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Aquaman, the latest DCEU offering from Warner Bros, was one of the surprise success stories of 2018 having now taken over $1bn worldwide! Following hot on the heels of Wonder Woman, Aquaman tells the story og Arthur Curry - half human, half Atlantian - as he struggles in a world where he isn't quite sure whether he belongs on land or under the sea and James Wan has done a fantastic job of telling the story of one of comics most misunderstood characters. We'll also do a news round-up...
Into The Spider-Verse Review
For our first episode of 2019 we wanted to review Sony's "Into The Spider-Verse" which was a stunning way to end a brilliant year for comic-related film and television. The film also started 2019 by winning the Golden Globe for Best Animated Feature Film and all while receiving global praise for an interesting, exciting new look at a character we already know so much about. It's an all-star cast, a heart-felt script and a wonderful reminder of why we all love Spider-Man so much no matter...
Avengers Endgame Teaser Reaction
Finally the most anticipated film of 2019 has it's name - Avengers 4 is officially titled "Avengers: Endgame" and we have our first teaser trailer too! Picking up sometime after the events of Avengers: Infinity War, Endgame will see the remaining Avengers dealing with the consequences of Thanos' now-infamous finger snap which wiped out half of all living creatures in the universe to create a cosmic balance. We saw heroes and civilians disappear in the blink of an eye but what happened...
Captain Marvel Trailer Reaction
Just two months before Avengers 4 hits cinemas, we get our first solo outing with Captain Marvel - confirmed as being the most powerful hero in the entire MCU - and a chance to see her powers before we see them being put to use trying to defeat Thanos. The film is groundbreaking for Marvel as it will be their first Hollywood blockbuster starring a female superhero and takes place during the 1990s where we see younger versions of Nick Fury and Phil Coulson helping Carol Danvers investigate...
The Walking Dead - Season 9
Season 9 of The Walking Dead, AMC's smash hit post-apocalyptic zombie TV series, is now at the halfway point and having aired the mid-season finale this past weekend now seems a good time to look back at this season in context with the rest of the show. Have you enjoyed the new direction? What did you think of the shocking character exits we've seen this season? Can the show go on much longer? Tweet us with your thoughts!
Red Dead Redemption 2
It's been a long 8 years since Rockstar's "Red Dead Redemption" first made waves on the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 and finally one of the most sought after sequels of all-time has finally landed to critical acclaim. With an estimated 60 hours minimum of gaming time needed to fully explore this huge ever-changing map it's little wonder that sales of the game hit $725M on the opening weekend and so far 17 million copies have been sold worldwide leaving the game as a contender for 2018 Game...
A Tribute to Stan Lee
Stan Lee rose through the ranks of Marvel Comics (then known as Timely Comics) starting as a lowly assistant before becoming a writer, editor and ulimately becoming the driving force behind some of the most well known and beloved comic characters of all-time. Superheroes were always seen as untouchable and Stan successfully broke that mould by making his characters seem more human by giving them obvious character flaws, making them younger and shattering the idea that all heroes were...
Making A Murderer
Unless you've been living in a cave somewhere you've probably heard about "Making A Murderer", the smash-hit true crime documentary series from Netflix which looks into the questionable conviction of two men, Steven Avery and Brendan Dassey, over the murder of a young woman, Teresa Halbach. The first season delved deeply into the history of Steven, his previous wrongful arrest and conviction for which he served 18 years in prison and then the murder trial which ultimately led to him being...
Daredevil Season 3
Marvel Netflix have already released two seasons of Daredevil to critical acclaim with both being praised as true high points for not only comic TV shows but TV in general and with the recent release of season three it seems only right that we do a spoiler-filled review to talk about our favourite moments, the characters, the overall arc and just how much we love this show. Let us know your favourite moments over on our Twitter page and also keep your eyes peeled for our latest giveaway...
Rise of the Female Superhero
In this week's episode we're taking a look at some of the growing role of female superheros and women in superhero films in general. We'll cover the major basis like Black Widow and Wonder Women, look at films which have already been made and those currently in development. You can find us on iTunes and let us know your thoughts on Twitter too.
Console Wars: Megadrive vs SNES
The two early 90s gaming heavyweights - the Sega Megadrive and the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (aka SNES) - were released within a few years of each other and would go on to shape the lives of many young aspiring gamers. They gave us cultural icons like Mario and Sonic and set the stage for all consoles which have tried to follow in their footsteps. Rory is Team Megadrive while Stu is Team SNES, both have picked their ten favourite games and it's up to YOU to help us decide which...
Welcome to the first episode of the all-new Let's Talk podcast! Brought to you by Rory Greenfield and Stuart Bridson, formerly of the AI Comic Pod. To start things off and give new listeners a little introduction our tastes we've come up with our top five TV shows, movies, games, albums and comics. We would absolutely love to hear your feedback so you can catch us over on our Twitter and Facebook pages, let us know what you think and let us know your favourites too!