Because life happens, I don't have the planned episode ready to go. So here's a bit of a fallback plan I've had for when this eventually happened. I take this episode to go over what's coming on the horizon so folks aren't hoping for me to review something that I don't have and am not planning to get to.
Spider-man is back on everybody's minds again following his debut in the latest Captain America: Civil War trailer. Host Nathaniel Wayne sits down with Ryan Daly to talk about the future of Spider-Man in film. Particularly, what villains could be used in the upcoming film series that either are worth revisiting or haven't been milked to death already?
In the wake of the seminal Spider-Man story Kraven's Last Hunt there was some unfinished and some deep scars left behind for Spidey. Host Nathaniel Wayne brings back guest Paul Scavitto to help dissect this particularly dark chapter in the web slinger's life.
From the pages of Captain America comes Lorenzo Lamas! Oh, wait, I mean Nomad! A man without a country wandering the nation... with a baby... that isn't his... strapped to his back... even during gun fights. Can this comic book take that questionable premise and spin gold with it? Host Nathaniel Wayne dives into this first issue to answer that very question.
Can Wolverine break the X-Men related comic books' streak of convictions? Is it possible to start piecing together Logan's history without spoiling what makes him enjoyable? Is it really confusing to introduce a new bald character called "The Professor" who ISN'T the one you immediately thought of? We've brought in our very own supervillain, Alexa Luthor, to answer these very questions.
The one and only Wade Wilson, aka Deadpool, has his own movie coming out soon. So this seems like the perfect time for this podcast to jump on the bandwagon and grab whatever topical attention it can by covering his first ever solo issue. Sean McFeeley returns to dissect the first ever title to bear the name of the Merc with a Mouth.
Host Nathaniel Wayne brings in the usual suspects (Paul Scavitto and Ryan Daly) and they've all brought their picks for an overrated comic books movie. Let the battle commence!
It's time to take a look at the contribution of another founding member of Image Comics. This time it's Erik Larson and his super-powered blue collar cop: The Savage Dragon. Host Nathaniel Wayne brings in guest Jon Van Luling to see is this off kilter take on the superhero holds up.