Hey everyone, we’re back with the content you crave:
Two white dudes talking about Black Panther.
Both Daniel and Jackson agree that this is the best of the MCU so far, and warranted a full episode. There is a lot of important cultural context for this movie as well, and while we’re not fully equipped to discuss that at length, we are gonna do our best to convince you that this is not only a great movie, but an important one you should see.
We also have some recommendations:
This week you should read The Best of Richard Matheson
This week you should listen to Weird Al Yankovich’s Poodle Hat
Sorry for the delay in this week’s post, there was some trouble during the uploading process, but here we are.
This week, Jackson and Daniel are discussing the latest season of Netflix and Marvel’s wunderkind Daredevil. Our hosts had pretty simple feelings regarding the first season of the show, but the second one has garnered more… complex reactions. Complex enough to warrant a podcast to themselves.
Of course, spoilers abound, so beware if you haven’t finished it yet.
Once you have finished yelling at your audio player because Jackson and Daniel are so obviously wrong, you can unwind by checking out these recommendations:
This week you should play Nevermore from Smirk and Dagger Games
This week you should watch the videos of Matthew Colville on YouTube
This week you should read the Truth and Reconciliation Report from the Canadian Government – even if you’re not in Canada.
In light of the critically acclaimed new Netflix series, Jessica Jones, Jackson and Daniel revisit the MCU and comic book heroes in general. If you are curious about what to expect from Jessica Jones, or want to have your opinions vindicated/ridiculed after marathoning the whole thing – this is the podcast for you.
Fair warning: spoilers abound.
Of course, there are also some recommendations:
This week you should watch Into the Badlands
This week you should play Cross Country Canada
This week you should read the webcomic Dumbing of Age, by David Willis
This time Jackson and Daniel are joined by Maureen to discuss the ongoing project of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The locus of the discussion is the recently released Age of Ultron, but they do their best to touch on as much of the growing project as they can.
They also take the time to recommend a few things:
This week you should play Flash Point
This week you should watch Wentworth
This week you should read Hawkeye by Matt Fraction