Captain America: Civil War hit the theatres this weekend, so the boys ran back after the movie to record an episode all about it! We do a rundown on the film, it’s flaws and most amazing webby moments. Then we launch into debate club mode: Team Cap vs Team Tony. Two unprepared debaters and a moderator. It’s Hardball for a fictional universe. Then we wrap it up with a super quick dip into the pool of Marvel after-credits scenes. Wakanda do but geek out over it? Join us! But bring food… we’re not your mom.
Zero Issues is back, and this time we’re talking all about comic and pop culture merchandise! Particularly the really weird, bad stuff. Join Kyle, Bry and Merk as we ask “why would anyone decide this was a good idea?”, discuss a fake line of superhero beers that should totally be real, quiz each other on whether strange items of merchandise are real or fake, and ponder if Marvel is purposely tanking their own properties.
It’s a full-sized lightning round! Make yourself a team of Avengers, take down the Hulk with three trick arrows, and fix Free Comic Book Day! All that and so much more, it’s cazy how much more, this is a dense episode where we bounce all over the place. Stop reading this and press play!
Age of Ultron: bad event comic, pretty good movie! This week we run long… just like the movie! And we don’t get around to everything we talk about… just like the movie! Nitpicks, things we loved, and what comes next? Also: a game of “Who’s Your Favourite Chris”. This week on Zero Issues: Age of Coaltron!
Hey, you guys like Daredevil? We sure do! We like gritty Daredevil, we like swashbuckling Daredevil, we like Affleck Daredevil, even… We like ’em all! Except Shadowland, Shadowland was dumb. Let’s chat about this fella!
Oh, and hey! Zero Issues is now one year old! It can walk, a little, and is real close to saying its first word. My guess for what that word will be: neeeeeerds.
This episode is a not-so-brief history of comics, as the boys discuss the highlights and missteps of Marvel and DC through the decades, compare their own definitive stories, characters and runs, and decide once and for all which publisher WINS COMICS. And these results are scientific!