We discuss changes to the comics’ version of the infinity gems to match the MCU and dive into a few comics-related news headlines.
What’s up Superfriends!? If you’re reading this that means that we’ve all entered year 3 of this thing together and it’s still chugging along. No doubt you’ve noticed that all our branding has been updated across our social media, you can thank Mr. Arden for toiling over that the last few weeks while getting way too much feedback from the other 4 of us. I’m sure you can imagine.
Anyways, hopefully you’ve had a chance to listen to the anniversary podcast where we do talk about all the great goals and aspirations we’ve set for ourselves and the podcast over the next year, if not I highly recommend you check it out down below.
Outside of that we’re working towards upping our podcast game in as many ways as possible, but more than anything we’d love to hear from you, the person who is reading this post right now. So if you’re reading this on the website, or maybe seeing it on Twitter or Facebook, let us know about it.
Anyways, we hope you’re excited about everything to come this year, we sure are, thanks for listening.
Arden, Hopkins, Jarrett, Matt and Pete celebrate the den’s second anniversary and look forward to more sweet, delicious content in year three!
Avengers Cakepops by Shan’s Custom Cakes.
Arden, Hopkins, Matt and Pete talk about Star Wars: The Last Jedi while Jarrett sits in timeout for not having seen it yet, then the whole gang talks all about cosplay.
Hopkins, Jarrett, Matt and Pete look back at cartoons and corresponding toy sets like Transformers, He-Man, Thunderbirds, and more!
Happy New Year! Let’s look at 2018 and everything headed our way together, including Batman: Ninja, Into the Spider-verse, and a lot more!
Wishing the one and only Stan Lee a very Happy 95th Birthday!
Why are some characters so overpowered? We take a closer look at some of the most overpowered, and the effect they have. Thanks to @Nick_Xsis for the topic suggestion!
We chat a bit about World of Warcraft and Dirk Gently, and then look at how growing up has affected our choices of what to read (and why). Now with Chuck Norris jokes!