Reel Comic Heroes 066 - Superman IV: The Quest for Peace with Rory M. Spence

Superman IV: The Quest for Peace

with Rory M. Spence

Rory M. Spence is back with us to visit our old pal Superman as he deals with the latest scheme of Lex Luthor’s. Of course we’re talking about Superman IV: The Quest for Peace. Weigh in with your thoughts over on the League of Citizens Facebook group.


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Reel Comic Heroes 064 - Innerspace with Brett Vicchrilli

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Reel Comic Heroes

064 - Innerspace

We’re back and we’re taking a look at the 1987 Joe Dante classic(?) ‘Innerspace’. Joining us on a journey to discover the hero within us all is Brett Vicchrilli.

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Reel Comic Heroes 063 - The Living Daylights

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Reel Comic Heroes

063 - The Living Daylights

Watching a Bond movie is sort of like coming back home. But this time, it’s like coming home, and finding out that someone else has moved in. We’re looking at a new James Bond for the first time in quite a while. Timothy Dalton takes over as 007 in ‘The Living Daylights’. Find out what we thought, and let us know what you think. Join our Facebook group ‘Reel Comic Heroes - League of Citizens’ to discuss this and any other geeky topic on your mind.

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Reel Comic Heroes 018 - Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope Part 2 with Rory Spence

Welcome back Citizens! We're happy to present the conclusion of our Star Wars review with Rory Spence from Hangover Reviews.

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This Week's Geek - September 6, 2015

Greetings, Citizens. We're releasing the next episode tomorrow 'From Russia with Love'. But until then, I wanted to share a few things I saw this week that were pretty geekworthy. 

First up, Marvel is releasing a bunch of video featurettes online that have been really cool. I really dig seeing how The Vision came to be. There's a nice mix of CG and live performance for that character. Head over to Marvel's YouTube page to get sucked into that worm hole. It's also nice that Avengers: Age of Ultron is out next week. At least digitally (I've pre-ordered through iTunes). The physical DVD/BluRay's won't be out until early October.

Next we have Star Wars has finally released merchandise for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. I've read a lot of articles from people who have scored big (the remote controlled BB-8 seems to be the big hit), and some from people have left stores empty handed. It's nice that there's a lot of excitement for Star Wars merchandise again. But I'm sitting this one out. I've pretty much removed myself from the toy-buying game. When The Phantom Menace came out, I spent all my money on toys. I had the entire line of action figures from the movie. And then they got boxed away. They survived (sort of) a flood in my parents basement, but were pretty much all water-logged. All those 'mint-on-card' figures ended up being dirty plastic on warped cardboard. So I dumped them all on Craigslist and said goodbye. Aside from toys, there's also a new Star Wars book which was released. Star Wars: Aftermath by Chuck Wendig. Aftermath appears to be the first in a trilogy of books which will span the gap from Return of the Jedi to The Force Awakens. 

Lastly, I wanted to let people know about a graphic novel which is coming soon. One of my podcasting-heroes, Alex Robinson, is releasing his next graphic novel titled 'Our Expanding Universe' (available on pre-order over here). Aside from being an award-winning author/graphic novelist Alex is a podcaster and co-host of two of my favorite podcasts: Star Wars Minute and AlphaBeatical. On Star Wars Minute, Alex and Pete the Retailer dedicate one episode to every minute of the Star Wars movies. From opening crawl to closing credits, they provide their thoughts and opinions as well as trivia to every minute of the movies. They've completed the original trilogy, and are preparing to begin 'The Naboo Movie'. Over on AlphaBeatical, Alex, along with co-hosts: Pete the Retailer, El Adam, and John review and rate The Beatles catalog from A to Z, or more accurately; from 12 to Y. If you're a fan of The Beatles and their music like I am, this show is something you definitely want to put into your ears.

That's all I have for this week. Each week I'm going to try to share some cool content, as well as point people in the direction of other podcasts they may enjoy like I do. 

Have a great week, and check us out on the next episode: From Russia with Love.

Thanks... and stuff.

It's been a good week for the Reel Comic Heroes podcast. We launched our Intro and Superman and the Mole Man commentary episodes. The download numbers look very encouraging, so Thank You for downloading and listening to the show. We will continue to add new episodes, and will incorporate some of the feedback we've received in order to make this show even better.

Here are some things I found this week which you may enjoy:

Over on StarWarsMinute podcast, they reviewed the trailer for Episode 1  - The Phantom Menace as a precursor to their new season. During the review they pointed out a really cool video on YouTube. Apparently someone recut the Episode 1 trailer in the style of The Force Awakens teaser trailer from a few months ago. I have to say, when you rearrange The Phantom Menace and use the music and sounds from The Force Awakens, I still get chills. Link below for the video.

In other awesome news; Marvel released a few promotional art pieces announcing the team lineups for Captain America: Civil War. Joining Cap will be: Falcon (and Redwing!), Winter Soldier, Agent 13 (Sharon Carter), Hawkeye, and Ant-Man. On Iron Man's side will be: Black Widow, The Vision, Black Panther, and War Machine. No word yet on which side, if either, Scarlet Witch and Spider-Man will be on. 

Meanwhile back at the (Skywalker) Ranch. Via the official Star Wars Instagram account a few more scenes and dialogue were shown. There's a great bit of what appears to be a standoff between Kylo Ren and Finn (who is holding a blue lightsaber).

 

The Mission Statement

And Lo! There came a day. A day like no other. When Earth's mightiest podcasters were unable to do it alone. Travis and Patrick joined forces and formed The Reel Comic Heroes Podcast. Our goal was simple; review movies from a genre we love. But then something happened. We discovered that not only did we want to talk about Superman, Batman, Spider-Man and the rest. We wanted to talk about our other heroes. Mr. Spock, James Bond, and Indiana Jones. Harry Potter and Luke Skywalker, too. What started as a simple goal of talking about comic book movies quickly turned into a larger project than we intended. But the mission remains. We will start at the beginning and chronologically work toward the present. And like Batman, we know there may never be a day when the job is done. But we'll know we tried.

With all that being said. Please stay tuned for updates and the first episode of: The Reel Comic Heroes Podcast.