ComicsViews Podcast 56: Super hero big events have gotten too big & expensive
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone ask whether the stream of big event story lines that take up to a year and cross over into various comic book series have gotten too big.
ComicsViews Podcast 55: The Guardians of the Galaxy (2014 movie)
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss The Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
ComicsViews Podcast 54: X-Men Days of Future Past (movie)
Todd Ogasawara, Jay Stone, and Emil Reyes discuss the X-Men Days of Future Past movie. Spoiler warning!
ComicsViews Podcast 53: Spider-Man 2 (2014) movie
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss the 2014 Spider-Man 2 movie.
ComicsViews Podcast 52: 2013-14 Superhero TV show season enders & new beginnings
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss the 2013-14 season endings for Arrow and Agents of SHIELD and look forward to Flash, Gotham, and Daredevil. Note that Daredevil will begin in 2015 on Netflix.
Recorded on May 17, 2014
ComicsViews Podcast 51: comiXology for iOS lost its storefront
Todd Ogasawara, Jay Stone, and Emil Reyes weigh in on the comiXology for iOS app losing its storefront and the ability to purchase comics as a result of Amazon buying the company.
Recorded April 26, 2014
ComicsViews Podcast 50: Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie & Agents of SHIELD
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone are in full spoiler mode when discussing the recent Captain America movie and the episodes of Agents of SHIELD that followed the movie. Again. Be warned: This is an ALL SPOILER podcast episode.
ComicsViews Podcast 49: Batman’s 75 anniversary & upcoming comic book based movies
ComicsViews Podcast 48: DC’s New 52 - success or failure?
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss how is DC’s New 52 lineup doing 2.5 years after it launched.
Bonus tip for Star Trek fans: Check out the first two episodes of the fan made Star Trek Continues.
ComicsViews Podcast 47: Young Justice animated series & continuity choices
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss the DC animated series Young Justice and how it and other comic book based TV shows and movies diverge from continuity.