Marvel Comics Reviewed: Tony Stark: Iron Man #6, Doctor Strange #8, Web Of Venom: Carnage Born #1, Jim’s Quick Books (Captain America #5 and Shuri #2), Immortal Hulk #9, Branden’s Quick books (Thor #7, Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #312 and Spider-Force #2), Spider-Geddon #4 and Uncanny X-Men #2
Stan Lee, Marvel Comics writer, art director, publisher, promoter, and icon, died November 12 at age 95. While he is loved by many, and undoubtedly had a hand in some of the greatest stories of Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, and more, he was also known to aggravate disputes over story credit and art ownership with the likes of Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko. In this episode, Tim, Kumar, and Tom Spurgeon wrestle with the legacy of Stan the Man.
This episode is dedicated to Stan Lee, his family and close friends. Without him and Jack Kirby’s creations this podcast wouldn’t exist. Shit, Allen or I may not be reading comics if it wasn’t for Stan Lee’s views on what an X-Man live with, goes through and fights for everyday. That’s why we love the X-Men.
The moment all X-Men fans have been waiting for is here. Uncanny X-Men has returned and Ryan and Allen had blast discussing it, among Domino #8 and Exiles #10. Thanks for listening!
This episode the guys talk the latest DC, Marvel and nerd news. John Cena wants to play cap, and Falcon and Winter Soldier are getting their own mini series, does this have all the makings of a “Battle for the Shield” series with Cena playing U.S .Agent? Plus they discuss Ewan McGregor cast as Black Mask and Aquaman box office predictions. All this plus interviews with Tee Franklin and Bruce Timm! So please sit back, relax and enjoy!
After a long weekend, the guys settle in late Sunday night to record their thoughts on last week’s X-Men comics. Leah Williams may be the gift from mutant heaven and continue’s to wow a particular podcast host. Overall, tons of juicy content to discuss. Ryan and Allen are ecstatic to talk all things X. Thanks for listening!
Intro (0:00), Extermination #4 (1:39), X-Men Black: Emma Frost (10:21), What If? Magik #1(23:50), Old Man Logan #50 – Final Issue (33:13), Multiple Man #5 of 5 (41:04)
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Happy Halloween! This week the guys review Daredevil Season 3 with special guest host Deron from The Super Powered Fancast! Together they talk the latest DC, Marvel and Star Wars news and then they dive into what might be the best Marvel Netflix season yet! So sit back and enjoy, but be warned there are spoilers ahead!
This week we’re back to 2001 and Thor v2 #33! Dan Jurgens and Stuart Immonen bring us The Million Dollar Debut of Thor Girl! (whatever that means!), also, the much less auspicious debut of Nullitor (who I can’t stop calling Nullotron throughout the show…) plus the return of…?? Also, I give my thoughts on the state of the MCU, and we even have some listener mail!
Jimmy attended New York Comic Con and boy are his arms tired. As usual, he got lots of 1:1 interviews and covered as many press rooms as he could. Producer Joe even got in on the interviewing action! In this episode, you’ll hear the press room for the animated series Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors with Milana Vayntrub, Kathreen Khavari, Tyler Posey, Kamil McFadden and producers Sana Amanat and Cort Lane. Be here all month to hear more interviews/press rooms from NYCC! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!
So they revealed that Bane is going to be on GOTHAM this season, and it looks like you can beat him by throwing a cat at him! The guys discus this along with Netflix cancelling Luke Cage, Dick Grayson is changing his name, and Lex Luthor too appear on Supergirl. All of this, plus they discuss the mess around Bleeding Cool and Vox Day and much more! So sit back and enjoy!
This week, it’s hammer time, as we bang away at issue 12 of the Mighty Thor, which reveals…. the secret origin of Mjolnir! There are dwarves galore, Odin dickery, “I got a rock!” and to claw it all back on topic, The God Storm! This… is not… a drill!
This week the guys discuss all the latest Marvel and DC news you need to know. Like Iron Fist being cancelled, Chuck Wendig fired from Star Wars, Jason Bannon cast as Alfred in Pennyworth and the Secret Six gets pilot order from CBS. All this plus interviews with Scott Hanna and Thom Zahler. So sit back and enjoy!
Jimmy attended New York Comic Con and boy are his arms tired. As usual, he got lots of 1:1 interviews and covered as many press rooms as he could. Producer Joe even got in on the interviewing action! In this episode, you’ll hear from Anthony Del Col (Son of Hitler/Assassin’s Creed), Sarah DeLaine/Nicholas Aflleje (Little Girls) and 2020 Presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Be here all month to hear more interviews/press rooms from NYCC! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love! Also, get a hold of us!