In this episode we talk about the things we’ve been geeking out on for the past few months and then play a cruel, cruel game of Spoiler Trivia. Ryan has to answer trivia questions and for every one he misses the questioner gets to reveal a spoiler about Batman v. Superman (because Ryan is so lame he still hasn’t seen it). Find out what happens after the break!
Back in April, DC Comics and Mattel revealed the DC Super Hero Girls to the world. At the time, there was little information about the toy line beyond vague promises of figures, dolls, comics, books and clothing themed around DC’s strong lineup of female superheroes. Recently at New York Comic Con, the world got its first look at the toy line, including dolls based on Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and more!
Ant-Man – oh Ant-Man, you are the tiniest, and yet coolest man of all mans (men). And to celebrate your journey into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we present you with this evolution of every and all Ant-Mans (men) ever. YES, EVER!
Check out Ant-Man’s debut in “Man In The Ant Hill” (1962) all the way to “Current Ant-Man” (2015) in this awesome technicolor dream extravaganza infographic:
We all loved Breaking Bad, right? Were you wondering what Bryan Cranston’s next TV project would be?
Um, its some claymation-looking thing that’ll be on the Crackle streaming service called SuperMansion about a bunch of crude, stupid superheroes. Not exactly breaking (bad) new ground. Maybe it’s better than its trailer. It might almost have to be. Seriously, one of the big jokes is a Batman-type sitting on his own balls. As opposed to sitting on someone else’s balls. I’d better stop here. See the trailer after the cut.
The Flash took TV by storm this year for comic and superhero fans. Week after week the show brought us a colorful mix of villains, intrigue, and lots of superspeed hidden as slow motion. And it was fantastic. From the amazing pilot to the tear-jerking finale, The Flash gave us everything we could want from a comic book TV show. But what made The Flash so good? Why did it find its footing so quickly and why was it able to, sorry but I have to say it, hit the ground running? Especially when so many other comic book TV shows take a while to get going (yeah, Agents of SHIELD, love ya now but you know I’m looking at you)? I have the answer for you after the break.
I love bicycles and I love comic books but I’m not sure I love them together. Even the best writers get writers block sometimes. This became all too evident after reading this article about superheroes who ride bikes. If my superheroes want to go “green,” let’s keep them nuclear powered please.