach is a great host and his guests are very knowledgeable. They have a great love of the medium and are fun to listen to. Hope they cover some of the DC greats!
I do a podcast with two comic nerds and I thought THEY knew their stuff but, man…you guys take it to a whole new level!!! more
Excellent podcast, audio is amazing! Love your voice.
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The Comics That We Love launched 2 years ago and published 72 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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