This week we talk about the fun time we had at NEO Comic Con, how Warner Brothers is making a Joker origin film no one asked for, we grapple with the first season of the Netflix series GLOW, and we find out what our pop culture class schedule looks like this year. ...oh, and we announce the names and ticket numbers of who won what for our raffle.
This week we wonder what's the point of another Flashpoint retelling, streaming services are buying the rights to comic companies' whole catalogs, the possibility of a 10 dollar movie pass, we go back to Camp Firewood to talk about Wet Hot American Summer: 10 Years Later and if this reunion was needed, and Paul sees if Joe can figure out what is VBS or BS.
This week we talk aboout how things are not looking so good for the Dark Tower, Paul is now afraid of getting randomly punched by Doomfist, Joe is so-so about the first photos of Deadpool 2's Domino, we discuss Charilze Theron's Atomic Blonde and how we were way off about what Femme Fatale films are, and we put on our terribly animated CGI capes and talk about 1997's Spawn and barely survive its under budgeted vision of Hell for the Netflix Wheel of Death.™
This week we talk about the Skrulls invading the MCU, if a John Wick extended universe is needed, the Ready Player One trailer (spoiler: Paul is conflicted), we pull out our portal guns and jump into the Dan Harmon/Justin Roiland sci-fi dysfunctional family animated series, Rick and Morty, and the Netflx Wheel of Death™ rolls out to crush us once again.
This week we say goodbye to a horror icon and hello to a new Doctor, get surly about Disney's Star Wars Land (and then admit we would still go), discuss season one of the Netflix series Castlevania and the challenges of translating video game franchises into TV and film, and the Nacho Sorting Hat of Doom™ raises the stakes as we pit twenty pop culture vampires toe to toe and fang to fang to see who will become the next Dracula.
This week we discuss the Emmy nominations, go nuts about the New Warriors casting of Squrriel Girl, discover what that crunching sound is, interview Shaun Steven Struble, the creator/writer/colorist of Image Comics's L'il Depressed Boy, and Paul asks Joe if knows his X-Mans.
This week Battlestar Galactica FTL jumps to San Diego Comicon, DOOMFIST is teased, there are a lot of different Batmans coming, we talk the 4 issue mini-crossover event The Button and whether or not bringing the Watchman into the DC universe is a good thing, and we play a game of 'What If?'
This week Bacon is grabbing some Graboids, Joe likes all the Forces of Destiny (except one), Nintendo is releasing the SNES Classic with a previously unreleased game, we take a look back at Sam Raimi's Spider-Man Trilogy (yes, even the 3rd one) as we look forward to Homecoming, and Joe asks Paul if games sold better or worse than whatever a Super Poyo Poyo is.
This week we talk about the Han Solo directors going Solong, Dazzler coming to the X-Men films (and some confusion over her powers), Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite isn't looking so good, we review the upcoming Edgar Wright film Baby Driver (if you don't want spoilers, it starts at 32:15 into the episode and ends at 57:15, but here is one spoiler: WE LOVED IT), and Joe has to pick to the perfect crew to help with his heist.
This week Paul is making plastic abominations, we say goodbye to Adam West, talk about some E3 news, hope that the Dark Universe can get its act together, discuss our love/hate relationship with the Transformers film franchise, and Joe asks Paul if he can see more than meets the eye.