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Here we are again, fandom feeders!
Having traversed Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in our Commen-tables and just got our teeth stuck into Captain America: Civil War, I thought that now might be the time to … Continue Reading
Earlier this week the Legends of Tomorrow writer’s room took to twitter confirming that the show will return to the CW on Tuesday October 10th at 9pm directly after The Flash.
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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
It’s no secret to anyone who listens to the podcast that I love Magic: The Gathering. That said, it lacks the geek cred of a Dungeons and Dragons or (if you’re the digital type) World of Warcraft.
In this light, allow me to present these 5 perfectly compelling reasons … Continue Reading
The newest instalment to The CW / DC superhero canon will be with us towards the end of the year in the form of the massively under-appreciated character Black Lightning.
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
Star Wars has been a mainstay in the world pop culture since before I was but a twinkle my father’s eye. Star Wars swept the world back in 1977 upon release of A New Hope and continued to dominate the box office for 40 years since.
The prequels may have … 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
If Superman has taught us one thing, it’s that a classic never dies.
And even if it does, it doesn’t stay dead for long!
Having explored the plethora of alternate comic book duds for Batman and Spider-Man, in light of the recent Superman Day I thought it might be … Continue Reading