Daredevil returns from the seeming dead to once again battle Wilson Fisk.
It’s back to Battleworld to see the place where the Marvel heroes were Western-style heroes instead of the superhero type.
The four protagonists of the Marvel Netflix series team up to take on a threat none could handle alone.
When the Geek Founders are away, sometimes the auxiliary Geeks get tired of waiting and decide to make the show themselves. How did they do?
Once again Ryan and I are polar opposites when it comes to all things geeky. This shouldn’t be a surprise, as this is a man that likes Krull. He also loved Daredevil Season Two. I did not. More (including spoilers) after the break.
Daredevil returned to Netflix with new episodes last Friday. I may be the only writer here so far to finish the new episodes. Color me surprised. I just must have … Read More
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Marvel’s Last Days branded Secret Wars tie-ins are supposed to give us the stories surrounding “What will our heroes do with their final hours before it all ends?” Unfortunately, most of these … Read More
This week the podcast came out a day early, but I got a new Kindle Fire and don’t know yet how to download the show before going to work to … Read More