Caffeinated Comics Blog
This summers’ “X-Men” and “Men in Black” movies are bombs but no one seems to care. In a world of evergreen properties and multi-media schedules, does one movie even matter anymore? How are Batman and Marvel so powerful into their 80s? Plus, Gen X makes toys great again and Steven learns that all “Spider-Man” […]
Steven has a kidney stone that’s not as bad as “Dark Phoenix”. He did make it to “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” for better or worse. Plus, the death of the DC Universe app and Harrison Ford gives the last word on Indiana Jones.
The writer of “Batman” leaves “Batman”! Jon and Steven discuss what factored in Tom King’s dismissal from the flagship title, how “Batman/Catwoman” commits to his 100 issue story and why he’s writing a “New Gods” movie. Plus, is “Amazing Spider-Man” the most consistent title in comics history
Disappointment sits on the Iron Throne. Jon, Steven, David Brown and Renee Clarke discuss the controversial final season, how George R.R. Martin’s future books could possibly compete and the value in terrified screams. Plus, now that it’s over, is it worth starting?
A new “Batman” actor! A new Bat TV series! A new animated film! And why all of these make people mad! Plus, anime conventions, more Rick and Morty, Disney double streaming sites and why Robert Downey Jr. deserves 75 million dollars.
EP122: Marvel announces the biggest creative team on a single comic ever! Jon and Steven discuss how the anniversary book will balance more than 80 writers and artists, how DC set the stage with Action and Detective Comics 1000, and if this issue will affect continuity. Plus, the new “Spider-Man: Far From Home” trailer […]
In the afterglow of “Avengers: Endgame”, Jon and Steven seem to like everything, from “Free Comic Book Day” launching event books to “May the Fourth” taking a sentimental turn honoring the passing of Peter Mayhew. Plus, Jon meets Dana Gould for the first time since his appearance on the podcast.
**SPOILERS** Jon, Steven, Lisa Brown, Tina Canfield and Joe Pakovits go deep into the SPOILERS of the most SPOILERIFIC Marvel movie ever made. Plot points, character resolutions, tone and crying will all be discussed. SPOILERS!
Jon and Steven can’t stop the FOMO so Elliott Serrano and Marco Garcia stop by to tell them what it was like. How different was the show from C2E2 which was held in the sam place by the same people? How hard was it to get into those panels? And can Elliott ever forgive […]
The Force is strong in Chicago! Jon and Steven discuss the FOMO of skipping the show one month after C2E2, the live streaming p – anel and trailer for Episode IX and the shift to Disney+ later in the year. Plus, the new “Hellboy” movie is very, very bad.