Ken and Richard dip their toes into the 1960s for some fantastic and fun examples of shows based on comics!
Ken and Richard fetch their newest movie review of the film DC League of Super-Pets! Is this movie good enough to be like the belly rubbings we all love or is it more like the slobbery chew toy we don’t want to directly touch? Tune in and find out!
The voice of an Avatar drops by to talk with the Pudding Guys! Actress Janet Varney stops by and graces us with some of her time and some stories from behind the scenes of many of her shows and movies over the years of course including The Legend of Korra!
In this bisected episode, your intrepid hosts each review an exciting movie! First, Ken tackles Thor: Love and Thunder and then Richard reviews No Time to Die. Spies and Hammers and Goats, oh my!
We continue our journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! In the mid to late 1950s there are some absolutely fun shows!
In this episode we begin our amazing journey through the history of the intersection of comic strips/comic books and television! There are so many gems to uncover and talk about, come celebrate the wonders with us!
This episode features an interview with an actor who has a scintillating personality and plenty of charisma that comes straight through the screen when seeing him in productions like The Vampire Diaries or Luke Cage! Jaiden Kaine graces us with his presence and shares some fantastic stories from his life as an accomplished actor!
In this next exciting installment of our long running series of ‘Please Listen to Us Talk to Cool People,’ we speak with D.P. Brown about his new comic book project ‘The Theme of Thieves’! This is a great chance to learn about an independent creator and then check out his story!
It’s finally here (at least until next year)! We are to the most recent year in our history of comic book based movies. We have special guest Al Pacino in the studio. He doesn’t say anything, so you’ll have to take our word for it, but just use your imagination!
It’s the first episode of Season 5! We welcome back a good friend of the show, comic book artist and creator, Stuart Sayger to discuss his newest project, Shiver In The Dark.
Ken and Richard delve into the MCU’s latest release to ask the important questions. OK, maybe not THAT important. More like, mildly intriguing? Moderately insightful? Mostly indefatigable? Listen to find out which is true!
Richard takes the helm this week and talks some news about upcoming comic book movie and show projects! He also starts and experiment relating to what you, the listeners, think are great examples of ‘perfect’ albums to listen to!
Ken and Richard return to the history of Comic Book Movies in the year of 2020! It was a challenging year, but we still had a good buffet of films to enjoy! Also, we talk about the upcoming Fan Expo Cleveland!
Ken regales Richard with the tale of experiencing Morbius in the theater. (He didn’t see it) Did the film suck in a good way (like a vampire) or in a bad way (like a stinker)?
Ken and Richard experience the latest installment of the MCU’s Spider-Man franchise! Can this live up to the hype? Can it be better than the previous two? Are all ratings of this film possible due to the many worlds theory? Tune in and find out!
The Pudding Guys review the third installment in the Kingsman series, The King’s Man. Find out how this prequel stands up!
Ken and Richard finish up the year 2019 with it’s 3 strongest comic book films!
Ken and Richard have arrived at 2019 in their discussion of the history of comic book movies! This is a year with a great number of films, so they tackle as many as they can!
Richard takes this one solo and talks about the new Dexter series. Is it as good as the previous incarnation? He also gives his thoughts on the new Injustice cartoon on HBO Max.
The Pudding Guys return to the History of Comic Book Movies with the year 2018! Many great films to see, but this was an especially big year for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Tune in!