A double feature of the most recent new series from two massive franchises. First, Mike and Mike are joined by Angela Pritchett and Channing Sherman to review the debut of the marvelous Ms. Marvel. Then, Alan and Keith from Earth Station Trek explore the Strange New Worlds that seek out
Marvel has gone into the multiverse in a big way. In this episode we take a look at the biggest expression of that to date with What If. We discuss the series as the MCU’s first animation project. We discuss the What If concept and talk about which episodes worked
WandaVision was the first of Marvel’s Disney+ releases. It faced the seemingly impossible task of progressing the story of Wanda and Vision despite the fact that the latter was dead. What followed was to date the most experimental of the MCU’s offerings, and one that had a wide distribution of
But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy Episode 44: This week Martha talks about Monica Rambeau (aka Captain Marvel, Photon, Pulsar, and Spectrum), and Brittany talks about Dr. Pamela Isley (aka Poison Ivy). But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy on Instagram! Please rate and review But First, Let’s Talk Nerdy on Apple Podcasts!
In 2008 Marvel released the movie, Iron Man, and the world would never be the same again. Now with their 22nd film, Marvel brings many of the story threads that they’ve been building for eleven years to a conclusion while leaving the door open for so many more stories. In
In 2015, DC released a list of a large number of DC movies extending into 2020. Of the movies announced for 2018 or later, Shazam was the only one that was neither rescheduled nor canceled. In this episode, we take a look at the Shazam film. We discuss the Captain
Captain Marvel rocketed onto our screens last year. Marvel’s first female lead series provided and origin story for Marvel’s newest hero and gave some insight on the MCU of the 1980’s. We talk about the captain herself, the plot and tone of the movie, the old friends that we see
Join your hosts Cary the Metal Geek, Brutal Dave, and George Tripsas as they dive back into 2019 with their annual Rewind. They discuss their favorite music, films, video games, and TV shows, and there might be some heated discussion about Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Keep it geeky,
Right off the bat, this is going to be one of the longer scifi news that I normally do. This doesn’t mean you’ll not have a great time but perhaps learn something new. What are the BIG 3 topics for this week:
At long last, The Monster is able to speak his mind about the latest DC movie Shazam. Joining me on this podcast is Mr. Gene. Did we like it or hate it? Is Brie Larson ever going to be than just friends with The Monster?
Cary the Metal Geek and George travel back in the wayback machine to discuss the 20th anniversary of The Matrix, as well as some key metal releases and movies from 1999. We also get into discussions about The Dirt and Motley Crue, Captain Marvel, Borderlands 3, Doom Patrol, get cultured
The long-awaited Captain Marvel has arrived at C53. Does Captain Marvel deliver the MCU goods? Is this Marvel’s answer to DC’s Wonder Woman? What special connection does The Monster have with Brie Larson?