Some Marvel fans will be learning about Shang-Chi when they go to the movies to see his first appearance in the MCU. However, Shang-Chi has been fighting evil in the comics (including with the Avengers) since 1973. Learn more in today's episode.
Yes, that big starfish monster from Suicide Squad is a real comic book character, and he's the topic of today's show. Join us for a discussion about Starro the Conqueror!
Audiences who get introduced to Taskmaster in the Black Widow movie may not realize how different the character is in the comic books. We discuss both versions on today's show.
Sweet Tooth is a story in Vertigo/DC comics and on Netflix featuring a boy who is part human/part deer. How does that happen? What kind of a world does he live in? We answer those questions and more.
Tom Hiddleston has put Loki's popularity into a new stratosphere, but how does his version compare to the Loki from the comic books? We discuss this week.
Now that Netflix owns Millarworld, they've recently released their TV adaptation of Jupiter's Legacy. So, we're discussing the comic book version of the story on today's podcast.
He's got a big head, an evil streak and a new TV series coming to Hulu. Today we'll talk about M.O.D.O.K. in the comics and on the small screen.
Who are the Flagsmashers in The Falcon and the Winter Soldier? Well, they're based on a character in the comics who was called - Flagsmasher. We explain in this week's episode.
The last time we saw Baron Zemo, he was manipulating The Avengers. Well, he's back in The Falcon and The Winter Soldier, so we're talking about his comics and movie history on today's show.
Before it was a TV show, Resident Alien was a comic book that launched in 2012. There is a pretty significant difference between the story in the comic books and the TV episode. What is it, and what do Matt and Regina think about it? Find out in today's episode.
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