This week the guys are confused by all the different steaming services that are launching! They also discuss the latest Marvel and DC news. Plus the play dream casting and delve into the writing room with Batgirl! Yes they giver their ideas for a what the Batgirl movie should be. All this and more, so sit back and relax!
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Kumar talks with both Emmet O’Cuana and John Roberson about Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. How does Zack Snyder see these characters, and how is his vision at odds with the established ideas about these characters? How can we think about the events in this movie in a way that makes sense?
“Superman’s Song” – Crash Test Dummies
“I Whipped Batman’s Ass” – Wesley Willis
“(Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman” – The Kinks
A big blowout bonanza is what this is! Juan Daeho from Super Podcasto Magnifico honors Doc and Shepherd with his presence, because he wasn’t about to miss out celebrating – on air – Doc’s 37th birthday!!
This terrific trio reviews Harley Quinn #10, Amazing Spider-Man #1.4, and Grendel vs The Shadow Book 1! News items include Captain Citrus, Doctor Doom’s trashy costume for the much dreaded Fantastic Four movie being leaked, the alleged return of Patrick Warburton as the Tick, Joaquin Phoenix in final talks with Marvel to play Doctor Strange, Hayao Miyazaki to be honored with a lifetime achievement award, and Warner Brothers vow to never tell a joke!
Music by Doc Fluxx
Jimmy attended the press room roundtables for Arrow. Cast and producers were in attendance and we chatted with Stephen Amell, John Barrowman, Willa Holland, David Ramsey, Marc Guggenheim and Andrew Kreisberg. Many thanks to John Barrowman whom stayed in the room to talk with those of us that didn’t get a chance with him. He even skipped his lunch! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
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Its here! The anticipated Man of Steel movie review! SPOILER-FILLED! Ian, Brandon and Molly Danger creator Jamal Igle rip this movie to shreds! Brent tries to defend it but fails to the loudness of the masses. If you liked this movie, you might not like this podcast. If you DIDN’T like the movie, you’ll LOVE this podcast! If you want to read a positive review, after listening to this, or just want Brent’s thoughts, read his written review on his blog linked below.
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Comics on Comics launches its blockbuster second season with a mind-blowing Watchmen-themed episode!
Coming to you from Meltdown Comics in Hollywood, host Juan-Manuel Rocha welcomes comic book legend and original Watchmen editor Len Wein along with comedians Steve Marmel (The Fairly Oddparents, Danny Phantom, Sonny With a Chance), Sax Carr (UCB’s Tournament of Nerds, Comics on Comics Radio), Graham Elwood (ComedyFilmNerds.com, The Sarah Silverman Program) and pop guru Bob Peterson (CC2K) to discuss the book’s cultural impact and social significance, the controversial movie adaptation, the Watchmen video game and the story within the story, Tales of the Black Freighter.
Additionally, Len Wein gives us an inside look at the making of the original comic book and offers his take on Alan Moore and the original ending…
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Shortly after this episode was recorded, Len Wein and his family lost their house and possessions in a fire. Insurance is covering the loss of their home and the comics community is banding together to help Len Wein replace his comic collection.
If you want to help Len out, please visit http://www.povonline.com/weinproject.htm