After an extended break, the Metal Geeks crew are back to discuss all the geekery they missed during that time. Topics include Comicpalooza 2021, Loki, Black Widow, The Tomorrow War, Space Jam, Monsters at Work, Anthrax 40th Anniversary live stream, and our topic tackles our favorite Superhero live-action tv series
Marvel Cinematic Universe fans have been waiting a long time for a Black Widow solo film — and I’m not just talking about how this film’s release date was pushed back a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Black Widow made her first appearance in the MCU back in 2010
Robert Kirkman, The Walking Dead creator, brings his superhero comic book Invincible to the small screen.
I won’t say that the final episode of WandaVision made me cry. However, I definitely had a strange watery-ness in my eyes, particularly during the final scenes, as Wanda’s artificial reality comes crashing down, and Wanda and Vision are forced to say goodbye, yet again. I wasn’t prepared for just
Movies, mutants and more! So many upcoming movies to talk about. This week’s trailers lean towards science fiction and super heroes. We also have a trailer for a documentary of sorts. There is some fun Star Trek news and talk about books and authors. Movies, mutants and more! STAR TREK:
“Avengers: Endgame” is, admittedly, a tough act to follow. How do you continue the franchise after an epic, three-hour film that wraps up a story arc spanning 10+ years and 20+ films? Actually, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” doesn’t necessarily answer that question. The latest Spidey film serves as more of
“This is not going to go the way you think…” Remember that line from “The Last Jedi” trailer? Marvel fans were wise to keep those same words of warning in mind as they walked into the theater for “Avengers: Endgame.” The culmination of approximately 10 years and 20 films, “Endgame”
I have to confess, when I first saw the trailer for the new DC superhero film Shazam!, it didn’t really grab me. I wasn’t sure what to think of the concept or the costume, and I feared the final product might be too cheesy. I wasn’t necessarily looking forward to watching
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?
I’m sure many geeks would agree that this is a pretty good time to be a superhero fan. Superhero films seem to be breaking box office records left and right, and we’re seeing a diverse array of superhero stories portrayed on both the big screen and on TV. If all
Normally I’m not much of a binge-watcher when it comes to TV. But last week I was stuck home sick for two days straight, and my only options were A) Spend all day lying in bed, staring up at the ceiling, and feeling sorry for myself or B) Try to
After an epic 10-year buildup, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s ultimate villain finally arrived to restore balance to the universe earlier this summer. Thanos was, at least for me, worth the wait, and I’m looking forward to watching him in “Infinity War” again, now that this movie is coming out on