Here at the Longbox, things rarely get too spooky. American horror comics? Eh! For this Shortbox, Tyler and Matt wanted to find that same feeling of terror that Goosebumps gave them as kids. With Junji Ito’s Shiver, your favorite podcast hosts get so scared, they almost throw up. Get in the Halloween spirit with the Longbox, this episode is bound to cause a fright!
The Longbox boys are back from New York Comic Con so the show must go on. Not one book was read this week but we have con impressions and a Joker review for everyone! Did we like the con? Yes. Did we think Joker was a great film? Yes. Did we actually like Joker? Well, you’re just going to have to listen to find out!
You know what’s a signifier of a great episode of The Longbox Podcast? When the show goes so off the rails, there’s not one topic to base this blurb on. Strap in for a strange one, folks, we’re talking Harleen, HOXPOX, the Amish, the Catholic Church, Safe Sex and much more this week! You’re going to wanna keep that thang on ya and enjoy the show!
Here at the Longbox Podcast, there’s no shame in admitting gaps in comics knowledge. For Tyler and Matt, one of the most glaring omissions in their collections is the classic New Mutants run from Chris Claremont, Bob McLeod, and Bill Sienkiewicz. To correct that, TLB tackles teenage angst, angry spirit animals, and mutant mindscapes in this week’s Demon Bear Saga Epic Collection Shortbox Special! (That's a mouthful)
A bold, new era of the Longbox begins here! For first-timers and old fans, welcome to the bi-weekly show. To show how dedicated this show is growth and change, we’ve decided to do our own grimdark reboot of the podcast. Starting with Spawn, the show is now gritty and extreme. These are our Image Years!
After what feels like forever, Matt and Tyler return to the weekly format! They planned the usual show: ten books, questions, the works. And you know what, listeners? The entire show was spent on Marvel #1000. Thank Al Ewing and friends, tendrils, because this week on The Longbox Podcast, all 80 pages of the book are reviewed in the span of one episode!