They’re two icons of modern cinema and titans of science fiction. In today’s podcast Dan and Josh are here to Nerdibate to decide once and for all who is better under the watchful eye of Judge Danny B. We’ll be debating the heroes themselves, the villains they face and the … Continue Reading
Trust me, it’s a great time to be a Superman fan!
As of last year, DC’s ill-advised attempts to make Superman younger and cooler with the New 52 have been consigned to the long box of history and the version of the character we’ve known and loved since 1986 (… Continue Reading
San Diego Comic Con is here and with it comes a whole host of exciting info and trailers. In this week’s podcast we’re applying our usual level of Nerdy Scrutiny to the trailers for Justice League, Thor: Ragnarok, Star Trek: Discovery, Defenders, Stranger Things and Inhumans… Continue Reading
He does whatever a spider can, and he’s coming home to the MCU. Dan, Josh and Danny B are back to talk about this coming of age story for Marvel’s flagship wall crawler.
We’ll be reviewing the film but don’t worry, we’ll give you fair warning when we enter spoilery … Continue Reading
It’s finally happened.
What was once the fervent dream of legions of vociferous fanboys is finally a reality. We have Spider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe sharing the screen with the likes of Iron Man and Captain America. After a spectacular (yes I went there) debut in Captain America: Civil … Continue Reading
Dan, Josh and Danny B are back in the MCU and they have differing opinions that could result in violence… Not really, but we are discussing last year’s Phase 3 launchpad Captain America: Civil War. We’ll be discussing our views on the film in a round table discussion as … 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