With Marvel Two-in-One #4 coming out this NCBD. On the fly, Ryan and special guest Trevitt dive back to re-read and discuss the previous issue. The guys tell you what worked and didn’t work for them in the latest installment. Thanks for listening!
Allen finally has a reason to catch up on Marvel’s new Two-In-One series and Ryan can’t be any happier. The guys provide a overall review and general thoughts to end out the episode. Overall things are very positive and the guys geek out over continuity and exploration of the Marvel universe. Thanks for listening!
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Here is the guys first episode from Wizard World Philly 2017. This episode features interviews with 2 of the best voice actors in the business today Steve Blum(Wolverine, Zeb Orrelios) and Lex Lang( Doctor Doom, Batman, Blue Dragon). These talented legends share their insight into the business and offer advice for aspiring voice actors. so sit back and enjoy!
Coverage of Fox’s Fantastic Four film reboot. Dylan and John are joined by Cade from View From the Gutters as well as their friends Charlie and Cat. Discussions include science fiction, Fantastic Four, Doctor Doom, and the CGI used in the film.
We did not do any talking points for this episode. Instead we went around the table and each gave one bad point and one good point for the film.
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Last time the guys got together they discussed all the great things Marvel had coming up for us. This week they talk about some not so great ideas. We give you The Houses of Bad Ideas; Or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Batman Origins Forever. So sit back, strap in and enjoy!
#stumpthegeekspeak question from last week: When Dead Pool (Wade Wilson) found out he had cancer, how many tumors did he have?
And the winner is Paul Roof! Congrats you are the geek of the week!
#stumpthegeekspeak question of the week: What was the first feature film to feature Batman and who was the villain?
To answer post on our FB page or tweet @SuperHeroSpeak #stumpthegeekspeak. A winner will be announced on the next episode.
Reviews: American Legends #1, Humans #1, Penny Dora and the Wishing Box #1, Doctor Who, Big Hero 6
Last minute guest co-host cancellation so Jimmy flies solo this week! Been awhile since you’ve had him all to yourself SO ENJOY. News includes: Star Wars 7 gets a subtitle, Howard Shum has a great new Kickstarter, Evil Dead TV series is on the way, CM Punk to write a story in Thor annual, Doctor Doom character change for upcoming Fantastic Four remake, IDW to publish new Jack Kirby book, John Lasseter to direct Toy Story 4, hundreds of retro games free online, and Mark Wahlberg will the 6 Billion Dollar Man. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
We start out this week with an exploration of skaldic poetry in The Lay of Alvis, in which Thor tricks a dwarf! Then we cover the 1999 Thor Annual, which features the evil menace of Dr. Doom… on Tatooine!!
Musical selections from “Eddan: The Invincible Sword of the Elf-Smith” are copyright Mats Wendt and are used with permission.
Join Michael Bailey and Scott H. Gardner as they travel ‘Back to the Bins’ to examine the life and publishing history of the character Marvel Comics once called “the FIRST and GREATEST superhero of them all!”
Bloody good week for comics! Leading the pack, we have from Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis Green Lantern #37 (DC). Fast Five picks include Conan The Cimmerian #7 (Dark Horse), Doctor Doom And The Masters Of Evil #1 (Marvel), Battlefields: The Night Witches #3 (Dynamite Entertainment), Dark Avengers #1 (Marvel), and Air #6 (Vertigo).
The Sinister Six, Night Witches, and Hyperprax airships make this week awesome!