This week; Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck appear to be out as Superman and Batman. Ewan McGregor has been cast as villain Black Mask in DC's Birds of Prey. Jennifer reviews an episode of Batman the Animated Series called Heart of Ice that Bryan made her watch.
This week tempers flare and friendships are tested as we try to agree on the four best comic book movies of all time. Join us as we defend our picks and attack everyone else's in the hopes of securing as many spots as we can on the Mount Rushmore of Comic Book Movies!
This week is all about, shockingly, Halloween! Bryan, Kevin, and Rob talk about their Halloween memories. Topics include; trick-or-treaters who don't try, costumes, Halloween movies, favorite candies, and haunted houses.
This week Bryan, Jennifer, and Rob discuss whether or not criminals should be allowed to profit from their crimes by publishing books or selling their story. Also, DC cancelled plans to reprint a 1940s Captain Marvel story called "Monster Society of Evil" due to concerns regarding the portrayal of ethnic stereotypes.
James Gunn has been fired and Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 3 is on indefinite hold. Logan is a bleak movie that depresses Bryan. ABC is rebooting BeWitched. Rob wants Bryan to watch the Netflix show, Lost in Space. DC is bringing Superman and Lois Lane back to the DC universe in the Flash, Arrow, and Supergirl TV shows.
It might be a few months later than we planned, but it's finally here! Bryan, Jennifer, Kevin, and Rob sit down for a Big Time book club episode and talk about the 1988 DC graphic novel, The Killing Joke. Written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Brian Bolland.
Considered by some to be a classic and ground breaking, The Killing Joke dives into the disturbing relationship between Batman and the Joker, testing the boundaries between insanity and perseverance.
If you're interested, you can buy The Killing Joke at the DC Comics online store at:
This week Jennifer takes the reigns and shows the boys how a gameshow episode is done. Join us as she drags Bryan, Kevin, and Rob kicking and screaming through topics ranging from the TV shows 'Friends' and ‘Saved by the Bell’ to extremely obscure former constellations and retro candies.
This week Jennifer takes a break while Bryan, Kevin, and Rob get nerdy chatting about Star Trek: The Next Generation. Jennifer hasn't watched any Star Trek:TNG so the boys decide to make a list of four episodes from each season that Jennifer might enjoy. That's right...it's more homework for poor Jennifer!
Tell us your favorite episodes from each season of Star Trek:TNG in the comments!