There’s tasty food from the movies you love, conversations with the comics industry, and more Batman in this week’s Finally Friday!
In this shorter episode, Dave flies solo and shares a comic, a TV show, and some technology that might just make your ears perk.
After 17 years, Hugh Jackman takes his final stand as Logan in the film directed by James Mangold. In this episode of Geek This!, Dave chats about things he liked in the film and his thoughts on Logan: Noir – a special black and white edition.
We look back at the 1996 crossover event, DC Comics VS Marvel Comics, wherein DC heroes and villains battle Marvel heroes and villains to see which universe should survive!
When one of our beloved comic characters dies in a story, we’re supposed to be surprised and shocked and saddened. Usually, though, we all say the same thing, “I give it six months and they’re back from the dead.” As true as that is, there have been some deaths in Marvel and DC Comics that have been tragic.
ISMAHAWK launched a Kickstarter for their Nightwing: The Series fan film in 2014 with the intention of only being a 3-part miniseries on YouTube. After being fully funded at $20,000, they moved to a 5-part series. In this episode, Dave sits down to review the entire series. Does the first Robin succeed without his Dark Knight beside him? Listen and find out!
Daniel Butcher of Welcome to Level 7 joins Dave to write a love letter to their favorite mercenary. They discuss whether Wade Wilson is an idiot or if he’s using sarcasm for something deeper. Also in this episode, a discussion about the Guinness Record-holding wedding issue.
We dive back into the world of Batman with Christopher Nolan’s second film in the highly-acclaimed Dark Knight Trilogy. With memorable performances by the entire cast, including a stellar performance by Heath Ledger as The Joker, this very well could be the best Batman film to date.
We’ve returned from our very brief hiatus with some news! We also announce the winners of our Variant Giveaway!
As the first true installment of our Batman on Film series, we go to the way-way back machine and visit 1966’s Batman: The Movie.