It’s Comic Con week and to celebrate we’re drafting and ranking and discussing comic book movies outside of the DC/Marvel super hero genre. So we’re talking indie comics and non-supies. There’s probably a lot of movies out there that you didn’t even know were comic book based. Check the Results Here.
Picks of the week include Anarchy in thePhilippines, Wild Wild Country, and Future Man. Other things discussed: Game Night, Coco, Stand-ups season 2, Nailed it, Girls Trip, Atomic Blonde, Wind River, Take Your Pills, Annihilation Book, Pacific Rim 2, Ready Player One, Jumanji, Marvel Movie Madness, Love, Flaked, Gook, Please Stand by, and I, Tonya. We also checked out a comic book Vengeance, NV #1 by BJ Mendelson and Piotr Czaplarski.
We’re coming out of left field with this favorites list as we rank and draft our favorite random things from 2017. This includes books, comics, documentary movies, events, stand up comedy, video games, and whatever else might pop up.
In this weekly roundup episode we discuss the album Strangled Light by Less Art and the album Leaving by Oklahoma band Colorblind. We also chat about the movies – Fist Fight, Okja, Prince Avalanche, Back in Time, The 6th Day, The Founder, and the documentary Game Over. We also talk about the TV show The Goldbergs, Netflix’s Ozark, Netflix’s Wet Hot American Summer, the comic book A.D. After Death, the book version of The Handmaid’s Tale, and the book Ready Player One.
Comic Con was last week and to celebrate we tackle our favorite movies
from the Marvel universe. With so many off-shoot movies over the years, and multiple studios making them, there has been a lot to choose from. We have a special guest eh, by the name of Jon Berg. He is our first international guest as he resides in Edmonton, Alberta (though he was visiting Matt in Las Vegas and recorded from there). Fun times were had. Here’s the IMDB list of the resulting draft rankings.
Comic Con is this week and to celebrate we tackle our favorite movies from the DC universe. Their catalog may not be as big as Marvel’s is now, but they were the first comics company to truly break into the movie business. It’s probably safe to say some Batman movies were mentioned. See the results on our IMDB Page.
Dave Hardy’s in the house and Father’s Day is just around the corner people. Go get a card or something. To celebrate this wondrous occasion, we rank and draft our favorite fictional dads. We cross all forms of media to pick the dads that we love or hate or whatever. Dave took first pick and we bet you won’t guess his first selection. IMDb list of Results.