What We Wanna See - Vol. 2

Even in the over-saturated world of Comic Book flicks and TV picks, we can't get enough. Back for another rousing round of, "Shut up and give it to me!", Jake + Mitch break down four comics they'd most like to see it the big and small screens. Because, as far as they're concerned, there's always room for more. Mitch pitches everyone's favorite plus-sized super-femme, and a swanky, Bojack-like Hanna-Barbera classic. Jake dives into complex underworlds of feminist rats, and Jedi-adjacent mind-melds giving spotlight to criminally underrated titles. Plus, a plunge into the ultimate question: Can a movie be good and still fail to represent the source material well? Only the X-Men have the a

Who Will Play Superman?

Henry Cavill has hung up the cape. Another side-effect of the Warner Bros. DCEU saga. Jake + Mitch share their favorite Man of Steel moments. Throughout the revelations, Jake discovers he may, in fact, be raising his son to be the next Lex Luthor while Mitch’s daughter is fast tracking her way to Supergirl. Through the lens of Daniel Tiger, it all makes sense. With the gaping vacancy left behind, the guys take it upon themselves to re-cast the iconic Man of Tomorrow. Obviously, per everyone on the internet, Michael B. Jordan is the front-runner. What would that bold choice mean for Supes’ origin story? Also, could Karl Urban finally break through the glass ceiling of, “that guy in geek

DC Streaming Service

Whether we asked for it or not, DC’s new streaming service is coming. And with it, a whole slew of promises and question marks. Jake + Mitch put on their marketing hats, and discuss DC Universe and what it could mean for the looming “Streaming Wars”. Ultimately, there has to be some drop-off and/or service consolidation, right? And what about this "curated" comic book library experience? We just don't want it to suck. But for now, DC Universe marches on. With a new foul-mouthed Robin the new streaming service from the DC / Warner Bros. empire is trying really, really hard to “capture the moment”. Although, the sleeper in all this may be the lesser-known Alan Moore masterpiece. Jake pr

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