Tag Archives: Marvel Comics

4-Panel 111 – Boy Meets Venom

This week on 4-Panel we talk about the biggest Iron Man story ever … at least according to Brian Michael Bendis. There are lots of terrible movie references – including one that is incorrect and from the movie guy no less (he should be ashamed).

4-Panel 108 – Dr. Doom’s Exploding Sausage

While we were admiring the new Hellboy, someone decided that Nightwing needed a movie and Marvel introduced a new character called Voyager. Our featured comics are Samurai Slasher: Late Fees, The Unbelievable Gwenpool #20, Thanos #1 to 6 and Secret Empire #10. Tune in to

4-Panel 107 – Black Bolt has the Best Lines

The ongoing saga about who will direct Suicide Squad 2 continues. Meanwhile, ABC have expressed some concerns about their Inhumans TV series … Oh, and Sheena: Queen of the Jungle is getting another live-action adaptation for some reason. Our featured comics are Serenity: No Power

4-Panel 103 – Even Space Dragons Need To Poop

There are a lot of unanswered questions this week, like why are the special effects of Inhumans … not very good, why can’t Zazie Beetz just use her real name instead of being called Domino, and why oh why DC did you decide to have

4-Panel 102 – Smooth Willie Beats Out Crime

San Diego Comic-Con is over and there’s a whole bunch of news like Captain Marvel being set in the ‘90s, Justice League needing re-shoots because of a moustache, a new Spawn movie and more. Our featured comics are Wynonna Earp volume 1, The Sixth Gun

4-Panel 101 – They’re Mandible-Licking Good

With the next DCEU movie confirmed as Shazam, DC also announce the third instalment of the “popular” Colonel Sanders – Justice League crossover. Meanwhile, Sega and Archie Comics end their partnership and we take a look at the BBFC’s most complained about movies. Our featured

The Geek Show - S14E23 - Disco Wombles

S14E23 – Disco Wombles

It’s the end of Series 14 so we decided to talk about endings … in a sense. Join us as we meander through Doctor Who, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, comic-book endings (and the lack thereof – especially when killing off characters), video game endings and

4-Panel 98 – We Need More Crumpet!

We’re back for another go on the comic-book carousel, and this week there’s the possibility of Captain Britain appearing in the MCU (maybe), the Hitchcockian influence in The Batman, a live-action Superman: Red Son, the trailer for The Inhumans TV series, and the announcement of

4-Panel 97 – This Statue Has Tassels

While the possibility of a Watchmen TV series is being thrown around, Sony want to make more random Spider-man related movies and a grade school in Japan is being turned into the world’s largest manga library. Our featured comics are Star Trek: The Next Generation

4-Panel 96 – The Simple Times of Billy Zane

With Jessica Chastain playing the Shi’Ar empress Lilandra in X-Men: Dark Phoenix we know that space-based mutant shenanigans are on the horizon. Meanwhile, James Gunn wants to change a little bit of canon in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe and Naoki Uresawa’s manga series Pluto gets an