We’re back after a long hiatus to talk comics after a fashion! We talk about Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley, and that’s pretty much it. Then it spirals out of control discussions of the definition of comics as it pertains to Disney’s Mighty Ducks trilogy, virtue signaling in Super Mario, and Eric shamelessly promoting his own comic work, which can you buy here!
The Sequential Smarter returns from winter hibernation to talk about the ongoing James Bond comic! Be enthralled as we talk about this surprisingly well-made new entry into the Bond franchise, then listen to us ramble as we run out of steam.
The Sequential Smarter crew is back after a summer hiatus! Graduate school and moving cross country won’t keep us from talking about comics we like and dislike!
Billy, Brendan, and Eric talk off the cuff about the new James Bond comic, Monstress, webcomics, abstract comics, and general life updates. Plus Eric and Brendan start to squabble over the definition of a comic that rivals Trump vs Hilary!
Sequential Smarter celebrates a year of existence with its twentieth episode on volumes two and three of Kieron Gillen’s and Jaime McKelvie’s Phonogram! Listen to Brendan, Billy, and Eric follow up on the ill-fated lost episode of the podcast by explaining music references that go over Eric’s head and discuss the complicated implications of the Brexit.
Brendan, Billy, and Eric are here with another free form discussion episode, now somewhat cleverly named “Off Panel.” We talk about a whole swath of the latest and relevant comics we’ve been reading which includes works by Frank Miller, Brian K. Vaughn, Brian Wood, some DC: Rebirth stuff, before suffering more technical difficulties! You can thank Charter internet service for that!
The most relevant comics podcast ever covers an especially relevant comic with Matt Fraction and David Aja’s run on Hawkeye! This is a comic that defies all expectations and categorizations, so listen as Eric, Billy, and Brendan fight through technical difficulties to break down the visual intricacies of what Scott McCloud called one of the best comics in America.
We’re trying a new weekly model of podcasting at Sequential Smarter where every other week is a free form discussion of what’s on our minds! Join Eric, Billy, and Brendan as they chat about continuity in mainstream comics, ’90s comic collecting, gorillas, and the comics they’ve been reading lately, and more!
Apologies for the delay, but Eric, Billy, and Brendan are back to conclude our thrilling discussion of Grant Morrison’s Final Crisis! Plus we talk about continuity, touch upon DC’s new relaunch, and of course, gorillas.