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Dan, Violet and Danny B return to the MCU for yet another Commen-table. It's not quite a roundtable, it's not quite a commentary track, it's both... and yet somehow neither!
The trio discuss their thoughts on the film before providing blow-by-blow commentary.
BUT FIRST... We address the feedback from our wonderful listeners as they share their universal love and celebration of Marvel's sci-fi phenomenon.#
1:52- Listener feedback
12:01- Roundtable discussion
18:42- Commentary track
Wonder Woman, all the fandom feeders are waiting for you, and the power you possess; in your satin tights, fighting for our rights!
Dan, Josh and Danny B have a lot to say about the upcoming Wonder Woman film and the implications that it has for the DCEU and female-led comic book movies in general.
But first we need to talk about Joss Whedon's upcoming Batgirl movie, Doctor Who's new companion, that incredible Thor: Ragnarok trailer and Josh Brolin's casting as Cable for Deadpool 2 in This Week In Geek.
0:00- Listener Feedback
22:31- This Week In Geek
56:25- Wonder Woman Wishlist
Dan, Josh and Danny B are joined by Violet to discuss Marvel and Netflix' divisive Iron Fist series. We get in to the show's highs and lows and whether it deserves the negative backlash it's garnered from critics.
We also dissect the latest trailers for Justice League and Spider-Man: Homecoming in This Week In Geek.
We follow up with some listener feedback and our Graphic Novel of the Week, Brian Michael Bendis' House of M.
08:19- This Week In Geek
28:52- Iron Fist Discussion
1:27:22- Listener Feedback
1:29:57- Graphic Novel of the Week.
The fandom feeders are ready to cross the rainbow bridge back into the MCU with this divisive and much underrated Marvel Studios film. Watch along with us as we debate the merits of the performances, cinematography and spectacular visual effects as well as the elements that we feel let the film down.
0:00- Intro, Roundtable and listener feedback.
12:40- Commentary track.
The fandom feeders dive back into the X-Men Universe for Hugh Jackman's last bow as the iconic character of Logan / Wolverine.
We discuss the legacy and impact that he has left on the character and how the film has re-defined what an X-Men film can be.
We also discuss our aptly chosen Graphic Novel of the Week, Barry Windsor Smith's Weapon X and share some listener feedback on Logan.
But before any of that we've got new images from Thor Ragnarok, casting for Star Trek Discovery and news of a Nightwing film to discuss in This Week In Geek.
7:57- This Week In Geek
30:19- Logan- Listener feedback and spoiler-free discussion.
45:24- Logan Review (spoilers).
1:50:34- Graphic Novel of the Week: Weapon X.
Josh and Danny B are back with Dan and they've brought vociferous opinions with them!
After talking a little about the death of Hellboy 3 and news on Thor: Ragnarok and Wonder Woman the trio dive into a mammoth retrospective of the X-Men films. We talk about the significance and impact as a franchise as a whole before sharing our individual likes and dislikes about each film.
To finish up we nominate our favourite films in the franchise and share some listener feedback.
17:47- This Week in Geek
32:25- Franchise overview
1:03:16- X2: X-Men United
1:22:14- X-Men: The Last Stand
1:45:50- X-Men: First Class
2:05:40- X-Men: Days of Future Past
2:21:04- X-Men Apocalypse
2:37:51- Our favourites and listener feedback.
It's been a long time and we feel that you deserve a little something extra to thank you for bearing with us for so long.
With that in mind, before our next proper episode Dan takes to the mic solo to discuss his views on The Lego Batman Movie as well as his unsolicited musings on the departure of Ben Affleck from The Batman's director's chair and what we might expect from his newly-announced replacement, Matt Reeves.
Dan, Josh and Danny B are back to review the geeky highlights and lowlights of 2016's films and television.
We'll also be sharing our listener's highs and lows for the year and discussing our most anticipated events of 2017.
11:54- This Year in TV
17:14- Daredevil Season 2
24:33- Stranger Things Season 1
36:35- Luke Cage Season 1
57:22- This Year in Film: Deadpool
1:03:17- Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
1:14:20- Captain America: Civil War
1:23:17- Suicide Squad
1:29:13- X-Men: Apocalypse
1:31:00- Doctor Strange
1:34:33- Rogue One / Carrie Fisher Tribute
1:41:09- Josh's highlights & lowlights
1:42:40- Listener feedback
1:51:12 Dan and Danny B's highlights and lowlights
Just in time for Christmas, we hope you enjoy our early gift for you. Dan and Josh team up with Andy Smith; host of The Smith Signal and Spies Over Drinks to bring you our no-holes-barred review of Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.
May the Force Be With You All this Christmas!
9:55- Rogue One Review
This podcast is afraid of me, I have seen its true face!
Dan, Josh and Danny B are back to chat all about the seminal graphic novel that changed the face of superhero fiction forever; Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons' Watchmen. We take some comments from our loyal listeners on the book and its subsequent film by Zack Snyder but not before discussing our reactions to new Star Trek Discovery casting, news of a Gotham City Sirens and Batman movie and the casting of Orm in Aquaman as well as breaking down the astonishing new trailers for Guardians of the Galaxy and Spider-Man Homecoming in This Week in Geek.
08:44- This Week In Geek
46:05- Listener Feedback
57:37- Watching (and Reading) The Watchmen