Welcome Junior Watchers!
Join me, Dr. G the Man of Nerdology, with my rotating team-up of returning co-hosts and new co-hosts as we explore the realm of what could have been on the What If...Cast. In each episode we will explore an issue of Marvel Comics anthology series WHAT IF as we dive into the infinite possibilities of the Marvel Multiverse.
In this episode, I am joined by returning guest host to the Pulp 2 Pixel Podcasts, and author of comics book series such as the acclaimed Only Living Boy and the upcoming Only Living Girl from Papercutz, David Gallaher. We will be reading and reviewing What If Issue 22 Volume 1 titled “What If Doctor Doom Became a Hero?”.
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The Secret Wars boys take a quick break from their coverage of all things Beyonder to review and discuss the seminal Squadron Supreme mini-series by Mark Gruenwald and Bob Hall. Often referred to as "Watchmen before Watchmen", this comic takes a hard look at what would happen if superheroes stopped fighting villains and tried to actually save the world...almost destroying it in the process.
In this inaugural episode, Greg and Sean review the issue that starts it all, Squadron Supreme #1. Join us as they discuss what the world would actually look like after a comic book crisis, their favorite works that begin as pastiche but became their own legends, and what kind of key Roy Thomas would bring to a key party.
Promos: JLI Bwah-Ha-Ha Podcast and Coffee and Comics