Joe goes it alone to discuss the trailers and information coming from this year’s San Diego Comic Con. We talk Stranger Things 2, Ready Player One, Gotham, Justice League, Thor 3, Defenders and more. He also gives you a break down on the Infinity War trailer.
Joe goes solo in his review of would be the last X-Men movie with Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman which may not be a good idea. Joe sees problems in the X-Men franchise with this installment, but the paradox is this might be the one of best superhero installments of all time.
Joe and Kris are back in the car to discuss Shield’s misdirection episode. Do LMD’s have civil rights? What is going with Stan Lee’s twitter account? Who is in and out of Infinity War. And can we get Patton Oswalt back as a regular?
Joe and Kris discuss this frustratingly good episode of Shield. Joe advocates black bagging a sitting US Senator. Kris wants Radcliff’s head one a pick. We also discuss the new X-Men Show directed by Bryan Singer.
A sick Joe decides to go solo about his experiences with the latest X-Men installment. Joe defends Return of the Jedi and even the 20 minute detour just for that cameo. Yet, can he defend the film from being boring?
Joe and Kris attend the first Harrisburg Comic Con. We talk to Bob Mcleod, the Co-Creator of X-Men: New Mutants. The creator of Harrisburg Comic Con, Patrick Brown, also sits down to talk to us about how to start a new Comic Book Convention. We discuss our loot and how our time as Press went. Lots of pics and Links.
Harrisburg Comic Con Discussion
Interview with Bob Mcleod, New Mutants Co-Creator.
Interview with Patrick Brown, Harrisburg Comic Con Owner/Operator.
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Joe and Kris do three hours of Shield in twenty minutes. Who lives, who dies and does any of it really matter in the Cinematic Marvel Universe?