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Josh Wigler and friends recap Marvel TV & Movies

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Josh Wigler and friends recap Marvel TV & Movies

    Marvel | Spider-Man: No More and More

    Marvel | Spider-Man: No More and More

    Marvel | Spider-Man No More & Other Marvel News

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) are back together again to weigh in on the past few weeks of news from Marvel Studios and beyond — specifically, the big news surrounding your friendly neighborhood webhead.



    For the first portion of the podcast, Josh and Kevin dive “into the Spider-divorce,” as Kevin coins it. Disney and Sony’s agreement to fold Peter Parker into the Marvel Cinematic Universe has sadly run aground, with Tom Holland’s Spider-Man no longer set to web-sling alongside the likes of Doctor Strange, Captain Marvel and the other heroes set to debut in the wake of Avengers: Endgame. Holland is contracted to continue on in the role, but only for Sony. Josh and Kevin weigh in with their takes about the news, how it will likely impact the MCU moving forward (if it will impact it at all), and more.



    Following their discussion of “the Spideyvorce,” Josh and Kevin survey some of the news items coming out of the D23 Expo, including Game of Thrones star Kit Harington going from his days as Jon Snow to a new sword-swinging hero: Dane Whitman, the Black Knight of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, set to debut in Marvel’s The Eternals. At least, that’s the official story — for his part, Kevin doesn’t quite buy the official line, even if Josh isn’t fully here for the conspiracy theory.



    Kit conspiracies aside, three new Marvel Cinematic Universe projects are fully locked, loaded and on their way: Disney+ TV series adaptations of Ms. Marvel, She-Hulk and Moon Knight. Josh and Kevin break down these characters and what their arrivals may mean for the MCU moving forward, and Kevin offers a She-Hulk casting proposition so good that it absolutely has to happen please and thank you. Whoever winds up in these shows, the first glimpse at the Star Wars series The Mandalorian gives a great indication of what these Disney+ shows will look like — namely, very professional and very awesome.



    Hear all of that, plus some quick takes on DC Comics properties as well as Amazon’s The Boys, in this month’s comic book catch-up with Josh and Kevin. Send feedback for what else you hope to hear from them, and if you’re a Kevin fan, make sure to support his comic book work by backing the Kickstarter for Life Finds a Way.



    Check our Josh and Kevin’s previous podcast discussing Spider-Man: Far From Home and more: Marvel | “Spider-Man: Far From Home” and Far Beyond.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Avengers: Endgame | A Very Late Review

    Avengers: Endgame | A Very Late Review

    Avengers: Endgame | A Very Late Review

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) assemble once more to commit a time heist and recap Avengers: Endgame, despite being several weeks late to the party. In the podcast, Josh and Kevin walk through the entire movie and stop down to survey the damage, saluting favorite moments along the way and much more.

    • 1 hr 44 min
    Avengers: Infinity War Review | The State of the Marvel Universe

    Avengers: Infinity War Review | The State of the Marvel Universe

    Avengers: Infinity War Review | The State of the Marvel Universe

     

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Jim Gibbons (@TheJimGibbons) get together to discuss AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR, the latest Marvel Studios blockbuster that brings ten years of stories to a climactic head.



    In this podcast, Josh and Jim deliver a full spoiler breakdown of the film’s twists and turns, the brutal ending, all things Thanos, and forecasting what’s to come in 2019’s Avengers sequel. They give ample warning before the spoilers begin, by first diving into their own personal history with the Marvel Cinematic Universe — an entertainment endeavor that was birthed into existence the same year Josh and Jim first met.



    Following their discussion of INFINITY WAR, Josh and Jim spend time focusing on some of the other films and TV shows they haven’t had a chance to catch up on since their most recent podcast series together, in which they covered THE DEFENDERS on Netflix. Starting around the 1:18:00 mark, Josh and Jim dive into BLACK PANTHER, THOR RAGNAROK, THE PUNISHER, JESSICA JONES, RUNAWAYS, LEGION and THE GIFTED.



    Want to hear more from Josh and Jim? Let them know on Twitter: @roundhoward and @TheJimGibbons respectively. You can also send us feedback at postshowrecaps.com/feedback.

    • 1 hr 49 min
    ‘The Gifted’ Series Premiere | Review of Fox’s New X-Men Show

    ‘The Gifted’ Series Premiere | Review of Fox’s New X-Men Show

    ‘The Gifted’ Series Premiere Recap Podcast



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) is joined by Jon Reed (@JonReed16) of the Nerdrotic podcast to discuss the launch of Fox’s new Marvel superhero series, “The Gifted.” From showrunner Matt Nix and X-Men helmer Bryan Singer, “The Gifted” focuses on the Struckers, a family of four forced on the run after the two children are outed as mutants — or “persons of genetic difference,” as it were — in a world with a zero tolerance policy toward their kind. In their travels, they encounter several other mutants, rooted in comic book lore, including Blink and Polaris. As for the X-Men? They’re missing in action, with their disappearance set to be explored further as “The Gifted” moves along.

    Over the course of the podcast, Josh and Jon discuss the ins and outs of X-Men history and how it relates to “The Gifted,” whether or not this show is rooted in the X-Men movie universe, why this series deserves a chance where some other superhero shows may not (no shade, Inhumans; okay, maybe some shade), why Jon is so pumped to see characters like Polaris on his screen, and speculation about the future of the series.

    • 56 min
    Beyond The Defenders | The State of the Marvel Netflix Universe

    Beyond The Defenders | The State of the Marvel Netflix Universe

    Beyond The Defenders | The State of the Marvel Netflix Universe with Josh Wigler & Jim Gibbons



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Jim Gibbons (@TheJimGibbons) are back together once more to talk about all things Marvel in their wrap-up show for THE DEFENDERS, the eight-episode limited series that combined the casts of DAREDEVIL, JESSICA JONES, LUKE CAGE and IRON FIST into one package. Over the course of the podcast, Josh and Jim take the pulse of the Marvel Netflix Universe, read feedback from the listeners, sift through Josh’s interviews with creatives involved in the series (including Daredevil himself, Charlie Cox), and announce their plans for the near future: a two-part PUNISHER podcast, launching as soon as the series drops at some point in the coming weeks. As it stands, PUNISHER lacks a release date beyond the very enigmatic 2017, so expect those podcasts sooner than later.





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    • 1 hr 41 min
    MARVEL’S THE DEFENDERS | Episodes 7 & 8 Recap

    MARVEL’S THE DEFENDERS | Episodes 7 & 8 Recap

    Marvel’s The Defenders Episode 7 & 8 Recap Podcast from August 31st, 2017

    It’s wake up time!



    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Jim Gibbons (@TheJimGibbons) reunite once more to discuss the final two episodes of MARVEL’S THE DEFENDERS, called “Fish in the Jailhouse” and (appropriately enough) “The Defenders,” respectively. In their recap of the finale, Josh and Jim weigh in on how the show ended for each of the titular heroes, lavish praise on the increased screen time for side characters like Misty Knight and Colleen Wing, debate whether or not a skeletal dragon’s ribcage counts as a hallway, and more.



    Josh and Jim will have one more DEFENDERS podcast coming your way soon, answering all of your feedback from throughout the series. Send in your questions and comments to postshowrecaps.com/feedback, or reach out to Josh and Jim directly on Twitter.

    • 1 hr 19 min

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