Anthony, Imran and Rugboy invite listener and scientist Adam Morris to geek out about the science of superheroes! Adam, an environmental and wildlife toxicologist, shares stories from his time studying polar bears in the arctic and breaks down some scientific origins for superhero powers.
Anthony and Imran are joined by John Bellotti Jr. to remember Carrie Fisher and talk Rogue One box office, spoilers for Justice League and Deadpool in the Wolverine movie rumors! Plus, the gang rank the 2016 Superhero movies from worst to best, give out geek recommendations and share listener email!
Anthony, Imran and Rugboy discuss The Batman casting rumor about Robin, AT&T buying Time-Warner, if Dr. Strange will have a memorable score, why Thor: Ragnarok may be the best Thor movie yet, the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 teaser trailer, the first trailer for Logan, Donald Glover as young Lando and much more! Plus, thoughts on this week’s Supergirl, The Flash, Arrow and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and a speakpipe message from Mr. Throwback Thursday!
The hosts discuss Spider-Man: Homecoming filming in New York City, the new Dr. Strange IMAX trailer, CW Superman in action, Marvel and Netflix’s upcoming schedule, the opening credits to Luke Cage, why Abin-Sur was flying a space ship and Wonder Woman writer, Greg Rucka, confirming her sexuality. Plus, a look ahead to season 3 of The Flash and season 5 of Arrow on CW , Gotham, Agent’s of S.H.I.E.L.D, and the Nerd’s illustration for A Place To Hang Your Cape’s anti-bullying charity calendar!
Anthony, Imran and Rugboy remember Gene Wilder, discuss Ben Affleck’s Deathstroke reveal on the set of Justice League and review the series-finale of The Night Of on HBO in this edition of The Jock and Nerd Weekly! The hosts also geek out about the huge DCEU rumor dump, Dolph Lundgren joining Arrow Season 5, the Stranger Things Season 2 announcement, thank a new patron and more!
Kate Amatuzzo, co-host of See, Here’s The Podcast, joins Anthony and Imran to geek out about Suicide Squad, Man of Steel, Zendaya’s role in Spider-Man: Homecoming, the Batman VR game and much more. The hosts discuss comic book conventions, writing for a blog vs. podcasting, standout female characters in genre films, and the X-Men movie universe. Plus, recommendations from the hosts, listener feedback and Imran and Kate bond over musical theater all in this episode!
Suicide Squad and Godzilla early reviews, CW’s Superman suits up and more, plus a review of Batman: A Killing Joke and recommendations from the hosts all in this jam-packed episode! Anthony and Imran welcome back Rugboy from his vacation and special guest Matt Delhauer geek out about the news and discuss the latest animated feature from DC, it’s relevance in today’s culture and the how it handles the source material. The gang share what they’ve been watching and share listener feedback!
Anthony, Imran and Rugboy discuss comic book video game news from E3, what we learn from the leaked Batman v Superman Ultimate Edition cut and Danny Glover joining the cast of Spider-Man: Homecoming! Rugboy reviews the WarCraft movie, then the gang cover new details about the TOHO Godzilla franchise, Teen Wolf being cast as Superman, listener email and more! The show gets expertly trolled and Mr. Durite hates on video games in the post show!
Anthony, Imran and Rugboy pay their respects to Muhammad Ali, and discuss the latest breaking news regarding the Marvel Cinematic Universe, DC Extended Universe, Star Wars, Godzilla, Pacific Rim and more! The hosts try to answer the question, “Is fandom broken?” and share some recommendations! Plus, listener comments and email and another dirty story from The Geek Knight!
The Free Comic Book Day celebration at Pastimes Comics and Games continues! In part two, Anthony and Imran chat with Chicago’s King of Geeks Elliott Serrano and artist Joseph “Tinman” Tinaglia. Elliott talks about writing Grumpy Cat for Dynamite Press, the Ash vs. Evil Dead show borrowing a catchphrase he wrote, how Star Wars got him interested in comic books and more. Joe shares his creative process and how he combined his love for superheroes and Chicago in his art.