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    I Want My M(CU)TVNovember 14, 2021MCU Origin Story (Iron Man/Thor)
    31 MCU's Origin Story

    Swamp Kittens, assemble! Don, Lisa, and Kelly took some time during the break between shows to look back at the MCU’s origin story, reviewing Iron Man and Thor. Find out how they hold up as films, as support for the eventual universe, and even as introductions of some now beloved film characters. Send your theories for Kelly, your questions for the Professor, and your murder lizard content for Lisa to mcutv@theincomparable.com.

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    The Incomparable MothershipJuly 14, 2018"Thor" and "Thor: The Dark World"
    415 Congratulations to the Flat Earthers

    Take off your pants and prepare a long scene-setting speech about space mythology, because it’s time to discuss “Thor” and “Thor: The Dark World” as we continue our Summer of Marvel. We praise the excellent casting of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, as well as smaller players Stellan SkarsgĂ„rd and Kat Dennings, while wondering about what went wrong with Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster. (Hint: It’s mostly the writing.) Perhaps most importantly, Jason finally sees what other people see in “The Dark World” that he doesn’t… even if he remains unconvinced.

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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.