Reel Comic Heroes - Trailer Talk 010 - Thor: Ragnarok / Justice League

Patrick and Travis are taking a look at the newest content from 2017 San Diego Comic-Con for Thor: Ragnarok and the Justice League movies. Things are looking crazy for the next Thor movie. And it seems like Warner Bros. could be starting to get things on track. Check out these reviews and let us know what you think. As always, you can email us and share your feedback.

Thor: Ragnarok Trailer | Justice League Comic-Con Sneak Peek

Intro - 0:46.5

Thor: Ragnarok Trailer - 02:56.5

Thor Trailer Discussion - 05:23.5

Justice League Trailer - 29:07

JL Trailer Discussion - 33:17.5

Wrap Up - 01:01:51

As discussed in the episode. A tower near the gladiatorial ring appears to bear the likenesses of Man-Thing (top), Beta Ray Bill (upper left). 

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Trailer Talk 004 - Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice final trailer

The 2016 comic book movie lineup is underway with this weekend's release of Deadpool. The movie is doing very well for its opening weekend and has gotten a lot of praise. In this episode we're going to be chatting about some of the other upcoming films for 2016, and we'll talk about the newest and final Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer.

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Trailer Talk 002 - Deadpool, Captain America: Civil War, & Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Welcome back, Citizens. Patrick and Travis are back to weigh in on some upcoming films. First up is the Comic-Con trailer for Deadpool which looks really fun and different than any movie we've seen so far. Then we get into the first trailer for Captain America: Civil War (spoilers - we also discuss events leading up to Civil War in the comics). Lastly, we talk about a surprising new trailer for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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This Week's Geek - October 9, 2015

Greetings, Citizens! This week is shaping up pretty well with some tasty tidbits being dropped from both Marvel and DC. 

First off, Marvel Studios has updated their Phase 3 slate of films. They've announced a sequel to this summer's Ant-Man. In 2018 we will get to see Ant-Man and the Wasp. I really like the simplicity of the name and am really glad they didn't go with something like: "Ant-Man 2: Rise of the Wasp", or something in that vein. Evangeline Lilly was very charming in Ant-Man, and (spoilers) I love that teaser of her taking up the mantle of The Wasp. Ant-Man and the Wasp will arrive in three short years on July 6, 2018.

With the announcement of the Ant-Man/Wasp picture, Marvel also moved some other projects around to accomodate. Black Panter will be moving up to February 16, 2018, and Captain Marvel will be pushed back to March 8, 2019.

The Marvel announcement didn't end there. Also revealed were three more dates for untitled films, all in 2020. These three films could be standalone hero films, or sequels to previous movies, but either way we'll stay tuned.

 

DC/Warner Bros. have released some new costume images and concept art (below) of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.  It feels like we're weeks, if not days away from getting a final trailer for the movie. The movie has received a rating (PG-13) which means there's a final cut of the film. So now all we have to do is wait.

 

The last thing I want to share is the final trailer for the new James Bond film Spectre. I really like the direction the series has gone with Daniel Craig. Casino Royale is one of my favorite Bond films. Quantum of Solace, while not the best, is best viewed as a back-to-back sequel to Casino Royale, as it opens moments after the previous film ends. Skyfall is a beautiful film with a lot of great elements. I think one of my favorite aspects to Skyfall is that instead of getting bigger and bigger, the action and drama get smaller and more personal as the film closes. Anyways, I'm really excited about Spectre, and like The Force Awakens, I've kept myself fairly closed off to information in regards to them both. The trailers and official images are about all I've looked at so far, and I really want to keep myself in the dark as to the direction these new films are headed.

This Week's Geek - September 13, 2015

Hey there, Citizens. I wanted to start this off by thanking everyone who has tuned in and given our show a chance. We've got some really good episodes coming up for everyone to check out soon. Tomorrow we'll release our 4th episode which will cover the classic 007 film: Goldfinger

This week Marvel and Netflix released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming series Jessica Jones starring Krysten Ritter (link below). I'm slightly familiar with the character of Jessica Jones. I mainly know her from Brian Michael Bendis's run on New Avengers. Before that I know she was featured in her own comic book called Alias. After seeing what Marvel and Netflix were able to do with Daredevil, I have no doubt that this series will also be interesting and a nice introduction for fans of the larger cinematic universe Marvel is constructing. 

The DC camp seemed very quiet this week as far as film went. Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad are close to wrapping up and moving into the post production stages. DC/Warner Bros. did, however, announce that Wonder Woman will begin shooting this November. That will be an exciting film to keep an eye out for. It will be interesting to see what DC does with this character that so many people have been wanting to see on a big screen for years. One other item DC released this week was the first images of their Hawkman and Hawkgirl for the upcoming Legends of Tomorrow series.

In tech news, Apple just held its annual September event where, to no surprise, they revealed details about the next iPhone. But one of the most interesting pieces shown was the new iPad Pro along with the Apple Pencil. I'm not interested in getting either of these for myself necessarily, but I can't wait to start seeing videos pop up online of comic book artists like Rob Liefeld and Jim Lee getting their hands on them and sharing their sketch videos.

That's about all I wanted to share this week. I need to get back to work putting the finishing touches on the next episode: Goldfinger.