Dan, Layney, and Matt get together talk about the inspiration for the new podcast, Detecting the Marvelous: what inspired them, where their love of comics comes from, and why they chose what they chose.
Theme by Glen Beauchamp and art by Ben Steamroller.
I grew up loving comics and I thought, like most people who were kids during the 80s, Batman was one of the coolest heroes. The Dark Knight (by Frank Miller) was released when I was 12, blowing my mind with the kind of dark and absolutely nightmarish places it went.
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