#89: The New MC2


Is Marvel trying to copy the success of DC’s New 52 with their Secret Wars event this summer? Is Marvel trying to align the comic books with the movie universe? Is Marvel just really out of ideas so they are just rehashing some of their biggest events? Well this week Dave, Ben and John joined by 2 very special co-hosts, Frank Duran of Real Books Don’t Have Batman and Johnny Fournier of Sumptin – Sumptin, explore these very questions. We may not find the answers, but the journey is always fun, enjoy!


Check out RBDHB here: https://soundcloud.com/yupfrank

Check out Sumptin – Sumptin here: https://soundcloud.com/sumptin-sumptin

Please take a moment to help out artist Tommy Castillo: http://www.youcaring...

Read More

#88: O.M.G.


This week John and Dave sit down with comic book artist/writer O.M.G. Creator of the comic book Ant. He shares what his inspiration was for Ant and how he has succeeded in comics.  This episode is bound to inspire you to peruse your dreams. Sit back, enjoy and you’re welcome!


Check out O.M.G.’s website here: http://www.originalmariogully.com/

Follow O.M.G. on twitter: https://twitter.com/omg_mariogully

Like his FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Art-of-Original-Mario-Gully/530025773790106

#stumpthegeekspeak question of last week: Name 3 instances of characters introduced in other mediums (Cartoon/TV/Film) that were so popular they crossed back into the comics as main characters.

And the winner is: Bruce from the podcast He...

Read More

#87: Cat videos over flying cars


This week Pete, Dave and Ben (John was mysteriously absent this week) sit down and discuss Agent Carter and the Ant-Man trailer. Along with the CW wanting more DC comic based shows. Plus NASA plans on building a real life Enterprise. Beam us up! So sit back and Enjoy!


#stumpthegeekspeak question of last week: On the show The Librarians in the episode And the Fables of Doom what is the comic book related reference written on the chalkboard?

Answer: Loki’s Staff. And no one got it this week, but keep trying guys!

#stumpthegeekspeak question of the week: Name 3 instances of characters introduced in other mediums (Cartoon/TV/Film) that were so popular they crossed back into the comics as main characters.

To answer post on our FB page or twe...

Read More

#86: Stuart Jennett and Darren Pearce Return


We start of 2015 with a bit of deja vu. Stuart Jennett and Darren Pearce return to talk more about their book Elena: Divinity Rising, now available on Comixology, along with some other projects they are working on. They also share their feelings on some of the latest super hero movies including Man of Steel and Guardians of the Galaxy. Plus they let us in on the future of Elena. So sit back and enjoy!


Get issue one of Elena: Divinity Rising here: https://www.comixology.com/Elena-Divinity-Rising/comics-series/33088?ref=c2VhcmNoL2luZGV4L2Rlc2t0b3Avc2xpZGVyTGlzdC9zZXJpZXNTbGlkZXI

Follow Elena Anchova on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ElenaAnchova

And on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Elenadivinityrising/

Follow Stuart Jennett on Twitter: ...

Read More

#85: The Mighty Four Skim 2014


This week the guys review the year that was 2014. They share their favorite movies, tv shows, geek moments and SHS moments of 2014. They also discus what thy are looking forward to in 2015. Dave, Ben, John and Pete wish you and yours Happy Holidays and a healthy and happy 2015. So sit back and enjoy and we will see you in 2015!


Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuperHeroSpeak

Like us and leave feed back on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Superherospeak

Click here to check out Fathead.com and support the show!

Transform Your Child's Room with Fathead today!


Read More

#84: Krypton: Game of Groans


So this week Dave, Ben, John and Pete sit down and discuss some of the latest casting news. Including Mark Hamill returning to the role of the Trickster, the cast of Suicide Squad and Ryan Reynolds is officially Deadpool. Also with only their 2104 wrap up show left to go, they name the Geek of the Year this week! They also officially say goodbye to Dustin, we wish him well, and he will be missed. So sit back and enjoy!


#stumpthegeekspeak question from last week: Where was George Lucas during the premier of Star Wars in 1977?

Answer: He was in Hawaii with Steven Spielberg coming up with the idea for Raiders of the Lost Ark

And the winner is Dave the NerdCongrats you are the geek of the YEAR! Thanks for being a loyal fan!

Follow Dave on ...

Read More

#83: The Geek Awakens


All of the internet was set a buzz with the release of the teaser trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Many geeks have discussed, debated and even created their own versions. This week John and Dave talk about their relationship with the Star Wars franchise and their reaction to the teaser trailer. The trailer awakened the geek in us, enjoy!


Here is the trailer for those who haven’t seen it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erLk59H86ww

and here is the George Lucas Special addition trailer: http://techcrunch.com/2014/11/30/the-star-wars-episode-vii-trailer-if-it-were-made-by-george-lucas/

How about the lego version? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpfWrh1scZU&feature=youtu.be

Let’s not for get the Abrams lens flare addition: https://w...

Read More

SuperHeroRead #2: Steve McHugh, Hellequin Chronicles 1, “Crimes Against Magic”

April 27th 2012
No sparkles, still seem lame
7 of 10
(6+1 for the bad-ass cover)
For the impatient:
A pretty good start to an interesting series. Written in first-person perspective, the world building has a lot of history to explore in the future, as does the main character. The writing is good for a first-try, and the protagonist is a cross between Fate and Wolverine, and yes, that is as scary as it sounds.
Crimes Against Magic
Read More

SuperHeroLink – December 1 2014

November link roundup.  Remember to disable your ad-blocker when you visit these sites.  They, as we, make some money from ads on the site, which allows us all to make more content for you.

    Need we say more?
  2. The Force Awakand you’ve already clicked on the link, haven’t you?
    1. And if Lucas made it
    2. Lego-ized
    3. And not finally, given the Abrams Lens Flare Treatment
  3. Maleficent Double-down for those with daughters who love Angelina Jolie and have no clue about the Billy Bob Thornton years:
    Honest Trailor
    Everything Wrong With
  4. Dragonball Z Abridged Ep.45 (If you haven’t seen the the rest of the series, watch 1-44 first)
  5. Representing snot-nosed stereo-typical heroes of the ’80s, we have The Nostalgia Critic reviewing The Monster Squad
Read More

SuperHeroRead #1: Introduction (aka tl;dr)

Matter Eater Lad - Eating his way out of some major depression
Super hero, or super colonoscopy advertisement?

What make a hero “super”?   This is a serious question.  Is it a costume that makes a super hero?  Well, I’m sure Steve Austin would disagree.  Is it powers that make someone a super hero?  Tell you what – I’m not going to be the one to take that up with Bruce Wayne, Dick Grayson, Nick Fury, or Frank Castle.   Guns?  Again, I would refer you to the Goddamn Batman or Oliver Queen.  Or Clint Barton.  Do your parents have to be killed, or special, or special and killed?   There are plenty of heroes out there that still have more family members than grave stones.

What I’m getting at is that a super hero isn’t someone who wears something or uses a specific weapon, or has a “particular set of skills”...

Read More