It’s time for the Pudding Guys to dip their toes into the pirahna-infested waters of reviewing the “Snyder Cut” of Justice League. Is it for hours of brilliance, a sleep-inducing mess, or something in between?
It’s history time–the history of comic book movies, that is! Ken and Richard return to 2013 where Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Kick-Ass 2, and other productions still await to be discussed, dissected, and delineated!
Twenty-Thirteen was a big year for comic book movies, with 16 productions! Join Ken and Richard as they cover (in no particular order) half of that total, from a new incarnation of Superman in Man of Steel, and the second stand-alone character film in the X-Men franchise, The Wolverine, to short films such as The Gwaii and Marvel One-Shot: Agent Carter.
In this episode, your intrepid hosts have the opportunity to speak with comic creator, Mike Phillips, in anticipation of his upcoming project: The Tessellation.
This week, the Pudding Guys continue our exploration of the history of comic book movies. Next up is a year that included an interesting spread of movies most people will recognize, but it also produced a few more obscure comic-related titles. Join us now as we explore the year, 2012!
It’s time for part two of The History of Comic Book Movies for 2011! In this year, the Marvel Comics Universe really began to take off with the addition of Captain America: The First Avenger and Thor. Ken and Richard discuss these and the other titles that premiered in the rest of twenty-eleven.
It’s an exciting time–We finally have a new comic book movie to review! Ken and Richard dive into the HBO Max premiere of Wonder Woman 1984. Hear what these super-friends have to say about it!
It’s hard to believe, but the History of Comic Book Movies has reached the year 2011, and there are a lot of movies to go over! So, in this episode we cover the half that do not touch on the MCU, including Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance and X-Men: First Class.
At long last, we return to our History of Comic Book Movies series! This time, it’s personal–or maybe it’s 2010? This was a big year for the comic book movie genre, with 10 entries for Ken and Richard to discuss and disect.
In the past, we’ve shown a lot of love to live-action adaptations of our comic favorites. This episode, Richard focuses on some of the animated offerings from Marvel and DC. He also discusses some of the next generation gaming consoles that will be dropping soon!
The History of Comic Book Movies series continues! The Pudding Guys have made it to the year 2009. It only took a little Push, but you know they like to Watchmen until their screens Whiteout. Something, something, Wolverine.
Ken reviews the new Netflix movie, The Old Guard. Will it be an instant action classic, or just old hat?
In another retro review, Ken takes on Josh Brolin’s third most famous comic book movie role, Jonah Hex from 2010. Was it a root’in, toot’in good time, or did it leave Ken scarred for life? Saddle up and listen!
Ken reviews the newest action outing for Chris Hemsworth in the new Netflix feature film, Extraction. Does he have the star power to hammer it home?
Ken reviews the Sci-Fi/Western mashup, Cowboys & Aliens, from 2011! Can director, Jon Favereau continue to dazzle with this film? Let’s saddle up and find out! (Was that joke spurious?)
Today’s episode concerns Ken and Richard’s favorite musical artists, and the times those groups made an album that was radically different, or even revolutionary! They also discuss a comic book movie from 2008 — The Spirit, and the changing nature of business during COVID-19.
Tired of being cooped up in your house? Wish you could go to the movie theater? So does AMC! Ken and Richard discuss the changing face of the theater experience in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also continue their trek through comic movie history in the year 2008.
Our good friend Delvin Cox stops by and we talk about our earliest formative music as well as a bit about the movie Hellboy 2, circa 2008!
Join us as we discuss some of our favorite digital tools for staying connected in this trying time. Now that we have time to enjoy them more, we describe some of our favorite board games, and we continue our journey through the history of comic book movies, with Punisher: War Zone, from 2008!
Does the sequel to ‘Secret Service’ maintain its intensity? Listen in, and you’re ‘Bond’ to find out!