Episode 315: All-New All-Different Marvel

Last week, Marvel released their new slate of titles to follow Secret Wars. This week, Blake and Erin peruse the previews and talk about which ones look like they’ll be worth reading and which ones they’re probably going to pass on. And they also discuss the most important question: just how “all-new, all-different” does it really look like Marvel is getting?

And what’s cool this week? Blake is enjoying Bizarro #2 and Will Eisner’s The Spirit #1!

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

Episode 315: All-New All-Different Marvel

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Episode 307: A Good Day For Geek TV

The new season of The Walking Dead starts tonight, and that means we’ll have five live-action, prime time TV shows based on comics at once, with several more on the way. This week, Blake and Erin talk about the beginnings of The Flash and Gotham, the new season of Agents of SHIELD, Peter Capaldi’s first season on Doctor Who, and take a brief detour into this year’s Phineas and Ferb Halloween Special.

And what’s cool this week? Erin is into Diana Rowland‘s My Life as a White Trash Zombie, and Blake recommends Rocket Raccoon #4 and Earth 2: World’s End #1.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

Episode 305: All the News From San Diego (That We Felt Like Talking About)

The Showcase returns! Newlyweds Blake and Erin get together this week to discuss the news from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con — movement in the Marvel and DC Cinematic universes, tons of new books and crossovers from IDW Publishing, surprising licenses coming to comics, the future of Godzilla and other Kaiju at Legendary, and much more!

And what’s cool this week? Erin loved Stephen King‘s latest novel, Mr. Mercedes, and Blake had fun with the Phineas and Ferb Star Wars Special and the first issue of DC’s Grayson.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

Age of Ultron Puzzle

Episode 301: The Marvel Cinematic Universe-Now What?

Now that the guys have absorbed the cataclysmic events of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, they’re ready to sit back and talk about how this will affect the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. How is this going to change Agents of SHIELD? What’s going to be different in the Marvel movies and TV shows from now on? Where do they go from here? The guys get super-spoilery on everything Marvel has done, make predictions about the films and TV shows already in development, talk about those projects still in the rumor stage, and then give their own suggestions for what properties they’d like to see join the MCU! Plus: what other studios are trying to duplicate the MCU’s success?

And what’s cool this week? Kenny has got his hands on the complete series of Reboot on DVD, while Blake’s ears have been immersed in the new album Music Inspired By the Life and Times of Scrooge.

You’re also all invited to join Blake’s latest adventures in Twitter-based humor @SurviveEnglishC.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

Episode 301: The Marvel Cinematic Universe-Now What?

At the Movies Episode 41: Captain America-The Winter Soldier

Blake is determined not to get into spoilers for Captain America: The Winter Soldier, which actually kind of makes it a miracle that this podcast is more than 20 seconds long. But he gives you brief impressions and his recommendation for the movie.

And what’s cool this week? Nobody is more surprised than us that Blake is into Superior Spider-Man #30. Nobody at all should be surprised that Blake was into Rifftrax’s Total Riff Off on the National Geographic Channel.

You’re also all invited to join Blake’s latest adventures in Twitter-based humor @SurviveEnglishC.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

At the Movies Episode 41: Captain America-The Winter Soldier

One Shot #16: Geek Media Inventory

With the world around him determined to make everything into a competition, this week Blake refuses to play the game. Instead, he talks about the many, many comic book properties currently in development as TV shows and movies, and explains why — no matter what you feel about any project in particular — it’s all very, very good.

And what’s cool this week? The revelation in Justice League 3000 #4 has Blake downright intrigued.

You’re also all invited to join Blake’s latest adventures in Twitter-based humor @SurviveEnglishC.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

Showcase One-Shot #16: Geek Media Inventory

At the Movies Episode 38: Thor-The Dark World

After some very busy weeks for our boys, the Showcase crew finally gets together to see Thor: The Dark World, give a spoiler-free review of the movie, and discuss its place in the larger Marvel Cinematic Universe. Contact us with comments, suggestions, or anything else at Showcase@CXPulp.com!

And what’s cool this week? Jason is enjoying season two of Revolution, while a jury duty-bound Blake hasn’t had time for anything but the six-minute short “The Night of the Doctor,” the prequel to next week’s Doctor Who 50th anniversary special.

Music provided by Music Alley from Mevio.

At the Movies Episode 38: Thor-The Dark World