While there are currently no plans for this new character to cross over with the current roster of heroes … Continue Reading
Your friendly neighbourhood fandom feeders are back and they have fifteen years’ worth of Spider-Man movies to discuss. In our Retrospectifi we revisit the Sam Raimi Spider-Man trilogy as well as Mac Webb’s divisive Amazing Spider-Man 1 and 2.
We also discuss our favourite entries into the franchise and those … Continue Reading
Arguably the first hero of the silver age of comic books Reed Richards was introduced in Fantastic Four Issue number #1 back in 1961. Without the unprecedented success of this first issue there would quite simply be no Marvel Universe.
Richards was a child prodigy who would go on to … Continue Reading
Haven’t you heard?
Simply everyone has a shared universe these days?
Marvel Studios have one, Warner Brothers / DC have got one, Transformers / Hasbro have one (God help us), even Sony are so confident that they’re trying to create a shared Spiderverse without Spider-Man.
Given that Universal own the … Continue Reading
It’s been a long time but Dan, Josh and Danny B have FINALLY assembled to bring you their thoughts on Warner Bros. popular DCEU film Wonder Woman.
We take some listener feedback and provide a spoiler-free discussion on our impressions of the film before we go into great and … Continue Reading
Marc Spector has issues.
A former mercenary and wayward son of a Holocaust-fleeing Rabbi, Spector had a pretty tough life. And matters only got worse when he died.
It’s time for another instalment of the greatest hits of some of my favourite characters in comics.
This time it features someone whom I consider to be the heart and soul of the X-Men and the living representation of Xavier’s dream. He’s everyone’s favourite swashbuckling demonic-looking Catholic Germanic ladies man.… Continue Reading
Make no mistake, there was a lot riding on this film.
Patty Jenkins’ passion project (and a passion project it was, Ms Jenkins first petitioned Warner Brothers to direct a Wonder Woman film right after directing 2003’s Monster nearly fifteen years ago) was fighting a battle on two fronts since … Continue Reading