Monthly Archives: July 2012

  • Amazing Spider-Man 690 Review

    The third part of No Turning Back has some of Slott’s typical ADD storytelling quirks to it, and suffers for it compared to the first two issues. Readers may start to feel more conflicted about Spider-Man in this story, too, as he’s still on the warpath and showing no…

  • Podcast 186- Live Callers Continue Discussing ASM Movie

    We continue to take live callers from around the world to discuss the “Amazing Spider-Man” movie. Highlights include: *Thoughts on Captain Stacey’s role in the movie and how he departed from the comics.  * How we’d celebrate Spider-Man’s 100th anniversary. *We also review the the Marvel Swimsuit Edition of…

  • The Amazing Spider-Man Video Game – Review

    Yeah, I’m freeeee, free-roamin’. Rejoice all you rabid web swingers, Spider-Man is back in the virtual open world of New York City. Also rejoice that I don’t have any other Tom Petty influenced Spider-Man lyrics for you… on second thought, I have one more. Did you enjoy your last…

  • Podcast 185 Live Callers Edition

    In this episode we take live callers from around the world. *We hear reviews about “The Amazing Spider-Man” movie. *The folks also share some fun stories on what the audience members did in the theater. *We have a return appearance by Kevin and Stella to the show.   [powerpress]…

  • Ultimate Spider-Man #12 – Review

    I got nothing here. I can’t think of a clever way to begin this intro paragraph which ties the review back to the current television series I’m watching: Star Trek: The Next Generation. How about the fact that Miles is boldly going where no normal thirteen year old should…

  • Marc Webb may not direct The Amazing Spider-Man 2?

    Due to a contractual commitment to Fox, Marc Webb might not be able to direct the May 2nd 2014 slated Amazing Spider-Man 2. Reportedly, he is contacted to make one for film for FOX before he’s let out of his contract. Also because certain Spider-Man scenes took lengthy amounts…

  • The New Avengers, vol 2 #25-#27 – Review

    I don’t want to live on this planet anymore. That’s a quote from Futurama’s Professor Farnsworth, as well as a popular internet meme. But it could also very well be what Fongji, the ancient Iron Fist who bonded with the Phoenix Force, said at the end of her little…