The title of this week’s podcast pretty much sums it all up – we spend the majority of the time talking about a variety of things from our younger days, ranging from comic book storylines and collectible issues to old video game systems and the lengths we would go to in order to play copied games (Kids, don’t pirate – just buy the games).
Ok, full disclosure: the first 18 minutes or so of this podcast is actually about Justice League and the DC Cinematic Universe – but fuck all that, the real star of this episode is: Black Panther; additionally, it’s a damn miracle that all three of us actually saw the flick in a timely manner and can actually discuss it on the podcast after it’s release (SPOILER WARNING, btw).
Enjoy…oh, and share us with your friends – we’ll love you for it. Bye.
Hey there, folks! Your boys are back and this time, we have a guest sitting in with us to do the pod – our friend James. He gets to join us in further dissecting the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, now that we have the news of the Fox Studios acquisition and what that could mean for the X-Men and Fantastic Four franchises. We also get into explaining the appeal of the Room and the genesis of The Disaster Artist.
Check it out and enjoy.
Hey – we’re back! #Sorry4TheWait
As a [sort-of] bonus, we have Kenny sitting in with us and adding all of that special guest magic!
…speaking of magic, we go over a lot of the announcements from the recent D23 Expo, so get ready for lots of Disney-related movie talk.
Oh yeah, and Chris admits his undying love for Vin Diesel.
As the title of this week’s podcast states, we have a very preliminary review/reaction to Wonder Woman – Rocky got to check out an early screening and gives Rick and Chris his non-spoiler thoughts. We also discuss some of the other upcoming comic-book related properties that will be showing up on both the big and small screens – and talk a little about baguettes for some reason (who knows).
Have a great week, all.
This week we finally get to discuss everyone’s thoughts on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and then spin off into a comic book-related discussion about which cosmic-level Marvel and DC characters would win in a fight against each other – you know, more of the nerdy goodness you are all accustomed to.