Tuesday Night Comics Podcast 101 – Benedict Cumberbatch and the Beard of Wispiness...

Welcome to episode 101 of the Tuesday Night Comics podcast! This is a fun episode. Besides giving you our picks of the week The Twenty, we discuss the latest trailer to Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice. And we end up on some interesting tangents. These pics will give you a hint as to the weird places in comic bookdom where we end up this episode. And since it’s episode 101, we give you a 101 level course on a character you probably know nothing about! http://ia601500.us.archive.org/4/items/TuesdayNightComics101/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20101.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Tuesday Night Comics Podcast Episode 100!!!!...

We did it! 100 straight weeks of the Tuesday Night Comics Podcast! To celebrate, Billy and Dave discuss the newly dropped Captain America: Civil War trailer. If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, you can watch it here! Billy and Dave also talk about what comics they bought during comiXology’s massive Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales, give their picks for what new comics to buy on Wednesday 12/2/15, and give in-depth reviews of Dark Knight III #1, Ringside #1, Transformers vs. GI Joe Volume 1, Tomasi and Gleason’s pre-Flashpoint run of Batman and Robin, and Scott Snyder and Jock’s run on Detective Comics, The Black Mirror. http://ia601508.us.archive.org/24/items/TuesdayNightComics100/Tuesday%20Night%20Comics%20100.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android |...

Ant-Man – Review Jul29

Ant-Man – Review...

I’ve been a bit behind on my movie reviews. Looking over recent posts will definitely confirm this. I’ve actually seen a few movies that I just haven’t had to sit down to review. I’m hoping to turn the review train around with today’s review of Ant-Man. Ant-Man is the latest movie from the consistently excellent Marvel Studios. Think about the comic book movies you’ve liked best over the past seven years. Chances are they’re mostly Marvel Studios movies. Yes, Warner had The Dark Knight and Fox gave us X-Men: Days of Future Past, but by and large, the great superhero movies are coming from Marvel Studios. In the comic books, Ant-Man is founding member of the Avengers, but he didn’t make it into the first two Avengers movies. It’s safe to say that Ant-Man is definitely not a household name. Unlike Guardians of the Galaxy, Ant-Man comics have not been met with much success over the past few years (decades?). That’s why I think it’s great that Marvel Studios has taken a B-list (C-list?) superhero and made an A-list movie out of him. Spoilers follow after the poster. You’ve been warned. Paul Rudd plays the title character in Ant-Man. Like in the comics, Rudd’s character Scott Lang is not the first to wear the Ant-Man costume. The first Ant-Man was Hank Pym, the scientist who discovered Pym particles, which allow things to be shrunk or enlarged. In the comics, Pym is a straight-up scientist turned costume adventurer. In the movie, a major change is made to his background. Pym is still a scientist, but also a secret agent of SHIELD. He’s like a tiny Winter Soldier – sent out on secret missions, with people thinking he’s nothing more than an urban legend among the...