Tag: Marvel Studios

Iron Man 2 & 3

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After a several month delay due to the birth of my son combined with taking on extra writing work this year, the podcast is finally back as Arune Singh joins me to finish off the Iron Man franchise in a double episode.

Originally we had planned on doing individual episodes for each Iron Man film, but when we recorded Iron Man 2 and the audio got wrecked the first time, we figured it might be easier to combine them.

These are two of the weakest movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but Arune and I wanted to go over specifically what went wrong and what went right, and why they were important for the world building of this universe as a whole.

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Captain America Trilogy

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Arune Singh is back on the podcast this week to talk about the Captain America trilogy, going through The First Avenger, Winter Soldier, and Civil War point by point with some sprinkling in of other films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Episode 5 – Arune Singh and Comics

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After a couple weeks off to enjoy the holidays, the podcast is back with special guest Arune Singh, former executive director of TV communications for Marvel, and current VP of marketing for BOOM Studios.

Arune is a Habs fan from Toronto now living in Los Angeles, so of course we had to talk about the Montreal Canadiens this season, the trade of P.K. Subban to the Nashville Predators, and feelings about the team going forward.

From there we moved on from hockey to talk comics, touching on Arune’s history with Marvel and love of DC, as well as adaptations from page to screen, small and big.

We debate 90’s cartoons, Fast and the Furious, and our favourite comic runs, before getting into your questions, Netflix suggestions and tips for comics to pick up.