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In the episode we thought we would take a break from our drinks and smokes to vist our local comic book store. After our little trip we sit down and talk about a few of our favorite movies from 2012.
Whats on your top 5? Let us know, remember to comment below and let us know what you think. Also tell us other topics you would like us to discuss.…
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The comic book movie roundtable continues as the CCS crew divulges their hopes and expectations for Avengers 2, discuss Fox's outrageous mistreatment of the Merc with the Mouth…Continue
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Rating-Full Price!! **Just a quick heads up: I'm one of those that, like Leon and Cyrus, loves Spiderman 3, and the other two Rami films. The Spiderman trilogy is one of my favorite trilogies ever. Reason I'm saying this is because I know there were people that didn't like Spiderman 3, if you're one of those stop reading right now. Otherwise, kick back and I hope you enjoy.**
The story of The Amazing Spiderman is that one day, while going through some old junk,…Continue
Added by Peter Anders on December 14, 2012 at 8:00pm — No Comments
The Amazing Spider-man the video game where do I begin? It is a movie tie in game so that must mean it is utter shit right? Actually this is a good exception, in no means am I saying this game is great or really even that good but it is a fully functioning and playable game which is more than what I can say for the other movie tie ins. Now I am not the biggest Spider-man fan so the game wasn’t nothing special to me but for those of you that are this may be a much better…Continue
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Let me give you some back story. The Ultimate Universe, Marvel's alternate universe line of comics, killed of Peter Parker.…
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A smaller show with a smaller cast this week, We give out impressions of The Amazing Spider-man, Dare Devil loses a director while Fantastic Four gains one. Micheal Fassbender is gonna be an Assassin & much more.
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The Amazing Spider-Man has been released and now that I've seen it, I'm getting very excited about the next one. But it'll probably be at least a year before we know who is going to be in it, and I have a few ideas of what I'd love to see in the future of this new Spidey series.
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield) is an average kid in high school with an above average I.Q. He finds himself helping Dr. Curtis Connors (Rhys Ifans), an old friend of his father's, on a regeneration chemical that could bring back Connor's arm. But things go awry as Parker is bitten by a genetically altered spider and gains super strength and agility. He, as any kid would, uses this power to goof off until Connor's chemical…
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It's a short time later and Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) and Mary Jane Watson (Kirsten Dunst) are together and happy. But as Mary Jane's career begins to fall apart and Peter's alter ego of Spider-Man is more popular than ever, their love begins to falter. Peter's head begins to swell and lack of communication between the two draws them further apart. To make matters worse, an alien symbiote has found its way to Earth and…
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We catch up with Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) again two years after the previous film at a rough place in his life. He's jobless, friendless and hopeless, and his alter-ego is suffering due to his depression. He begins to question the ability to be happy having both worlds and if he will ever find happiness as Spider-Man. Meanwhile, the brilliant professor Otto Octavius (Alfred Molina) has become a raging monster and is…
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Peter Parker (Tobey Maguire) is looked down upon by most of if not all of his peers. One day he finds himself getting superpowers that allow him to climb up walls and shoot spiderwebs, thus becoming Spider-Man. But a foe by the name of the Green Goblin (Willem Dafoe (pun not intended)) is out to stop him.
I have an interesting history with this movie. I had heard of Spider-Man before I saw it in 2002, but I had…
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When Sony had said to the world that Sam Raimi and company had given up on the Spider-Man franchise, fans would shed tears as it was announced that it was going the Batman Begins route of rebooting the entire series after only three movies and five years following the previous film. Not only…Continue
On this weeks show we talk the possible Justice League movie, Black Panther, Is Venom in the Amazing Spider-man Universes?,The Dark Knight & Politics, Voice mail & much more.
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On this weeks show Armin talks the shipwreck that was Battleship, We take some calls from fans, talk a little about the possibility of a Star Wars TV series all this plus The Highlander remake & gay superheros.Continue
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Now take into consideration i was about 13 and had no idea they were going to reboot the whole series. Also, you can say i stole these ideas, i don't care what anyone says, i thought of this in my cousin's bedroom, just talking about stupid shit. Now onto my idea for spiderman 4. it's very close to the original birthing of carnage, but just switched around slightly.
SOOOO, my basic idea for spiderman 4 was the introduction of carnage. (i know, i know it's stupid) At the end of…Continue
Added by Weiler on January 11, 2012 at 10:25pm — No Comments