Posts Tagged ‘comic books’


Mr. Gene and I are back to review our favorite Merc with a mouth Deadpool. He has a new movie called Deadpool 2; how clever is that. 

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In a world… where comic book heroes become mighty superhero movies, Marvel has achieved the impossible. Nothing could rival the sheer scale and enormity of Marvel’s 19 movies in just 10 short years. For this special podcast for the ESO Network Patreon Page, it will take the geeky and nerdy skills of two comic book dorks and 90+ minutes to rank all 19 MCU movies from Worst to Best. The Monster and Mr. Gene are those comic book dorks to take on this challenge and honestly, they had the time because they don’t have lives.*

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Marvel’s Inhumans is the latest comic book series to the small screen. Is the Inhumans series on par with other Marvel tv series like Agent Carter and Agents of SHIELD?

For this podcast, I have Jennifer from Earth Station MCU podcast as a special guest to help with this very question.

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This is it. This is the moment we’ve all been waiting for. 4 DC Shows over 4 nights to battle 1 major villain – The Dominators.  (more…)


arrow_wonder_woman_split_-_h_2012Well… well… well. Wonder Woman, huh? It seems that this may be just more talk than action. I’m mean seriously, do I want to see Wonder Woman? Fuck yeah!!!! But when do we get it? Seriously folks, can we a WW off the ground sometime before I die? Eventually but let’s not rush into things. Hera give me strength.

Could Green Arrow and Wonder Woman co-exist on the same network?

With the CW a month away from launching its take on DC Comics’ Green Arrow, the network seems eager to have its Stephen Amell starrer Arrow potentially joined by another member of the Justice League: Wonder Woman.

The network is eyeing an origin story for the famed female superhero, exploring Wonder Woman’s alter ego Diana of Themyscira in Amazon, which is in the early stages of development under comics scribe Allan Heinberg. (Coincidentally, he co-penned a five-issue JLA arc with DC’s Geoff Johns.)

via Green Arrow and Wonder Woman on CW? ‘Arrow’ Bosses Sound Off.