Welcome to my new favorite episode.
Nothing in geek culture right now is as much fun as discussing Marvel movies so this week Movie Moan is proud to present an in-depth two hour plus discussion on the future of the entire Marvel film canon (both those properties under Disney's belt and those still out of their grasp), and equally proud to discuss it with special guests Justin Korthof and Randall Maynard.
But we are supremely honoured to present our first show in INTERUPTO-VISION.
In the same way that the film industry has hooked onto techniques to enhance the theatre going experience like 3D and IMAX, it's about time the podcasting industry did the same. Especially since ours is one of the few to give you good folks a video option.
So we are proud to present tonight's show, our longest ever to my recollection, in the startling new technology of INTERUPTO-VISION. INTERUPTO-VISION is the process by which good manners and respect for Phil's job as moderator completely go out the window for all other members of the podcast and everyone just starts mouthing off like crazy to prove their points until it all becomes noise that Phil can't even edit out.
What's that?..............The show has always been like that? Point taken.
7:20 mins - Should there be a completely unified Marvel film universe with one studio in control of every character?
14:30 mins - How to rebirth 'The Fantastic Four'.
22:00 mins - 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' and 'The Wolverine'.
48:30 mins - 'The Avengers Part II' and the Thanos conundrum.
62:25 mins - 'Guardians Of The Galaxy' needs Beta Ray Bill.
68:20 mins - 'Namor: The Sub Mariner' (the one nobody talks about).
75:50 mins - 'Thor: The Dark World' and 'Captain America: The Winter Solider'
84:10 mins - 'Iron Man 3' (this is where the podcast starts getting ugly).
95:00 mins - 'The Spectacular Spider-man' (nope, things don't get any rosier here).
112:10 mins - Marvel on television (SHIELD, Hulk, and Daredevil).
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