Note: This article initially ran without any link or explanation of the initial CBR tweet/article. We do not condone giving such a place any traffic, and as such we provide an archive of the initial tweet here. Recently, I stumbled across a rather annoying tweet from Comic Book Resources. Big surprise, right? A shit factory pumps out a fresh log, not exactly something unexpected. The entire tweet just read “Teen Titans’ Beast Boy Needs To Come Out of the Closet”. I immediately lost my shit. How dare they suggest that sweet, wholesome, utterly stupid, hopeless romantic Gar was gay! Immediately, I […]
So we’re 25 episodes deep, 3 seasons worth of content. Got season 4 started, and groundwork for 5 laid down. It might not look it, but we’re pretty busy. So let’s take a look at what all has changed recently, eh? -So we finished up Season 3, which was our Multiverse season. It went well, listeners increased exponentially. We consider this a success. -We’ve started Season 4, which as was revealed on our Twitter, will be Hellboy. Season 5 has been planned, and books have been purchased. Subject will be revealed at a later date. -Oh yeah, we’ve got a […]
Part 2 of a 2-part season finale! Alex Ross vs Alex Ross! DC vs Marvel! Now it’s DC’s turn. This week, it’s Kingdom Come! Intro music is “Infinity” by Louise Byrne.
Part 1 of a 2-part season finale! Alex Ross vs Alex Ross! DC vs Marvel! See how the Marvel side holds up here, with Earth X! Intro music is “Infinity” by Louise Byrne.
Superman gets painfully British. Even the great John Cleese cannot save this one. They all can’t be winners though, right? Intro music is “Infinity” by Louise Byrne.
So let’s say Superman’s ship landed in the Soviet Union. Instead of Truth, Justice, and the American way, what does Superman become a symbol of? And why are we cheering on Lex Luthor? Intro music is “Infinity” by Louise Byrne.
This week, it’s all about Marvel’s Exiles. Hopping reality to reality, trying to right wrongs, all so they can come home again. This allowed us to look at multiple realities in the scope of 1 episode. Intro music is “Infinity” by Louise Byrne