Dave Jackson, editor of mondoexploito.com and director of Cat Sick Blues, drops by as we talk the king of the monsters, Godzilla. Plus reviews of I Hate Fairyland, Junji Ito's Cat Diary, Totally Awesome Hulk, Contest of Champions, Swamp Thing, Batman '66 Meets the Man From UNCLE, Criminal, and much more...
We pick our best comics, creators, publishers, and stuff in other media for 2015!
In which we get in depth about Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Plus reviews of Black Knight, The Vision, Spidey, Sheriff of Babylon and Hercules.
Marian Blythe and Allan Carey, replica prop making wiz from Type 40, join us for an in-depth discussion of the latest Marvel Netflix series Jessica Jones. Plus reviews of Lois & Clark, Superman: American Alien, Daredevil, Sheltered, Barrier, and Godzilla In Hell. And the debut of our All New, All Different letters column... Felines.
A few days late but twice the length, it's Rad Lounge 27! We go in depth on over an hour's worth of comics, then settle in for a chat about James Bond's latest outing, Spectre. Also, Lucas is making a film! Find out more and support him at www.capesfilm.com
Cross your fingers folks, as this episode we put Uncle Larry in a room with a couple of children while we put a spotlight on kids comics. Plus reviews of Captain America: White, Star Wars: Shattered Empire, Godzilla In Hell and Doctor Who comics.
YouTube's own "Nerdburger", Cazz, joins us as we review Velvet, Space Riders, The Fabulous Tree Frog, Jem & The Holograms, and a slew of Star Wars books, then settle down for the heated debate: what's the point of Archie Comics in 2015?
This ep we have all the news fresh out of New York Comic-Con, plus reviews of a fortnight of books that could easily read as a Best of 2015 list. But the biggest news is the momentous debut of our new mail segment, B.A.'s P.A.
We talk important A-Team news, open the lid on the mystery of Little Lazza Boxshall's shameful past writing letters to comics, and then settle in for a great Q&A with acclaimed artist & writer Becky Cloonan (Gotham Academy, Southern Cross, Demo). And we do a call out for mail. Send us your mail, people! email@example.com
It's a mammoth double-length episode as Mitch Davies joins us once again and we talk Electric Boogaloo: The Wild Untold Story of Cannon Films; Not Quite Hollywood; and Rick & Morty, before settling in for a feature topic dissecting the Mission Impossible franchise. Plus a ton of comics reviews.
The Rad Lounge officially re-opens for business! Mitchell Davies joins us at the bar as we ease into a new era with some news, reviews and preview picks. Plus Larry has a mid-life crisis live on air. Books reviewed include Secret Wars Battlefront, X-Men '92, Saga, Cyborg & Fight Club.
Is this a second reunion episode? We don't really know what to call it anymore. So many of you watched our film I'm You, Dickhead on YouTube, so to say thanks we review Fantastic Four. Doesn't seem a fair trade, we know. But we also review some much better things too.
To celebrate the release of our short film I'm You, Dickhead on YouTube - at www.imyoudickhead.com - we gather together for a reunion special to catch up on the comics, films & industry news that have hit while we've been gone.
Preview of Episode 1 of our new podcast Devotee. This episode, cartoonist Mike Dawson ("Freddie & Me", "Camp 142") talks Queen. Subscribe to Devotee on iTunes, or find us at devoteepodcast.com
It's Christmas, so it's time to put up the mistletoe, open a few too many beers and kick back to discuss our Books of the Year. Plus two trivia titans, Brad Hassett and Ash Burrows, go head-to-head in the grand finale of the Radioactive Lounge Quiz, with our amazing overstuffed prize-bag up for grabs.
It's a review extravaganza as Youtube's "Nerdburger" Cazz, Stu MacLeod, and quiz-slash-puppet maestro Ash Burrows join us for a mission so mad (and pointless) only we would attempt it: 40 reviews in 40 minutes.
It's a special blockbuster episode as superstar creators Michael T. Gilbert and Gabriel Hardman join us to talk about legendary comics artist Wally Wood and his "22 Panels That Always Work" (along with their own not too shabby careers!). Then we talk to Tim McEwen, curator of "22 Panels", an exhibition celebrating Wally Wood's 22 Panels That Always Work, showing at Kinokuniya Bookstore in Sydney until November 15th.
It's our October Live show, and a Halloween Special as we talk monsters with Lauren Hills, writer of zombie/romance/etiquette comics Good Hordekeeping. Plus reviews of Batgirl #35, Sabrina #1, Revival, Through The Woods, Black Science and Squishface Studio's first publication, Squishzine Brunstown.
Marian Blythe joins Lucas for a chock-full lockout edition. We review Captain Victory, Star Wars Legacy, Bandette and Batgirl #35. But the real treat is an interview with James Harvey, creator of Masterplasty and editor of the Bartkira project, which retells Akira with Simpsons characters!
This episode Lucas and Larry are joined in the Lounge by one of the hottest teams going: Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard. We talk to the guys about their fantastic series Wild's End, New Deadwardians and Dark Ages, plus Ian's graphic novel Celeste and Dan's work reinvigorating the comic that inspired everyone's favourite movie, Guardians of the Galaxy!
This month comedian and science educator Ben McKenzie joins us to talk the science of superheroes! Plus reviews of Gotham, the Edge of the Spider-verse, My Faith in Frankie, Mike Carey's Felix Castor novels, and Moonhead and the Music Machine.
Lucas and Larry sit down to chat to the internet's own Time Cowboy - Jake Lawrence, creator of Boom Studios' hit book Teen Dog - about pizza, 80s movies, becoming an overnight sensation, and Squirrel Girl. And continuing the Boom theme, we also review Wild's End, from Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard.
A cavalcade of comics entertainment this month. Marc Pearson talks about his Mr Ray comics and the Advice Comics tumblr! The 100 Bullets charity auction finale! Plus reviews, the quiz & heckling from "Australia's own" Simon Hanselmann, author of Megahex!
It's our August lockout edition! We share too much about our teenage regrets, and review Jillian & Mariko Tamaki's This One Summer, Bryan Lee O'Malley's Seconds, Painkiller Jane - and a little film called Guardians of the Galaxy.
This week we chat with one of the coolest indie creators around, Mr Jim Rugg. Street Angel, Afrodisiac, Strange Tales, his astounding ballpoint pen sketches - we talk about it all, plus his love of 70s Marvel comics and blaxploitation movies, and the business of being a freelance artist.