It's a rare episode for Super Cinema. We go back to the first movie we ever did for this show and revisit Spider-Man 2. This time host Ben Hamlin is joined by Spider-Man fanatic Nikki Boylan for a deeper look at the film that was so formative to them both. They talk Wonder Woman, Fables, Dragon Ball Z and so much more in this spectacular spider themed episode.
Spider-Man, Spider-Man, does whatever a spider can! Ben Hamlin is joined by friend of the show Nikki Boylan who is a fan of all things Spider-Man. Live from Studio 23 and The Spider-Web, Nikki and Ben dive deep into their origins with comic books, their experiences with Spider-Man as one of their first movies and their anticipation for Spider-Man Homecoming. It's truly a spider-centric episode with a tangled web of anecdotes, bad jokes and JK Simmons impersonations.
Super Cinema takes a break from more action packed releases to take a retro rad look back at friend of the show, Katie's favorite comic book adaption, Josie and the Pussycats. We're stuck in a capitalist dystopia, Katie sings and we all want a Big Mac. We talk Riverdale, Pussycats and Deadpool in this comedic and highly musical episode of Super Cinema.
It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's our own resident Supergirl, Katie Hughes here to talk about the Woman of Steel. Ben Hamlin sits down with longtime Super Cinema guest to talk goofy world building, fun crossovers and female super villains. It's a fun episode full of comics, capes and Kara Danvers!
Katie reviews Lumberjanes and Ben tackles Batman: Court of the Owls.
In distant future, crime is rampant and plaguing our metropolis. Podcast hosts roam through the great acting as the last line of defense against the cruel, cruel world. Ben Hamlin, Ian Butcher and Loud Librarian host Joshua Valentine act as judge, Jury and EXECUTIONER against DREDD (2012). We weigh in on the movies super cinematography, shorthand story-telling techniques and the future of the Dredd franchise. In the comics segment, Josh cusses Ben out for making him read Saga and Ben waxes about God Loves; Man Kills, a very 2016 relevant X-Men book.