2020 is coming to an end! However, before Adam and Thomas pack this year away they need to take a look at two films that somehow came out in the chaos of 2020. Whether on a streaming service or the few theaters left open, 2020 still had a vibrant and
Last year, Fox released the final installment in its X-Men series of films. In a way, it brought the series full circle, bringing the timeline to the decade before the original X-Men is set and incorporating elements of the Phoenix saga which had also been part of X-Men: The Last
As we round out the year, we’re joined by Eric and Julia Lewald to discuss their work in animation, focusing on X-Men: The Animated Series and Exosquad. There are anecdotes aplenty as they detail how they broke into animation, working to get X-Men made the way that they want to,
Legion is a mind-trippy story about the most powerful mutant on Earth, who also suffers from severe mental illness. In this episode we stare into the abyss of season 2 and try to keep it from staring back into us. Along the way we come to conclusions, all of which
For better or worse, “Dark Phoenix” marks the end of the X-Men franchise as we know it. It’s a little like a political lame duck; it’s being released after the Disney/Fox merger but does not tie into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Reviews for the film haven’t been kind — it’s
Pop Culture Cosmos Episode #145- Box Office Bummers, The Best Television Of 2019 So Far, And E3 Is Finally Here!
Josh and Gerald are back talking the disappointments of The Secret Life of Pets 2 and X-Men: Dark Pheonix and the possible long term questions the failure of each signify. We also recap all the major news from the weekend at E3 2019 with XBOX, Electronic Arts, Google and Bethesda
PCC Multiverse #123- Previewing Nintendo’s E3 2019, The Legends Ultimate Arcade Machine, And Is It Time To Put The X-Men On Ice?
Josh and Gerald are back talking the latest battle this weekend at the box office with X-Men: Dark Pheonix going up against The Secret Life Of Pets 2. Who do we think is going to win and with the move of the X-Men to Disney should this latest movie be
Cigar Nerds Podcast Episode 114: Heckboy. This week we take a look at another reboot and see if its a hit or a miss. We’re talking about Hellboy and discussing if the new guy can fill Ron Pearlman’s big boots, stranger things have happened. In Blowing smoke Joe and Brad
Award Winner. Modern Master. Legend. Writer/artist John Byrne has made his mark on some of the iconic characters in comics. Mike, Mike, Michael Bailey, and Kyle Jones look at his career from rising the X-Men out of the ashes to creating a new vision of the original Star Trek crew.
By now you’ve probably seen the meme of Mickey Mouse wearing Thanos’ Infinity Gauntlet from “Infinity War,” with the Infinity Stones symbolizing the different franchises/studios Disney has acquired thus far — Star Wars, Marvel, etc. Last week, the Walt Disney Company officially added another “Infinity Stone” to the gauntlet; the
Marvel’s Inhumans made history by being the only MCU series to not be renewed for a second season. With controversial choice of showrunner, Scott Buck, helming the show, the series suffered from poor ratings and poor reception from the fanbase. In this episode we examine the Inhumans series and examine
Timeless gained a second year because the fans demanded it. In a season with reduced runtime and a lower budget Timeless fought for its very survival and told another interesting story through time. In this episode we delve into the changes between Timeless season 1 and season 2, talk about