Joe and Kris go over the newest announcements by Disney for the future of Marvel Movies and TV. Plus some Lucasfilm talk.
Joe goes solo on what is a decent episode. Can Blink save a Morlock friend? Is the family strong enough to survive the Cuckoos? And can the heroes mess up enough to kill a bad guy?
Joe reviews the last Gifted of 2018. Can the Inner Circle actually accomplish something? Can the Mutant family stop a genocide? All this and Kris stops in to talk Avengers, Captain Marvel and a reboot.
Joe goes over what he thought was the finale episode of this part of the season. Spoiler..he was wrong. Can Johnny and Blink track down a lead? Will the Strucker family be able to save their Dad? And for the love of God will anyone just say the name, Magneto?! All this and Polaris’ kinda interesting origin story.
Joe goes solo as he visits probably the most disappointing episode to date. Can Mom stop acting crazy to save Andy, a kid she maybe should have aborted? Also can a fight last more than 30 seconds on this? All this and some Avengers 4 talk.
Joe goes through the second episode of season two with more sadness. As our heroes realize they are headed for an eventual war, will they fight or succumb to depression? Is Paige a one note villain or something more? All this and a Kris cameo.
Joe goes solo for the return of the new that no anymore mutant show. Is the show still the depressing? Will our heroes get back together? And will anyone X-Men ever show up?
Joe and Kris discuss a very good trailer for the newest Marvel Hero. Joe surprises Kris with a Loki TV Show. Kris thinks Wonder Woman maybe tough to beat for Captain Marvel. Plus, we talk about almost everything else for a bit.
A very very late review of the last Marvel film of 2018. Joe goes solo to tackle the second installment of the Ant-Man series. Does it top the original or is just a nice desert to the buffet that was Infinity War?
Kris read The X-Men story that still resonates to this day. Joe and Kris go over if the story is too political or if every X-Men story is political.