Episode #244: Wolverine is So Lit

21 09 2016

‘IT IS SO LIT, YOU GUYS, because Iggy and Bryan are on a two-man power trip once again! On this edition of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, we dig deep to bring the most news discussion possible! Get ready to sink your class into this, listeners, because Bryan GOES OFF on Agents of SHIELD’s writing staff, Iggy and Bryan gauge the excitement for She-Hulk’s new ongoing series titled HULK, they, too, weigh the pros and cons of DC’s Rebirth versus Marvel’s more bleak line of events ending with Civil War II, Iggy rages against Dan Slott and his laziness at bringing back Gwen Stacy in clone form, and finally, Iggy and Bryan discuss the confirmed inclusion of Mister Sinister in Wolverine 3 and their ideal casting choices for the villainous X-Men role! In reviews this week, Iggy gushes over the latest issue of Scarlet Witch, issue no. 10, and Bryan laments the sad fate of Uncanny Avengers #14. …And that’s our show for this week, FAM! Be sure to join us again next time for our regularly scheduled episode, and in the meantime don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review, and join us again next time when we get RAW, peeps!’





Episode #243: 2 Fast 2 Vengeful

14 09 2016

Rev up those engines, folks, ‘cause it’s time for another fiery edition of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! In this week’s episode, we preview season 4 of Agents of SHIELD featuring Robbie Reyes, a.k.a. the newest Ghost Rider, we talk about the possibility of a New Warriors TV show starring Squirrel Girl, and we also mention the end of Civil War II getting delayed until the end of 2016, and what this means for Marvel Entertainment. In reviews this week, Jon (kinda) reviews Deadpool and the Mercs for Money #3, Bryan gets diabolical with Uncanny X-Men #12, and Iggy gets weird with Silk #12. That’s our show for this week, folks! Be sure to subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review, and join us again next week as we drift into another thrilling episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast!





Episode #242: Requiem for a Nighthawk

30 08 2016

Sound off like you’ve got a pair! This is the newest episode of our beloved Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, and we’re bringing the pain to you, the lowest forms of life on Earth, so that you might hear the good word! In the news this week, you covinous heathen, the Mighty Warriors Three are honored to discuss the potential crossover between FX’s Legion and Fox’s X-Men movie franchise, as commented on by Private Singer. The Mighty Warriors Three also discuss the slimy, little cottonmouth, twinkle-toes coward Steve Rogers abandoning his post as Captain American in the MCU, as well as the mysterious MU event billed by Marvel Comics to feature Private Bunn, Private McNiven, and Private Land. We also do reviews on this show, and we unorganized pieces of amphibian scum do come to you with books to share: Private Iggy reviews The Ultimates #10, Private Okie reviews Punisher #4, and Private Deflate reviews Civil War II: Ulysses #1! What is your major malfunction, listener? Subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us 5 goddamn stars, and leave a glowing review- so glowing that the Virgin Mary herself would be honored by your words! Join us again next week, maggots, for the next mentally-scarring episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast!

 





Episode #241: We Swear It’s Not About Wrestling

24 08 2016

Hello ladies and gentlemen and welcome to a The Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast and it’s another duo podcast featuring Ben aka The Marvelous Iggy and his tag team partner Jonathan Courtright as they discuss the Runaways being made into a live action series on Hulu, the potential reintroduction of The Invisible Woman in the Marvel Universe and according to Jon the MCU, and finally the official confirmation that Zendaya as Mary Jane Watson in Spider-Man Homecoming. Only Ben defends his reviewing championship as he dishes out the pain with All New Wolverine #11. It’s possible the shortest mainstream podcast we’ve ever done but we hoped you listened regardless. Be sure to head over to iTunes and give us a review and tell your friends!





Episode #240: It’s Marvelous Again in America

16 08 2016

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Our fellow Americans, we stand before you today on the precipice of another exciting edition of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! Today, the Marvelous Iggy and Bryan stand before you ready to talk about the real issues: about the release of the main Luke Cage trailer, about the confirmed and rumored casting additions to Spider-Man: Homecoming, and about the rumored choices for Cable and Domino for the sequel to Deadpool. We’re here to talk about the issues that truly matter- the comic book issues, that is, as Iggy delves into Scarlet Witch #9, and Bryan reviews Civil War II: The Accused #1. Moreover, Iggy and Bryan discuss their nominations for President and V.P. of the Marvel Universe- the results may shock and horrify you. We are not like our opponents, dear friends, and so we’ll keep this brief: please subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review, and join us again at the next campaign stop! That’s all for this week, folks, and God bless America!

 





Episode #239: This Show has Vertigo

10 08 2016

Hello, hello — WHOOOO-oooo-OOOOA! What the hell is going on here? Why, it’s another episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast, now with less idea of what the hell is going on- in the comic book world, in our own show. In the news this week, the Marvelous Iggy, a.k.a. Ben, leads Bryan and Jon through a colorful discussion despite the lack of actual news happening; though the boys to get around to discussing the return of Doctor Otto Octavius- Doc Ock- to the Marvel proper, the lack of connective tissue between Marvel Studios and Marvel television and the causes thereof, and the much-maligned development of the Gambit solo flick. Meanwhile, in reviews, Jon can’t tell which way is up and which imprint his book is under while reviewing ROM #1 from IDW (Yeah, it’s /that/ kind of a week…), Ben tackles the end of all magic in Doctor Strange #10, and Bryan deals with the end of the first arc in Moon Knight #5. That’s our offbeat show for this week, folks! If you can navigate it, please don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us favorably and leave a kind word in review, and join us again next week when, hopefully, it isn’t such a slow news week…

 





Episode #238: Geek Culture is Culture

3 08 2016

It’s a Two-Man special episode of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast! With Jon off fending for himself against the angry Asgardian denizens partaking in the local fare of Oklahoma, The Marvelous Iggy, a.k.a. Ben, and Bryan get together to run the gamut of post-SDCC comic book news in the Marvel world! Topics include: Joss Whedon potentially helming a Black Widow solo flick, the current projected release schedule for Marvel & Netflix products, the buggy release of the HD re-releases of Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 1 and 2, and more! Seeing as it is a two-man show, each man reviews two books this week! Iggy tackles Steve Rogers: Captain America #3 and realizes something startling about the layout, and the loss of innocence of Kamala Khan in Ms. Marvel #9. Meanwhile, Bryan toes the company line and, for a change, praises Bendis’ writing in Civil War II #4, and addresses the fallout from the death of Bruce Banner in Totally Awesome Hulk #9. And that’s our show for this week, folks! Don’t forget to subscribe to us on iTunes, rate us favorably and leave a kind review, and join us again next time for another exciting installment of the Mighty Warriors Three Marvel Podcast!