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Everyone's favorite media company is amidst a reckoning as finished films are shelved, multiple series are cancelled and/or ended, executives and staff are shown the door, and the ROCK takes over! Well, that last part was an exaggeration but here's a fact: we're talking about news again, in the usual nonsensical way which we're known for by tens of people! Will it be a recurring thing once more? Check out the episode and find out. All links available on --- Send in a voice message:
Did we love Thor: Love and Thunder or was it a blunder? Was the Ms. Marvel series a CW-level teen drama? What was all that comic-con Marvel business about? Once again, we talk all things Marvel on this episode. As a heads up, we had some technical issues with the audio recording, but rest assured we are currently searching for a padded cell that Jack can record all future episodes in. Find all the links on --- Send in a voice message:
Warner Bros' new brawler game not named Warner Brawlers or Smash Warners has now unofficially but officially released as an "open beta." We had a chance to play it early, so now we can tell you, per the usual, our deepest thoughts, feelings, opinions, and expel copious amounts of hot gas in the form of rants no one wanted to hear. Also, we talk briefly about the recent Rolling Stone Snyder Cut article. Check out all the links on --- Send in a voice message:
As we predicted a year ago, the 2nd season of the CW's Superman series unfortunately fell back on the network's staple tropes. In other news, the new Star Wars series "Obi-Wan Kenobi" was a series. Our thoughts, reactions, and tangential rants, as always, on this week's episode. Visit for more. Note: Paulie Walnuts actor Tony Sirico passed away the day after we recorded this episode. No disrespect was intended. --- Send in a voice message:
That's right, back to talking about DC again. Will we ever cover anything that isn't Marvel or DC? Maybe at some point, we'll just have to wait and see. Not today though, because this episode we have a spoilers discussion about the latest season of Young Justice and whether the move to streaming-only has affected its quality. Find all our links at --- Send in a voice message:
Spoiler! It's yet another Marvel review. The cycle repeats: we give our reactions, thoughts, theories, predictions, asides, struggle to not shout over each other, and go on unrelated rants about The Flash. Could there be another universe where we ever stay on topic? Find out on this episode! Check out all links at --- Send in a voice message:
This week it's yet another episode about a Marvel series on Disney Plus, but this time the series is a bit more dissociated from the MCU continuity than the rest. Was the Oscar Isaac-led solo outing a potential new trendsetter for future Marvel projects? Listen now and find out! All links available on --- Send in a voice message:
Was Morbius really that bad? It's the newest entry in Sony's Spider-less Cinematic Universe; it's not Venom, it's Morbius! This week, we discuss Jared Leto's latest role as a comic book character gone batty, and whether this film is actually as much of a dud as critic ratings have portrayed. Find all our links at --- Send in a voice message:
This episode we talk about the new superhero film from Warner Bros. Surprise, it's about Batman! Again. Was it the best one yet, or another entry in an endless stream of comic book movies that we'll forget about by the time they move onto the next reboot in 5 years? Find out on this week's podcast. Check us out on --- Send in a voice message:
Capes, mercenaries, and bounty hunters... the mission this week is to get up to speed on what we've been watching since the end of last year, and as is standard practice, to discuss our reactions, predictions, and of course go on plenty of rants. --- Send in a voice message:
With the release of Sora in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and the game now considered to be a completed project by Nintendo, it was time for us to take a long, nostalgic look back on the series and our respective experiences playing through each iteration, including what we thought of all the DLC fighters as well as who we wished could have made it into the roster, but were ultimately left out. Cover art by: All our links: --- Send in a voice message:
This year, there will be carnage when Halloween kills Utterly Nonsense! Evil comes home again as we review the sequel to the latest reboot of the Michael Myers saga, in addition to the second installment of Sony's Venom film series. Were our predictions from 3 years ago accurate, and have our opinions changed since then? Find out on this episode of the podcast. Check out for links to all our platforms, and if you like the show, give us a rating on Apple Podcasts! --- Send in a voice message:
Alien rings, a trip through time with Tom Hiddleston, and a series of questions that lead to different worlds. As you probably guessed, we're talking about Shang-Chi, Loki, and What IF in a single Marvel-themed episode focused on connecting the dots of where the MCU could be heading with the introduction of the multiverse concept, and whether or not it's still exciting after seeing the whole alternate-Earth idea played out with DC's television shows. Check out for links to all our platforms, and if you like the show, give us a rating on Apple Podcasts! --- Send in a voice message:
The CW's take on the Man of Steel has aired its full first season, which naturally means it's time for us to get straight into it about how the series held up throughout all its episodes thus far, and whether the finale delivered a satisfying climax to what was a highly promising start. --- Send in a voice message:
Years after the whole fiasco that was Gunn's firing by Marvel and subsequent hiring by DC (and then re-hiring by Marvel), the long-awaited quasi-reboot/semi-sequel to 2016's Suicide Squad has finally come out in theaters and on HBO Max. In this episode we discuss our thoughts on the Troma alum's take on the property, character moments that stood out, the not-so subtle themes, background details, and more. --- Send in a voice message:
We're back it again reviewing another installment of the MCU, and this time it's the long-awaited solo outing for the series' most popular female Avenger... post mortem. Did Scarlett Johansson's late heroic alter ego get a fair shake at leaving her mark on the franchise, or did the film lose its bite due to excessive sterilization of the intended darker undertones in addition to numerous delays resulting from the pandemic? Find out on this episode! Check us out at --- Send in a voice message:
Reaching what finally seems to be the tail end of a year-long pandemic, we convened once again to talk about Zack Snyder zombies, Marvel trailers no one is interested in, and a couple DC shows. --- Send in a voice message:
Departing from our usual cycle of covering DC and Marvel properties, this time we're talking Amazon's newest R-rated and animated superhero series, Invincible. Is it really as good as critics have been saying, and of course, how does it compare to the source material from Image Comics? As always, these questions and more answered on this episode. All links on --- Send in a voice message:
MORTAL KOMBAT is once again a new film in theaters, and we've kome to test its might. How well does it utilize the now vast amount of source material from the games, and how does it kompare to the original movie version from 1995 and the web series from 2011/2013? Also, who the hell is Cole Young and why does anyone care? Get all the details on this episode. --- Send in a voice message:
The Mike, The Jack, and The CJ unite once again to review, rant, rave, rage, and ramble about the newest Marvel series to stream on Disney+. As you would likely expect, they explore how it compares to WandaVision, draws on elements from the comic books, and what its implications are for the inevitable next 40 installments of the MCU. Find all our social media and alternative platforms on: --- Send in a voice message:
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