All posts by Nick Hearne

Reflections with Pat Kasten – The Animal Whisperer



  My guest tonight is Pat Kasten Long time animal lover and trainer. As a child she was called the animal whisperer because of her ability to connect and bond with them. During this episode we will discuss her interesting life with animals and some of the adventures she experienced. Besides having a gift with … Continue reading Reflections with Pat Kasten – The Animal Whisperer


Is It Worth It? Usagi Yojimbo from IDW



  That new comic book series, is it going to be a waste of money? That new TV Show, is it going to be a waste of time? That new movie, is it going to be a waste of BOTH? Well we here at My Big Fat Pull List are here to let you know, … Continue reading Is It Worth It? Usagi Yojimbo from IDW


Our Review Of “Scarlet Cinema” – Season 2, Episode 16



  When one thinks of how they “wish things could change in their lives” I would venture that few think about the tale of 1941’s The Wolfman as an origin point for things that seem like better times. Nevertheless, that film, starting Lon Chaney, Jr., is at the center of this episode of Friday The … Continue reading Our Review Of “Scarlet Cinema” – Season 2, Episode 16


X-Men X-periences!



  The X-Men. Once an obscure comic book loved by a group of devoted fans. Now a profitable franchise with fans around the globe. It doesn’t matter if you’re exposure to Marvel’s Merry Mutants came from comic pages, trading cards, action figures, animation or feature films, their impact is still the same…Uncanny! Join in on … Continue reading X-Men X-periences!


Understanding DC Comics – Episode 3: A New Earth



  These days, Comic Book reboots have become a normal part of the industry.  Origins reworked, storylines updated and histories retconned.  It’s become as synonymous with comic book storytelling as tights and capes.  But that wasn’t always the case. In 1986, following the reality altering mega event The Crisis On Infinite Earths, DC Comics did … Continue reading Understanding DC Comics – Episode 3: A New Earth


Our Review Of “Better Off Dead” – Season 2, Episode 15



  The brain, is a very strange thing. The connections, the electricity, the memories and the finer things – they’re all there. But what about – the SOUL? It’s what makes us “human” and separates us from the animals to be sure but – inside this episode, that concept gets our daring trip into HUGE … Continue reading Our Review Of “Better Off Dead” – Season 2, Episode 15


Current Issues – Episode 4 – (Feb. 2020)



  Welcome to our fourth instalment of Current Issues, where your hosts talk about what THEY think are the most important news items going on in the world of comic books and pop culture. These topics are triple fact checked and double researched, for You, the listener, so as not to be dumped into the … Continue reading Current Issues – Episode 4 – (Feb. 2020)


Our Review Of “Face Of Evil” – Season 2, Episode 14



  The value of one’s looks is completely subjective – or is it? Inside this episode of Friday The 13th: The Series – we make a HARD revisit to a previous episode’s not-yet-recovered item – a cursed compact! A pocket mirror that fosters malice, malfeasance and death. It’s all about the looks ya’ got, baby – but … Continue reading Our Review Of “Face Of Evil” – Season 2, Episode 14


How Do We Make The 1st Amendment Fit The 21st Century?



  Freedom of speech can be interpreted on may different levels. While it allows us in the United States to “speak our minds”, gone are the days that we are protected from persecution from doing so. That’s because freedom of speech and freedom of expression are double edged swords. How can it be acceptable for … Continue reading How Do We Make The 1st Amendment Fit The 21st Century?


Does Continuity Matter In Comics?



  In organized fandom, “continuity” can be a trigger word for many fanboys and fangirls out there. Continuity is what ties a universe full of stories together. But it can also be a detrimental roadblock for anyone attempting to understand and digest 30, 40, 50…hell, even 80 years worth of content. No matter what corner … Continue reading Does Continuity Matter In Comics?