Red Guardian appears in the upcoming Black Widow movie, but seven variations of the character appeared in comics. We'll discuss them all in today's episode.
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In DC Comics, Green Lantern isn't the only Lantern. So, today we'll discuss the people who make up red, yellow, blue, black and more. What powers them, and what makes them unique?
Her comic series was created in 2018, and she's got her own show on Syfy. Today's topic is the Vault Comics series - Vagrant Queen.
Stargirl has special meaning to Geoff Johns, and she's about to star in her own television series. We discuss that and her comic book history on today's show.
You don't find many war comics these days, but today you'll hear about one of the most popular comic book heroes and war books - Sgt. Rock.
The creators of Locke and Key tried to bring their popular comic book series to television for several years. Now, it's a successful series on Netflix. On today's show, we discuss the comic books and how they connect to the TV series.
Bloodshot has been a popular creation of Valiant Comics ever since his first appearance in the 90s. Now, Vin Diesel is playing him on the big screen, and Matt is here to discuss his comic book legacy.
Today's episode features a listener request! He's from Marvel Comics, and he's an X-Man...he's Nightcrawler.
In today's episode, we'll discuss the characters who will be featured in the new Birds of Prey movie and dive into their comic book history.
Today's topic covers one of the most impactful comic book series of all time, and it's the theme of the CW's crossover event - Crisis on Infinite Earths.
For the final podcast of 2019, we discuss Spider-Woman. Find out the interesting reason why Marvel created her. Plus, we talk about her appearance in comics and in her 1979 animated series.
Long before Legends of Tomorrow, he appeared in comic books dating back to the 1940s. In today's episode, we cover a listener request - Hawkman.
The Watchmen comics have consistently been an impactful and popular series since the mid-1980s. Today we'll discuss some of its history and how it all fits into the new television series. We'll also announce the topic for the upcoming Patreon show.
This week's show had to be pushed to next week. Scott explains why and announces the topic for the next episode.
This week, we step out of print and into audio storytelling again with an inside look at the villain featured in Season Two of The Crimson Files Fiction Podcast - Regina Ruse. Our special guest is Gwendolynn Murphy, the actress who gave Regina her voice in the show.
Just in time for her TV series on the CW, we discuss the history, controversies and rivals of Batwoman on today's episode.
In today's episode, we discuss the comic book series Stumptown, which will also be a television series on ABC starring Cobie Smulders.
Scott gives an update on the show and a return date.
Today we discuss the DC Vertigo comic book series - The Kitchen. It's about a group of women who take over the mafia business after their husbands are busted by law enforcement. We'll also touch on the film version of the story.
Disclaimer: This episode's discussion includes mature themes that are found in this very adult-oriented comic book series and TV show. The Boys is a story about a CIA team tasked with monitoring the super-powered citizens of the world. We'll discuss the comic book series and the new Amazon series in today's episode.
He's an unapologetic brutal bounty hunter known for his "grim and gritty" style in the comic books. Lobo is the kind of comic book character that might also fit a Slayer or Rob Zombie music video, and he's appearing in the second season of Krypton.
Before you see Spider-Man Far From Home, find out more about Mysterio. This longtime Spidey nemesis has been around since the 1960s, but with no superpowers, how does he put up a fight? The experts explain in this week's episode.
Just because someone crashes on Earth with superpowers, it doesn't automatically mean they'll choose to use them for good. Today, Scott and Matt discuss comic books like Irredeemable and Superman Red Son, as well as the movie Brightburn.
Since the 1970s, Swamp Thing has evolved into a popular character that has been featured on comics TV sets and movies. Now, he's back with a new show on the DC Streaming Platform. Who is Swamp Thing and how has he remained popular for so long? We'll discuss on this week's episode.