One of the most memorable events of the nineties, for all the wrong reasons. Can our hosts survive the onslaught of complicated continuity?
To see the year out in style, we're going breakneck speed through all the big continuity changes of 2017. Who lived? Who died? Who was a Nazi? Everything you love and hate about superhero comics.
It's our third birthday! To celebrate three years of Journey Into Misery, we're doing another D-List anthology episode including Death's Head, Doop and Dark Claw.
With the Justice League movie in cinemas, we take a look at one of the most iconic runs on a JLA comic of all time.
With the new film in theatres, we looked at the Ragnarok storyline from the comics and then the story which followed which was a big influence on the first Thor movie as Asgard comes to Oklahoma.
Secret Empire is over, which means we're going through the event itself and try and figure exactly where it went wrong.
Secret Empire is coming to a close, so we've put together a special two-parter to explain everything that went down so you don't have to read it. First up, all the events that lead up including social justice supervillains, sentient cosmic cubes and that infamous "Hail Hydra" page.
There came a time when the Old Gods died! Silence closed upon what had happened — a long, deep silence — wrapped in massive darkness... it was this way for an age... THEN — THERE WAS NEW LIGHT!
Things get dark as we head into the black and grey world of the Uncanny X-Force.
Almost as if an angel from heaven itself, Journey Into Misery is back with an angel in her own right, Angela!
To celebrate Wonder Woman as everyone is rightly doing, we tried something different and tackled all her many different canonical origins, from William Moulton Marston to Greg Rucka.
Here us listeners! No longer are we the podcast you knew! We are life, and fire incarnate! Now and forever, we are Phoenix!
Or, y'know, for the next hour or so at least.
There's a new Guardians film out this week, so we looked at the complete run on the most recent volume of the comic by one of the industry's most influential heavyweights.
We're zipping forward to the 853rd century to see what superheroes are like in the future and what happens when the future comes back to destroy the past, in DC's ambitiously epic crossover event.
We've taken the most important superhero comic of all time and reduced it to its major story beats. What could go wrong?
The world looks very different than it did yesterday, as we dive into the complicate mire of Age of Apocalypse and try to make sense of the '90s mega-events.
This week's episode is a special one that's light on character development or high action, but is packed with references and Easter Eggs that are well worth discussing.
Helena didn't know we were doing this when we started recording, and it ended up being really fun. Marvel's best pet superheroes unite to save the world from Thanos, dragons and spoiled little girls.
It's significantly shorter than most episodes, but there's a reason for that that we explain a little in the episode itself, and it'll become clear in a few days.
The Long Halloween, Dark Victory and Hush. Three comics that a lot of people really love and a lot of people really hate. Let's see how this goes.
Geoff Johns' defined Green Lantern for nearly ten years, and it's going to take more than one episode to tackle it all. To start, we're going from Green Lantern: Rebirth to The Sinestro Corps War.
We're looking at one of the most interesting and exciting characters of the past twenty-five years, the mysterious and enigmatic clone of Wolverine, X-23!
Over fifty years ago, the villains killed the heroes... except for Wolverine. What they did to him was so much worse. We talk about Mark Millar and Steve McNiven's instantly iconic story, the character's future and what, if anything, the movie might crib from the comics.
We made it all the way to one hundred episodes, and to celebrate we're tackling one of the most complicated characters in all of creation, Cable!
We're so close to Episode 100, but before we get there we've got the LA noir story of Kate Spencer, the Manhunter.