6.34: Review of Echo

The Pudding Guys tackle Marvel’s latest show on Disney+, Echo! How does it compare to it’s predecessors? Is it a low like Invasion or a high like WandaVision? Listen in and find out!

6.32: Review of What If Season 2

It’s time to partake of the second season of the MCU’s most popular (some would say only) episodic streaming animated show, What If! See what the Pudding guys think of the new goodies and how much they focus on Jeff Goldblum alone!

6.25: Review of Loki Season 2 Part 2

Ken and Richard finish the second half of Loki season 2 and offer up their opinions on not only the show itself, but also the state of the MCU and where they think the industry needs to focus and where they expect the industry to actually focus.

6.21: Loki Season 2 Initial Reaction

It’s half way through the second season of Loki Season 2! Is this the direction the Pudding Guys expected the show to go? Is it living up to their extremely high expectations? Will Ken and Richard ever get to enjoy a piece of the famed TVA Key Lime pie? Tune in and find out!

6.20: History of Comics in TV Part 9

Ken and Richard continue down the road of history as it pertains to television based on comics! In this episode they cover 1983-1985 finding some very familiar shows and some not so familiar!

6.16: History of Comics in TV Part 8

Your space faring hosts return to the wild and zany history of comics and comic strips in TV with the years 1980-1982! Strap in, there are some interesting shows to cover!

6.10: Secret Invasion Review Extravaganza

Marvel Entertainment has hit us with a new show to enjoy as they expand upon the increasingly massive MCU! Richard and Ken take up arms and review Secret Invasion!

5.43: History of Comics in TV part 7

Our journey through the history of comics in television takes your hosts into the late 1970s for some truly interesting shows! So swing on by for a listen, it is a Banner episode!

5.37: Interview with Justin Berti

The Pudding Guys welcome to the show the talented model and actor, Justin Berti! He regales us with a few stories that include his time in Japan and of course his new film Divorce Bait!

5.36: History of Comics in TV part 6

Ken and Richard continue their trek down history lane in the land of the 1970s where comic strip and comic book inspired shows abound! After you hear this episode, I am sure we will be super-friends!

5.35: Interview with Cristina Nava

Did you ever wonder what it was like to write a script for a film? Well, take a load off and give a listen! The Pudding Guys get the chance to speak with screenwriter and producer Christina Nava! She gives us a peak behind the curtain and fills us in on her film Divorce Bait!

5.34: Interview with Patrick Perez Vidauri

In this episode we have the rare treat to sit down with a film director with a great deal of pizazz, Patrick Perez Vidauri! We talk about his entry into the business, the joys of talk radio, and of course his new film Divorce Bait! You are going to want to hear this!

5.32: Interview with Paul Sidhu

In this episode we get the exciting opportunity to sit down with international actor/writer/producer Paul Sidhu! Not only do we get to learn a little about his unique road into the industry, but we also learn about his new project Repeater!

5.30: Interview with Erik Fellows

Actor Erik Fellows returns to the show to fill us in on what’s been happening the last couple of years and to talk about his new film Divorce Bait!

5.29: History of Comics in TV part 5

Ken and Richard tackle the years of 1968-1969 in the history of comics in TV! There are some real gems in this episode, so don’t be a Jughead and take a listen!

5.27: Tribute to Kevin Conroy

Ken and Richard dedicate some time to talking about their appreciation for the talent and just general quality of human being that was Kevin Conroy. Come reminisce and raise a glass to the man that was and will always be Batman!

5.26: History of comics in TV part 4

Ken and Richard return with the next installment talking about TV shows based on comic strips and comic books! The years are 1966-1967 and the results are far out!

5.23: Interview with Martin Harris

Actor Martin Harris visits the show to talk about his newest projects (Stranger Things, Amsterdam, The Gray Man) as well as what it was like transitioning from reporting to acting!

5.21: Interview with Sumalee Montano

In this episode, Ken sits down with one of the great voice actors in the industry today, Sumalee Montano! Whether you are a fan of animated shows or video games you have likely heard this talented woman’s voice. Not only that, but she has been featured in numerous live action shows and movies like ‘Star Trek: Picard’, ‘Critical Role’, ‘The Lost Symbol’ and ‘This is Us’! We also get the low down on her new film ‘The Deal’ which is on Roku right now!