Tag Archives: Avengers

Episode 39- Thor: The Dark World Commen-table

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

Marvel’s Rambunctious Robots

Robots are not only cool but they’re a staple of interesting and provocative science fiction. They ask fundamental questions about the sanctity of life and whether or not it can belong to any being that’s artificially created.

Of course, these themes have been explored very successfully recently by movies like … Continue Reading

Episode 35- 2016 In Geek

Dan, Josh and Danny B are back to review the geeky highlights and lowlights of 2016’s films and television. We’ll also be sharing our listener’s highs and lows for the year and discussing our most anticipated events of 2017.

CONTENTS

0:00- Intro

11:54- This Year in TV

17:14- Daredevil Season … Continue Reading

Episode 33- Watching Watchmen, Gawping at Guardians, Staring at Spidey!

This podcast is afraid of me, I have seen its true face!

Dan, Josh and Danny B are back to chat all about the seminal graphic novel that changed the face of superhero fiction forever; Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ Watchmen.

We take some comments from our loyal listeners on … Continue Reading

The MCU “Villain Problem”- Part One

As Doctor Strange (2016) strides triumphantly toward the end of its cinematic run, I made an effort to catch it last week for the third time. Naturally as the proprietor of a nerdy website and podcast I’m prone to more consumption, digestion and analysis than most.

While I’m delighted that … Continue Reading

Episode 27- Avengers Commen-Table

 

Happy Birthday to us, Happy Birthday to us! It was exactly a year ago today that we debuted with our Avengers: Age of Ultron Commen-table track so what better way to celebrate a year of feeding our fandom than by recording a track for Joss Whedon’s 2012 superhero opus. … Continue Reading