This week the trio of Don, Harry and Stella discuss “comfort media”, I.E. the things they run to when the walls start to close in. From television shows and romance novels to video games, what does your comfort media say about you?
Discussing film criticism in a Post-Avengers: Endgame world, the guys welcome veteran comic and movie podcaster Chris Johnson to talk all things Twitter discourse, Memes, Television tie-ins, Cinematic Universes and, of course, the Snyder Cut.
Weeks after the terrorist attack on Capitol Hill, calls for the Punisher character to be retired were made, some by comic creators! The guys discuss how Frank Castle is seen in the eyes of police, gun rights activists and extremists while going through the three live action films and Netflix tv series.
Before you gear up for the next upcoming episodes, spend your weekend listening to the guys guest appear on other podcasts!
With ten years, twenty-plus films and billions of dollars under its belt, the guys take a step back and try to parse out what went right about the Marvel Cinematic Universe that took so many years to iron out what went wrong with other comic book films.
Don and Harry wrestle over finalizing their top ten list. Which black genre films will battle it out for the top spot?
It’s the end of the 2010s, and every’s pulling together their best films list! Harry and Don begin their lists debating, comparing and contrasting the best from the rest, forgoing personal favorites (or not) for the sake of true originality. Part 1 of 2!
At the end of the 2010s, the battle for supremacy waged between the Millennial generation and the Baby Boomers. Whose side is the future on, and where does that leave Generation Z?!
In discussing the recent conversation regarding Bruce Lee and Asian American representation at large, the guys welcome veteran comic book podcaster Raph Soohoo to give his thoughts and ponder the place America (and the world) is in the race towards equal representation.