Dan, Josh and Danny B are joined by Violet to discuss Marvel and Netflix’ divisive Iron Fist series.
We get in to the show’s highs and lows and whether it deserves the negative backlash it’s garnered from critics.
We also dissect the latest trailers for Justice League and Spider-Man: … Continue Reading
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe broadens its canvass with the shamelessly thaumaturgic Doctor Strange (2016) and the Avengers move ever closer to an Infinity War, the street-level corner of the Marvel Universe on Netflix has unveiled its final Defender.
Danny Rand, The Iron Fist makes a timely debut as his … Continue Reading
It’s a tale as old as time and as familiar to its legion of fans as the haunting image of a falling red rose petal.
Given the vociferous adoration that fans have for the 1991 animated original it’s fair to say that it was no small undertaking for Disney to … Continue Reading
The fandom feeders are ready to cross the rainbow bridge back into the MCU with this divisive and much underrated Marvel Studios film.
Watch along with us as we debate the merits of the performances, cinematography and spectacular visual effects as well as the elements that we feel let the … Continue Reading
The fandom feeders dive back into the X-Men Universe for Hugh Jackman’s last bow as the iconic character of Logan / Wolverine.
We discuss the legacy and impact that he has left on the character and how the film has re-defined what an X-Men film can be.
We also discuss … Continue Reading
Every now and then we’re asked to point our readers in the direction of some of the best examples of beloved comic book characters doing what they do best… With that in mind we decided to create our new feature, The Greatest Hits.
And who better to start us off … Continue Reading
Batman fans could have been forgiven for recently breathing a long and well deserved sigh of relief.
Firstly, it was announced that after talk of deteriorating negotiations between director Matt Reeves and Warner Brothers executives that Reeves would indeed be taking to the director’s chair for The Batman.
Secondly (and … Continue Reading
It’s the end of an era.
James Howlett/ Logan/Wolverine represents, perhaps more than any other comic book character, the triumph of synergy between character and actor.
In 2000 a relatively unknown Australian actor called Hugh Jackman portrayed this fan-favourite comic book character and made him a household name. Over the … Continue Reading