This week the guys sit down and give Wonder Woman their full service, we mean review. Wonder Woman is the best movie in the #DCEU to date, and it’s more than just being the tallest midget. And at the height of their ecstasy for Gal Gadot as Princess Diana, Ben makes an announcement that breaks all our hearts. So sit back and enjoy!
This week Troy Brownfield and Steve Ekstrom return to the podcast to discuss Terminal. Terminal is a pulp anthology comic book with a little bit of something for every fan. Bringing together some of the best independent writers and artists working in the industry today. It’s also the start of something big… Imminet Press! We hope you enjoy and please support their Kickstarter.
We know only one truth… the MCU keeps getting lighter as the DCEU delves farther into the dark side! This week the guys talk about the Last Jedi trailer along with the Thor Ragnarok trailer. Plus DC is going to put out R-rated animated features? All this and more, so sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys sit down and discuss the latest in Marvel and DC movie news. Including Joss Whedon to write and direct Batgirl, Sony sill planing to make a stand alone Venom film and a mind-breaker of a consumable oddity that may just reveal a fracture in the matrix code that is reality. Plus soo much more, so sit back and relax!
This week the guys are joined by Rusty Gilligan (Spider-Man 2, Spider-Man 3, The Avengers, Mac and Trouble) and Zack Howe (The Heir of Olympus and the Forest Realm). Together they discuss the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and Spider-Man Homecoming trailers. Plus what is the future of DC movies? All this and more, enjoy!
This week the guys are joined by Marco Roblin and a returning James Schumacher. Marco is the new artist for the award winning Inheritance. Marco tells us about how he got started as an artist and James talks about how they started working together, plus they discuss thier shared love of movies. Plus John shows his creepy side. All this and more, enjoy!
Host Anthony Desiato presents a special double-sized installment of My Comic Shop History: two episodes in one! First up is “In Defense of Batman v Superman,” in which Anthony sits down with Doug Doescher, Ralph Puma, and Damien Torres to discuss the film and try to find some redemption for it. The second half, “Other Side of the Table,” features cartoonist (X-Babies, Pix: One Weirdest Weekend) and podcaster (Stuff Said, Cruisin’ Together) Gregg Schigiel. In an informative one-on-one chat, Anthony and Gregg discuss the creator perspective on comic conventions and store signings and deliver a crash course on self-publishing a comic book project.
This week the guys give you their live performance from Philly Pod Fest 2016! Recorded in front of a live audience at Amalgam Comics in Philly. The guys are joined by the owner of Amalgam Comics Ariel Johnson who tell them all about the inspiration for the shop and what it’s like running a community oriented business. Plus they all play Marvel Trivia! Big Thanks to Philly Pod Fest for having us back this year! So sit back and Enjoy, and when you are done listening if you are in the Philly are go check out Amalgam Comics on Frankford Ave.
This week the guys review Suicide Squad! One of the most anticipated movies this summer, especially after Batman V Superman and it was …. Well it could of been better. Did Will Smith as Deadshot steal the movie? Was it a Harley Quinn movie? How was Jared Leto as the Joker? Was Slipknot the surprise break out character? If they were all villains who exactly was the bad guy in this film? All these questions and so much more is answered in this week’s episode. Be warned there are spoilers aplenty up ahead. Enjoy!
This week the guys discuss all the amazing news and previews that came out of San Diego Comic Con 2016. Like the confirmation of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, the very promising teaser for Justice League and the mind blowing trailer for Wonder Woman. Plus we learn what Thor was up to during Civil War. This and so much, much more on this week’s Super Hero Speak, so sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys talk about all the latest changes headed to us in the Marvel Universe, including deaths, retirements and the replacement characters. Plus are optometrist really expensive in the DC U, or are they just better in the Marvel U? And plus who is that mysterious speedster in the pics released from the Flash TV set? The guys have a guess. All this plus so much more in this week’s episode, so sit back and enjoy! Oh, and be warned there are spoilers for the events in the comics in this episode.
As the guys discuss the latest in Marvel and DC news they are shocked by the transformation JK Simmons has gone through to play commissioner Gordon. As Ben puts it, “He has Popeye arms!” Why has he gotten so ripped to play Gotham’s top law man? We don’t know but maybe he has to go toe to toe with the Dark Knight himself, but it is interesting to contemplate. This and so much more in this week’s episode, enjoy!
Two years ago Adam Orndorf and Mike Martin paid the guys a visit to talk about their kick starter for Blood and Dust: The Life and Undeath of Judd Glenny. Well they have returned to tell the guys how with the success of that kick starter they are now being published through Action Lab Comics. It’s always great when nice people succeed in comics. So sit back and enjoy the triumphant return of Adam Orndorf and Mike Martin!