In the latest episode of The Captioned Life, Sean and Kevin celebrate Fathers’ Day by discussing the worst dads in comics.
In this episode of The Captioned Life, we discuss our favorite comic book superhero secret hideouts and what makes them interesting and unique.
After watching the new film, Mortal Kombat on HBO Max, the guys sat down to discuss what they liked and didn’t like. It’s a big slice of nostalgia pie, but did Sean and Kevin have the stomach for this new …
On this episode of The Captioned Life, Dr. Sheena Howard joins Sean and Kevin for a conversation about her new book, Why Wakanda Matters: What Black Panther Reveals About Psychology, Identity, and Communication.
Now that the season finale of Marvel Studios' "The Falcon And The Winter Soldier" is out, we sit down to talk about what we liked and disliked about the series.
The new original graphic novel, Count, answers the age old question: What do you get when you combine classic literature with sci-fi adventure? In this episode we get the chance to talk to author and artist, Ibrahim Moustafa about this.
In this episode, the Captioned Life Crew sits down with comics writer, David Pepose to discuss his new book, Scout’s Honor. We get David to peel back the layers on his writing process and some of the tough themes he …
What would be the best superpower to have in order to get rich? In this new episode, Sean, James, and Kevin discuss what extraordinary gift they’d want to have if their primary motivation was to make a fortune. We also …
After eight long weeks of twists and turns, we finally found out the fate of the unusual couple from Westview, New Jersey. After watching the series finale of WandaVision last night.
As we all follow the breadcrumbs and unravel the mystery of #WandaVision, we're all waiting for the return of the #MCU summer blockbuster. To pass the time, we played a little Marvel Cinematic Universe Who Said It.
The Mandalorian has become a pop culture phenomenon over the last year, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
About this episode 2020 was a pretty dry year for big-budget superhero films, but we did get a long-awaited sequel for Christmas. Listen as Hosts Sean and Kevin discuss their reaction to the film and the evolution of this classic …
Listen in as hosts Kevin and Sean discuss some of their personal highlights of 2020 and what they are looking forward to most in 2021.
We announced a new release structure for the upcoming 2021 year for our podcast. We will now release episodes (or at least try to, anyways!) on the 1st and 15th of every month, starting January 15th!
In this episode, James and Sean interview Mark Russell and Richard Pace, the creators of "Second Coming" from Ahoy Comics. We talk about how the comic came about, the story elements, religion and culture, and its controversy with DC Comics.
In this episode, Kevin, James, and Sean discuss the impact of Chadwick Boseman on people and superhero fandom, DC Comics Fandome, and the comic book industry. They also share predictions about the future of comics and movie culture.
Kevin, Sean, and James talk about the comics they read over the summer. Listen as they discuss and reflect on how they see the world differently after reading Darkwing Duck, the X-Men, everything in between.
We were lucky enough to interview Jonathan Belle, aka "The Seattle Superman". In this episode, we discuss his journey on becoming the Seattle Superman, his cosplay and photography experience, and his journey so far.
We recorded a short announcement to explain why we are participating in #podcastblackout and will be taking a break from creating new episodes for the near future. In light of recent events and the ongoing struggle for racial equality the …
Kevin, Sean, and James sit down for a discussion with artist Sweeney Boo to discuss her new book Eat and Love Yourself. You’ll hear about her motivations and approach to telling a very personal story, as well as other work …
Join Kevin, Sean, and James as they set out to discuss their favorite comics that deal with viral outbreaks and pandemics, but end up taking a long way around and get sidetracked a time or two.
Sean talks to local comic shop owner Michael Costello about how the COVID-19 epidemic has affected his store, Downtown Comics, in Indianapolis, IN.
NOTE: In this episode, we do talk about violence and other sensitive material. We interview Juan Ferreyra, a comic artist who has worked on a number of stories for Image Comics, Dark Horse, DC, and currently Marvel.
In this special Valentine’s Day episode, we discuss various love themes in comics. Sean shares his 5 “Did You Know” facts about couples in comics, a brief history of LGBTQ representation in comics, and each host shares their iconic comics …