Review – Spider-Man: Homecoming

Review – Spider-Man: Homecoming

I have seen just about every Spidey movie produced and have experienced varying degrees of satisfaction and frustration. When I heard about the Sony/Marvel collaboration for this film, I felt a bit of relief, but was still unsure about the project, as a whole. But, I was willing to keep an open mind, because Marvel Cinematic was behind it. Let just say that this movie was everything that I hoped that it could be, and then some! From the casting to the costumes, I was not disappointed one bit.

The movie interjected the right amount and kind of humor for a Spider-Man movie with no detriment to the seriousness of the story as a whole. Plus, I feel like that this is the first time that we actually get a realistic depiction of what a learning curve Peter is experiencing as a new superhero. From being in the suburbs and not having something attach a web to, to miscalculating how much, or how little, he needs to swing from point A to point B, we see it all. Plus, the difficulties that go with having a secret identity! Speaking of, it was so good to have an intelligent villain. It didn’t take half the movie for Vulture to figure out who Spider-Man was, and he wasted no time in making it known, either. I liked that a lot!

The movie is filled with easter eggs that go all the way back to Captain America: The First Avenger and up to Captain America: Civil War and it does that extra bit to tie it all together. Plus, to finally see Damage Control was a nice touch, too!! This movie clocks in wll over two hours, but you will not feel it and please stick around for the end credit scenes…they was well worth it! So, I do highly recommend Spider-Man: Homecoming. It is ideal for the younger ones, too, if you’re thinking of making it a family outing.

Mighty Marvel Geeks 166: We Did Not Start The Hydra

Mighty Marvel Geeks 166: We Did Not Start The Hydra

After weathering a Hydra cyber attack, the Intrepid Trio has returned in full for with a show filled to the brim with Marvel news! And they hit the ground running with Mike kicking things off with the results from the Star Wars poll asking the fans which character they’d like to see with their own action figure! It may be a bit of a surprise!! Then Eric gives us the most recent numbers from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2. Let’s just say that they are speaking loud and clear!! Then Kylan joins in with an interesting piece about the real reason why Doug Liman left the Channing Tatum Gambit movie. Eric follows that with an article about the future of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Kylan keeps it in the television realm with some information regarding FXX’s new Deadpool adult animated series. After this, Mike and Eric team up on a story about Marvel fans burning copies of the Free Comic Book Day book of Secret Empire. Along with that is a piece about Marvel’s reactions to the recent developments in Captain America’s narrative. Mike then closes out the news segment with a piece about 30 Marvel title either already or set to be cancelled. Check to see in your faves are on that list. From there the guys head to the comic shop for the P.O.W.) Pick Of the Week!! Then Mike gives us his Marvel Unlimited Pick!

Star Wars: Poe Dameron #15

Powers #8

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #20

The Mighty Thor #19

Doctor Strange #20

Star Wars #31

Luke Cage #1

Nick Fury #2

U.S.Avengers #6

Marvel Unlimited

Captain America Vol 1 #248

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 Red Carpet Premire

Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol.2 Red Carpet Premire

Mighty Marvel Geeks 162: It’s In The Time Code

Mighty Marvel Geeks 162: It’s In The Time Code

Like that annoying neighborhood animal that keeps you up all night, the Intrepid Trio are back and loaded with tons of Marvel news for your ears and minds! This Issue starts off with a recap of this week’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Episode #16 “What If…”. This one hits the ground running and it is a mind bender!! Mike then follows up the recap with an article pondering if this is the end for the show. Eric then shares an article about the cleaver teaser trailer and hidden premier date (check the time code) for Marvel’s Defenders. Keeping it in the Netflix television universe, Kylan follows up with a piece about the Netflix series Marvel’s Luke Cage being nominated for a Peabody Award. Marvel’s Jessica Jones was the winner last year!! Mike then drops in with a final television article, this one is about the upcoming thirty minute comedy, The New Warriors. Were all keeping out eyes peeled to see what’s next on this story front!! Kylan the delves into some gaming news with a story about the game Marvel Heroes. The game is going to be available on certain platforms and is ready to make that happen. Mike then shares an article about diversity and how is has affected Marvel’s bottom line. Eric the closes out the news with a piece about an upcoming book for a friend of the show, Ramon Perez. We all wish you the best, Ramon!! From there, the guys go to the Comic shop and share their POW-Picks Of the Week!

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl (2015-) #19

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra (2016-) #6

Gwenpool, The Unbelievable (2016-) #14

Ghost-Rider #6

Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme #7

Deadpool and The Mercs For Money #10

Black Panther Crew #1

Captain America: Sam Wilson (2015-) #21

Kingpin (2017-) #3


Star Wars Vol I #48

Mighty Marvel Geeks 150: 2016 Mighty Marvel Geeks Non-Awards

Mighty Marvel Geeks 150: 2016 Mighty Marvel Geeks Non-Awards

Settle in everyone!! It is time for the Mighty Marvel Geeks Non-Awards for 2016!! Where did all the time go? The Intrepid Trio is joined by John Donahue of the Dis Parks Podcast and Dale Wentland of the D-Cast to discuss and debate the nominees and winners. This year’s catagories were expanded to include Best New Title, Best Netflix Series, and Best Crossover Event. There were some surprises, some dark horses, and some obvious winners. Let’s just say that a book being cancelled is not the kiss of death if the quality is there!! The one thing that was plain to see was that Marvel did it big in 2016 and we can only expect to see more of the same in 2017! Give the show a listen and let us know what you think. Do you agree or disagree? Did we miss a title that is knocking it out of the park? Let us know! So, kick back, relax, listen and Happy Holidays from the Intrepid Trio!!

Mighty Marvel Geeks 148: Groot And Shoulders With Brian Kesinger

Mighty Marvel Geeks 148: Groot And Shoulders With Brian Kesinger

The Intrepid Trio are all present and accounted for in this week’s issue of MMG, but they also have a guest…Marvel artist and Disney animator Brian Kessinger. Mike, Kylan, and Eric begin the show with asking Brian about his first Marvel project and the conversation flows from there. From early influences to fantasy future projects, it is all here. He even gives the story of his Lil Kylo artwork. Once the guys take their weekly trip to the comic shop for their P.O.W.(Picks Of the Week), Brian is right there with them for the fun, too!!

Gwenpool #9

Star Wars: Poe Dameron #9

The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl #15

Doctor Strange and the Sorcerers Supreme #3

Deadpool: Back in Black #5

The Totally Awesome Hulk #13

Power Man and Iron Fist #11

Daredevil #14

Ms. Marvel #14

Marvel Unlimited

Groot #1-6 (2015)

Mighty Marvel Geeks 147: Uncanny Isn’t It

Mighty Marvel Geeks 147: Uncanny Isn’t It

This week’s issue of MMG features the return of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 4, Episode 7 is titled Deals With Our Devils. Trust me, that title says it all!! Mike, Kylan, and Eric all weigh in on this one. Then, Mike brings in a couple of articles from the “MCU” category. The first one is an interesting piece about the upcoming Infinity War movie and a tease about a much discussed Cosmic level Marvel character. With the second article the listeners get to see why the Intrepid Trio are elite agents for that organization the you know so well!! The news then switches gears to the gaming world with two big announcements to give the gamers more ways to play in the Marvel Universe!! The first story centers on Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy Telltale Series and the second story focuses on the next Marvel vs Capcom game!! From there Eric takes us to comics and Marvel’s plans to kick it retro style with old school corner cover art. From there the Trio More

MMG Issue 38: August 9, 2014

mmg 2014 2Mike returns with another issue of Mighty Marvel Geeks. He discusses Guardian of the Galaxy (SPOILER) Easter Eggs, a Marvel magical moment for Rocket Raccoon creator, Bill Mantlo, More MAoS casting news and the Fans top stories from Marvel’s 75 year history. Sebastian Stan as Captain America and a Female lead Spidey movie? All this and more in this week’s issue! Mighty Marvel Geeks NCBD picks for August 13, 2014 are: Nova Special #1, Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet #6, Marvel Universe Avengers Assemble #11 and Captain America #23

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MMG Issue 37: August 2, 2014

mmg 2014 2Mike and Ken bring you another issue of Mighty Marvel Geeks. It is Mighty Marvel Geeks SDCC (San Diego Comic-Con) recap. The guys talk about Ant-Man casting announcements, Avengers news (they have Thanos), Guardians of the Galaxy sequel date announced, and MAoS news and who Lucy Lawless will play. They guys also discuss the Deadpool test footage. all this and more. Mighty Marvel Geeks NCBD picks for Aug 6, 2014 are: INHUMAN #5, GEORGE ROMERO’S EMPIRE OF THE DEAD: ACT TWO #2, LEGENDARY STAR-LORD #2, ROCKET RACCOON #2, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY ANNUAL #1 and FIGMENT #3

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