The boys recap everything covered on DC's TV special "Dawn of the Justice League." New Wonder Woman footage, new concept art for Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg, the big announcement of the next hero to return to the big screen, and the brand new Suicide Squad trailer.
The guys go over the news and apparently it's about a bunch of directors doing/not doing big movies! What news is confirmed and what is only fan-cast fantasy? They also go over Doctor Strange Easter-eggs in Agent Carter, what Marvel character is coming back from the dead, and Stan Lee's health.
Happy New Year! The guys welcome in TPH-favorite Scott White to preview all of the upcoming movies, tv shows and comic book events in 2016. It's going to be a busy year...
Goodbye 2015! The boys discuss what went well and what was awful in 2015. Then the proceed to give their spoiler-free opinions on Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Look! Another group trying to cash in on Star Wars MANIA!!! This episode is brought to you by Star Wars. With the hype around this week's release of Star Wars The Force Awakens, the boys take a trip down memory lane and look at all of the different versions of Star Wars in comics. This next sentence is brought to you by Star Wars. Everything from the original New Hope tie-ins to the retelling of George Lucas's original script to the new Vader Down event.
Surprise! There's another superhero trailer out there! Okay, now that everybody is done feigning excitement, the boys take a close look at the newest Batman v Superman trailer. You will be amazed at how much speculation can come out of a trailer that tells you the entire plot to a movie...
The boys tear apart the new Captain America Civil War trailer. What clues and characters are hidden in the background? What behind-the-scenes knowledge are you missing out on? How will Spider-Man fit into all of this?
The guys spend this milestone episode reflecting on all of the things they are thankful for in the comic book realm. Everything from their favorite artists to their favorite stories to their favorite people.
Mark and Alex reflect on the recent tragedy in Paris and take the opportunity to review how real-world crises influence comic books in positive and negative ways. They cover everything from the poetic post-9/11 Spider-man to Frank Miller's absolutely-awful Holy Terror. Which superheroes came to popularity during world conflicts? Is punching an Islamic-extremist the same as punching Hitler?
The boys catch up on all the comic entertainment news they've missed over the last few weeks. Everything including a major villain being cast in the Walking Dead, that Preacher trailer, Nicole Kidman in Wonder Woman, and much much more. Seriously, there's a ton of ground covered in this one.