The Problem with Frank Miller - Alex Fossella - Ep 64

Published: Nov. 5, 2021, 4 p.m.

Why is Frank Miller problematic? What is the comic "Holy Terror" about? Is it OK to enjoy comics written by a "bad person"? Why doesn't Martin Scorsese like the Marvel movies? How cool is it when Dr. Strange astral projects? Will we ever get a gritty Paste Pot Pete? Is there something mentally wrong with Batman? Are Batman comics generally pretty good? Who do you prefer as Ant-Man, Hank Pym or Scott Lang? Why is Brett excited about the She-Hulk Disney+ series? How is the MCU going to handle Deadpool? Is Watchmen a perfect comic? What does "women in refrigerators" mean? Is it fun when evil wins? What did Brian Posehn and Gerry Dugan get right about Deadpool?

Reading tips: Frank Miller's Daredevil; Ronin (also Frank Miller); Bullseye: Greatest Hits by Daniel Way; Dr. Strange: The Oath; Batman: The Long Halloween; Batman and Philosophy (non-fiction book); The Dark Knight Returns; Watchmen; Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth (Grant Morrison); Killing Joke; Robin: Year One; early Ant-Man comics; early Spider-Man; early Fantastic Four; She-Hulk by John Byrne; She-Hulk by Peter David; Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe; Brian Posehn and Gerry Dugan Deadpool issues

Watch tips: Netflix Daredevil; Doctor Strange; Birdman cartoon; Harvey Birdman: Attorney-at-Law; Watchmen (HBO)

Recorded 10-15-21 via Zoom