Gilbert and Lee revisit a defining story from their childhood that changed how they viewed comics as a whole and how a hero like Spider-man can be explored. This is their discussion about the 1987 Spider-man crossover, Kraven's Last Hunt.
Gilbert and Lee invite Diego Ibarra into the lab to listen to the first albums he ever purchased; R.E.M.'s Out Of Time and Crash Test Dummies' The Ghosts that Haunt Me. How will they stack up against the principle?
Gilbert and Lee dig out the lost Walt Disney treasure of Dick Tracy from 1990. This four color comic book trip is certainly one for the eyes. But does it hold up to the rigorous testing in the Scrappy Doo lab? Grab your radio wristwatch and have a listen.
Gil and Lee celebrate Christmas with a viewing of the Chuck Jones classic special narrated by Boris Karloff. But is it still as magical as they remember? Tune in on your wiffle snark blatt to find out!
Gilbert and Lee sit down to view a holiday classic that has endured for fifty years and make some startling discoveries. Grab a cup of cocoa or eggnog, curl up in a warm blanket and revisit this piece of nostalgia with our hosts as the snow falls outside.
Lee and Gilbert take a ride on a giant airship and revisit the world of Grundo and all it has to offer from Talking Bears to scary monsters and the crystals that bring them together. This is Teddy Ruxpin.
Lee and Gilbert venture into Frankenstone for some of Grizelda's fine dining, The Oracle's oversight, Maharishi's mysteriums, Grammar Slammer whammer bammers, and eventually get rejected by the Sloth. They also discuss the glory of Vincent Price, the educational coolness of the Professor, and the pros and cons of a laugh track... mostly cons.