Entertainment writer Tom Bacon returns to talk about the Past & Future of the Netflix Marvel shows.
SPECIAL BONUS: Jason Moyle’s amazing daughter Ellen gives her opinion on Justice League.
-Universal Fan Con
-Jarf Recommends CW’s Crisis on Earth X
-Supporting characters don’t last long in Punisher comics
-What the hell are unstable molecules?
-Brad has been reading The Amazing Spider-Man lately.
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The Excellent Brian Waltersdorff from Comic Store West returns to talk about events coming to the shop, including Free Comic Book Day.
New Friend Tom Bacon is here to talk about the controversies surrounding the Iron Fist show on Netflix. Tom is awesome and he will be back.
-Daughters of the Dragon
-The value of actors playing superheros wearing masks
-Meeting Patty Jenkins
-The true villain of Captain America: Civil War
-Daredevil: Born Again
-Blade The Hunter
-Free Comic Book Day is May 6
-The Martin Memorial Library Fund
-Central PA Ghostbusters. They have new suits!
-What the Heck does “Non-Comic Book Comic Book Stuff mean?”
-International Table Top Day
-Harrisburg Comic Con
-Brad sneaks some Babetown music into the episode, because they are awesome.
Jarf, Kyle & Kathleen join Brad to talk about Netflix’s corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
-Everyone picks their Defender’s Soul Twin.
–Joshua Ostroff wrote a Great Article about the Luke Cage show.
-Vincent D’Onofrio was in Adventures in Babysitting. Seriously.
–Luke Cage’s 70s-80s outfit wasn’t easy to look at.
-The Novel Night Film by Marisha Pessl.
-The Essay The Elephant in the Room by Jon Ronson.
-The newest season of American Horror Story is the best since the first.
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