HAPPY BIRTHDAY, DOM!!!! The guys talk about the future of the DCU / HBO Max as news about Wonder Woman breaks at the top of the show. Dom then joins the show to talk about two new Dungeons and Dragons books that have the guys extremely excited.
The embargo is over! The guys finally break down their thoughts on Chapter 9 of The Mandalorian. Monte shares his experience about a new independent horror shop in New Jersey, while the guys get super excited about Kev's new Hot Toy figure inspired by Tron.
They're back, baby! The guys return to talk about the latest details surrounding Disney+'s Moon Knight announcements. Monte vents about his one time Ghostbuster frustrations. Meanwhile, Sandwich talks about arguably one of his favorite new collectibles of all time (insert dramatic sound effect here).
In this episode we discuss John Boyega opening up about how his character in the Star Wars films became more irrelevant with each film. We also talk about the new Friday the 13th Blu-ray box set, which includes all the films, and behind the scenes content that has Monte excited. Lastly, in segment 1, we discuss the “curiosity crossover” release of the D&D-based Magic the Gathering card set. The Sandwich is excited, as it combines his passions. In segment 2, we discuss the career and legacy of Chadwick Boseman.
Monte is back from the dead! The guys breakdown various aspects of DC Fandome ranging from video games, movies and toy announcements. They also question the possible remake of Planes, Trains & Automobiles; as Monte and Big Kev chat about toys they're both very excited about.
New York Comic Con becomes the latest show to fall victim to Covid-19. The guys share their thoughts on the convention being a streaming only event. They'll also chat about the unfortunate layoffs happening at DC, but to end the summary on a positive note, the crew gives analysis on the latest season of Umbrella Academy and future of Animaniacs.
A milestone in podcasting. The guys reminisce about the history of the show and listen to voicemails from major contributors. They'll also breakdown what it means for 'Mulan' to stream on Disney+, if you should be concerned for the MCU on the streaming platform, and why you should love Karl Urban even more.
The road to episode 600 continues. The guys analyze the nominations for the 72nd Emmy Awards and the surprise return of the G4 network. They also dissect the reason Rick and Morty has potential to be one of the top shows for years to come. Sandwich also explains why you need to get the new Dungeons and Dragons book ‘Mythic Odysseys of Theros’. All this while combating the craziest of technical difficulties.
It’s a rumor everyone hopes is true. There’s talk Donald Glover may return as Lando for a new series on Disney+. Monte surprises Big Kev with details surrounding Cobra Kai. Then the guys look to break down the latest details of streaming conventions.
Another streaming service hits the scene. Monte gives his initial thoughts on the new NBC streaming service ‘Peacock’. The guys explain why you have to check out the Disney+ service ‘Prop Culture’. Then analysis of the incredibly successful Hasbro Labs campaign for the X-Men Legends Sentinel.
Of course the guys want another Tron movie, but do they want it if Jared Leto is involved? Monte explains why you should be excited for ‘Ready Player 2’, while also keeping emotions tempered. All while two unique teaser trailers are released without spoiling anything … for once.
The Mandalorian is expanding beyond Disney+ with a number of upcoming books. ViacomCBS is looking to freshen up it’s lineup with a 90’s show that leaves Kev confused. Ron Pearlman expands on why Hellboy 3 never happened, while leaving more questions than before.
We’re getting a lot more Mandalorian beyond Disney+. Comedy Central is bringing back one of the most hotly contested cartoons of the 90s, even though the guys can’t figure out why. As Monte explains why he’s ecstatic about a fan made Gambit short-film on YouTube.