Our trek through the death and return of Superman continues with “World Without a Superman.” You may know this a “Funeral for a Friend.” How does Metropolis, nay the World, cope with the death of Superman? How does Lex Luthor feel about the death of his arch enemy? Will Lois Lane punch someone when they say that Clark Kent is bound to turn up? Is Turpin actually a freakish monster? Seriously, what is up with the Newsboys?
With the 25th anniversary of “The Death of Superman” story line approaching, we thought we would share our thoughts on that event. Find out what happens when a character created solely to kill Superman fights Superman. Does a JLA that includes Bloodwynd and Guy Gardner stand a chance against Doomsday? Who is Lex Luthor Jr. and why does he have red hair? Is there a correct way to kill characters? How should big story points be marketed? What in the world is going on with the DC movies? Those questions and more are answered within this episode.
With the Super Nintendo mini coming out, we thought we’d take a trip down memory lane. So, Anthony and I are going through some of our favorite Super Nintendo games that we played while growing up.
Anthony are I discussing what we’ve been up to lately. Games we’ve been playing (Skyrim, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Telltale’s Batman), movies we’ve watched (Baby Driver, Power Rangers, The Night Before), and some things we’ve been reading.
In this episode, we have another installment of our “Table top joys and frustrations” series. This time, we are focusing on card games, including: Love Letter, Coup, Bang, Machi Koro, Fluxx, and Worst Game Ever. Casey then gives his quick recap of this past week’s episode of Game of Thrones, “Stormborn.” Then Casey and J. R. wrap up with some talk about trailers from Comic-Con.
In this week’s episode, Anthony and J. R. are discussing part 6 of The Dark Tower series, Song of Susannah. Find out what happens to Roland’s ka-tet after the battle in Calla Bryn Sturgis. Later on, Casey stops by to do a quick recap of the season 7 premiere episode of Game of Thrones, “Dragonstone,” and he also gives some thoughts on Spider-man: Homecoming.
With the new season of Game of Thrones starting this Sunday, we figured it would be a good idea give our thoughts on what we expect and hope for in this coming season. These guesses will be brought back up in the season recap to see how we did.