In this episode the guys review Spider-Man Homecoming, Spider-Man’s triumphant to the MCU introduces us to an updated version of Peter Parker and his friends. Plus Micheal Keaton does an amazing job as the Vulture, all this and more. Be warned spoilers ahead, sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys discuss if Venom is part of the MCU and who his villain will be in his solo movie. Can Ron Howard direct Han Solo to shoot first? And who will die and who will survive Infinity war? All this while auditioning a second candidate for the empty host slot! Sit back and enjoy!
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This week the guys sit down with a stray creator they picked up off the internet. J.D. Oliva is the independent comic creator of Deluge and Shunned and he tells the guys all about his new project Red Sunrise. So sit back and enjoy then go support his kickstarter!
This week the guys sit down with the creative minds behind Atomic Rex Entertainment, Gene Selassie and Marco Lopez. Together they talk about how they got started in comics and how Atomic Rex was born. Plus they also talk about the current state of Marvel and DC comics and how social justice in comics is both a good and bad thing. So sit back, relax and enjoy this fun ride.
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!
By the Hoary Hosts of Hoggoth, It’s a Doctor Strange review! This week the guys sit down and review the latest Marvel Masterpiece Doctor Strange. Ben and Dave were real pumped after seeing the movie, but for some reason John turned into Eeyore, but he still enjoyed as well, we think. So sit back and enjoy our Doctor Strange review. Be warned there are SPOILERS ahead!
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.
This week the guys review the cinematic marvel that is Captain America: Civil War. Arguably the best Marvel movie to date the guys delve into the nuances of what makes this a great film, and of course there are comparisons to Batman v Superman. Sorry DC fans, Marvel got it right. So sit back and enjoy the fireworks as our war gets a little less civil.
This week James Schumacher returns to the podcast to talk movies, art, pain and of course Inheritance: The Binding of Three. We might also offhandedly spoil 10 Cloverfield Lane and Battlefield Earth, sorry. But putting that aside this was a really great chat with James and we hope you enjoy!
This week Brad Linder (Firestorm comics, Catman Evolution) returns to the show to talk about some of his up coming projects. And he and the guys complain about stunts verses good writing in comics. They conclude good writing should be more important than stunts. So sit back and enjoy!
This week Dave sits down with one of the most talented comic book artists of all time Greg Horn! Greg is known for his covers he’s done for She-Hulk, Emma Frost and Elektra. And today is the exclusive artist for the Gamestop variant covers released by Marvel, including the Death of Wolverine and The Amazing Spider-Man #1. So sit back and enjoy this rare and exclusive long-format interview with the Gregarious Greg Horn!