The Monster Society of Comics is an ever-evolving roundtable discussion podcast about the best comics that came out in a given month.
This month, Elle Collins and Kieran Shiach are joined by their former colleagues at ComicsAlliance Andrew Wheeler and Chris Sims to talk about the best books they read in April 2017.
Continue reading Episode 1: The Best Comics Of April 2017
A comic book based biography in podcast form. Every month, Kieran Shiach talks to a new guest about their relationship with comic book culture and how it shaped them into the person they are.
Chris Sims joins Kieran to talk about Batman throwing a car battery, X-Men comics acquired from Pizza Hut and reading every single issue of The Punisher.
Continue reading Episode 1: Chris Sims
Welcome to Journey Into Misery, where I explain complicated comics characters, continuity and concepts to the patient and perpetually perplexed Helena Hart.
This week’s episode is a break from format as we sat down in a hotel room with Chris Sims to have a very informal chat about Darkseid!
Continue reading Episode 40: Darkseid
We’re wrapping up the month-long odyssey through WCW’s Halloween Havocs with 1998, The Nitro Girls, Rick Steiner’s amazing Monopoly pieces, and a match considered one of the worst of all time.
Continue reading Episode 47: Halloween Havoc 1998
Carrying on the all-October-long journey through a random assortment of WCW’s Halloween Havocs has brought us to 1993, which features a wheel, a deal and the greatest three minutes in wrestling history.
Continue reading Episode 46: Halloween Havoc 1993
While our attempt to chronicle Halloween Havoc 1989 was lost to the ages, Chris Sims, Chris Haley and myself are back with our tales from watching Havoc ’91 for you all to enjoy.
While it doesn’t reveal how far Sims is willing to go with Batman, it does have the Chamber of Horrors, the Halloween Phantom and some darn good rapping.
Continue reading Episode 45: Halloween Havoc 1991
So, I went to America.
Over the course of four days, I saw one TNA Impact taping and then all three nights of CHIKARA’s King of Trios. This episode is a collection of post-show recordings with Danielle Matheson, Chris Sims, Kyle Starks and Gavin Jasper. One of them was done in a Waffle House.
Easily the greatest weekend of my life. Thank you to everyone that made it so very special.
Continue reading Episode 44: King of Trios
In a blatant effort to draw in new listeners, I’ve uploaded the opening three minute from this week’s episode, which is Chris Sims’ full heel promo on myself, Meg Lovell, and a bunch of other previous guests. It’s a lot of fun, and possibly my favourite thing to come out of doing the show.
If you enjoyed that, you can listen to the full episode, and if you can find old episodes on this very website. Alternatively, you can subscribe on iTunes, and if you like what I’ve got going here, ratings and reviews are always appreciated.
Chris Sims has turned his back on the Have A Nice Day Universe! The world’s foremost Batmanologist returns to the show to enact his rematch clause on reigning champ, Meg Lovell and he’s got some choice words for myself, Meg and a few other previous guests.
Once that’s out of his system, we sit down to talk about his new book, Down Set Fight, the WWE Network, and we even answer some listener questions.
Continue reading Episode 18: “Hollywood” Chris Sims
This week, I’m joined by a very special guest! One of my favourite people on the internet, ComicsAlliance’s Chris Sims joins me for an extra-special, ninety minute(!) edition of the podcast, and we go all over the place, talking about Sting, Daniel Bryan, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, Bo Dallas, the difference between the Stunner and the Diamond Cutter, Goldust, and the book where Torrie Wilson and Batista are wrestlers by night, international spies by later that night.
Continue reading Episode 7: Chris Sims