Who’s been missing an episode of Alternate Reality? I know I have!!! Well if you’re like me then you’re in luck because before we disappeared into a black hole on the other side of the galaxy we managed to record an Avengers 2 movie review that, because of the extreme gravitational forces put upon us, was never released. Now, having narrowly escaped said singularity we suddenly have the time to edit and post this episode. This was recorded months ago for you guys but because time is relative in a black hole it’s only been a few days for us. But seeing as its October now we rebranded the episode a “Halloween episode” and dubbed it “certified spooky”, just for old time’s sake. John Wimmer was with us for this episode, who sadly never made it out of the black hole, so sit back and enjoy our review of Avengers: Age of Ultron. It’s the review that you never knew existed and now no longer care about.
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Here we go boys and girls, this week the guys sit down and review the movie that is Avengers: Age of Ultron. Be warned this episode is spoiler heavy so go see the movie before you listen if you don’t want spoilers. Ye have been warned! Enjoy!
When the calendar is in the fifth month, And marvel heroes align, Then Tony will create AI, And hell will break loose
This is the dawning of the Age of Ultron
The Age of Ultron
Demetrick joins Dylan and John to discuss the events, characters, and repercussions from the latest movie from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Did we like it? Were the MCU changes from the comics done well? Give it a listen and see.
Dialogue – 1:35
Returning Characters – 6:12
New characters – 18:24
Infinity gems – 41:15
Action – 45:32
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We decided we just couldn’t get enough of the podcasting action so Jon and Charlie are back and talking Movies, TV, Video Games, and yes, even comics. The boys are flying solo tonight so take a listen and stay up to date on all the buzz around Hollywood, well geek Hollywood that is.
Daredevil on Netflix
Avengers 2: Age of Ultron
Star Wars Trailer
Jared Leto Joker picture
Man of Steel Trailer
Mortal Kombat X
This week, PETE’S BACK! That’s right we do a full on hostful with Ben, Dave, John and Pete! Together they discuss important news like the reveal of the Deadpool costume. Why won’t Dwayne Johnson stop talking about Black Adam and What is the right background music for an evil robot building montage? This and much more in this week’s jam packed Super Hero Speak. Enjoy!
#stumpthegeekspeak question of last week: Where and when was the first Star-Lord story published?
You’re in for a fun discussion I enjoyed with comics pro Joe Keatinge, a creative force behind the excellent Shutter and also the scripter for Robert Kirkman’s Tech Jacket, both from Image Comics.
As we were in the process of setting up this interview, Joe asked if I had read Shutter. I told him I had not, and that sent me after the series, all of which made me a big fan of this dynamic and intriguing comic. If you haven’t read the story of Kate Kristopher and her adventurous family, you can catch up quickly by picking up the first trade and the subsequent issues before the #10 arrives on Wednesday, March 11. We also discussed Tech Jacket and what it’s like to work with Mr. Kirkman, something Joe compares to working with Steve Ditko on Spider-Man. We also briefly chat about a project he completed for Marvel as well as another he did for DC Comics. Don’t miss it!
San Diego Comicon happened again! Far be it from Doc Fluxx and Father Shepherd to avoid providing a bit of post-exhibition coverage in a such a way that only Feed It Comics could deliver. So listen, we weren’t there, we watched all this crap unfold on the internet like most gentlenerds, so don’t expect anything exclusive.
We also review a few titles! From Image, Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie’s Wicked and Divine (1 & 2), DC’s spanking new Star-Spangled War Stories by Justin Gray and Jimmy Palmiotti, and Marvel’s debut of a new solo title for Storm by Greg Pak!
May the master never go hungry!
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On this podcast we’re joined by Doctor Fluxx from Feed it Comics and we talk about the possible X-Men vs Justice League movie that will likely never happen. Ever. Then we review Robin Rises: Omega #1, The Devilers #1 and The Last Fall #1. Enjoy a listen and whatnot.
On this podcast we talk Avengers: Age of Ultron filming and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles trailer. Then we review Real Heroes #1, All-New Ghost Rider #1 and Blackout #1. Three comics, three different companies. Variety is the spice of life. Listen in!
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Our first episode of 2014 is the Marvel crossover event titled the Age of Ultron. This was published in 2013 and involved the Avengers, time travel, and the sentient robot Ultron. Who will survive this indomitable foe? Tune in and find out. This is the dawning of the Age of Ultron.
art style (20:16)
Events in the past (25:35)
The Final plan (35:46)
– Lots of characters are killed
– Ultron attacks
– Alternate future
– Do we care that these characters die?
– B/C they die so quickly and easily, do we know that this reality will be fixed so that the character remains alive?
New futureDefenders team (54:28)
Ant Man (1:01:36)
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