The Superhero Show Show #348
Fear the Walking Cowboy Detective
The Taste Buds finally check in on the sixth season of Fear the Walking Dead!
On an all-new episode of The Superhero Show Show, Cassie and the Boyz watch this week’s episode of Fear the Walking Dead, and…like it? It’s a focused episode that throws murder mystery and western tropes into the zombie world because the zombie world is tired and out of ideas! It also helps that the show has Garrett Dillahunt, who is named in this podcast as the single greatest actor in the history of The Walking Dead franchise! Good for him.
As if that wasn’t enough, the Taste Buds answer some e-mails, discussing everything from Cobra Kai to the Rugrats reboot. They also check-in on every other television show based on a comic book this week, including this week’s episode of The Walking Dead: World Beyond and two episodes of Helstrom.
And then, the reason for the season, the headliner, the top of the ticket, the thing you paid your admission for: the Taste Buds review the second episode of X-Men: The Animated Series! Join them as they watch Wolverine go where he wants to go, watch Cyclops absolutely crush, and help the X-Men mourn the loss of one of their own.
FEAR THE WALKING DEAD #604
John is settling in as one of Virginia’s rangers when a mysterious death sends him on an investigation that makes him question everything he thought about himself.
A demonic enemy brings together an unusual group. Daimon and Ana travel to San Francisco in search of Yen and an artifact that may help defeat the enemy.
Things are not what they seem as Mother’s health sharply declines. As Ana searches for Yen, Gabriella offers counsel to a student struggling to understand how demons live among us.
THE WALKING DEAD: WORLD BEYOND #105
While the group works together to cross the Mississippi River, a plot to steer the teens back home hits a snag. A member of the group must overcome past trauma to save the others from an approaching threat.
X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES #102
After breaking into the headquarters of the newly discovered government branch called The Mutant Control Agency, the X-men lose two of their own members in a battle with the Sentinels.
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