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Name: Kyle Windle



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June 6, 2017 7:37 pm When they referenced Ares killing all of the Greek Pantheon, that was where my mind went! Part of me would love WW2 to take place in World War 2 with the Blackhawks and Easy Company etc and give a chance for some of the supporting cast to come back, but a 1970s era space opera with the New Gods actually sounds more interesting to me.
December 9, 2015 3:07 pm I agree with Conor. And I wonder if Simpson's turn would've been better executed if they would have saved Nuke for next season when they will probably delve more into IGH anyway. You could even have abandoned Simpson's story in episode 8 or 9 (whenever the bomb blew up his men; I can't remember which episode it was, specifically) and just presume him dead and then bring him back next season after Jessica's investigation gives us a better idea about what IGH is. Removing him altogether once the Kilgrave stuff was building to its climax would've made for a tighter plot, I think. The unevenness and extraneous subplots of the latter half of the season aside, this was a terrific show with terrific tension and emotional drama and compelling leads. Really hope we see more of this soon.
November 30, 2015 6:54 pm I was also thinking about Fury Max and Multiversity while they were discussing that question. I'll also be hanging onto my collection of Warren Ellis's Moon Knight, and those first 12 issues of Silver Surfer Conor referred to wouldn't look bad in a hardcover on my shelf either. I'm also looking forward to Weirdworld getting a nice collection. But I'll admit a general sense of Big 2 ennui. I'm pretty much taking the All-New, All-Different relaunch as a jumping-off point for every Big 2 book that isn't Silver Surfer.
September 4, 2015 5:39 pm I love Talksplode!!! This was a really great conversation, though I question the wisdom of two days being ample time to make an informed decision about what to put in that 1950s spinner rack. I'd need a week, at the very least. Seriously though, this was a great interview. I had no idea he worked on the Superman Adventures comics! I'll have to seek those out. I just read the first Batman Adventures trade and was really impressed with the quality of storytelling in an adaptation of an animated series. I'm sure the same is true of Superman Adventures if Millar wrote them.
May 1, 2015 7:26 pm This discussion did a great job of articulating what I loved (the actors and character interactions, in particular) and what problems I had with the movie (especially the 'Buffy-speak'). Always enjoy when you three get back together! I found it interesting that the Vision's origin utilized an Infinity stone, and coupled with the fact that he is born from a stasis chamber that reminded me a lot of Adam Warlock's cocoon, I couldn't help but draw parallels between the two characters. I'm wondering if he'll play a role similar to Adam in the Infinity War movies. And I agree with you guys: he's definitely the breakout star of this film. The moment he picks up the hammer got the most audible response from the audience I watched the movie with last night. Exceptionally casted. I'll give it a 4/5 stars, personally, where I probably gave the first Avengers movie a 4.5 or 5 stars.
August 3, 2014 2:33 pm Thanks for reading my question on the show, guys! Those were great answers. A 1960s FF or a 1970s Heroes for Hire film would be really fun. I wish those were on the table. Oddly enough, I hadn't even thought about Namor! One that I thought of that could maybe work was an Agents of Atlas film in the 1950s as a sort of precursor to the Avengers. It could draw from classic 1950s sci-fi and play with the Red Scare and the early Cold War. Bucky, Peggy Carter, and Howard Stark could probably play a role in the film as well. Also, with Namora on the team, you can deal with Namor and Atlantis. Marvel Boy can be an early showing of the Marvel Cosmic we saw in GotG, the Human Robot could be a Howard Stark invention as a precursor to Ultron, Venus can be a counterpoint to the Asgardian mythology...lots of possibilities.
June 22, 2014 11:33 pm Loved the movie discussion! And I'm glad you guys highlighted some of the comic movies that don't get talked about a lot. Dredd was one of my favorite movies in 2012 and the Rocketeer was a mainstay in my childhood. Also loved American Splendor and Road to Perdition. One non-superhero comic book movie I really enjoy watching is Scott Pilgrim vs. the World. I hadn't seen an Edgar Wright movie before that and it really made me not only want to seek out the source material but also look for more Edgar Wright projects. Great show as usual, gentlemen.
May 25, 2014 10:13 am I was going to wait to see this but when I saw Ron was on I decided to go sooner so I could listen! Great movie and great discussion, you guys!
April 20, 2014 8:23 pm As far as Captain America comics go, if you liked the first movie, there was a mini series by Fabian Nicieza and Kevin Maguire called Adventures of Captain America: The Sentinel of Liberty that was a fun re-telling of the origin. I don't think it's collected but if you come across it in a back issue bin I would recommend that. I meant to pick up Mercenary Sea when you guys first talked about it and had forgotten until now! Going to stop by comixology after listening to this.
April 14, 2014 6:02 pm I had kind of assumed that the recent Inhumans push in the comics has been in preparation of Marvel studios using them as a substitute for the term "mutants" (understanding, of course, that the publishing and film-making arms of Marvel are separate) but I think "miracles" works just as well. Actually, since they were introduced in Fantastic Four, does Fox own the rights to the Inhumans?