From the iconic moments you’ve read about to the titles you haven’t heard of but should, co-hosts Curt Holman and Kevin Moreau take a critical and completely subjective look at the greatest (and not-so-greatest) stories in comics history. Each episode, they answer the question: Does this belong in the pantheon of great comic-book stories—The Comics Canon?

Kevin Forest Moreau has written about music, comics and pop culture for publications including Creative Loafing, Gambit Weekly, The Sunday Paper, PASTE magazine, Beer.com and others. His past credits include stints as arts and entertainment editor and later editor-in-chief for The Sunday Paper, a weekly Atlanta newspaper; national music editor for Citysearch.com; and editor-in-chief of the pop-culture website Shaking Through. He also served as a writing consultant for the 2006 VH1 Rock Honors telecast, and authored the 2000 and 2002 editions of New Orleans for Dummies.

Curt Holman wrote a 150-page thesis on Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen as part of his MA degree from the University of Georgia at Athens. Currently editor of the bimonthly magazine Living Intown, a publication of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, he reviews film and pop culture for the Atlanta newsweekly Creative Loafing, where he hosted a movie podcast called Running Dialogue in 2010-2011. In 2005, he received a National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship, and he has also won critical writing awards from the Association of Alternate Newspapers and the Society of Professional Journalists. He is a member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association and was its president from 2010-2012. He has also written for Atlanta Magazine, American Theatre Magazine, Salon.com, Playboy.com, the New York Press and many others.