Episode #294: Breathtaking

4 07 2019

Hello, ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to the latest breathtaking episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! In this episode, Bry-Bry, The Marvelous Iggy a.k.a. Ben, Tazer, and- holy cow- it’s Ol’ Man Whirlyburger Jon-Jon, back from beyond the wilds of Oklahoma!; the boys discuss the first casting rumors from Marvel’s Shang-Chi, Square Enix’s Avengers video game that debuted at E3 2019, J.J. Abrams’ announced Spider-Man limited series with his son, and, in a more informal discussion, we talk about the word that Keanu is a highly sought-after recruit for the MCU and discuss who we would like to see Keanu portray. Meanwhile, in reviews, Jon-Jon gives a brief overview of The Immortal Hulk #18 and #19, Ben reviews Fantastic Four #11 and is underwhelmed, Tazer gets existential in Spider-Man Annual #1, and Bry-Bry reviews season 3 of Jessica Jones, the last season of any Marvel-Netflix collaboration. Be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at

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Mighty Warriors Three: Dark Phoenix Review

20 06 2019

Alas, poor Phoenix, we hardly knew ye… seriously, though, will we ever get a good, faithful adaptation of the Dark Phoenix saga? Probably not, and certainly not from Fox Studios – because there is no Fox Studios anymore. There is only the House of Mouse, and their complete Marvel library. So, how does the final Fox X-Men film stack-up to its counterpart years earlier? Does it rise like a flame, or will it be snuffed out – the audience mostly took care of that last bit, but join Bry-Bry, Ben the Marvelous Iggy, and Tazer as they dissect the good and the bad from this film, one category claiming more than the other; don’t shy away, though, as we also take this opportunity to talk about the celebrate the larger X-Men franchise that Fox produced – what did we like overall, what did we dislike, what will we miss… these questions and more are answered in this special review episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast. Be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review. Join us next week when we talk about… just, anything else other than disappointing Marvel adaptations in media…





Mighty Warriors Three: The Punisher Season 2 Review

5 06 2019

Well, well… here we are. The second-to-last Marvel/Netflix product we’ll ever sample, and… yeah, it leaves a bad taste in the mouth. Not entirely unlike the sensation of getting knocked on the jaw by Frank Castle. That said, season 2 left something to be desired, and it’s been left to Bry-Bry, the Marvelous Iggy, and Tazer to sift through it all. Was there any good? What was the worst of the worst? What’s to be expected from the future of this property or any of the other Marvel/Netflix I.P.? These questions and more are discussed in the latest episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast. Be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review. If it seems that we’re short on words this week, let’s just say we aren’t feeling it this week… and likely won’t be feeling it next week as, by all appearances, the cinematic bomb X-Men: The Last Stand has risen from the ashes and returned to the box office under the title Dark Phoenix, and we get to* review it – yippy skippy.





Episode #293: Hickman Is.

23 05 2019

Greetings, ladies and gentlemen – you’re welcomed to another installment of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast. While Ol’ Man Whirlyburger Jon is off contending with the sky falling in Okie, Bry-Bry leads the Marvelous Iggy and Tazer in a roundtable discussion of all the news that’s happening in a post-Endgame world; they discuss Disney’s strengthening death-grip on the multimedia market and they acquire complete operational Hulu and announce several new shows for the streaming platform. In movie news, the boys discuss the developing of the Eternals, the continued delay of New Mutants, and the announced, if anonymous, slate of MCU productions for the next three years. Finally, in comic news, we’re reminded that everything dies as we discuss Jonathan Hickman’s impending cancellation of the entire line of X-Men comic books as sacrifice for his own creative vision, coming this July as House of X and Powers of X will be the only X-Men books on the shelves. Also in comics, the Warriors review some of the latest offerings from Marvel Comics – Tazer reviews Uncanny X-Men #17 where they put down a fan-favorite dog, Ben digs down further into the War of the Realms event by reviewing the absolute unit that is Giant Man #1, and Bry-Bry gets gnarly by reviewing Savage Avengers #1 and the prelude to the #1 issue featured in the Free Comic Book Day Avengers issue. Though books may be dying, our show lives – so be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review – Hickman demands your obedience and reverence. After all, Hickman is.

 





Mighty Warriors Three: Avengers: Endgame Review

9 05 2019

15 years, 22 movies, 1 saga. We’re past the Endgame now, and there are several lingering questions: who lived? Who died? What’s the current status quo of the Marvel Cinematic Universe? What moments made you pump your fist? Did anything disappoint? These are the questions we answer, and it is indeed a full house: The Marvelous Iggy, our leader, Bry-Bry, Ol’ Man Whirlyburger Jon, and Tazer all convene to discuss the capstone film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. What happens to Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America…? Listen in to find out, and then stick around for the end of the show to hear us talk about the new, full trailer for what is technically the end of Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Spider-Man: Far From Home. All other words fail us at this time, so until next time be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review! That’s our show for now, folks, so be sure to be back next time, and make it snappy!

 





Episode #292: Event Fatigue

17 04 2019

Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the latest installment of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast – the penultimate episode prior to the release of Avengers: Endgame! We’re all atwitter with excitement, as the intrepid Bry-Bry leads Ol’ Man Whirlyburger Jon and the man known only as Tazer through all the news that’s fit to print while trying to ignore the elephant-sized looming blockbuster in the room. While The Marvelous Iggy is lost in the Quantum Realm and we wait for his return to discuss season 2 of The Punisher, the warriors discuss the announcement and details of the Disney+ streaming service, the Marvel content that has already been announced, and what we’re all looking forward to most; specifically, we discuss our favorite choices for the forthcoming animated series What If…? We also discuss the first details about Jonathan Hickman’s House of X / Powers of X event, and – could it be – the possible inclusion of The Maker, a.k.a. evil Ultimate Reed Richards? Time will tell, as it will with Kevin Feige’s comments regarding when and how they will introduce the X-Men into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and whether or not it’s all hogwash. Then, in reviews, Jon and Bry-Bry round-robin several series to catch up on Fantastic Four, War of the Realms, Immortal Hulk, The Punisher, and Symbiote Spider-Man! …This is it, folks… Endgame is upon us and, boy, are we already tired of anticipating it. But, all good things are worth the wait, just as all good things must come to an end – let’s just hope that it isn’t a big let-down after all… So, in the meantime, be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review! Now, let’s go get those tickets.





Episode #291: DCUPS!

3 04 2019

April Fools, sucker! It’s just the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! In this first non-movie focused episode since about the beginning of February (Geez, it’s been a while…), we finally get to talk about the news again, and, boy, is there a lot of it! We three- intrepid newsie Bry-Bry, ol’ man whirlyburger Jon-Jon, and professional jerk Tazer- kick things off this week celebrating the return of James Gunn to Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’s director chair! We cover a myriad of other topics as well, diving into some GotG Vol. 3 news, the burgeoning production of both The Eternals and Black Widow (with an extended dissection of the rumor of Taskmaster joining the MCU), the return of Jonathan Hickman to Marvel Comics and other announced events, and top things off with talking about the future of them filthy mutants after the Fox-Disney merger having officially taken effect! Then, in reviews, the Warriors review Spider-Man: Life Story #1, our Book of the Week, and our ONLY review on tap in a change-up largely due to the fact that we’re all still catching up on our comics… And that’s our show for this week, folks! Until next time, be sure to follow us on Facebook at The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, follow us on Twitter at @Warriorz3Pcast, subscribe to us on iTunes, and perhaps rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review! Next time, (maybe) we review season 2 of the now-cancelled Punisher! (Maybe!)