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    Biff!November 6, 2020MCU Moment Draft
    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.

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    Biff!April 1, 2020What If?
    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!

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    The Incomparable MothershipJuly 21, 2018"Captain America: The First Avenger" and "Captain America: Winter Soldier"
    416 My Favorite of the Chrises

    Thaw yourself out of the ice and wave a flag, because we’re revisiting “Captain America: The First Avenger” and “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” as we continue our walk through the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We discuss the charismatic power of Chris Evans, the smoothness of the Red Skull’s face, the unrecognizability of the Winter Soldier, our lack of trust in Robert Redford, and how Black Widow splits time between setting Steve Rogers up on dates and changing all the sizing tags on his clothing. Buy some war bonds and join us as we discuss that star-spangled man with a plan!

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    The Incomparable MothershipSeptember 18, 2011
    57 Weird Subplots About Fondue

    This past summer’s superhero movies are in the spotlight! Are the gods just aliens? When are mutant strippers unrealistic? Why would you beat up people after costing them their jobs? And why do the Stark boys enjoy themselves—and cheesy foodstuffs—so much? Our esteemed panel breaks down how “Captain America,” “Thor,” “X-Men: First Class,” and “Green Lantern” fared.