Posts Tagged ‘Runaways’

The Super Hero Hour Hour 12/08/17 – Happy

The Taste Buds review the first episode of Happy! Will Syfy strike gold, like they did with Wynonna Earp, or will they strike poo poo, like they did with Dark Matter. You know what neither one of those shows had? Christopher Meloni, so things bode well. Meanwhile, they make some trades, trading characters from one show to the other, and review…

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The Super Hero Hour Hour 11/24/17 – Runaways

On this week’s episode of The Super Hero Hour Hour, the Taste Buds review the first episode of Hulu’s Runaways! It’s a Marvel show from the people who created The O.C., so you know Ryan is already in the bag, but will Greg and Taylor fall so easy. Also, the guys play a quick game of Buy or Sell, and reviews…

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BATTLEWORLD BATTLEWORLD

BATTLEWORLDBATTLEWORLD WEEK SIXTEEN PREVIEW   THIS FRIDAY: ROUND TWOBATTLE ELEVEN HAIL HYDRA RICK REMENDER (w) ROLAND BOSCHI (a/C) • Can Ian Rogers, Nomad, survive a land ruled by Hydra? • Can he survive the rage of Eddie Brock, prime assassin to the regime? • The secrets within Nomad’s head are priceless, holding the key to Hydra’s…

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BATTLEWORLD BATTLEWORLD

BATTLEWORLDBATTLEWORLD ROUND 2, BATTLE 7 Follow the bracket here! MARVEL ZOMBIES #1-2 VS RUNAWAYS #1-2 At this point in Battleworld, old-school Marvel readers have come to the conclusion that none of the 48 spin-off titles mean a damn thing in the overall narrative. Is this a big deal? To most Marvel readers, maybe. Your average…

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BATTLEWORLD BATTLEWORLD

BATTLEWORLDBATTLEWORLD WEEK TEN PREVIEW ROUND TWOBATTLE SEVEN MARVEL ZOMBIES #1-2   SIMON SPURRIER (w) • KEV WALKER (a/C) • Stranded in the Deadlands and saddled with a mysterious child, Elsa Bloodstone is determined to traverse the zombie-ridden landscape and get home. • But haunted by ghosts from her past—including visions of her stern father, Ulysses Bloodstone…

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PopFilter Versus: Runaways

The Taste Buds continue (and wrap up) their journey through the works of Brian K. Vaughan with his Marvel series, Runaways. Jason gives his thoughts on a series aimed at kids, and what his own personal future with comics will be.

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