100

Legends of Tomorrow S6E10: “Bad Blood” / Black Widow

It’s episode 100 of our little superhero TV/movie podcast, and we’re celebrating by recapping the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, where we discuss the rules of magic, alien consequences, and dramatic misfires. Then, in a supersized Superhero Sweep segment, we spend a bit pontificating on the latest Loki/WandaVision conspiracy theory, followed by a discussion of the recently released Black Widow. And we wrap it all up with a big thank you to you, our readers.

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 10 and Black Widow

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


99

Loki E6: “For All Time. Always” / Legends of Tomorrow S6E9: “This is Gus”

It’s We Who Remain this week. First, it’s the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, with a heartfelt episode about a sitcom, some great hair, and two unexpected pregnancies. Then, we wrap up the first season of Loki and discuss the many threads being spun out, our success and failure at conspiracy theories, and the surprising power of three people in a room talking.

Loki, Episode 6 and Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


98

Loki E5: “Journey into Mystery”

We’re all journeying into mystery this week, with two of our usuals at undisclosed locations as we discuss the latest episode of Loki. Hot topics include who exactly is behind the TVA, whether Renslayer is at all trustworthy, and the majesty that is Richard E. Grant.

Loki, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


97

Loki E4: “The Nexus Event” / Legends of Tomorrow S6E8: “Stressed Western”

Apocalypse, meet aliens. As we continue our double feature, we enjoy a classic romp on Legends of Tomorrow with secrets revealed, a notable guest star, and a singing cowboy? Then, in our recap of the latest episode of Loki, we discuss surprising twists and turns, a notable guest star redux, and conspiracies galore.

Loki, Episode 4 and Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


96

Loki E3: “Lamentis” / Legends of Tomorrow S6E7: “Back to the Finale: Part II”

Weirdly enough, we run around on two deadly purple alien worlds this week as we continue our moonlighting gig. First up, an excellent midseason finale of Legends of Tomorrow where we enjoy time travel hijinks, exploding mannequins, and the a heartfelt reunion.

Then, we’re marooned on a dying world for the third episode of Loki and discuss some uneven plot beats, enjoyable character moments, and a heck of a revelation about TVA agents.

Loki, Episode 3 and Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


95

Loki E2: “The Variant” / Legends of Tomorrow S6E6: “Bishop’s Gambit”

Double trouble continues this week. First, we discuss the most recent episode of Legends of Tomorrow, with a solid Mick Rory story, alien hijinks, and a surprise ending.

Then we rejoin our Time Variance Authority team to examine the second episode of Loki, and ponder the multiverse, get giddy over the destruction of Pompeii, and, of course, sigh about jet skis.

Loki, Episode 2 and Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


94

Loki E1: “Glorious Purpose” / Legends of Tomorrow S6E5: “The Satanist’s Apprentice”

What’s better than one show that mucks about with the timeline? Two shows that muck about with the timeline! The crew is pulling double duty this week: first up, the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow complete with a Disney pastiche, a portrait of Aleister Crowley, and the hardest cheese you’ll ever see.

Then, we discuss the debut episode of the latest Marvel series on Disney+, Loki. Hot topics include free will vs. predestination, a psychological breakdown, and time-travel shenanigans.

Loki, Episode 1 and Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


93

Superman & Lois Revisited

While the Legends have the week off, the crew convenes to discuss the first season of Superman & Lois thus far. We talk about letting Superman fail on the regular (without the world being at stake), realistic family dynamics, and a surprising mid-season twist.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


92

Legends of Tomorrow S6E4: “Bay of Squids”

What could make the Cuban Missile Crisis more of a crisis? Aliens and time travelers, probably. Strap in for this week’s episode of Legends of Tomorrow as we discuss the challenges of plot without heart, some muddled character development, and the oddest football game ever. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk about a couple of standout Supergirl episodes, the upcoming Eternals, and what we’ve been watching.

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


91

Legends of Tomorrow S6E3: “The Ex-Factor”

Determining the world leader by reality competition? Maybe not that ridiculous. We’re back to cover the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, including commitment to bits, execution vs. premise, and the grace notes that save the day. Plus, in Superhero Sweep, we discuss Batwoman, the upcoming What If?, and discuss everybody’s second favorite Canadian, Wolverine.

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


90

Legends of Tomorrow S6E2: “Meat: The Legends”

You might want to think twice before you eat that burger. We’re back with our coverage of the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, including surprisingly sensible alien lifecycles, fast food chain origin stories, and some finger-snapping totem fun. Plus, in our Superhero Sweep segment we talk up Pennyworth season two, as well as discussing previews of Sweet Tooth and Venom: Let There Be Carnage.

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 2

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


89

Legends of Tomorrow S6E1: “Ground Control to Sara Lance”

No avenging! We’re taking a break from the heavy societal issues to have a little fun as we return to Legends of Tomorrow. We discuss strong character moments, the un-surprise of a secret alien, and whether Sara Lance is in fact the quintessential human. Plus, it’s the return of our Superhero Sweep segment, in which we discuss a surprising CW show and Marvel’s latest Phase Four sizzle reel. Finally, we dust off a sheaf of letters that got stuck in the transom.

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 6, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


88

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E6: “One World, One People”

This week, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier—if that really is your title!—barrel rolls towards an uneven landing. We discuss impressive stunts, awkward character beats, and whether some punches ultimately get pulled. Plus, what’s next?

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


87

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E5: “Truth”

It’s the calm before the storm on this week’s episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. We discuss what the heck that one senator’s job is, whether we’ve seen the last of Zemo, and our spin-off pitch, This Old Boat. Plus, a very quick take on the new Shang-Chi trailer.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


86

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E4: “The Whole World Is Watching”

It gets intense on this week’s episode of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier as we have multiple showdowns. We discuss John Walker’s increasing twitchiness, an action- and meaning-packed fight scene, and why you should never trust a creepily-singing stranger handing out candy.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


85

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E3: “Power Broker”

Let us explain: no, there is too much. It’s a packed episode of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier this week, and not always for the better. We take on the identity of the titular character, a bar scene that makes no sense, and what exactly the show wants us to think about the Flag Smashers.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


84

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E2: “The Star-Spangled Man”

We relate to The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and not just because the lead characters constantly aggravate one another. This week, we discuss the newly minted “White Cap”, our heroes hatred for sidewalks, and Bucky hitting the nail on the head.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 2

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


83

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier E1: “New World Order”

We’ve got a new assignment, and it’s taking on The Falcon and the Winter Soldier on Disney+. For this debut episode, we discuss Sam and Bucky’s journeys, why it’s so hard to get a loan, and when in a relationship is too soon to reveal your robot arm.

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


82

Superman & Lois

With a brief window between Marvel series on Disney+, we convene for a high-level discussion about the first three episodes of the CW’s Superman & Lois. We discuss overbuilt suits, conflicts you can’t punch your way out of, and saving people. (Very light spoilers for Superman & Lois as well as some wrap-up WandaVision thoughts.)

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


81

WandaVision S1E9 Review: “The Series Finale”

WandaVision goes off the air…permanently? We discuss the finale, including a logical Vision face-off, remorse and apologies, and how to pull off a superhero costume. Plus, where do we go from here?

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


80

WandaVision S1E8 Review: “Previously On”

Who doesn’t like a good clip show? We get insight into what exactly has driven the events of WandaVision this week, prompting discussion of Hayward’s agenda, the effects of grief, and one big name drop ahead of next week’s season finale.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


79

WandaVision S1E7 Review: “Breaking the Fourth Wall”

The chips start to fall on this week’s episode of WandaVision. We sit down and talk directly to the camera about new superheroes, re-capping Marvel movies, and exactly who is behind it all?! (Perhaps not who we think?)

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


78

WandaVision S1E6 Review: “All-New Halloween Spooktacular!”

Classic costumes, troublemaking brothers, and superpowers kids are the order of the day as we discuss the latest episode of WandaVision. We theorize about who exactly is behind the Maximoff Anomaly, whether Pietro is all that he seems, and what the hell was up with that commercial.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


77

WandaVision S1E5: “On a Very Special Episode…”

A very special episode, indeed. Bombshells are dropped, the cracks in reality widen, and we’re left with a real head scratcher as we discuss whether Wanda is behind everything, multiple layers of reality, and what kind of drones the 1980s really had.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


76

WandaVision S1E4: “We Interrupt This Program”

We’re coming back from the looking glass this week, as we leave WandaWorld™ to see what’s happening on the outside of the TV screen. We discuss the impact of the Blip and our deep and abiding love of Jimmy Woo before embarking upon a lengthy trip to Conspiracy Corner.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


75

WandaVision S1E3: “Now in Color”

We’re all here because… because… well, because someone has to discuss the latest episode of Disney+’s WandaVision! We discuss the cracks that are starting to show; trying to nail that classic humor with a modern edge; the mysteries of Geraldine, Agnes, and Herb; and the technical proficiency required to mimic the look and feel of old TV.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


74

WandaVision S1E1-E2: “Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience”/”Don’t Touch That Dial”

Marvel launches its first foray into producing its own TV shows, and of course we’re here to talk about it. And because it’s just too important to leave to us, we also invite our good pal Lisa Schmeiser to join us as we discuss the sitcom trappings, giving two underused characters a chance to shy, and, of course, our theories behind what’s going on.

WandaVision, Season 1, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English with Lisa Schmeiser


73

Giant-Size Superhero Sweep #5

We’re back after a brief hiatus, and we’re wrapping up all the superhero news we missed: the official cancellation of Green Arrow and the Canaries; Michael Keaton’s possible return to the Batman franchise; Deadpool’s entry in to the MCU; and Chris Evans possibly picking up the shield again. Plus, we’re really looking forward to WandaVision.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


72

Wonder Woman 1984

For the last show of the year, we gather to discuss Wonder Woman 84, which debuted on HBO Max on Christmas Day. We talk about what we liked, what didn’t work, and what was downright problematic. Then Dan springs a year-end challenge on John and Guy with predictably disastrous results.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


71

Marvel Multiverse of Madness

Just when you thought it was safe to take the rest of the year off, Disney dumps a whole boatload of information on a huge slate of Marvel Cinematic Universe TV shows and movies. We assemble our crack crew of definitely not Skrulls to discuss the latest announcements and sift through all the news.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


70

Higher, Further, Faster

The new Marvel’s 616 documentary series on Disney+ looks at the culture and history of the comics company and its creations. We take a look at episode 2, which deals with the history of female creators at the company, and discuss the rosy picture it paints, and where it falls short. Then it’s a Giant Size Superhero Sweep, covering the latest Spider-Man 3 casting (everything old is new again), filming on the Hawkeye series, and the latest developments in the Arrowverse. Finally, your letters.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


69

Villain Draft

We’re back with our nicest episode and yet another draft. This time our intrepid hosts are picking their favorite villains from across comic book TV shows and movies, and while there are some easy predictions here, some of these takes may surprise you! Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss Wonder Woman 1984 coming to streaming, a couple new CW superhero shows, and nothing at all about a certain black-and-white disasterpiece.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


68

Our Favorite MCU Moments

It’s an impromptu draft this week, as we pick our favorite moments from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and discuss exactly what makes them resonate for us. And we wish a happy birthday to a very special someone.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


67

The Vision (2015-2016)

A show about superhero TV shows, movies, and…comic books?! This week, in preparation for the upcoming WandaVision series, we take a look at the 2015-2016 run of The Vision, written by Tom King with art by Gabriel Hernandez Walta, colors by Jordie Bellaire. Hot topics include the importance of family, a superhero story with no villains, and what it means to be human. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss casting rumors for Marvel’s Moon Knight series, the return of the CW’s superhero shows, and what—if anything—we’re excited about.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


66

What We’re Watching

It’s a far-ranging show this week, as we discuss the shows we’re watching. We have a throwback conversation about the first season of Daredevil, as well as the potential future for Netflix’s Marvel characters in the MCU, plus a frank discussion of what doesn’t appeal to us about The Boys. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the recently greenlit (eh? ehhh?) Green Lantern series at HBO Max, and our first peek at Marvel’s stop-motion animated MODOK series. Plus, we sneak in a little Star Trek talk. Of course.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


65

Doom Patrol, Season One

It’s gonna get weird. This week, we’re talking about the DCU/HBO Max series Doom Patrol, a character-driven series that is super bizarre, but is probably worth your time. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, the latest MCU casting news, and finally, a long-awaited return to the Letters Page with a quarantine twist.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


64

Giant-Size Superhero Sweep #4

It’s time for some casting news this week, as we run down new additions to Marvel’s upcoming TV series, Sony’s increasingly bizarre Spider-Man franchise, and the Arrowverse on the CW. Then we talk briefly about John’s experience with the Batman: Year One animated movie, among other topics. (Apologies for the audio quality in the first half of the show, we had a recording mishap!)

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


63

Giant-Size Superhero Sweep #3

Extra, extra, read all about it! Lots of superhero news this week. We discuss a new trailer for WandaVision, the delay of upcoming MCU movies, new Justice League reshoots, and the end of a CW superhero series, among other topics.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


62

Ted Lasso

One host might be missing, but all hosts of the show agree that Ted Lasso is not only a great show, but is arguably a superhero? So, uh, technically canon.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


61

Remembering Chadwick Boseman

This week, we remember Chadwick Boseman, who passed away all too young. We reflect on his role as T’Challa/Black Panther in the MCU and discuss the power and legacy of his performance.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


60

Reframing Batman

It’s been twenty minutes so of course it’s time for a new take on Batman. So we invited on Batman University mastermind Tony Sindelar to dissect the trailer for Matt Reeves’s The Batman, the Robert Pattinson-led film that will appear sometime in 2021, maybe? Then we use that as a springboard for a larger conversation about more relevant and more interesting takes on Batman that we’d like to see.

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The Batman

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English with Tony Sindelar


59

Stargirl, Season 1

After a much-needed break, we’re back with a look at one of our favorite debuts of this year, the DCU’s Stargirl. In our spoiler-filled discussion we discuss complex heroes and villains, an evil plot that leaves the good guys strangely uncomfortable, and the down home charm of Luke Wilson. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss some of the news out of the recent DC FanDome, including The Suicide Squad and Wonder Woman 1984 as well as ask you not to go see New Mutants in theaters.

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Stargirl, Season 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


58

Agents of SHIELD S7E12-13: “The End is at Hand”/”What We’re Fighting For”

Here we are, at the end of all things. The team recaps the final two episode of Agents of SHIELD and tears are shed, laughter is shared, and memories are…reminisced. We discuss enemies who are as strong as the plot demands, the head-scratching contrivances of the plot, and how it’s appropriate that it all ends with a Zoom call.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 13

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


57

Agents of SHIELD S7E11: “Brand New Day”

Tune in for the quickly moving plot, stay for the character moments as we recap this week’s episode of Agents of SHIELD. Our hosts discuss time travel mechanics, some genuinely touching scenes, and a nice name-only cameo. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, Captain Marvel 2 may have a director and Spider-Man wants to know what console you’re using.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 11

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


56

Agents of SHIELD S7E10: “Stolen”

This week, our trio of hosts mulls over connective tissue as they discuss the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. Topics include bad guys’ agendas, tying up loose character ends, and a loving homage to a bygone villain.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 10

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


55

Agents of SHIELD S7E9: “As I Have Always Been”

This week, our three hosts are condemned to live the same twenty minutes over and over again as they battle a malfunctioning time machine. We discuss tropes that work, real drama, and being condemned to live the same twenty minutes over and over again as they battle a malfunctioning time machine. In our Superhero Sweep segment, it’s some spoiler-free Stargirl discussion, and then in our Letters Page, we answer your latest questions.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


54

Agents of SHIELD S7E8: “After, Before”

This time travel ship is out of control, so we take a quick trip to Afterlife (no, not the Afterlife) in this week’s episode of Agents of SHIELD. We discuss Yo-Yo and May’s not-so-touchy-feely way of working out problems, Coulson’s melancholy, and the ageless nature of several of our stars. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, will The New Mutants get released on streaming instead of theaters, our impressions of the latest Stargirl, and a few other loose ends. Finally, a quick Letter Page to round us out.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


53

Agents of SHIELD S7E7: “The Totally Excellent Adventures of Mack and The D”

There’s a hot tub in the Lighthouse and killer robots with lasers—it doesn’t get more ’80s than that as we recap the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. We discuss Deke’s heart of gold, Mack’s terrible beard, and all the homages you could ever want. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the new lead for Batwoman and the largest gap between MCU movies since the franchise’s inception.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


52

Agents of SHIELD S7E6: “Adapt or Die”

Robots, robots, everywhere. This week, we’re bunkered down to talk the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. There’s plenty of Conspiracy Corner fodder as we discuss what’s up with Jemma, Coulson’s fate, and where exactly Fitz is? Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we cover the latest episodes of Stargirl as well as what else is on our watchlist these days.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


51

Agents of SHIELD S7E5: “A Trout in the Milk”

This week we’re strapping on our roller skates and heading to the disco as we cover the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. We discuss ignoring the mechanics of time travel, plenty of Easter eggs, and a truly amazing opening title sequence. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we address rumors of Michael Keaton returning to the cowl and a little bit about the latest episode of Stargirl.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


50

Agents of SHIELD S7E4: “Out of the Past”

The cold rain peppered down like bullets this week, as we go full noir for the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. We talk about this fantastic homage firing on all cylinders, how the show is even more resonant than when its as shot, and a surprise twist that none of your hosts saw coming. Plus, a long overdue return to Conspiracy Corner. Then in our Superhero Sweep segment, the first peek at the Snyder Cut, continued love for Stargirl, and a little off-topic chat about Star Wars: Squadrons.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


49

Agents of SHIELD S7E3: “Alien Commies from the Future!”

This week, we’re traveling to the ’50s to stop a bunch of robots from blowing up Area 51 in the latest episode of Agents of SHIELD. We discuss great-looking production values, some really good gags, and a visit from old friend. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, a Flash actor loses his job and we have an important conversation.

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Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


48

Legends of Tomorrow S5E14: “Swan Thong” / Agents of SHIELD S7E2: “Know Your Onions”

Our double-feature returns as we save the timeline with the Legends of Tomorrow in their season 5 finale, then take on proto-HYDRA with Agents of SHIELD in the second episode of their last season. Plus, blink-and-you’ll-miss-it installments of Superhero Sweep and our Letters Page. And a few brief words about what’s going on in the world.

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Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 14 / Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 2

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


47

Legends of Tomorrow S5E13: “The One Where We’re Trapped on TV” / Agents of SHIELD S7E1: “The New Deal”

This week, it’s a superhero time-travel science-fiction double feature as we’re trapped in a TV show, but even more than usual, on the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow, then take a jaunt back to 1931 for the season seven premiere of Agents of SHIELD.

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Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 13 / Agents of SHIELD, Season 7, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


46

Legends of Tomorrow S5E12: “I Am Legends”

Zombies, zombies everywhere, and never a cricket bat when you need it. We convene to discuss the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow which pays homage to the horror movie sub-genre. Then, in a supersized Superhero Sweep segment we discuss Ruby Rose’s surprise departure from Batwoman, the official plans to release “The Snyder Cut”, and our impressions of the first episode of DC Universe/CW’s Stargirl.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 12

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


45

Legends of Tomorrow S5E11: “Freaks and Greeks”

We’re going back to school this week, as we recap the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow in which the fate of the universe hangs upon a…beer pong game? Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we revisit recent episodes of The Flash and talk about the reshuffling of superhero schedules. Finally, in our Letters Page, we get musical before we wax philosophical about the pandemic.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 11

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


44

Legends of Tomorrow S5E10: “Ship Broken”

One of these three panelists…is a murderer. Or are they? This week, we trap our podcasters on a broken time ship with a blind assassin, a criminal father, and a hellhound to discuss the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, two out of three of our panelists are making bad decisions in watching old superhero movies.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 10

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


43

Legends of Tomorrow S5E9: “The Great British Fake Off”

Journey with us back to a mysterious boarding house full of history’s worst monsters and also these characters from the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow. We discuss good vs. great, the possibility of a successfully executed love triangle, and the mysterious sidelining of a major character.

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Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


42

Legends of Tomorrow S5E8: “Zari, Not Zari”

We’ve time traveled back to the present day, as our TV crew members recap the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow. We discuss raising the stakes, hall passes, and a surprising dearth of Supernatural lore. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we cover all the latest delays of properties, thanks to the coronavirus.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


41

Superman Returns

Twenty-eight years after Christopher Reeve defined the role, Legends of Tomorrow’s Brandon Routh suited up as the Man of Steel for this pseudo-sequel, Superman Returns. We discuss Routh’s great performance, Superman vs. physics, and why this movie is perfect for the times we’re in now. Up, up, and away!

Elsewhere in the episode, we cover a premiere date for Agents of SHIELD and a new director for Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness in our Superhero Sweep, as well as answering your letters.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


40

Lasers are Flying Everywhere

Our series of freeform episodes continues as each of our panelists brings an episode of a superhero animated show to watch. Guy covers Young Justice’s “Independence Day”, Dan discusses Justice League Unlimited’s “Double Date”, and John recap’s The Tick’s “The Tick vs. the Breadmaster.” Plus, a letter takes us very off-topic.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


39

Whales in the Hudson

With everything on a break, our faithful superhero team scrounges up some topics, including what Bruce Wayne would have really been like if his parents hadn’t died, our favorite Iron Man suits, and Cap’s real superpower (it’s not just his huge biceps). Plus, we answer your letters!

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


38

Comfort Food

With Legends of Tomorrow on a coronavirus-prompted break, we take this week to dive into some explorations of the worst superhero movies that we’ve consumed, how Marvel might finally address the Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom, and what our comfort food watches are. But not without our usual digressions in to Star Trek and Star Wars. Plus, a few letters have reached us in our self-imposed isolation.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


37

Legends of Tomorrow S5E7: “Romeo v Juliet: Dawn of Justness”

This week, it’s off to the theater, as our band of merry thespians recaps the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow. We discuss fantastic writing, every character getting their moment, and bid a tearful adieu to two characters, including an original cast member. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk the postponement of the Black Widow movie and other impacts of the coronavirus. Finally, a sartorial Letters Page.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


36

Legends of Tomorrow S5E6: “Mr. Parker’s Cul-De-Sac”

This week, guess who’s coming to dinner! We rejoin our favorite band of time-traveling idiots to deal with a blast from their past and a dinner party farce that’s beyond compare. Hot topics include how you deal with so many characters so effectively, a weird episode that’s even weirder than most episodes, and the delightful scenery chewing of Neal McDonough. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we get a long-wished-for live action appearance of our favorite villain, plus we discuss what might happen in (and to) the upcoming Black Widow movie. Then we round it all out with the Letters Page.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


35

The Teachers Never Do the Homework

Hop in, we’re going to talk about the Batmobile! Recently released photos of The Batman’s take on Batman’s iconic ride prompt a discussion about the various models we’ve seen over the years. Then, by popular (?) demand, we discuss what is apparently the most iconic butt in comics.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


34

Legends of Tomorrow S5E5: “Mortal Khanbat”

An ode to all things Hong Kong action movie this week as the crew of the Waverider makes its way to the year 1997 to face off against a resurrected Genghis Khan. We discuss the impact of John Woo on modern action cinema, a touching moment from a jerk sorcerer, and great cameo deployment. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we take a peek at Batman’s suit from the upcoming film and expostulate on where we feel Hollywood has wronged the Caped Crusader in recent history. Finally, in our Letters Page, we answer a query about…podcasts!

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


33

Legends of Tomorrow S5E4: “A Head of Her Time”

Vive la France! This week, it’s back to the French Revolution for our time-traveling crew, as we recap the latest episode of Legends of Tomorrow. We discuss adult relationships, a turn into darkness, and the importance of a DJ with a s’more for a head. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the latest season of The Flash and how it’s foregrounded Iris West-Allen. Finally, on our Letters Page, how we watch superhero shows.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


32

Legends of Tomorrow S5E3: “Slay Anything”

It’s prom night in the 2000s and the ’80s this week, as we recap a Legends of Tomorrow episode that pays homage to classic horror movies. We discuss automatic trope subversion, the characters you can’t help but love, and the sheer delight that Ray Palmer takes in cruditĂ©s. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss our glimpses of the upcoming Marvel series on Disney+, as well as brief discussions of DC’s Shazam! and Birds of Prey. Then, in our Letters Page, a last goodbye to Arrow and some thoughts on its potential spinoff.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Legends of Tomorrow, Season 5, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


31

Arrow S8E10: “Fadeout”

How do you do a series finale without the star? With lots of tears, lots of guest stars, and lots of flashbacks, naturally. The former Speedy Arrowcast team reconvenes to do its final duty, covering the last episode of the show that started it all. We discuss character moments trumping plot, the template for future superhero show finales, and, of course, where exactly John Diggle’s fate might take him. Plus, we answer your letters about the Arrow finale.

Lian Yu will live forever in our hearts, so why not get a commemorative t-shirt?

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 10

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


30

Arrow S8E9: “Green Arrow and the Canaries”

‘Tis the season for backdoor pilots, so we take a jaunt to Star City 2040 to visit with Green Arrow and the Canaries. We discuss post-Crisis implications, the importance of the “two moms” anchor dynamic, and how glad we are to finally see a truck heist. Over on our Letters Page, we prognosticate the next time Oliver Queen might grace our screens. And, of course, we encourage you to support this year’s member special where we create superhero cocktails.

Just one more week before our Lian Yu t-shirt becomes obsolete. Presumably?

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


29

Crisis on Infinite Earths, Episodes 4-5

Worlds lived, worlds died. The podcast will never be the same.

We discuss the conclusion of the Crisis on Infinite Earths crossover: the secret cameo we loved, the significance of catering budgets, and the returns that we’ve all been waiting for. Plus, why dementors have to use doors.

Is this the last time we’ll see Purgatory? Maybe, but you can still buy a T-shirt!

Crisis on Infinite Earths

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


28

More Uncle Ben, Less Batman

With a week to remain before the finale of Crisis on Infinite Earths, the Biff! team reassembles to discuss a handful of topics, including a (mostly spoiler-free) look at Epix’s Pennyworth series (and our pitch for The Butlers), how to end a giant saga, and why comedies are sometimes better at addressing hard issues than dramas. Plus, we answer several very important letters from our reading public, including what we’re looking forward to in 2020.

It’s never too late to buy a T-shirt!

Pennyworth

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


27

Giant-Size Superhero Sweep #2

As we prepare for our winter hiatus, the Super Squad is back with another Giant-Size Superhero Sweep episode. We kick off by discussing the Wonder Woman 1984 trailer, then discuss the divergence of DC and Marvel’s approaches to telling stories in their cinematic universes. Then, it’s a brief foray into the upcoming Stargirl show, and the end of the the Marvel Television universe. Finally, a thought-provoking letter about real-life superheroes.

The holidays are upon us—consider buying a t-shirt for a loved one!

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


26

Crisis on Infinite Earths, Episodes 1-3

The event more than a year in making has arrived. Will the Flash vanish? Will Oliver Queen bite the dust? What conspiracies can we find in this drawer? Our three paragons take on DC’s ultimate crossover, Crisis on Infinite Earths, and discuss the best fan service, how sometimes plots make no sense, and what might be the ultimate impact on the world formerly known as the Arrowverse.

Anybody know what Mandarin for “Purgatory” is? T-shirt!

Crisis on Infinite Earths

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


25

Arrow S8E7: “Purgatory”

And so it ends back where it begins. On this week’s episode of Arrow we’re going back to an island, but not for five years. We discuss Ollie channeling his whiny younger self, why you should always keep DNA samples of your cast, and what the heck is up with these ghosts? Then in our Superhero Sweep segment we try to figure out what the fallout from Crisis on Infinite Earths might be and discuss the newly released Black Widow trailer. Finally, our Letters Page addresses some lingering Arrow questions.

This Lian Yu shirt sells itself this week.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


24

Arrow S8E6: “Reset”

This week’s episode of Arrow throws us for a loop—a time loop. We talk about the lessons Ollie needs to learn before Crisis, the return of another much-missed face, and a fitting goodbye for both the characters and for us. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the “problem” with Superman and talk very generally about the trailer for Birds of Prey and Watchmen. Finally, our Letters Page takes us into the realm of sports, and somehow nobody ever mentions Sportsmaster. What’s up with that?

How do you dress in a time loop? In a suit? In a suit suit? Or in a spiffy t-shirt?

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


23

Arrow S8E5: “Prochnost”

What would the final season of Arrow be without a trip to Russia, that magical land where Oliver Queen did some Very Bad Things. And this time, bring the kids! We discuss a fitting cap for our favorite ex-gangster, possible motivations for Lyla’s mission for the Monitor, and why branding matters with your weapons. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk briefly about Batwoman before we continue gearing up for Crisis on Infinite Earths, and in the Letters Page we’ve got lightning round, superhero shows for Apple TV+, and supervillain identities—oh my!

Need that special something to wear when you’re in a underground cage match in Russia? Have we got the shirt for you!

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 5

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


22

Arrow S8E4: “Present Tense”

We’re going BACK…to the present this week, as Arrow smushes together some disparate plotlines and this season finally starts to get in gear. We discuss standout scenes, conspiracy theories about the Monitor, and how you get cell phone reception in the past. Plus, have none of these people ever seen a time travel movie? Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, it’s hurray for some sequels and speculation about the future of the MCU. Finally, in our Letters Page, we field an offspring-related query.

What does one wear to blend in when thrown 20 years into the past? A t-shirt, naturally.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 4

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


21

Arrow S8E3: “Leap of Faith”

Our team of assassins turned heroes returns this week with episode 3 of Arrow’s swan song season. We talk about when an Indiana Jones homage doesn’t quite land, the characters that we wish were around this week, confusing motives from an inscrutable being, and a…surprisingly promising ending? Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we speculate about the announcement of a Superman & Lois show in development and whether the Arrowverse can support yet another super-show, plus rumors of a Green Lantern show over on HBO Max Awesome Supreme. Finally, in the Letters Page, we speculate about one thing that could improve a show. And Guy and John take new jobs in a surprising location.

Want to blend in when you join all the other first-year assassins? Consider a spiffy shirt.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 3

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


20

Arrow S8E2: “Welcome to Hong Kong”

The Greatest Hits of Arrow continue as we return to the scene of Season 3: Hong Kong. We discuss the callbacks that we appreciated, emotional conversations with some weight, and letting a spinoff stand on its own two feet. Plus, the twist that we sort of saw coming? Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we continue our discussion of Batwoman, and mull over Jeph Loeb’s departure as Marvel TV czar. Finally, in our Letters Page, we choose the superpowers that we’ve always wanted.

Have you been stuck on an island for as much as a decade? Time for a new shirt.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 2

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


19

Arrow S8E1: “Starling City”

It’s only appropriate that the former Speedy Arrowcast crew returns to a funhouse-mirror Star City for the premiere of Arrow’s final season. We discuss familiar faces with a twist, the zingers that we stood up and applauded, and threading the needle of a final season and a massive crossover. In our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the season premiere of The Flash and the much improved second episode of Batwoman, then take a jaunt over to our Letters Page for some feedback about the Arrow premiere and where our thinking is on Joker.

Have you been stuck on an island for as much as a decade? Time for a new shirt.

Arrow, Season 8, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


18

Batwoman S1E1: “Pilot”

It’s off to Gotham City this week, as we take a look at the latest show in the CW superhero stable, Batwoman. Discussion points include surprisingly deep side characters (and the lack thereof), not dragging out twists, and why you should always have twice as many security personnel as attendees at your “movies at the park” night. Plus, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk about Martin Scorsese not caring for superhero movies, and why it shouldn’t matter, and what an oddball Nicolas Cage is. On our Letters Page, we field questions about the recently cancelled Ghost Rider project and how to pitch superhero shows to your loved ones.

If you’re looking for a way to support the show, have you considered a lovely shirt?

Batwoman, Season 1, Episode 1

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


17

Giant-Size Superhero Sweep #1

As we await the fall debut of a myriad of superhero shows, the newly dubbed Super Squad takes this week as an opportunity for a giant-sized Superhero Sweep segment, discussing the recent resolution of Spider-Man in the MCU, casting for Crisis on Infinite Earths, and news of an upcoming Arrow spin-off. Then we answer a letter about some fantasy casting, and indulge in a lively debate about the pronunciation of everybody’s favorite jerk superhero.

If you’re looking for a way to support the show, have you considered a lovely shirt?

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


16

Superman: The Movie

Faster than a speeding bullet, the Biff! team revisits the movie that truly kicked off blockbuster superhero epics: 1978’s Superman. We discuss how Jor-El is kind of a jerk, the amazing dual performance of Christopher Reeve, the world of the 1970s, how time travel doesn’t work, and the alternate universe Superman we want to see—plus much, much more. So hit the revolving door and change into your supersuit!

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


15

Growing up super

We continue our hiatus between shows filled with freeform topics. This week, we discuss the superhero media that we grew up with—TV shows, movies, comics, even books!—and how it shaped our involvement with the genre. Then, a brief Superhero Sweep touches on the new new Suicide Squad movie, and in our Letters Page we transplant a Star Trek episode into the superhero genre.

If you’re looking for a way to support the show, have you considered a lovely shirt?

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


14

What makes a superhero?

As we find ourselves between shows to recap, our team waxes a little bit philosophical this week, discussing what exactly makes a superhero. Is it the super? The hero? Plus, we talk about the reported casting of Kate Bishop in the Disney+ Hawkeye show and Peggy Carter’s next impossible mission. Then it’s over to the Letters Page to discuss our favorite comic runs and cross-franchise casting.

As always, we’ve got shirts for your wearing pleasure.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


13

Jessica Jones Season 3

While Guy is banished to an island, Dan and John take this opportunity to discuss the most recent (and final) season of Netflix’s Jessica Jones, including how different Hellcat is from her most recent comics run, which famous real world “psychic” teamed up with a Marvel villain, and the future of this set of characters. Plus, some discussion of the Disney-Sony fracas over Spider-Man and we answer your letters about our favorite superhero video games and what, if any, comic runs we’re following.

Get your shirts here!

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


12

Agents of SHIELD Season 6

Finally back at full strength, the team can discuss this overall season of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and venture some predictions about how it will all wrap up. Then it’s over to a giant-sized Superhero Sweep as we discuss the announcements from D23 about the growing MCU presence on the upcoming Disney+ streaming service.

Remember, if you’ve Bruce Bannered your way through your old shirt we’re here to help you out.

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


11

Agents of Shield S6E12-13: “The Sign”/”New Life”

This week John and Guy discuss the final doubleheader of Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. As crackerjack professionals, neither of them knew this was actually a doubleheader, despite Dan having told us so a few weeks ago. Join the fun as we wrap up the show’s penultimate season. We also discuss The Boys briefly, and we dip our toe in Doom Patrol.

Guy English and John Moltz


10

Agents of Shield S6E11: “From the Ashes”

With Dan stuck on an island, John and Guy are left to their own devices and immediately go off the rails. They then go on to discuss Agents of Shield Season 6, Episode 11, “From The Ashes.” Find out why Dan gave this episode a John, Jr. During the superhero sweep segment we cover “Thor 4,” which we’re ecstatic about, and a little bit about Pennyworth, the new Batman-sans-Batman show about a butler.

Guy English and John Moltz


9

Agents of SHIELD S6E10: “Leap”

This week, they’re busting us for possession…see what we did there? We recap the latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, discussing the sad death of a favorite, inter-dimensional being hangovers, how soon we forget fear dimensions, and homages to the works of John Carpenter.

Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we pore over the onslaught of Comic-Con information with a particular focus on the details of the upcoming Phase Four of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, including what we’re most looking forward to. And we answer a quick reader question on the Letters Page.

In honor of Arrow’s final season, don’t forget to get yourself a Lian Yu t-shirt.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 10

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


8

Agents of SHIELD S6E9: “Collision Course (Part II)”

Better late than never! Everything comes to a head this week as our team seeks to stop the end of an entire world. Oh, and in Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD too. Important discussions include the size of Henry Simmons’s arms, why you should always suspect the person who takes an impromptu nap, and that friendly baker we’ll all miss. Plus, we discuss the late breaking news about SHIELD’s upcoming final season.

Then in the this week’s Superhero Sweep we gird ourselves for the upcoming final season of Arrow, details of which are beginning to leak out, and discuss Spider-Man: Far From Home and its implications for the future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. And a special matrimonial Letters Page.

We’re still offering fabulous shirts, should your old ones be getting a little threadbare.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 9

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


7

Agents of SHIELD S6E8: “Collision Course (Part I)”

We’re an out-of-control truck barreling down the road, headed for an alien structure. Metaphorically and literally! But along the way, we discuss this week’s episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD episode, including why it’s not always wise to dish about monoliths, the value of having a good budget, and being jealous of yourself.

Then, in this week’s Superhero Sweep, we wildly speculate about what Phase IV of the MCU might be and take a look back at Avengers: Endgame a few months after release.

We’re still offering fabulous shirts, should your old ones be getting a little threadbare.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 8

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


6

Agents of SHIELD S6E7: “Toldja”

Get ready to breathe some fire and freeze some…aliens? This week, we discuss the latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Important topics include why locking up two bad guys together is a bad idea, the simple pleasures of being a baker, and how for once somebody really does seem like two sides of the same coin.

Then in our Superhero Sweep segment, Dan’s been watching the third season of Young Justice while John and Guy have been working their way through Doom Patrol. Then, on the Letters Page, we address news of a Sandman Netflix show with mixed feelings.

Don’t forget you can clothe yourself in the finest apparel on offer anywhere today.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 7

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


5

Agents of SHIELD S6E6: “Inescapable”

This week, we’re all trapped in a mind prison together as we recap the latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Important topics include the emotional resonance of our favorite couple, an appreciation for the show’s early episodes, and why even evil sides need to get some love.

In our Superhero Sweep segment, we have a brief high-level (spoiler-free) discussion about Netflix Marvel shows in the aftermath of the final season of Jessica Jones, which is also the last Marvel show to air on the service. Then we discuss conflicting reports of the Avengers: Endgame re-release. And on the Letters Page, a shout out to some excellent fan art, our predictions (or lack thereof) for season 3 of Legion, and what actual comic books we’re reading.

Don’t forget you can clothe yourself in the finest apparel on offer anywhere today.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 6

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Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


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Agents of SHIELD S6E5: “The Other Thing”

This week, worlds collide as we recap the latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. Important topics include flashback bait-and-switches, bad guys who aren’t bad guys, why you should never be best friends with a robot, and this show’s impressive handling of characters and plot.

Our letter of the week—on transplanting characters from one show to another—leads us directly into our Superhero Sweep segment, where we finally take a look back at the five seasons of madness that was Gotham, lauding the casting and the opportunity for actors to run wild, even when it made absolutely no sense. Plus a brief touch on the upcoming Alfred prequel Pennyworth and John watched a little Swamp Thing.

Don’t forget you can clothe yourself in the finest apparel on offer anywhere today.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 5

To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


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Agents of SHIELD S6E4: “Code Yellow”

We’re disrupting podcasts and actualizing our visions this week, as we take on the latest installment of Marvel’s AGENTS of SHIELD. Important topics include executive producers casting themselves, why you should never confess your love for another characters, and how to veer off formula but still succeed. Also, we introduce a new recurring feature: Biff of the Week.

In our Superhero Sweep segment, we touch briefly upon the trailer for Jessica Jones season 3, the kerfuffle around DC Universe’s quickly cancelled Swamp Thing, and why none of us is particularly eager for Dark Phoenix. Then, in our Letters Page, we envision what DC shows we’d like to see on the CW five years from now.

And remember, our shirts are still on sale.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 4

To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


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Agents of SHIELD S6E3: “Fear and Loathing on the Planet of Kitson”

The Biff! crew is high as kites and tripping balls this week as we discuss the latest episode of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD. We discuss under-table shenanigans, aliens just trying to earn a living, and why a Chronicom is a great best friend.

In our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the finale of this season of Legends of Tomorrow and what makes that show click. Then, in our Letters Page, we answer your questions about our superhero identities, our “process” for the show, and the first—but probably not last—installment of “Who would win in a fight?”

Finally, a special One More Thing reveal as the much ballyhooed shirts promised in the days of yore are now available for your purchase.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 3

To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English


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Agents of SHIELD S6E1-2: “Missing Pieces/Window of Opportunity”

Welcome to Biff! Rising from the ashes of the Speedy Arrowcast, we’re here to talk about all sorts of superhero TV and movies. This week, we kick off our coverage of season 6 of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD and discuss whether or not we’re now watching a Star Trek show, all the good fight scenes money can buy, and multiverse shenanigans.

In our Superhero Sweep segment, we discuss the past season of The Flash and where it stacks up with the rest of the series. Then, in our inaugural Letters Page segment, we “answer” your questions.

Agents of SHIELD, Season 6, Episode 1

To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter.

Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English