To gear up for X-men: Apocalypse in just one week both on the Confirmed Epic Podcast network and thegww.com are going back into the vaults to bring you another retro rewind edition. This time look back at Wolverine's last big screen solo outing in July of 2013: James Mangold's The Wolverine. You will hear from the classic epic review team of Barbecue17 and thereelbradbell as we break down the film that led to the X-men franchise towards Days of Future Past. It was a different time, X-men Origin Wolverine as well as X-men the Last Stand had arguably killed the X-men franchise at FOX! We were all young podcasters beginning to cut our teeth in the industry. Long before the breakout success of anything like Brad's work at Geeks World Wide or before Jerry built his toy review empire over at actionfigurebarbecue.com .
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As Skeletor said in the 1987 film Masters of the Universe , "Everything comes to he who waits, and I have waited so very long for this moment." Yes, after one year of preorders, waiting, concepts and preproduction pieces, constant changes, small victories, crushing defeats, and sheer anticipation, Castle Grayskull has finally arrived to my home. Earlier this afternoon my wife texted me a picture of the enormous box sitting in our kitchen and I've been jazzed ever since. Heck, I've been singing the Castle Grayskull song all week now to help myself pass the time. Before I even open the box, I have to say that while there have been plenty of ups and downs on the journey from having Castle Grayskull exist simply as a sketch on paper to existing as an actual product delivered to my door, I think there are some folks that need to be commended. First, regardless of all other issues I don't think anyone can say that Scott Neitlich ("ToyGuru") and the Fo
Join us for Confirmed Epic Podcast #113 as we discuss Avengers #141 through #149 which ran from November 1975 through July 1976 written by Steve Engelhart with art by the legendary George Perez. In this episode we introduce you to Marvel's Version of the Justice League: The Squadron Supreme as well as speculate about the team's possible future in the MCU. Other Topics Discussed: -DC announces Garth Ennis and Liam Sharp on Batman Reptilian -DC's upcoming Pride Anthology -The Bankruptcy of Alamo Draft house Theaters Follow the host on Twitter: @thereelbadbell Email the Show: email@example.com Subscribe and Like Us on Youtube/ConfirmedEpicPodcast
When we first learned that Director: David Gordon Green would be talking over the iconic Halloween franchise, my thoughts could best be described as skeptical at best. How was the guy that brought us Pineapple Express going to bring Michael Myers home again? Also where did Danny McrBride fit it in? Would Blumhouse and Green do the un-thinkable by allowing McBride to dawn the mask, and having the world famous physical comedian wield who knows what as his weapon of choice? Find out the answer to these, and many other questions after the break in our Halloween review....