Paul And Michael Occasionally Save The World

Paul and Michael may not always be able to save the world, but occasionally make it a little bit better by sharing what brings joy to their lives! Join them as they discuss comics, movies, music, sports, life, novels, Audible, and anything else that is in their arsenal to occasionally save the world.

Paul And Michael Occasionally Save The World is hosted by and Michael Sparkman and produced by Michael Sparkman. You can support this show by visiting our merch store or feel free to get in touch with us by sending us an e-mail.

Paul And Michael Occasionally Save The World has released 23 episodes since launching on Apr 04, 2018

This week we answer Twitter questions! We also look at the return of Wolverine, Brian Wood's comic Starve, Bioshock, Amazon's Jack Ryan, Sword Daughter and much more!

This week we are happy to share a discussion between Paul and comic book artist JK Woodward!  You might know him from his excellent work on Star Trek, Fallen Angel, and a number of other great books.  He also appears on the Taylor Network's Go Trek Yourself podcast.  The guys start out talking wrestling and quickly move into their mutual love of Uncanny X-Men.  Other topics include, comic book movies, the evolution of Wolverine, the changes in comic art, the importance of all ages comics, Valiant fan enthusiasm, comic buying habits, and at the end JK teases a big upcoming Star Trek comic announcement.

This episode is packed with Saving  the World goodness! If you want to know what it's about then listen! Honestly, we don't have the energy to remember!

This week Paul is joined by the great Alex Cosa of the Those Two Geeks Podcast to get into some nerdy conversation about comics!

This episode is packed with Save the World goodness! Be prepared to hear about Young Sheldon, Rafer Roberts great books Modern Fantasy and Grumble, David Lapham's Stray Bullets, DC Comics 100 page giants, Vertigo's Border Town, Bioshock, Netflix's The Crown, Darkest Hour, Gary Oldman, They Might Be Giants, the Flaming Lips, the Aquabats, and Jocko Willink.  Remember Rilke's message-- Our fears are like dragons guarding our most precious treasures.

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