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.
This week DC gets it right with Wonder Woman, Freddy turns 70, people don't like to lose when playing games, we take a trip to Camp Crystal Lake as we talk about our experiences with the new Friday The 13th: The Game (spoiler: Paul dies a lot) and how it stacks up against the film series, and then we find out if Steve has the skills with knowlege about Jason kills.
This week we talk about some found footage, compare and contrast the trailers for Star Trek: Discovery and The Orville, get into a throw down discussing DC's fighting game franchise Injustice, and Joe sees if Paul can guess popular TV show fatalaties.
This week we say goodbye to the most interesting man in the world, we don't dread that there is more Dredd coming, Hellboy 3 isn't happening but a 3rd Hellboy is, we discuss (very spoiler heavy) Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, and Paul makes Joe a series of super hero mixtapes.
This week Joe wakes up from cryo-sleep and we are joined by special guest Jeff Ritchie as we talk The Dark Tower and Defenders trailers, Marvel Legacy, Jeff's Jack Kirby inspired submission for Free Comic Book Day, what it is like to work a booth at a convention, the ups and downs of creating art based on existing properties, and we play a game of Bears, Beets, Battlestar Galactica.
This week Joe was put into cryo-sleep and Paul was joined by Steve King as we talked about the release dates of Star Wars 9 and Indy 5, not sleeping like a hobo at a convention, Jeff Goldblum making everything better, we celebrate Alien Day as we decide if Prometheus is stronger upon a second viewing, and Paul has Steve play and eggcelent game.
This week we hit triple digits, wonder if 5 post credit sequences are too much, freak out over the freak out about The Last Jedi teaser trailer, riff on the history and the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000, report back on the Netlfix Wheel of Death selection Robot Overlords (spoiler, it wasn't that bad), and Paul asks Joe a dozen questions about 100s of things.
This week we pay our respects to The Deadman, Joss Whedon swings in to save Batgirl, Rick needs his sauce, we interview Brian Miller and Joe Corroney about creating exclusive artwork for Star Wars Celebration and how now is the golden age of being a Star Wars fan, and we finally get the Netflix Wheel of Death back from the shop to ruin our weekends.