Hosted by Kris Bather and Mladen Luketin from Western Australia, ES is a weekly podcast filled with news, reviews and pop culture shenanigans. Kris (loyal superhero fan) and Mladen (manga, anime and indie defender) chat about their varying, and occasional overlapping, interests in the wonderful world of sequential art.

Extra Sequential Podcast Episode Three

90 mins. New magazines from writers Alan Moore and Mark Millar, novel Eifelheim and Image series The Light, The Phantom and lots of Scott Pilgrim goodness as well as our rundown of best political moments in comics which includes Ex Machina, Cerebus, Lex Luthor as President and voting for the life of Robin.

While people were escaping their suburban existence and voting for the future of our country (Australia), my mate Mladen and I were recording the latest episode of our Extra Sequential podcast. In episode three, we talk about The Phantom (both old and new), everything Scott Pilgrim, our Top Ten political moments in comics, recent Eisner Award winners and more outlandish geeky indulgences.

Listen to it below, or download it right here.

2:17 NEWS

Batman Beyond DVD boxset, Mark Millar’s new magazine.


Cop Out,  “Aquaman’s” appearance in Clash of the Titans, Alan Moore’s underground mag Dodgem Logic, Lucky Luke: The Dashing White, sci-fi novel Eifelheim, Image’s The Light. Also – a Nicolas Cage impersonation.

20:11 The Phantom

Reminiscing about Lee Falk’s classic character during our youth and its brand new series from Dynamite Entertainment. Billy Zane, the origin of The Ghost Who Walks, Larry Walker: The Almost Phantom, Seth Rogen and more.


The film, the Oni Press series, the game and even the soundtrack. Full of Pilgrim-y goodness. The great TV series Spaced, including slow-mo gun fights, Princess Peach from the Mario games, Seinfeld, and yes, lots of Canadian hero Scott Pilgrim.


Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jack Black, voting and our Top Ten Comics/Politics X-Overs.

10. Lex Luthor as U.S President

9. Cerebus: Church and State

8. Transmetropolitan: Year of the Bastard

7. Fables: March of the Wooden Soldiers

6. J. Jonah Jameson as New York Mayor

5. Everyman: Be The People

4. Asterix and the Caesar’s Gift

3. Ex Machina

2. DMZ: Blood in the Game

1. Voting for the death of Robin!


See the full list of Eisner winners here and Harvey nods here.The comic book equivalent of the Oscars. We talk about David Mazzuchelli’s Asterios Polyp, the black, white and blue of Darwyn Cooke’s The Hunter (based on the crime novel by Donald Westlake aka Richard Stark), and David Small’s Stitches.

84:45 WEBSITE OF THE WEEK an on-line game set in a future London.


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