Josh has been living under a comics-related rock for months, so Nick and Jess fill him in on all the things he missed from SDCC. Yea, you read that right, the SDCC that happened over a month ago!
Thirteen hours of mediocre television summed up in just one hour. That's right, the gang is talking about Netflix's Iron Fist!
The gang is back after a very long absence. This week they're talking about Arrow's 4th season. So, settle in for some hot takes!
This week the gang talks about 3, that's right THREE, movies. They've cooked up some hot takes on Suicide Squad, Batman: The Killing Joke, and Ghost Rider 2. Please rate, review, and subscribe. Seriously!!
Hey, guess what? The Gang is back!!! After a very tiring and trying month, the gang gets back together to discuss Comic Con 2016 and 2007's masterpiece, Ghost Rider.
Join the gang as they settle in to discuss 2007's classic film, Spider-Man 3.
This week Nick and Jess share some Megacon memories before The Gang gets into some deep X-Men eXposition: including ranking all of the X films, reviewing X-Men: Apocalypse, and looking into the future of mutants on screen. Rate, Review, and Subscribe!
The wait is finally over...the gang is back together. Jess, Nick, and Josh gather once again, this time to discuss the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Captain America 3: Civil War. So, dust off your earbuds, reinstall your podcast player, and join the gang as they Make Theirs Marvel.
Due to hectic and unforeseen events, this special bonus Punisher episode was lost. But, fear not, for now it is found! The gang gathers to talk more about The Punisher, this time Punisher: War Zone. Also, please ignore all of the now old references.
The band gets back together and watches 2004's Punisher. Along the way they discuss the career of John Travolta, how the city of Tampa works, and if Josh's dogs are okay.
The gang is back and getting personal while discussing 2009's The Watchmen.
The gang is back and are supposed to be discussing 2006's Superman Returns, but end up talking a lot about Making a Murderer. Along the way they also discuss their love for James Marsden, and the controversy surrounding director Bryan Singer.
The gang gathers to discuss the plethora of comic book related movies hitting the big screen in 2016, and which ones they're most excited for. They also look further down the line to see what's being planned. Don't miss this super-sized special issue.
After a brief break, the gang is back together to discuss The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, the Civil War trailer, and whether or not Nick could lift a car.
A long time ago, in a library far, far away, the gang gathered to discuss the Star Wars prequels in the wake of the television trailer release. Then, life got in the way and the episode was thought lost, until one day, it wasn't. The gang, along with Josh's stepdaughter, discuss what it was like to have George Lucas fill them with so much hope, and then violently rip it away.
Nick, Jess, and Josh gather once again, this time to talk about 1997's classic: Batman and Robin. As the gang discusses this neon-soaked flop, they also contemplate life in Schumacher's Gotham, the proper way to handle inmates at Arkham, and whether or not Nick is actually Cyborg.
In this week’s episode, Nick, Jess, and Josh discuss the Daredevil and Elektra movies, and maybe a bit of that rad Daredevil soundtrack. Later in the episode Jess quizzes Nick and Josh to see how closes they watched the flicks, Nick provides book recommendations for DD and Elektra fans, and at some point Josh takes another siesta during the Elektra review.
Jessica, Nick, & Josh gather once again to discuss lackluster comic book films, and this time turn their attention to Green Lantern.
In the premiere episode of Comic Flops, Jess, Nick, and Josh discuss the three most recent Fantastic Four movies. Marvel's First Family has had a rough film history, and our geek gang tries their best to find the light at the end of this very dark tunnel.