Join hosts Tim and Troy to discuss the latest Solo: A Star Wars Story Lego leaks and what they could mean for the film as well as the final Black Panther trailer. The guys also breakdown The Last Jedi box office numbers, and WB hiring their own 'Kevin Feige' for the DCEU!
Join hosts Tim, Troy, and Sunjay for Episode #100 of The Nerd Room! This week the guys discuss 2017 in Nerd! What were the biggest stories in Star Wars, Marvel and DC in 2017? Did 2017 live up to the expectations set in their most anticipated lists? What are their top 10 films of 2017? Tune into find out all this and much more!
Black Panther is just 3 months away and as the MCU starts to shift its focus to its newest hero, we are starting to see the promotion machine kick it into high gear! Character Posters, Marvel Legends, and Funko POP! for the film have all been revealed over the last few weeks!
Marvel Studios looks to breath new life into the Thor franchise with the upcoming film Thor: Ragnarok! Director Taika Waititi has seemingly struck a new tone and introduced a wonderfully vibrant colour pallet, giving us an exciting new direction for the franchise.
With the return of Legacy numbering for Marvel's latest relaunch, they have release helpful guides for new, retuning, and long time readers to help understand where the newest titles will land in the numbering sequence.
Join hosts Tim, Troy, and Sunjay to catch up on all the Star Wars, DC, and Marvel news in the weeks following SDCC 2017!
The crew takes a close look at the leaked images and lists of TLJ Black Series and 5 POA figures that will be dropping on Force Friday II. They also discuss the success of Wonder Woman, Marvels latest relaunch Marvel: Legacy, and much more!!
We will be hitting the first major milestone in TNR MCU Retrospective Series this month with our review of Marvel's Avengers, closing out PHASE ONE!! The review will be dropping later this month but until then make sure to catch-up on all the previous episodes, starting with Iron Man!
When it was announced the Spider-Man would be joining the MCU and appearing in some of the existing Marvel Cinematic movies, and that some of the MCU heavy weights would appear in Spidey’s movies, I started to think that perhaps we might see some of the other Marvel characters returning to the MCU also. Then when I saw Spider-Man: Homecoming and it was revealed that Tony was moving out of Stark Tower, my previous theory seemed a little more likely…
Hot off the heals of their appearance at D23 and the unveiling of the first official teaser trailer for Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios stormed Hall H on Saturday to highlight their next two films; Thor: Ragnarok and Black Panther, while also dropping teases for Ant-Man and the Wasp, Captain Marvel and Avengers: Infinity War!
Spider-Man’s entrance into the MCU has never meant as much as it probably should have to me. I really enjoyed his appearance in Civil War but I had yet to fully appreciate the importance of his inclusion in the MCU, that is until I saw Spider-Man: Homecoming.