It’s the end of July, which means it’s time for another of our monthly comic-book and manga extravaganzas where we try to cram as many different titles into one episode as we can. This month we’ve got another wide-ranging selection that includes the second volume
To celebrate the release of Spider-Man: Far From Home we decided to investigate the surprisingly vast numbers of alternative Spider-folk that infest the Marvel’s multiverse, but after kicking things off in the familiar territory of Peter Parker, Miles Morales and Gwen Stacey, things start going
Soooooo … Dark Phoenix is finally out in cinemas, and given our feelings about the trailer, the convolutedly confusing history of the X-Men and the Phoenix force itself, and the twisted timelines of the film franchise, we still went to see it. 4-Panel. We watch
The uncontainable power of our sister show 4-Panel rises up and consumes us again as Mick and Andrew join Aidan to discuss “X-Men: Dark Phoenix”. It’s the last in a franchise that’s lasted as long as two MCUs, but what’s the endgame like? Of course,
With everything from plushies to video games under its giant belt, Godzilla is arguably one of the most profitable and marketable monsters on the planet, and with a new movie in cinemas (which we talk about as well), we though it was time for a
Get the headache tablets and the X-Men crazy wall ready because the Dark Phoenix movie is out soon, so we thought it would be a good idea to look back over the very convoluted history of the cosmic entity. With a full wardrobe of sashes,
The Batwoman TV series is on the horizon, so Andrew, Mick and Rob thought it would be interesting to explore the character’s rather strange history, and in order to do that we have to go back to the original Batwoman, which isn’t the current Batwoman.
After a slightly extended break the weirdly funny stain on the wallpaper of technology and science news podcasts returns to deface your walls. This week the Robs kick things off with a look at the rather disturbing trailer for the live-action Sonic the Hedgehog movie.
Join Andrew and Mick as they embark on an in-depth discussion about what may become the most successful movie of all time. That’s right. They’re getting into the nitty-gritty of Avengers: Endgame for a no-stone-unturned investigation of the good, the bad, and the Thanos, which
Graham’s stuck in the quantum realm, so it falls to Rob and Mick to travel way back in time through the many years they spent watching all of the movies leading up to “Avengers: Endgame”. It’s already made more money than there is in the