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Nothing says "queer icon" like a slayer of innocents. We're back on our Shakespearean kick reading Aya Kanno's riff on a play riffing on real people, and we discuss how our faves are truly, irrevocably, and shamelessly problematic. Full spoiler warning for the following: Requiem of the Rose King Vol. 2 Follow us on Twitter @LongboxAdvent and subscr…
 
This week marks our return to Mata Nui with part two of our journey through DC's official Bionicle tie-in comics. Full spoilers for the following: Bionicle #4-8 Follow us on Twitter @LongboxAdvent and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!Chris and Eric’s Longbox Adventure による
 
This week we're returning to Wells Junction for the second half of our discussion about the MAX imprint reboot of the Rawhide Kid! How does the series' latter half cement this new take on the character? What does it have to say about masculinity and reputation? Can anyone ever truly get used to sleeping in a house full of men...alone? Full spoiler …
 
Overall this podcast is an expression of our love for the comic book art form...except for this week. It's time for our first hate-read episode, and what better (worse?) topic than what is possibly the most universally despised Spider-Man story of all time? Full spoiler warning for the following: Amazing Spider-Man #509-514 Content warning for disc…
 
You can smile! This week Eric enlisted the help of special guest Shonen Flop co-host David to introduce Chris to Yoshihiro Togashi's beloved classic Hunter x Hunter. We discuss the series' early chapters as they relate to the manga going forward, our initial impressions of the core cast, and Togashi's various wild fantasy beasts. Full spoiler warni…
 
It's our first ever Fantastic Four episode this week, so naturally we're talking about...Ant-Man. Full spoiler warning for the following: FF (2012) #1-3 Follow us on Twitter @LongboxAdvent and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts!Chris and Eric’s Longbox Adventure による
 
This week we're bringing you the first half of our discussion about Eric's controversial fave: the MAX imprint revamp of the Rawhide Kid! It's a limp-wristed western romp as we discuss innuendo in depictions of gay identity, bizarre early 2000s comic ads, George W. Bush parodies, and John Severin's iconic return to a character he first illustrated …
 
This week we're taking a trip back in time to discuss some comics so old they predate almost every person we've ever met. The topic at hand is the debut of Superman: a character who in some ways is exactly the same almost a century later, but who in other ways has lost some of his original spark. Full spoiler warning for the following: Action Comic…
 
"Your teams are precious...? Instead of becoming the world's best you'd rather be the best high schooler in our country's soccer backwater?" Sometimes the most riveting drama takes place when characters kick a ball around. This week we're discussing a soccer manga with a...unique point of view. Full spoiler warning for the following: Blue Lock Vol.…
 
"Hello! I'm Triple-Zero and I'm looking forward immensely to torturing you today." We're diving into a unique beast this week: movie tie-in comics, and specifically Star Wars tie-in comics. Full spoiler warning for the following: Star Wars: Darth Vader (2015) #1-6 Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @LongboxAdvent as well as at longboxadventure.tumb…
 
"You're supposed to be finding some way for us to strike at the Yeerks so that we can all turn into wild animals and get ourselves killed." It's morphin' time! ...Okay, wrong franchise. This week we dive back into the world of Animorphs with Chris Grine's graphic novel adaptation of the series' second book. Topics include cats, cats, rising stakes,…
 
This week we're discussing a work from the late Tim Sale and Darwyn Cooke: Superman: Kryptonite. Topics include the character's vast potential, the story's balancing act of feeling both classic and modern, and thematic elements regarding to Superman's sense of invulnerability. Full spoiler warning for the following comics discussed: Superman Confid…
 
"Inside that circlet lies paradise. Every delight and joy conceived of by the poets lies there. Why do you hesitate?" This week we turn our attention to Shakespearean drama with Aya Kanno's masterful Requiem of the Rose King. There's romance, deception, neglect, warfare, hatred, wonder: all the things great stories are made of. We discuss how Kanno…
 
"So I'm done focusing on the things that want me dead-- and I'm choosing to spend my days focused on the things that make me want to live." For the final week of Marvel's Merry Mutants Month we're diving into Krakoa era X-Men. Topics this week include Summers family incest, silver fox Magneto, and us stanning Apocalypse. Full spoiler warning for th…
 
"Flame ON. Literally, haha!" Our month-long mutant celebration continues with one of the last decade's underrated gems. Bobby Drake finally gets some time in the spotlight as he takes on Purifiers, the Juggernaut, and some truly horrendous parents. Full spoiler warning for the following: Iceman (2017) #1-5 Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @Longbo…
 
"A noble death is still a death, Logan, and I am so sick of death." For week two of Marvel's Merry Mutants Month we're discussing the most pivotal X-Men story of all time: Days of Future Past. Topics include the comic's utilization of Holocaust imagery, thoughts in hindsight regarding Destiny and Moira's relationship, and the questions of hope for …
 
"My body... my face... my very soul... they are changed... transformed... filled with a bursting, billowing power... power for good... or power for evil! And I choose... evil!" It's the first week of June and thus the beginning of Marvel's Merry Mutants Month! We're kicking things off with some overlooked gems courtesy of Neal Adams and Roy Thomas.…
 
"Go at sunrise to the shore-- and kneel there! Then, from the clay of paradise, form you an image! Your heart shall race with anticipation-- but steady yourself...and shape the image with care!" This week we're discussing the beginning of George Pérez's seminal run on Wonder Woman. Topics include the mythological influences throughout, Diana's uniq…
 
"Yeerks and spaceships and slugs taking over people's brains and aliens just handing out magic powers to change into animals? Give me a break!" This week Eric introduces Chris to one of the greatest war stories of all time: Animorphs! We're discussing memorable alien designs, adaptions across mediums, and morphing as body horror. Full spoiler warni…
 
"Men call him Dr. Strange! Never have you known his like!" This week's comics are the oldest we've yet discussed as we're heading all the way back to the 1960s with the earliest appearances of Doctor Strange! Topics include Ditko's artistic excellence and how much Baron Mordo sucks. Full spoiler warning for the following: Strange Tales #110-111 & #…
 
"A wound is an entryway for light." It's high time we discussed some gay comics on the show, so Eric is introducing Chris to BL for the first time. The topic is Billy Balibally's Fangs, a vampire romance that's as emotionally resonant as it is horny. Full spoiler warning for the following: Fangs Vol. 1 Content warning for discussion of suicide and …
 
"Then let Makuta tremble this day-- we stand together, until Mata Nui is free!" Some comic books have ads. Some comic books are ads. This week Chris leads us on a trip down memory lane to discuss everyone's favorite discontinued early '00s robot toy line: Bionicle. Full spoiler warning for the following: Bionicle #1-3 Find us on Twitter and Instagr…
 
"I...I'm...a human spider. No, wait...I'm Spider-Man!" In which Eric finally enacts his ulterior motive for co-creating this podcast: forcing Chris to read manga. The topic is Ryoichi Ikegami's classic take on Spidey from the early '70s, which sparks discussion of just what makes a Spider-Man and why oh why did Marvel do such a dreadful job of loca…
 
"We were lovers. He has many strange sexual habits. Would you like me to tell you all about it for your newspaper?" This week marks the first iteration of SpiderSplaining, in which Chris and Eric discuss Spider-Totems, John Romita Jr.'s brilliance, and Peter Parker's insatiable lust for sex. These are some of the best Spider-Man comics of all time.…
 
"The Batman never kills, Volkov. But things have a way of happening anyway." In the spirit of Robert Battinson, we're taking our first trip down to Gotham with one of the most memorable Batman stories in recent memory. Hauntingly painted and punctuated by twisted wit, this series is simultaneously goth and camp. Full spoiler warning for the followi…
 
"Oh, don't worry about that, Peri. It's just a Tardis." It's Chris's first pick this week, and he's introducing Eric to the world of Doctor Who (specifically as written by Grant Morrison). Eric in turn introduces Chris to the concepts of lemon and lime in fanfiction. Full spoiler warning for the following comics discussed: "Changes" (Doctor Who Mag…
 
"From the ashes of the past there grow the fires of the future!" So began the most influential X-Men comic of all time. For our inaugural episode we're discussing Giant-Size X-Men in all its glory, from the introduction of classic characters like Storm and Nightcrawler to the iconic visage of Krakoa, the Island That Walks Like a Man. Full spoiler w…
 
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