Put on your capes because we’re flying into superhero action with season one of Prime Video’s “Invincible,” based on Robert Kirkman’s long-running comic. Before the Spoiler Horn, we’ll tell you why this show is worth watching—and warn you about how it mixes its love of brightly colored superhero imagery and storylines with logical but unrestrained violence and gore. Then we break down some of this adaptation’s interesting story choices and ponder where it might be headed in season two and three.
Talking “Star Wars” has gotten to be a mix of good and bad news this year, but there might be a North Star to look forward to. Sam and Moze take a look at where content matters and where it is created. We look at some “The Boys” season 3 news, and cap off final thoughts and speculation about “Invincible.”
Time to take a break from all this MCU TV noise until June and open up your viewing catalog. A great way to get a superhero fix is “Invincible,” currently streaming on Prime Video. Sam and Moze also take a look at stunt casting and some gems currently released on our favorite platforms. We’ve also got some consternating sports talk about the legitimacy of America’s favorite sports entertainment.
There has been a bit of news this week, so we’ve plowed into it. Was “Godzilla vs. Kong” high art? Can a six-part show like “Falcon and Winter Solider” have time to create a sag in the middle of the season? All this and more covered on this week’s episode.