We catch up on trailers, Deadly Class, and movies we’ve seen.
We cover a lot of ground this week, including I Kill Giants (8:38), Oblivion Song (15:33), Gideon Falls (20:09), Ready Player One (24:37), and A Quiet Place (31:46).
This week's episode covers the new Vertigo book Imaginary Fiends, from Tim Seeley and Stephen Molnar (4:28), the Netflix series Dark (11:10), and the latest movie from Paul Thomas Anderson, Phantom Thread (18:11).
This episode we talk The Punisher on Netflix (7:20), The Runaways on Hulu (10:46), and the trailer for Avengers: Infinity War before we get into Thor: Ragnarok (25:40) and Justice League (31:38).
This week we start with some talk about the first five episodes of The Defenders on Netflix (6:40), then slide into Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (14:18) and Atomic Blonde (20:35), and cap it off with what might be our favorite book of the year, Mister Miracle, by Tom King and Mitch Gerads (26:02).
This episode we cover the season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones (10:44), the new Image book Generation Gone (20:25), Kumail Nanjiani's The Big Sick (26:14), and Dunkirk (34:24).
This week we riff on invisibility for reasons unknown before we get into the new anthology series Bitch Planet: Triple Feature (21:51) and the last two episodes of the first season of American Gods (36:20).
It's a busy episode with the first Black Panther trailer (3:25), the new comic book Destroyer (8:42), episode 6 of American Gods (19:53), and the Wonder Woman movie (28:51).
This week we talk about the new Netflix original movie War Machine (5:04), episodes 4 and 5 of American Gods (17:56), and A.D. After Death (29:44) by Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire.
This episode we talk about Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (13:15) and then move on to some Neil Gaiman material, to include the new show on Starz, American Gods (20:14), and his latest book, Norse Mythology (34:49).
Things we love and can't get over this week: Colossal (16:55), Rock Candy Mountain (27:18), and Bullwhip (32:56).
This week we talk about Iron Fist on Netflix (20:59) and the final two episodes of Legion on FX (38:37).
The power couple discusses episodes 5 & 6 of Legion (7:24), Kong: Skull Island (13:04), and Grass Kings, the new book from Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins (18:07).
The power couple talks the FX show Legion (6:06), Jeff Lemire's new book Royal City (17:34), and the movie Logan (24:35).
The power couple discusses the new FX show Legion (11:09), the Lego Batman movie (19:08), and issues 6 and 7 of All-Star Batman (24:18).
The power couple returns and is bad at math and can’t talk so good. We kick off episode 50 talking about some of the things we’ve missed over the last few months, then get into the CW’s new show Riverdale (15:45). We also discuss a couple of #1 issues from Image: Curse Words, by Charles Soule and Ryan Browne (20:28), and The Few, by Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman (28:50).
The power couple discusses the first six episodes of Netflix's new Marvel series, Luke Cage (8:59). We also talk about a new book from Image Comics, Moonshine, by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso (17:10). Then we wrap up by talking about HBO's new series West World (23:05).
The power couple discusses the recently concluded 8-episode mini-series from HBO, The Night Of (11:53). Then we dive into volume one of what quickly became our favorite new book, Marvel's The Vision, written by Tom King with art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta (26:04).
The power couple discusses Black Hammer, the new series from Image Comics, written by Jeff Lemire with art by Dean Ormston (12:16). We also talk movies with some Jason Bourne discussion (24:36) and Suicide Squad (34:13).
The power couple discusses news out of San Diego Comic Con, mostly the trailers for the upcoming Wonder Woman (2:18) and Justice League (4:06) movies. We also talk about some of the Marvel stuff (7:38), from Captain Marvel to Thor: Ragnarok to Marvel on Netflix. We then jump to Bo Burnham's new comedy special on Netflix (14:31), the last two episodes from season six of Game of Thrones (12:25), Pokemon Go (14:31), and Star Trek Beyond (16:23). After that we dive into the new Netflix series Stranger Things (19:03), a fantastic new show created by the Duffer Brothers, with a great cast that includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, and many more. Finally, we talk volume one of Monstress, a series from Image Comics written by Marjorie Liu with art by Sana Takeda (28:53).