1. Jim Bowes
    February 18, 2011 at 12:03 pm

    Guys, you’ve saved me. Awhile ago, about two and a half years back, my family grew and my money shrank. One of the first things to leave was my comic budget. Apart from missing the books that I’ve loved since I’ve been able to read, I miss the atmosphere of going to my comic shop (ironically called The Comic Book shop) and just BS’n about Bats or The Boys or whatever we felt like and not feel like total goobers. As much as I love my wife, if I sit down and explain the story arc of the Retro Girl from Powers or attempt to explain the Grant Morrison Batman stories, she appears to hear me, but is just being kind. She doesn’ get it.
    I got into the podcast a few months back when I did a general search of Cerebus. I loved the show and was hooked. I’ve since listened to the entire run and I think I’m totally caught up…not includeing Critical Hit. By the way, thanks for bringing back a love of AD&D I’ve not remembered since 5th grade. I find myself argueing with you on the polls of the week or when you discuss graphic novles or trades I’m familiar with. And even worse, when I agree with Matthew. Keep up the great work and thanks for giving me back the comic shop atmosphere at work, the car or walking my dogs.
    I’d love to hear your thoughts on some non superhero books. Such as Box Office Poison or Blankets. Chris Ware or Craig Robinson. I’ve always been a big fan of the indie print blank and whites. While your at it, do more Cerebus. My favorite of all time. Which reminds me, does Gatekeeper Comics have a Cerebus #1? I need three issues for the whole run, and that’s the one I need most.
    Love the show, love the site, love you guys. Please keep doing what your doing, and let me geek out so I don’t bore my wife to death with stories of Joker turning into a 5th dimension emporer (Emporer Joker)or Superman really being Batman (Speeding Bullets) or so on and so on…..

    • February 18, 2011 at 12:13 pm

      You keep listening and visiting the site, and we’ll keep producing stuff…

  2. March 10, 2011 at 8:56 am

    Two things.

    1.) I want to second the caller from two weeks ago who said you guys should review “Blankets.” It’s a fantastic graphic novel that I’d love to hear your thoughts on and it’s a book more people should pick-up. It’s full of honesty, raw emotion, comedy, and romance. Can’t recommend it enough.

    2.) I want to apologize for being one of the tools that insinuated/declared/accused you guys of not reviewing any Marvel books. I wrote that review shortly after I discovered your podcast, a time during Blackest Night and shortly after Final Crisis and it seemed all the talk was about DC and independent books that I didn’t care about. I wanted to commiserate with someone on some Marvel books (the former staple of all my readings)! Now that I’ve spent more time with the podcast I’ve come to the realization that you guys don’t review just Marvel or just DC or just Red5 or . . . what-have-you. You guys review books that interest you, no matter what’s in the corner. And those reviews are well-grounded, informative, and have, quietly honestly, expanded my reading horizons. So keep up the good work and I’m sorry if I offended anyone.

  3. Tony Meier
    June 5, 2011 at 6:31 am

    Hey I just started dungeons and dragons and i download your podcast critical hit and i enjoy it so much. You all are great and it is very useful information. Keep up the good work

  4. Augsut N
    June 30, 2011 at 12:08 am

    Love critical hit. I just found it this month and have cot up on all the action now I have to wait week to week.

    Just wanted to let you guys know they changed the way magic items work no more mile stone crap.

    this is what the errata says.
    Page 226: In the Daily entry of this section, delete
    all material after the first sentence. This change
    makes the text consistent with the new rules for
    magic items.

    keep the awesome coming!

  5. Steven Larson
    July 8, 2011 at 3:01 am

    Hello there been enjoying the show. Your talk of Dr. Who reminded me of other past PBS (BBC) sci fi shows I saw when I was young. Was hoping you would talk about sometime about a series aired in 1984 called ‘The Tripods’ which is based off the book The White Mountain by John Christopher. I’ve been watching the episodes on YouTube and it’s actually pretty good despite 80’s special effects.