Is this sequel to the fairly popular first film up to snuff, or is it ‘Red Dead?’
Join us in this episode, as we stay as far away from each other as possible, and discuss the implications of the COVID-19 pandemic on pop culture in the future. We also continue our look at the history of comic book movies in the year 2007.
In this time of feeling isolated, Ken and Richard describe their ideal concert festival. They also continue the History of Comic Book Movies segment with “30 Days of Night” from 2007.
Join us for a riveting discussion with Casey Ross, the creator of Arcade Fire: The Redemption of Billy Mitchell, a diatribe about shopping cart etiquette, and we speculate about the possibility of corporate intrigue at DC Comics.
Ken and Richard have a ball discussing the upcoming MLB season and the state of American Cinema. They also finish up with the year 2006 in the History of Comic Book Movies!
The excitement is palpable as your hosts tackle a variety of subjects: Fallout from our national obsession with the Super Bowl, a discussion of our favorite (and less well known) fast food franchises, and we continue our discussion of comic book movies in the year 2006.
The new Birds of Prey movie is out! Is it something to squawk about, or will it be pigeon-holed as just another comic book movie?
We have the extraordinary fortune of sitting down with legendary artist/writer Jimmy Palmiotti! You may know him best from such works as Painkiller Jane or The Pro, or you may even know him from his work on the extremely popular Harley Quinn comic from DC.
Today, we bring you a lively discussion about the upcoming Academy Awards with our fabulous entertainment correspondent Linzi Gray! Also, we address Disney’s attempt to change the name of 20th Century Fox, and we continue our voyage through the history of Comic Book Movies with “Art School Confidential” from 2006.
In this episode (the second of our new format), Ken and Richard talk about what they love in Fallout 4, continue the History of Comic Book Movies with the movie 300, and have their friendly news correspondent Delvin Cox stop by to talk about the Impeachment!
Join us for the second part of our discussion about comic book movies released in 2005. We promise that we mostly stay on topic and only mispronounce less than half of the names!
The year 2005 was stuffed with so many comic based movies, that we could only fit half of them in this episode! Join us for the part 11 in our History of Comic Book Movies series.
This episode is part 10 of our journey through the history of comic book movies. Join us in the year 2004!
The Pudding Guys continue their stroll down memory lane with part 9 of our series on the history of Comic Book Movies. Was 2003 a good year for the genre? Listen and see!
Join the Pudding Guys and their good friend, Delvin Cox, from The Delvin Cox Experience, as we take a look at the newly released “Joker” movie. There’ a lot of ‘clowning around’ in this episode, but don’t wig out–We ‘nose’ what we’re doing!
It’s time to delve into the history of Comic Book Movies again! Today, we visit 2002 in part 8 of our series on this topic!
Listen to the conversation as Ken talks with Heather Antos, editor at Valiant Entertainment, known a creator of the character “Gwenpool!” This interview was conducted from his secret (somewhat echo-y) submarine lair, but the transmission from Heather comes through loud and clear.
In the second part of our coverage for Indy PopCon, we get the opportunity to sit down with a fantastic comic artist, Stuart Sayger, who (at this time) is working on covers for the KISS comic for Dynamite Press.
This week, we talk with Markisan Naso, creator of what is likely the only sci-fi culinary comic! Talk about food for thought!
Join your hosts as we review the final installment of the FOX Studios X-Men movie series! Laugh along as we misread our notes and mispronounce names.