The power couple discusses the new book from Image Comics, We Stand On Guard, written by Brian K. Vaughn with art by Steve Skroce. The story is set in Canada, the year 2124, 12 years into a war between the United States and Canada. It's got giant robots, crisp art, lots of action, and an interesting hook: definitely a book worth reading. We also talk about the newly relaunched Archie series, written by Mark Waid with art by Fiona Staples. The talent of the creative team shines as the story pulls you in immediately, making Riverdale feel both fresh and well established for new and old readers alike. Finally, we also hit on HBO's faux sports documentary 7 Days in Hell, starring Adam Samberg and Kit Harrington. This 43 minute mockumentary details a 2001 Wimbledon match that somehow stretches over an entire seven-day span. It is absolutely hilarious. Charlene's Notable this week is Neil Gaiman's novel American Gods, particularly the tenth anniversary full cast audio book edition, which she is listening to for a second time. Eamon's Notable is the NBA free agency (emoji-filled) saga that rocked the Twitter-verse last week.