Sunday, September 25, 2016

Ghost Ridercast

Ghost Rider has moved from two failed films to guest appearances on "Agents of SHIELD". Jon and Steven try to discuss the character and Marvel Comics history with horror, but are more excited by Doctor Strange. Also, how Marvel's cinematic universe is actually three separate universes, Batman Day and Norm Macdonald.

Monday, September 19, 2016

Harry Potter and the Cursed Childcast

There's a new Harry Potter book! Kinda. David Brown stops by with a detailed review. Is it "Harry Potter: the Next Generation"? Or some weird time-wimey fan faction? Why is it a play and not a movie? And what does that mean for the actual Potterverse movie "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"? Plus, why it's all like Batman.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Star Trek 50thcast

"Star Trek" turns 50! Bill Monroe is back to talk how a franchise can remain timeless yet be a product of its era, how the new show will define its future and how it compares to that the long running sci fi tv franchise, "Doctor Who".

Monday, September 5, 2016

Stranger Thingscast

The Netflix hit "Stranger Things" just got renewed for a second season. Jon and Steven discuss the appeal of the series, whether it's 80's nostalgia or just good genre. Also, the mysterious Deathstroke video Ben Affleck posted and the impact of Gene Wilder.

Sunday, August 28, 2016

The Tickcast

"The Tick" has returned on Amazon but nothing is the same. Jon and Steven welcome back David Redfield to discuss the indy comic of the 80's, the animated series of the 90's, the Patrick Warburton sitcom of the aughts and the new Serafinowicz version. Plus, ben Edlund's experience working with Joss Whedon, whether you can do a violent comic show with humor in the modern era and Dave's hospital stay.

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Gene Ha

The legendary artist of Berwyn is here! Gene Ha stops by the studio for a lively discussion on what it means to capture the essence of a character, from his beginnings pencilling Batman and X-Men to writing and illustrating his creator owned project, "Mae"!

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Batman: the Killing Jokecast

On the heels of a controversial DC feature film comes a controversial DC animated film! Jon and Steven welcome back Kevin Ryan to discuss the adaptation of the Alan Moore and Brian Bolland classic, how it holds up to the Frank Miller animated adaptations, whether the new material fits the tone of the book and why Bruce Timm has a thing for Batman and Batgirl getting together.