Jerome and Kevin continue their journey through AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, covering the penultimate season of the show which has moved from the setting of Dallas to the more apropos San Francisco.
Jerome and Kevin discuss the strength of the ensemble cast, cover some of the best moments and episodes of the series, the good and bad of the time jumps, and Kevin makes two bold predictions for the final season of the show.
Continue reading There’s Always Another Podcast: Episode 3
Plot summary: Following Zemo’s suggestion, Sam & Bucky head to Madripoor on the trail of the Super Soldier Serum and run into some old acquaintances.
Continue reading Marvel Mondays: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 3
Plot summary: Sick of Batman always foiling his schemes, Rupert Thorne hires the enormous assassin, Bane, to dispose of the vigilante once and for all.
Continue reading The Matt Signal – Episode 75: Bane
Plot summary: Selina Kyle struggles to maintain her promise to leave Catwoman behind her when The Ventriloquist and Scarface make her an offer she can’t refuse.
Continue reading The Matt Signal – Episode 74: Catwalk
Plot summary: Sam & Bucky form a prickly partnership as they pick up the trail of the Flag-Smashers, finding themselves uneasy allies of the new Captain America, John Walker.
Continue reading Marvel Mondays: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 2
Plot summary: The Clock King resurfaces armed with technology capable of temporarily slowing the passage of time, with Mayor Hamilton Hill once again in his sights.
Continue reading The Matt Signal – Episode 73: Time Out of Joint
Plot summary: When Joker steals an atomic bomb, Batman sees no other choice than to recruit Harley Quinn in order to track him down.
Continue reading The Matt Signal – Episode 72: Harlequinade
Jerome and Brian reflect on the first released MCU project in 18 months as they discuss some general thoughts on Wandavision. Although they duo did not determine whether this was Pantheon worthy (yet), they provided their feelings on one of the most anticipated and then dissected shows in recent memory.
Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: WandaVision
Apparently recapping Batman: The Animated Series twice a week isn’t enough for me, as I’ve decided to begin weekly coverage of the various forthcoming Marvel TV shows.
If I had a time machine I’d have started this column to coincide with the first episode of WandaVision, but I’ll get the ball rolling with my overall thoughts and then from next Monday episodic coverage of The Falcon and the Winder Soldier will begin. SPOILERS ahead.
Continue reading Marvel Mondays: WandaVision Series Review