In this latest ball-hammering show, Magnus takes a look back at Superman Returns. What went wrong? What went right (if anything)? Was Superman Returns worth the wait?
As a note of caution, fans of Superman Returns may not like the answers Magnus gives to those questions. You’ve been warned.
But before even getting into that, Magnus addresses the virtual deluge of feedback and praise from his loyal subjects, and also explains why it has taken so long for it to be acknowledged.
Finally, Superman Begins as a miniseries grew far beyond what was originally planned. Because of that, the remaining episodes will drop on Tuesday 11.05, Friday 11.08, Tues 11.12, Friday 11.15 and Tuesday 11.19.2013 to get everything out there. After Episode 17/Superman Begins 06, the final chapter of the miniseries, is released, the weekly release day of Tuesday will resume… just in time for the migration over to the Two True Freaks podcast network.
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On this podcast we review the return of Superman to the big screen with the Man of Steel. Did it live up to the hype? Will this launch the DC Cinematic Universe? How would we know? All that, and YOUR calls. Listen in!
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FLASHBACK: THE PULSE-POUNDING ORIGIN! We revisit the very first time, more than five years ago, that Tim, Mulele, and Brandon recorded their comics discussion and put it up on the Net. The episode was originally published Dec. 5, 2005. Topics include the trailer for Superman Returns, Revelations by Paul Jenkins & Humberto Ramos, and Mike Mignola passing off art duties on Hellboy. Oh, and, of course, Star Wars.
Disenfranchised by the modern comics industry, Scott Gardner and Michael Bailey (of “Views From The Longbox” and “From Crisis To Crisis: A Superman Podcast” fame) now ply the timestream in a never-ending quest to re-discover and re-connect with that unique brand of fun and excitement that can only truly be found in good ol’ fashioned randomly-selected Comic Book back issues!! Journey with them now…back…Back To The Bins!!
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“Tales of the Justice Society of America“!! “!!
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Comics on Comics proudly presents the second half of our most popular episode to date!
Host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes Jeff Katz (X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Booster Gold), Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof (Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk, Star Trek) along with comedians Doug Benson (Super High Me, VH1’s Best Week Ever), Chris Hardwick (Attack of the Show, Web Soup), Jonah Ray (X-Play, The Rotten Tomatoes Show) and Matt Weinhold (G4’s Code Monkeys) for an unforgettable night of comics and comedy coming to you from Meltdown Comics in Hollywood!
In this episode, our panel dissects X-men Origins: Wolverine with a spirited defense from Katz and takes a look back at Lindeolf’s Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk miniseries before tearing into the Watchmen movie, Hancock, Superman Returns and Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash before the panel goes in-depth on Robert Kirkman’s incredibly popular zombie series, The Walking Dead!
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