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 TheFalcon and the Winder Soldier will begin. SPOILERS ahead.
Jerome and Brian are back to discuss a movie five years in the making. Was it worth the wait (SPOILER: Not really) and whether the final 20th Century Fox/Studios Marvel movie is worthy enough for the Pantheon or Pile of Shame.
Jerome and Brian are back for another redux. This week, listen to their thoughts on the original X-Men movie, back when black leather was all the rage. Then listen to them as they discuss the very first MCU movie, Iron Man from 2008. Enjoy!
The X-Men films have had some really strong performances featuring some of the best actors alive. However those very same actors have also delivered the weakest, hammiest performances of their career in the infamously up-and-down series. As such, ranking the best performances in the series….was not as easy as I initially expected? I don’t know. It was fun though. Enjoy the photos!
Three(!!!) years ago Mike & Matt celebrated the conclusion of their X-Men podcast with an aggregated ranking of the films. In that time they got a better logo, two more movies have come out and some of their opinions have changed. Matt’s anyway. Mike writes his ideas in ink.
Ben Phillips & Matt Waters are sick to death of Oscar contenders so have decided to get their spy on instead, examining how the Mission: Impossible, Bourne and James Bond franchises have danced around each other over the years.
Jerome and Brian discuss Deadpool 2. Although very popular, there is a split in their feelings about this movie. There’s continuing conversation about fridging, and Jerome discusses the sometimes complicated nature of false binaries. A good episode this week as the duo attempts to figure out what will happen next in this franchise. Continue reading The Superhero Pantheon: Volume 2, Episode 40: Deadpool 2
With the first three Phases of the MCU firmly in the books and nothing on the horizon until 2020, Ben & Matt close out this volume of the podcast with a look at the distant future, including the 11 projects announced as Comic-Con and more.