This week the guys review Ant-Man and the Wasp with special guest host Steve Ekstrom! Was it as good as the first? What did they think of Ghost? How does it tie into Infinity War? And will Steve ever get a date with Evangeline Lilly? Plus Steve fills the guys in on what’s going on with the anthology comic Terminal. All this and more so sit back and enjoy!
He’s Luke Cage. You can’t burn him, you can’t blast him, and you definitely can’t break him. But the guys really try to break down the latest season of Luke Cage on Netflix. Is season 2 as good as the first? They also discuss the surprise cameo that redeems one of the defenders in a big way! Plus the discuss some of the latest news and rumors. All this and so much more so sit back and enjoy!
The best Romantic comedy of 2016 follows it up with the best family film of 2018, Deadpool 2! JD if off this week so the guys had to bring in Fans on Patrol‘s Montago Bradley to help out with this one. Is it as good as the first? Better? Does Ryan Reynolds finally get out from under Hugh Jackman’s shadow? All these questions and more are explored as we review Deadpool 2!
This week the guys sit down with Adam Rose, the creator of the all ages comic, Playground. Adam tells the guys what his inspiration for the book was and how it truly was a labor of love. A man passionate about comics he was determined to get it right, and the guys really appreciate his story, and think you will to. So sit back and enjoy our conversation with Adam Rose!
This week the guys review the cinematic event that is Marvel’s Avenger’s: Infinity War! The movie that was 10 years in the making and combines every aspect of the MCU into one film. Was it worth the wait? Did it live up to the hype? Is it the greatest of the MCU films? Join the guys as they explore these questions. Be warned this review is full of spoilers and contains possible spoilers for Avengers 4. Enjoy!
In this episode the guys sit down and discuss the latest Marvel and DC news. Plus they review the pilot episode of Krypton and debate who will die in Infinity War. Warning this episode contains spoilers for Krypton. All this and much more so sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys review the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther. A movie so epic that they invited Mark from the So Wizard podcast to join in and help with the heavy lifting. Black Panther is the 18th film in the 10 year reign of the MCU and yet there is no sign of Marvel slowing down. So listen to what we have to say then let us know what you thought of Black Panther. Enjoy!
In this episode the guys are joined by Marvel’s The Punisher actor Michael Nathanson (Homeland Security Agent Sam Stein) . Micheal and the guys discuss his career, The Punisher and the fact the he’s a big nerd himself. Micheal also reveals his deepest darkest desire to have a Sam Stein Funko Pop! They also discuss what it was like to work on Wolf of Wall Street and Madame Secretary. All this and much more, so sit back and enjoy!
In this episode Dave, John and JD kick of 2018 by looking back on the year that was 2017. Discussing their favorite movies, TV shows and moments of 2017. Plus their least favorite moments. The audience is polled on their favorite comic book film of 2017 and what are the guys looking forward to in 2018. Sit back and enjoy!
This week the guys review the most divisive Star Wars film ever, The Last Jedi. Initially unsure about the film, they have found themselves defending this film to other Star Wars fans. With complex character development and twists on themes from the old Star Wars film Last Jedi has disappointed some fans. So listen to what we have to say then let us know if you agree with what we have to say, and let us know what Star Wars means to you. Enjoy!
This week the guys review Justice League! Staring Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill Justice League has been received with mix reviews and controversy. The guys discuss this in detail, and try to get to the bottom of it. But be warned there are spoilers ahead, enjoy!
This week the guys take on The Mighty Thor! That’s right they sit down and discuss Thor Ragnarok. Staring Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston and Cate Blanchett Thor Ragnarok is the seventeenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And the guys discuss it in detail, be warned there are spoilers ahead, enjoy!
So this week the guys discuss DC prestige format vs Marvel Generations. DC seems to be abandoning continuity where Marvel is combining old and new in an attempt to preserve continuity. Plus the guys all discuss a trailer they may or may not have seen. All this and so much more, so sit back, relax and enjoy!
This week the guys sit down with former Marvel artist turned independent creator Tom Rasch. Tom tells Dave and Matt what it was like to join Marvel in the late 90s and why he left the business to work in video games. Now he’s back in the buisness and introducing his new book Black Alpha, an idea hes had since he was a kid. So sit back and enjoy!
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!