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This week on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason go to San Diego Comic Con… in their minds, discussing all the con’s biggest news.
Superman/Batman? Yup, they’re talking about what (and who) the next Batman needs to be and if Zack Snyder can handle Batman’s “curves”.
Avengers 2: Age of Ultron? Of course! Joss Whedon‘s irrational fear of ants and cannon needs to be explored!
Speaking of the Marvel Movie Universe, Jason is concerned about a tear in the fabric of space and time should Magneto Prime bed Retro Magneto, and the fellows discuss Hugh Jackman, Matt Smith, Simon Pegg, and Bryan Cranston‘s penchant for cosplay and a new rule about comic convention etiquette, hash tag: Star Jarring.
Also on the show: The boys ponder which beloved sci-fi franchise they want JJ Abrams to befoul (hand on the glass JJ, you brought this on yourself), and did you believe that Kevin Smith was retiring? FOOL! Smith may want to make a movie about a man in a walrus suit called Tusk.
All of that, sad Dan Harmon, and some chatting about what SDCC is and what we were all not given, meaning real details and any news about a Flash movie, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and of course, WONDER WOMAN!
The BastardCast: Invisible overlords of the Hall H Shantytown since 2006.
Look! It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s three fat guys talking about Superman!
Jason Tabrys, Jeremy R! Hudson, and Blastr’s Matthew Jackson join up for the latest, most epicest edition of the BastardCast since the last time they joined up for a podcast, and like Zack Snyder and The Man of Steel, they don’t give a damn about how much destruction they cause!
Cheap shot? #SuckIt because these guys are a porridge table of feels when it comes to Warner Bros. new superhero spectacle — one is too hot for it, another is cool to it, and Jason is a bowl of steaming rage.
What’s that, you want to know more about this thing you’re about to put in your ears? Fine, the guys are breaking down what they think Superman is, how they feel the filmmakers either flew or fell, Superman’s responsibility to humanity and the responsibility of the character to be accessible, and why this destroyed city is different than the countless others that have flashed on our screens.
Also on the cast: the kiss and quip among the ashes of Metropolis, the Will Arnett Engine, Dildo space ships, the best way to kill Kevin Costner (in a movie), Russell Crowe on a dragon, and Superman’s Vader “No!”.
All that and kltpzyxm on…
The Bastardcast, we would use X-Ray vision in a pervy and evil way.
This week on The Bastardcast, Jeremy and Jason talk about E3 and Sony vs. Microsoft, Community‘s salvation, Joss Whedon‘s super secret (and possibly imaginary) plans to make a She-Hulk movie happen, and a way to make superheroes put on some damn underwear again.
Also on the show, J.J. Abrams may not be gentle, Man of Steel already gets a sequel, a New Zealander chooses jail once he runs out of Xbox games, George Clooney‘s sexy scrotum, and Justin Bieber heads for space on a mission to save a monkey.
More? Jason puts a knife in the term “Boom” and replaces it with something better, and the boys tell the forbidden story of their beard love.
All that and a vow that we will not charge you to play our old podcasts, on The Bastardcast!
The Bastardcast: Pixelated for your PLEASURE!
This week on the supple BastardCast, your mother lets Jeremy and Jason out of her bed long enough to talk about Free Comic Book Day, Doctorless Who and the Time Lord’s E-Harmony account, the great Marvel vs. DC debate, and the return of four classic Marvel characters to the Disney owned Marvel Movie Universe that will now be completely ignored after being totally abandoned. So, welcome back Matt Murdock! [read more>>]
This week on The Bastardcast, Jason and Jeremy talk about a nightmare Justice League cast, why Smurfs hate Jamie Foxx, why Guillermo del Toro (like many others) hates Michael Bay, why everybody hates Gwyneth Paltrow, and how a bunch of toys that were designed in 1979, might be the key to solving all the lingering questions from Prometheus. [read more>>]
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