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Then we talk about Thor: The Dark World. Agreeing that Thor 2 was a fun movie, we go over minor inconsistencies that take place in Thor and Loki’s relationship.
Michelle commends the movie for leaning more towards comedy than the first film and avoiding “taking itself too seriously,” as a woman at the movie theater said loudly while waiting in the line for the ladies room.
Despite Jane having far too much camera time and constantly passing out, Thor 2 is a good family film that won’t waste your money.
We discuss the VACANT hiatus, how Heather works hard to avoid the heavy-handed symbolism styles of Shutter Island and Hannibal, and we ponder why people always assume VACANT is going to delve into the past and reveal some juicy secrets about the characters.
This episode is PART 1 of our Thor the Dark World movie discussion crossover so be sure you download part two at BigOnePodcast.Blogspot.com! And after the movie talk we jump into recent TV announcements from Marvel and DC!
This week on the most con-recovering LIVE comics radio program just fresh out of Hal-Con 2013, we welcome comic artist Jonathan Case to the Monster Cave. Jonathan has been hard at work on his pages for the digital first DC comic ‘Batman ’66’. He joins us to chat about this as well as his efforts to raise money for SARC (The Sexual Assault Resource Center).
At the top of the show, we’ll do our best to fit in our Hal-Con 2013 review as well as give you our thoughts on Thor: The Dark World.
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Phase 2 continues with war between the realms, old legends resurfacing and a battalion of Dark Elves challenging the God of Thunder in Thor: The Dark World. Here’s our review (because we like you a lot).
It’s a Comic Timing Extra Point! Ian is in Japan, Brent is back home, so you get a little something extra!
Brent joins Ian this time for a short segment on Marvel’s Netflix deal, comic book movies, the digital age, and Ian’s first impressions of Thor: The Dark World (no spoilers!).
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This week it is all about movies I have dedicated the episode to movies reviews. I continue to work through my ever growing stack of unwatched movies to bring you review and recommendations of the following movies Thor: The Dark World, Gravity, Olympus Has Fallen, Now You See Me, and The Heat. Enjoy!
Reviews: Alex + Ada #1, Amazing X-Men Vol 2 #1, Drumhellar #1, Painkiller Jane:Price Of Freedom #1, Protectors Inc #1, Thor: The Dark World
Erica Schultz returns to rekindle the podcast marriage. Jimmy discusses a screening he saw of an upcoming kick ass Zoe Bell film called RAZE, they mention a few of the various comic cons still happening this late in the game and come up with one of their own (JimmyCon!). Jimmy also gives mad love to the ABC show The Neighbors especially star Toks Olagundoye. News includes: Disney’s Marvel teams up with Netflix, Star Wars VII gets a release date, iZombie nexts comic to be TV adapted, Cinemax lands U.S. rights to Kirkman’s Outcast, Neil Gaiman writes e-book for Doctor Who’s 50th anniversary, and the son of a Doctor Who writer claims he owns rights to the TARDIS. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more. Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
In this episode Ben, Dave and John sit down and talk about all things Marvel that have been in the news lately. Including the trailers for Winter Solider and Days of Future Past. Also the guys talk about the possible up coming Thor tie in into Agents of SHIELD. And Finally they touch on some time travel topics. So sit back enjoy and here we go!