Christmastime is here, and that means it’s time for The War Rocket Ajax Christmas Special! This year, Matt Fraction makes his traditional return to the show along with Eugene “Adam Warrock” Ahn, as we offer up track-by-track annotations for the Psychopathic Records Christmas album, Holiday Heat.
It is a magical time of presents, festivity and utter, soul-crushing horror at what we’re doing, all for you. Merry Christmas, my ninjas.
This week on War Rocket Ajax, it’s our monthly roundtable, with Action Age’s own Chad Bowers and Josh Krach! We go through the month’s big stories in comics, and by that I mean that we talk about the Creeper and Wild Dog and then figure out what would be the best selling comic of all time. Hint: It’s in the episode title.
In this week’s War Rocket Ajax, we talk to Ming Doyle about The Loneliest Astronauts and Fantastic Four! Plus, we cast out the devil, shout out some newlyweds, and bring you the best worst name for a restaurant in history. BELIEVE!
This week on War Rocket Ajax, it’s the WRA Halloween Special with our pal, Benito Cereno! We meant to talk about comics, but instead we settle for each giving our five essential Halloween horror movies, so if you want some last minute cinematic treats, start listening…. now.
Plus, the usual shenanigans! Enjoy, and Happy Halloween!
This week on War Rocket Ajax, Andy Khouri, Caleb Goellner, and whatever chemicals were coursing through Caleb’s bloodstream join us for a New York Comic Con wrap-up! Get the thrilling inside story of cell phone coverage at the Javitz Center and hear Caleb go on and on and on about his truly shameful tastes in music! It’s a memorable one, folks!
This week on War Rocket Ajax, Matt and I are pleased to welcome Wondermark creator David Malki !, who tells us all about repurposing turn-of-the-century art to make comics and his (completely fictional) beef with Ryan North. Also, for the first time in War Rocket Ajax history, someone compares himself to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. And amazingly, it’s not me.
We skipped it last month, but this week, the War Rocket Ajax Roundtable is back, as Laura Hudson and Bethany Fong join us to discuss September’s big events. Plus, we talk about the full-back tattoos we want, and Laura tries to make the case that she is not, as I have often said, a monster who seems to exist solely to torment me.
No matter what evidence she provides, keep in mind: Marmaduke AND Transformers 3.