Just in time for the new Hawkeye Disney+ series, we'll talk about Kate Bishop, who she is and why she's important to Hawkeye.
The Eternals are bringing in a new era to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Today, we'll give you some insights in to the characters and their portrayal in the comic books.
He's been played by Sylvester Stallone and Karl Urban in the movies, but he's also had an extensive comic book history. He is - Judge Dredd.
Many Marvel fans have been enjoying the TV adaptation of the What If series on Disney Plus. Today, Matt and Regina share some of their favorite stories from the comic book version.
Shang-Chi is the newest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the character has been around since the 1970s. Learn more in today's episode.
If you were surprised to see a giant starfish creature in the new Suicide Squad movie, you might be even more surprised to know that monster has been in the comics since 1960. Join us for a discussion on Starro the Conqueror.
Scott provides an update on what's coming up on Comic Book Noob.
You see Taskmaster in the Black Widow movie, but the character is very different in the comic books.
Sweet Tooth is a story about a part deer-part boy character trying to survive in a dangerous world. It started out in Vertigo/DC Comics and has made its way to Netflix. We discuss the character and the world in today's episode.
We discuss the similarities and differences between the Loki in the comics and the Loki in the MCU.
Jupiter's Legacy was inspired by many geek culture themes, and it was created by Mark Millar. With a TV adaption now streaming on Netflix, we discuss the Jupiter's Legacy comic books.
M.O.D.O.K. is coming to Hulu this month, but he's been in Marvel Comics since the 1960s. We'll talk about both in today's episode.
In Marvel comics, there is a character called Flagsmasher. In The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, he's gender-swapped and leading The Flagsmashers. We explain it all in this week's episode.
Baron Zemo is back, and fans are wondering how he will impact the story in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier. His comic book history should give us some insight.
Resident Alien is a comic book and a television series, but there is a key difference in the stories they tell. What are they? Find out in this week's episode!
We'll return to discuss Resident Alien.
Last week, she was part of an impactful episode of WandaVision. This week, we'll talk about Monica Rambeau in the comics and future implications for the MCU.
Some people are wondering whether or not we'll see Agatha Harkness in WandaVision. However, she's played an important role in comics since 1970. We talk about her on today's show.
Cheetah has been in comic books since the 1940s, but she's also in Wonder Woman 1984. We'll discuss her character and the version that Kristen Wigg is playing in the movie.
It's a franchise known for their toys and their animated shows, but Masters of the Universe has an extensive comic book collection that ties to them both.
Sometimes comic books re-tell or expand on existing stories from other media. Today, we discuss comic book stories that came from television and film.
He's a kid, his dad is an alien and he's got a pretty powerful name. He's also starring in an Amazon series next year. He is - Invincible!
You can call him, Helstrom, Hellstrom or the Son of Satan. He's another Marvel character to get his on television series (on Hulu). He's also the topic in today's episode.
Red Hood is set to appear in the upcoming Arkham game, but today we'll discuss his constantly evolving comic book life.
Today, we discuss the newest member of the superpowered characters in The Boys television series on Amazon - Stormfront. In the comics, Stormfront was a male nazi supersoldier. We'll discuss both versions in today's episode. Due to the content in both the comics and the TV series, some of the themes discussed today are more adult-oriented.