In our first live episode, we discuss the addition of Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the latest episodes of Agent Carter, The Flash, Arrow, and Constantine, the Fantastic Four reboot trailer, and more. Plus, Johnny may finally be giving up on Gotham and Perry finally gets around to watching Battlestar Galactica…six years after it ended.
So yeah, we kind of screwed up. This episode was supposed to be a discussion of Guardians of the Galaxy, but given there was so much news to catch up on, we ended up having to table that discussion for the next episode. Instead, we discussed Marvel’s Phase Three movies, DC’s movie slate, also touched on the beginning of this season’s comic book shows. Listen in to hear Perry’s rant against Gotham and Johnny’s rant against the DC Cinematic Universe! Plus, Johnny finally sees the Age of Ultron trailer!
In this episode that we recorded months before we got around to uploading it, we talk about some news that has already been discussed to death and go on random tangents, plus Johnny’s dad has a warning for listeners about potatoes. Somewhere in the midst of all this nonsense, we discuss Thor: The Dark World. We’d tell you about Johnny’s hilarious recap, but you’re better off listening to it yourself.
It’s been a looooong time since our last episode, and we come back to catch up on news that you probably heard months ago. The boys also look at some of the trailers for big comic book movies like Guardians of the Galaxy, The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Captain: America: The Winter Soldier (the latter two of which are already in theaters), debate the casting of Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor, and the main discussion is focused on the Marvel One-Shot All Hail The King, which the guys feel is a step forward in apologizing for Iron Man 3.
In honor of the holidays, Perry and Juan take a look at the Christmas-set Iron Man 3 and engage in the Festivus tradition of The Airing of Grievances. Both of us had a lot of problems with Iron Man 3, and now you’re all gonna hear about it. Plus, we also turn our wrath on Disney for pulling their content from the libraries of Amazon users who paid for Disney Christmas films and launch an attack on DRM. Better break out the Southern Comfort eggnog, because we’re all gonna need it!