Zoom! Zoom! Zoom! Flash is a big topic this week’s episode, reviewing what happened in the last episode and also going over the new trailer showcasing scenes from the rest of the season! Stay tuned for news on the return of the Fantastic Four title after Secret Wars, a new comic for all ages from Titan Comics, casting news for the Flash/Arrow spinoff team-up show, and much more including and update on Constantine’s fate on NBC! And if you want to know when you can expect the Batman v Superman trailer or the rating for the Deadpool film, find out here too!
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It’s official everyone: the apocalypse will be coming in the face of Oscar Isaac. And if that’s not enough news for you, listen on to find out what’s going on with Constantine over at NBC. Wonder Woman landing a director (officially), who’s making a return trip from Captain America 2 and into 3 (you know, besides Captain America…) and more! I mean lots more! Flash’s “Power Outage” episode gets talked about plus easter eggs and some upcoming items. Marvel’s Spider-Verse is pitted against AXIS to see which is doing better and is better overall. And more comic book talk! More more-ness all around!
Due to last minute plans, Amuro Jay will be joining us next week! But fret not, for there is still comic-y goodness to talk about! Especially the “leaked” Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer that became “official” an hour later! Andy Serkis as Ulysses Klaw maybe? Hawkeye gets a relaunch while Cain Marko seeks to be the Unstoppable Juggernaut once more! X-Men gets a new writer and new characters announced for Lego Batman 3! Make sure to listen for who Keanu Reeves would’ve loved to play in the comic world, what Lady Gaga owns with her newly bought mansion, plus news on Arrow casting, a house for sale and more!
We’ve been teased with the concept art of The Avengers‘ Scarlet Witch and Quicksilver for the upcoming Avengers: Age Of Ultron. Now we’re actually getting to several pictures of Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Quicksilver (Aaron Taylor-Johnson) on set. There’s even a little bit of bonus Hawkeye for you Clint Barton fans out there.
In this week’s episode of Straight Outta Austin! we tackle the tidal wave of news coming out of San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC)! We give our 2 cents on Batman being featured in the Man of Steel sequel, as well as who we think should take up the cape and cowl this time around. We also talk about the reveals for X-Men: Days of Future Past, Amazing Spider-Man 2, The Walking Dead Season 4 trailer, the upcoming World of Warcaft movie, and of course The Avengers: Age of Ultron! In addition to SDCC news, we ponder just how in the hell the chump who wrote The Legend of Chun Li got picked to write the Dead Space movie. We also discuss the Japanese remake of the classic western, Unforgiven.
And how it’s actually working for the better. What does that mean? When Marvel does their comic events, they typically begin in April and run through September/October with the main mini series being released once a month with loads of tie-ins released every week. Almost every comic Marvel released tied into that year’s event somehow, or they’d have tie-in mini series for the comics that didn’t. House of M had 24 different tie-in books. Civil War, when it was all said and done, had 39 different tie-in books. So you can see why people would get “event fatigue” and get tired of comic events year after year.
Marvel’s setting up a very hot summer for comics and here’s a low-down of some of the books you’ll want to keep on your radar. Let them set up the delicious dishes for you to om-nom-nom all over.