Next week, the Earth Station One crew chooses sides as Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Bobby Nash, and some special guests take a look at some of our favorite super-hero rivalries from comic books, TV, movies, and anywhere super-powered heroes do battle.
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Max Landis, writer of the found footage superhero hit Chronicle, is already hard at work putting together his plan for part two—and it sounds even cooler than the first installment. Spoilers ahead for the first Chronicle!
Landis said the found footage that made up the first film will be public knowledge, meaning Chronicle 2 will be set in a world where people know there may be super-powered teens flying around. Continue reading →
The engine of Hollywood is currently cranking out superhero movies and television shows that promise to bring nearly every childhood comicbook icon from the last 30 years into real life. As a long time comic addict, I can say with all honestly that I never ever thought I would see that day that I had a choice of seeing an X-Men, Thor, and Green Lantern movie all in the same month. There is something special about this time in movies.
On this weeks show we take a peek at all things Superman, from his beginnings in the 1930’s to Present Day, then we will be reviewing the new DVD All-Star Superman, based off the comic mini-series of the same name. Let’s leap over tall buildings with a single bound and join us for a podcast that we like to call Episode 49: Look, Up In The Sky, It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane.. Oh Wait, It is A Plane…
Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro / Welcome
0:04:39 Rants & Raves – Comic Book Exhibit, Battlestar Galactica, Ultra Retro Radio Guide Podcast, Comic Fan Health, Nathan Fillion wants to buy Firefly
0:29:08 The Geek Seat w/ Darren Nowell
0:45:50 All things Superman
2:00:37 All Star Superman DVD Review
2:14:05 Khan Report
2:16:57 ESO Quick Picks
2:21:05 Show Close
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Over the next three years we’re going to have the chance to see more than a dozen superhero films, mostly from Marvel and DC, but also a few others. To help keep track of it all we’ve created this handy guide to the 19 most notable titles that are supposed to come out (some more tentatively than others) through 2013.