Tag Archives: comics

Episode 48- Spider-Man Retrospectifi

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

Tights For Flights: Superman’s Top 7 Comic Book Costumes

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

Wolverine Hates Heroes (or Friendly Fire part 1)

While it’s been a while since I wrote it, my Hulk Hates Heroes article really seems to have struck a chord with people.

I thought I’d revisit the idea in a series of articles that we’ll just call… Friendly Fire.

With the recent release of Logan I thought I’d take … Continue Reading

Episode 40- Spider Fist of Justice!

 

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

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 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