The guys give their initial thoughts of 'The Boys' on Amazon Prime. Big Kev and Monte break down the new 'Mandalorian' trailer in different ways. They also have different takes on the PS5 and Xbox, as Sandwich does a deep dive into a new Dungeons and Dragons book.
The guys break down a mix bag of Star Wars news. Daisy Ridley reveals a key plot to Star Wars that was ignored, while Lego unveils a special new Cantina set. Monte is ecstatic with news surrounding Ryan Reynolds, but it's Kev's new Tron collectible that has everyone excited.
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.
There’s another new streaming service to talk about. Details of NBC’s Peacock are revealed, leaving people to wonder if there’s a streaming bubble that’s about to pop. J.J. Abrams says thanks but no thanks to an enormous Apple deal.
We get a better look at what Apple TV+ will look like and the guys debate on how popular it’ll be. Monte is looking forward to the upcoming Hawkeye show, but it’s a different story with ‘It chapter 2’.
We get an interesting breakdown of what Disney+ may look like for years to come. Monte has heart palpitations over a Ghostbusters auction. As Sandwich thinks about getting his hands on some ‘Dungeons and Dragons’ Funko Pops.