The power couple focuses this week on the Godworld arc of Black Science, the book written by Rick Remender with art by Matteo Scalera, published by Image Comics. But first, in our week-in-review, we talk about watching Sailor Moon on Hulu (1:52) and share more Batman v. Superman news (4:05). We also cover NBC's live tv productions (7:21), Iron Fist on Netflix and in print (8:29), Gilmore Girls (10:37), the first arc of the newest DareDevil series by Charles Soule (12:02), images that have surfaced of movies currently in production (we're looking at you, Doctor Strange and Wonder Woman!) (13:37), DC's upcoming Rebirth (16:09), and the return of The Flash on the CW (16:51). In a rare foray into music, we also briefly discuss a newfound band (BABYMETAL) and their newly released sophomore effort (Metal Resistance) (20:37). After all that we dive into Black Science, specifically the 5-issue arc titled Godworld that just wrapped up this week with issue #21. With lots of creativity, introspection, and beautiful art, Remender and Scalera continue to take Black Science in interesting new directions.
The power couple committed to two things this week: Batman v Superman and the entire second season of DareDevil. Both were glorious and we discuss them in this episode.
The power couple discusses the first episode of season 2 of DareDevil on Netflix. There's more tv talk as we dive in and try to catch up on the highly praised FX show, The Americans. In comics this week we talk about Superman: American Alien #5, Power Man and Iron Fist #2, and Ms. Marvel. We also discuss some interesting podcasts from the week and other exciting geek news.
The power couple discusses the latest trailers for Game of Thrones and Captain America: Civil War, as well as some upcoming projects like Netflix's Iron Fist, the new Black Panther Series, and the Dark Tower movie. We also talk about Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny, a new Netflix original movie. Comic books from this week include Doctor Strange and Descender. And in television we discuss 11.22.63, Breaking Bad, and Cooked.
The power couple discusses the second trailer released for season 2 of DareDevil and briefly talk about Spectre, the latest Bond movie that was just released for home viewing. A lot of tv talk for this week as we cover the season finale for X-Files, the second episode of 11.22.63, The Bachelor, and Unreal. A couple of new podcasts include the Minimalists and The Podcast Dude, both of which offer helpful tips for life and stuff. Awesome comics this week included Dark Knight III and Black Magick. Also, an article from The Atlantic sheds light on the secretly warring factions from disparate parts of Texas that demand satisfaction via credit for creation of the breakfast taco.
The power couple discusses the new Deadpool movie and the trailer for season 2 of DareDevil on Netflix. We debut our new metal theme music, provided courtesy of Ryan McCracken. In tv stuff we talk 11.22.63, Hulu's new mini-series based on the Stephen King book of the same name. We also hit on the second to last episode of the new X-Files. Comic book talk includes Power Man and Iron Fist, Superman: American Alien, and Lazarus.
The power couple tries to make it easier to record by basically eliminating format... and research... and cogency. For comics we briefly touch on DareDevil, Pretty Deadly, and the new Spider-Man series. In television the X-Files is back, Legends of Tomorrow has aired a few episodes, and Unreel and The Batchelor are on Charlene's mind a lot. We also talk about superior podcasts like Stuff You Should Know, the Channel 33 podcast network, and The Vertical.
The power couple is back after a long hiatus with episode 13 of GeekChew! We talk about Chrononauts, the new Image Comics series from writer Mark Millar and artist Sean Murphy. We also discuss the first four episodes of the new Daredevil series from Netflix. Then we close out with our Notables, from the X-Files to Cadbury chocolate.