It has been a long time since we have tackled the world of comic book swashbuckling, so we’re doing it with style by inviting one of our ol’ friends to talk funny books and martial arts – the maestro of Kung-Fu Drive-in Podcast, Geoff Vita!
We’re heading off to Ta Lo to discuss some of the bigger pictures of the new Marvel Phase, discussing representation in the new run of Marvel movies, and of course how much kickass is the new MCU butt-kicker kickin
So join us as we head to a mystical land, and remember, ‘kick, punch, it’s all in the mind‘
Ok, here we fu!
Danny Rand… we’ve said quite a lot of things about Danny Rand’s Bland Fight To Unhand The Hand. Well now it is time to discuss the last time we’ll have to deal with this, the most underwhelming of the Marvel shows.
Did it pick up from Season 1? Has Danny become a better character? What about a better person? …a better fighter? A better *anything*?!
Well settle in as we discuss some of the last of the Netflix Marvel U – it’s The End: Iron Fist
Ok, here we go…
Much like Thanos, this review was inevitable.
First, this is a spoiler laden episode. From the Hulk turning purple to Captain America’s cousin Oliver coming in to save the whole of the universe – we pull no punches on the talk, so if you haven’t gotten to Endgame yet, sit this one out for now.
Beyond that, we’re doing what we do – and that’s jabber on endlessly about a movie that will change the way we think about movies – only insomuch as we have never ever seen something that took 20+ movies to make and 15 years to see to fruition. Love it or hate it – it is hard to not be impressed.
So join the Somethings for Episode 135 where we discuss at length Endgame – aka – Ant-Man’s Fantastic Voyage.
Well, join Podcast Rob and Hatton on Episode 134as they deep dive into the documentary Behind The Curve, available on Netflix, which discusses the possibility that this planet we all know and love (planet here meaning a celestial body moving in an elliptical orbit around a star.)
Please check out Livestream For The Cure on May 17th – 19th – great people with a great cause. We’ll be on Saturday, May 18th from 9:30pm-10pm, but we encourage you to check out all the great shows and segments streaming that weekend!
A quick bit of upkeep – you may have noticed that episodes no longer have an ‘Episode #’ – well that’s because Apple has been asking people to put the kibosh on that, lest you lose any sort of ranking you may have had.
So now you can find the episode number in the text, right here: Episode 133 – If I find out that this is wrong, they’ll come back.
So now to the meat and potatoes of every single part of the world of movies, summer blockbusters, comics, and all of your nerdy friends. ENDGAME!
The Somethings settle in and start talking about what has happened – what is coming – and if we could have our way, what we would want to come next….
So settle in kids, it’s time to completely be wrong about a 3 hour movie.
Also, please check out Livestream For The Cure on May 17th – 19th – great people with a great cause. We’ll be on Saturday, May 18th from 9:30pm-10pm, but we encourage you to check out all the great shows and segments streaming that weekend!
Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes all shapes and sizes come in one superhero, teaming up with Freckles.
So it’s time to checkout how things are going right before the Infinity War as Antman rides again, and this time he’s bringing a whole slew of characters with him. Review #7 is here, Antman & the Wasp
A couple of weeks ago, the world lost a legend in not just comics, but in entertainment. So much of our entertainment world in the last twenty years has been painted with the colors that Stan Lee helped create that it is impossible to think of a world that never had him.
So join the Somethings as we pay tribute to a man who didn’t just get us to Make Mine Marvel, but gave us our No Prize and made us all True Believers.
Thank you Stan – James & Rob
Heading to a moment in the Marvelverse we seem to have neglected!
That’s right, it’s Something In Review with the 3rd and strangest installment of the Thor franchise – RAGNAROK!
So get in the fight on Planet Hulk and get ready as you face off against Marvel’s hottest villain yet…. ok here we go!
First off. SPOILERS.
I mean, there won’t be any in this paragraph, but in this episode – we barely get 3 minutes in before we’re all ‘Thanos killed Dumbledore’ and ‘Captain America was Bruce Willis the whole time’. It’s like we have done our best to keep our silence to wait for this very episode!
And better than bursting with excitement, just the two of us, we brought along some friends!
We have Kristel (Twitter: @yeagerkristel) and Nicole (Twitter: @nicole4783) from Two Girls, One Mic, which you can find on the Geeks World Wide Podcast Network (thegww.com) and they hang with us and talk about our favorite moments, the moments that fell short, and nerd out over the decade it took for us to get here.
So grab your Tesseract, snap your fingers, and ok, here we go!
Ten years in the making culminates this week.
So what are the Somethings going to do? They’re going to breakdown the entirety of the MCU into easily digestible chunks and rate every movie that has lead up to the Infinity War!
Who made it into Hatton and Rob’s top 3? Well, you are about to find out. So get your bling’d out glove, and lets Assemble.
But before we do, go check out Hatton’s debut novel, TRIO, available on Amazon Kindle.
And, more importantly, be sure to check out the Epic Film Guys, Livestream For The Cure. Help them fight raise awareness and money to help fight cancer.
With all that said… let’s get to ranking!
Ok, here we go!
You seem to be doing ok. You’re taking some anger management courses. The agency is doing ok. You have an associate in Malcolm. What could go wrong?
Probably a bad question in Hells Kitchen, eh?
That’s right, the Somethings are back tackling the hard drinking hard hitting purple fearing badass bitch of the Netflix MU, and we tell you what we think from top to bottom. Did we love it? Did we hate it? There’s only one way to find out. Smile and click below.
Two quick asides. The first, we want to congratulate our sponsor Quixotic Games for selling out of the first printing of Dungeon Alliance. Here’s to a hundred more.
Second, at the beginning of the episode there are a couple of words about our friends the Epic Film Guys. Please, check out their Livestream For The Cure on May 18-20th.
Now though… time to go!