We continue the second half of our conversation about WW II and the influence it had on pop-culture with our special guest Jessica Manor host of the Body Count podcast.
Caution! As with the previous episode, there is some strong language and dark subject matter.
This episode is the first part of a discussion about World War II, and its place in history that many people don’t often realize; as well as a reflection on its effect on movies and pop culture. Special guest: Jessica Manor, from Body Count (podcast).
Caution! This episode does contain several instances of strong language, as well as dark subject matter.
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.
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 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.
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.
This week, Richard and Ken have a ‘most excellent’ interview with actor and professor, Amy Stoch. They talk about her history in the film industry as well as her love of the history of film, and (of course!) her role in the upcoming movie, Bill & Ted Face the Music.
Ken gives his review of the trendy new musical he just heard about, Hamilton! Does the production have a shot at overcoming his personal disdain for musicals? Listen and find out!
Ken and Richard have an engaging conversation with Jessica Manor, one of the hosts of “Bodycount: A Historical Podcast.” Fair warning, the conversation contains some rather strong language!
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!
Welcome to the show wherein we discuss the state of sports, despicable yard work and venture into 2008 for the history of Comic Book Movies!
Hey there Pudding People! This Friday we come to you with a discussion about some fun tools that can help us game with friends that we can’t currently visit, a couple of less popular albums by a great metal band and we finish up comic movies from 2007!
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.
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!