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Join comic book fans Jen Stansfield-Marek and Shawn Marek every Thursday for WORST COLLECTION EVER. It's a comedy show where Jen and Shawn poke fun at their own collection of random comic books, most of which that they bought for a dollar or less. Most of the comics are not really worth anything monetarily but they have to justify their purchase somehow! Email the podcast and talk to the hosts at worstcollectionever@gmail.com!
 
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Barbie #5 (1991) Barbie Fashion #32 (1993) Good Lord what are we up to this week. We’ve got TWO Barbie comics that we beat up on and ultimately, we’ve come to the harsh conclusion that Barbie and Ken are a part of a murder cult. There are multiple instances where she tries to rub out Skipper, a young girl who believes she can talk to swans. Continu…
 
On this week’s podcast, we do a deep dive into SHANG-CHI AND THE LEGEND OF THE TEN RINGS (2021) with movie spoilers coming out of our ears so be forewarned. We also chat about a few other movies coming out including ETERNALS, LAST NIGHT IN SOHO and VENOM: THERE WILL BE CARNAGE so buckle in for some silver screen goodness. Continue the conversation …
 
Infinity Inc #15 (1985) Chroma is an androgynous space being who shows up on different planets to sing melodious dirges about the apocalypse. Obsidian, who is literally made of shadows, is like “I’m already goth AF so nah man” and punches Chroma out. As a result, Los Angeles and the rest of the Infinity Inc members are bummed out. Then Skyman shows…
 
Action Comics [vol 1] #466 (1976) In a retread of previous Superman stories we’ve done, Lex Luthor finds a way to make not only Superman young but also manages to de-age Batman and Flash. Or does he? Actually, he doesn’t. He just uses teenage androids, kicks the Batman one into oblivion and makes Superman punch himself a whole lot. Along the way, S…
 
Marvel Two-In-One #30 (1977) The Thing and Alicia Masters eat lunch at Piccadilly Circus in London when they are interrupted by some chaos. A chino-clad Ben runs off to investigate and is ambushed by a Hydra-influenced Spider-Woman (who Ben insists is Spider-Man’s sister). Nick Fury tells Ben to shut his damn mouth. Later, Alicia gets nabbed by Spi…
 
Hey now! JEN RETURNS THIS EPISODE! Join Jen AND Shawn this week for a spoiler-filled look at THE SUICIDE SQUAD as well as why you should stan your baby (if you have one) as well as the trials and tribulations of VCR tapes. We’ll get back to comics next week but here’s something a little different this week. Continue the conversation with Shawn and …
 
Grim Reaper is Wonder Man’s brother, so that’s pretty cool. He’s a vengeance-fueled villain that’s kicked it with some of the best Marvel has to offer, both good and evil. He was even a ZOMBIE for a spell but he got better. Continue the conversation with Shawn and Jen on Twitter @angryheroshawn and @JenStansfield and email the show at worstcollecti…
 
You all know Wasp. She’s basically the Batman of high fashion. But when you sit down think about her and everything she’s been through, there’s some real Cronenberg type body horror going on here. Continue the conversation with Shawn and Jen on Twitter @angryheroshawn and @JenStansfield and email the show at worstcollectionever@gmail.com…
 
SUCH A BIG MAN! WHY DON’T YOU GO GET A PACK OF GUM - I’LL SHOW YOU HOW TO CHEW IT. Big Man is long-dead(ish) Spider-Man villain that in some ways served as a terrible bodyguard for J. Jonah Jameson, seeing that the Big Man is dead and all. But he did try to take over the NYC mob with a padded suit and lifts in his boots so you can’t count out his a…
 
Not sure if you knew this but as of 1986-ish, Mysterio was in jail like FIVE TIMES and somehow keeps walking the streets. In this ep, we learn about his humble beginnings as a stuntman that just wanted to kill a superhero to his storied career of crime, teaming with other bulbous helmeted villains such as the Wizard. Also, we have yet another conne…
 
As it turns out, despite the contrary that I express in this episode, “Lemuel” is a somewhat common name, especially amongst doctors. That’s one thing this Namor villain had going for him before he died (but he got better because of starfish). But our man Lemuel here has a thing for genetic engineering and marine biology, much like an evil George C…
 
Is it Jean Grey? Is it Rachel Summers? IS IT BOTH? Join us for deep dive into the Phoenix and the human meat sacks its possessed over the years. We finally get closure about Rachel’s facial scars plus we find a way to correlate the Phoenix Force to fraternity rituals and beef liver. Its all here! Continue the conversation with Shawn and Jen on Twit…
 
Join Shawn for a new ROHOTMU as we learn about one of the Elders of the Universe — The Contemplator! If we’re being perfectly honest here, there’s not much to go on in this entry as this dude is just content to sit around and, well, contemplate. He is lying about his weight though and believe it or not but the Contemplator is deceptively strong. Mu…
 
Our stuff is all apart on our end so its another ROHOTMU this week and probably for a few weeks. Hope you guys are digging these. This time around, we catch up with Marvel’s most famous dead uncle, Ben Parker, as we find out the convoluted reason why he was REALLY killed and uncover Ben Parker’s previous career as a damn dirty snitch! Continue the …
 
ROHOTMU makes an unexpected return this week as we embrace the hirsute greatness that is Jack Russell aka Werewolf By Night. Let’s go on a journey and learn about his affiliation to a Henry Winkler movie, cultists after his blood and Werewolf’s standing among the Hairy Men of Los Angeles. Continue the conversation with Shawn and Jen on Twitter @ang…
 
Superman #282 (1974) In this predictably insane Bronze Age tale, Superman gets young via a Lex Luthor ray and starts doing improv with Perry White. He then goes on an acid trip and imagines Lex Luger’s face in the sky challenging him to a fight. In the ensuing battle, Superman gets ultra dense and burrows down into the earth with Lex, having a nice…
 
ROHOTMU stands for Random Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe. This will be an occasional entry into our podcast lore where I (Shawn) open up to a random page of said OHOTMU and discuss the character that I see. Maybe its someone cool, maybe it’s someone lame - who knows. All we can say is that the Grandmaster is the first one and he can never…
 
Phantom Stranger [Vol 2] #37 (1975) A hapless cabbie is forced by an escaping crook to run over Phantom Stranger and his skinny legs. When that goes awry, the poor lady gets shot, forcing her loud husband to take an unethical gig faking a sarcophagus. When THAT goes awry, the husband and Phantom Stranger have to walk the plank into a boiling vat of…
 
X-Men: Curse of the Man-Thing #1 (2021) A disturbed woman has performed Sub-Zero’s finisher on Man-Thing and is currently living his body, WEEKEND AT BERNIE’s style. Flammable spores have infiltrated the globe’s metropolitan areas, immolating jabroni citizens and generally being gross to look at. Over in Krakoa, Mister Sinister and his mutant frien…
 
X-Man #20 (1996) X-MAN is about Nate, who looks like a Chad and has some serious telepathic / telekinetic powers. He’s probably related to Cyclops or Cable somehow but hell if we know what’s going on there. In this issue, he squares off against Abomination and some stereotypically New York sewer mutants over the safety of Threnody, a young careless…
 
The Outsiders [vol 2] #0 (1994) Post Zero Hour, when everything’s all screwed up, Eradicator assumes leadership of the Outsiders team in LA. Halo embarrasses herself in front of the youth at the Beverly Center while Looker has a blood smoothie by the pool. Then they all head out of Central America somewhere to confront a white-haired Penn Jillette …
 
Marvel Spotlight #14 (1974) Daimon Hellstrom returns home from a wild night of being a demon offspring to scare the hell out of his milkman. He gets a call to come to St. Louis to check out a local college’s communications building that has being haunted by ice demons living in the walls and messing with the college radio station playlists. This ha…
 
Blackwulf #1 (1994) This week, we delve into some random 90s excess with Blackwulf, Marvel’s attempt to get the Deviants over for a spell. Blackwulf ends up being two dudes - the rebellious Plops and the future monkey man Lucian. One guy’s got a glowing sword, the other has a glowing stick but neither has any charisma. At least there’s the potentia…
 
Justice League International [vol 2] #53 (1993) In this week's book, Crimson Fox reunites with her previously dead husband because she can’t get enough of his kleptomaniac stroke. Metamorpho’s all torn up about it so he dresses like Robert Stack in UNSOLVED MYSTERIES and terrorizes cabbies throughout Paris. On the beach, Elongated Man and Tasmanian…
 
Because there weren’t enough hot takes out on the internet, Jen and Shawn drop their thoughts on the Zack Snyder cut of JUSTICE LEAGUE (2017). There’s some good, some bad but if there’s one silver lining in all of this, its the introduction of DC’s newest cinematic sensation, Slappy the Angry Sketch Artist! Continue the conversation with Shawn and …
 
Suicide Squad [vol 7] #1 (2021) The current comic cavalcade continues as we check out what’s going on with DC and the Infinite Frontier. Turns out - more of the same with an incredibly handsome Rick Flagg facing off against badass Amanda Waller. We also got John Cena the Peacemaker breaking into Arkham with a few jobbers including Film Freak, a fil…
 
King In Black: Thunderbolts #1 (2021) Look at us….covering a comic in the current decade! The world - and specifically New York City - is covered in alien goo so Mayor Kingpin is like “I’ll do a Suicide Squad thing but even more corrupt.” So he grabs Taskmaster, Mister Fear and a few other jabronis and has them go find Norman Osborn and his weird h…
 
Secret Origins [vol 2] #21 (1987) Two stories in one today as we first explore the origin of infamous cowboy corpse, Jonah Hex. Twisted curio collector Ian McKellan and hired goon Donal Logue are here to shake down Jonah’s elderly wife for rights to his stuffed corpse but ’92 Jeff Goldblum is here to save the day. Then later, we learn about the ori…
 
Jack Kirby’s Secret City Saga #2 (1993) From the mind of a comic book legend comes the Secret City, a lost civilization from 15000 years ago that was buried under Chicago. Upon their re-emergence, the more nefarious citizens kidnap Bill Clinton and and have him replaced with a sarcastic shapeshifter. It’s up to the good guys — a Captain America wan…
 
The Book of Fate #12 (1998) Its Jared Stevens’s last issue as he turfs yet another Doctor Fate spin-off series. To celebrate and commiserate, Jared and Lobo hop around the galaxy getting drunk. They eventually end up in Guy Gardner’s bar where Jared jobs hard. Also, Alan Scott is out here being aggro! Continue the conversation with Shawn and Jen on…
 
Sensational She-Hulk #26 (1991) She-Hulk is hired to defend Excalibur's Meggan when Meggan turns into a trash monster and runs amok in a Nando’s. The caveat here is now is that CAPTAIN BRITAIN has now been possessed by trash to the point where he’s just sitting around eating it. Like used wrappers and apple cores and all that. She-Hulk resorts to h…
 
DC Comics Presents #43 (1982) Superman is harassed by his co-workers because he opts to have a wistful stare out of a window rather than talk to that yutz Jimmy Olson. He thinks he sees a Sun Eater and he’s correct but gets ambushed by Mongul. Mongul traps Clark in a glass case of emotion so its up to the Legion of Super-Heroes to figure it all out…
 
Secret Defenders #15 (1994) Doctor Strange is stuck in a sanctum beneath the earth’s core and he has no facial hair so he is not equipped to handle his usual Secret Defenders duties. He calls upon general scumbag hero Doctor Druid and his immense Rogaine top-knot to defend the earth against Malachi, the villainess with Wolverine hair and giant hoop…
 
Metamorpho: Year One #4 (2008) We join Rex Mason in his first year as Metamorpho, a being with one leg made of pudding and another made of Miracle Whip. He’s tired of being forced to live in seclusion due to his lack of noise so Simon Stagg gives him a life-like mask and an opportunity to have sex with his daughter. All of this goes sideways and Re…
 
Vision and the Scarlet Witch #1 (1982) WANDAVISION is upon us so let's take a look at the WrestleMania of Vision/Scarlet Witch stories. Here, Viz and Wanda move to Jersey on Halloween and Vision’s out there sticking his hands in all the kids' bags and what not. They try to copulate but Jarvis cuts them off. Then Samhain (the goat man, not Danzig an…
 
Batman / Catwoman #1 (2020) We start the new year off with the good stuff as we explore the Black Label version of Batman and Catwoman. Tom King’s story structure tends to confuse us so expect a lot of us parsing out what the hell is happening chronologically. There’s Batman and Catwoman having sex while Alfred watches, Bruce Wayne’s Xmas arrangeme…
 
In a very special WCE, Jen and Shawn analyze and review the 2020 motion picture, WONDER WOMAN 1984, directed by Patty Jenkins, starring Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman and written in part by Geoff Johns and 12 inch party sub with months-old prosciutto on it. Join us for an awkward celebration of wishes, body swaps and useless warrior armor. Continue the …
 
Justice League America #78 (1993) After jobbing hard to Doomsday, Wonder Woman and Jay Garrick are brought in to shape up the JLA for a peace-keeping mission. Guy Gardner prepares for this by watching FACES OF DEATH V at 7:30 in the goddamn morning. We also got sort of Martian Manhunter dude Bloodwynd melting guns and Maxima wanting to kill everyon…
 
Mephisto Vs. #1 (1987) Marvel’s Satan tries his hand at nabbing the souls of all the virtuous superhero women and actually finds it to be quite easy. All he has to do is get Ben Grimm fired up about tooth decay, have the Human Torch fight John McEnroe and possess She-Hulk to throw Franklin Richards into the gaping maw of Hell. Continue the conversa…
 
The Question #21 (1988) The Question aka Vic Sage hits up his high school reunion only to find out that no one likes him and never did like him. One smashed locker and one weird story about fruit later, Vic finds himself in the midst of a hospital hostage stand-off where the Unknown Soldier demands a heart transplant by gunpoint. Continue the conve…
 
Pitt #6 (1994) Pitt was a joint from the 90s back when no one had a nose. Its about an alien whose race did a reverse Thanos and grabbed some DNA to merge a boy with a space Hulk. In this issue, space Hulk ruins the NYC sewer infrastructure via his careless burrowing. Also, Blade’s brother makes an appearance and an elderly man is brutally sedated.…
 
Defenders #63 (1978) Its our 300th episode! Thank you for joining us here on the podcast each week for the past six (!) years. To celebrate, we jump into a Defenders book where every C-level hero (and Captain Marvel for some reason) got the impression it was fair game to become a Defender. Hulk peaces out pretty quick, leaving Valkyrie, Hercules an…
 
Falling In Love #131 (1972) We get fancy this week as we read from an out-of-date trade of romance comics from DC. And much like most 70s romance comics, this one’s a lark of a story about a girl whose mother can’t stop plucking away her boyfriends. You see, Mom’s 36 but she’s still a looker and can get crunk with the kids of today and their Lil Jo…
 
Captain America #413 (1993) It has been long overdue but we finally make our way back to LADY MALL~! as Cap and Diamondback try to take down MODAM and the Femizons. In this issue, Cap fights a literal who’s who of jabroni villains including Batroc, Stilt-Man, the previously dead Ringer, Man-Ape, Man-BULL and maybe even Man-Puss. Cap gets creepy wit…
 
Detective Comics #682 (1995) Batman’s equilibrium is off and ends up crashing into a movie billboard about a joke-telling crocodile. We also have Communist Moondragon and KGBeast teaming up to shakedown Lucius Fox over a piece of the Wayne Enterprises pie. Non-compliance follows and we get a chemical plant explosion which Robin is overwhelmed by. A…
 
Iron Man #64 (1973) Iron Man participates in Detroit’s urban renewal initiative as he shoulderblocks down decrepit buildings. He is ambushed by Doctor Spectrum and defeats him handily with the entire inventory of a Spencer’s Gifts. Later, while in the middle of cuckolding Happy Hogan, Tony is surprised yet again, this time by a grey monster with te…
 
Weird Suspense: The Tarantula #1 (1975) Its not Halloween until you read a comic about a Dark Ages curse that turns men into tarantula-based men. This week in our FOURTH (!!) book from Atlas Comics, we meet Count Lycos Search Engine, who must now satiate his “unnatural lust” for paralyzed human meat on the regular. Thankfully, comedian Kyle Kinane …
 
Crypt of Shadows #3 (1973) CRYPT OF SHADOWS is a horror reprint anthology that showcases all the anachronistic goodness of 1950s STRANGE TALES stories. Featured here we have: Andy Capp in Hell A card shark getting schooled by Marty Feldman A criminal who can’t tell the difference between whale viscera and sand A corpse falling on top of the first-e…
 
Infinite Crisis Special: Villains United #1 (2006) All of the big heroes are off dealing with the Infinite Crisis so now is as good as time as any for Lex Luthor to get the band back together and rule the world with a Secret Society of Super-Villains. Lex starts off strong by intimidating prison wardens into releasing their meta-human inmates but t…
 
Marvel Premiere #28 (1976) In the most unexpected of occurrences, the sole survivor of a prehistoric race returns from interplanetary exile to lay claim to Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles, dropping a huge mountain in the middle of the street. Ghost Rider was going to hit up a Westerns matinee at the New Beverly but now he has to deal with this. Con…
 
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