Did you know J.D. is a giver? It’s what he does. Dave’s a taker and John has no idea what;s going on, but together this week they talk news. They talk about the possibility of Black Widow still being alive, Margot Robbie playing Tank Girl and Kate Bishop joining the MCU. Plus J.D. talks about his new book Harvest Moon (available on Amazon), So sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys talk the latest nerd news. Including updates from Tom Holland and Kevin Fiege on the Spider-Man drama. Also Moon Knight, Ms. Marvel and She-Hulk are all getting their own series on Disney Plus! And of course the new Rise of Skywalker trailer all this and so much more! So sit back, relax and enjoy!
This week the guys talk the latest nerd news. Including the on going tug of war between Marvel and Sony over Spider-Man, The Matrix 4, and Kevin Smith takes on He-Man. Plus Ewan McGregor returning as Obi Wan Kenobi and much, much more! So sit back, relax and enjoy!
In this episode the guys review the smash hit film Spider-Man: Far From Home! Did they love it? Hate it? Will Dave pick this one apart? All these questions and more are answered in this episode! Also they bring you nerd news and so much more, enjoy! Be warned there are spoilers ahead!
This week the guys talk the latest nerd news. Like the death of the Walking Dead, Ant-Man is busting ghosts and the return of the Gremlins! Plus they discuss some Marvel and DC news along the way. All this and much more, so enjoy!
Joe Rogan is a Sissy and other click-bait ideas! This week the guys the guys discuss the latest nerd and comic book news like, Black Panther wins the MCU’s first Oscars, DC jumps on the zombie bandwagon 15 years later and Zack Snyder reacts to Ben Affleck hanging up the bat cowl. Plus Zachery Levi pleads with fans to not pit Captain Marvel against Shazam! all this and much more. We need to apologize this week there are a couple spots in the episode with audio issues, please bare with us with this one. We hope you enjoy!
This week the guys talk about all the latest Marvel and DC news including George Perez retiring, Rob Liefeld’s return to X-Men and the Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer. Plus the exciting news of Aaron Rietman making Ghostbusters 3! All this and so much more, so sit back, relax and enjoy!
This week James Maddox returns to the podcast with artist Dave Stoll. Together with Dave they talk about their book Metaphorical Her. A comic that that gives us a new and fascinating way to look at storytelling. Plus they talk Spider-Man: Into the SpidVerse and much, much more. So sit back, relax and enjoy!
We cross over Into the Spiderverse and meet Miles Morales, Peter Parker, Spider-Gwen, and more. We talk about the film, the animation style, the humor, and what we’d like to see with the future of Peter Parker and Miles Morales
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This week the guys bring you a lot of great fan interaction from our Twitter community! Plus the latest news like our reaction to the Avengers: End Game trailer (plus a possible easter egg), John Cena is gunning to play Cap, Doctor Strange IS getting a sequel and DC is giving us Plastic Man!?! All this and so much more, so sit back relax and enjoy!
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We lost the legend Stan Lee 2 weeks ago. The comic book world mourned along with everyone else. The outpouring of love and support for Stan came in droves and still continues. Like many, we had a short experience with him. Back in 2006, Producer Joe and Jimmy interviewed him via phone and delved deep into his early years. An amazing conversation to be sure. And in 2012, Jimmy got to meet Stan in person and do a quick 2 minute walk and talk interview with him. While but a moment, it was an honor and privilege to be in the presence of such a genuinely kind, loving, and funny force of nature! Jimmy gives his thoughts on those interviews and Stan himself. As does Producer Joe. Plus, we thought we’d play those interviews again so you wouldn’t have to dig them up. We hope you enjoy this fond memory that we have of him as much as we did revisiting it. Thank you, Stan. For being such an important part of the comic book world and a pop culture icon. For being Marvel’s (and comic books in general) biggest cheerleader. For always finding a way to make us laugh. And for just being you. As always…EXCELSIOR! We’ll be looking for your next awesome cameo in our dreams!
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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.