The teenage original X-Men are still stuck long past their time, so why not continue to fight the good fight?
The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Jimmy and Tom have some more to say about some episodes featuring such notable Batman villains as Calendar Girl, Farmer Brown, and a cat cult.
A somewhat forgotten Marvel team from the 70s, best remembered due to its odd line-up.
There’s a fine line between a faulty mutant power and a nearly useless one.
Jimmy no like X-Men: Apocalypse. Jimmy listen to Geeks praise X-Men: Apocalypse. Jimmy lists why they wrong. Jimmy also warns of spoilers. Jimmy no want to ruin movie for anybody.
We’ll probably have plenty to say about this movie on the podcast this week, but in the meantime, how about a quick, SPOILER-FREE review? You know, besides the one we … Read More
MidKnight Cosplay is no stranger to dressing up – and really outdid himself with these beautiful wings that are X-Men Angel’s most iconic part of him. And anyone that has … Read More