Lex & Tyler has survived the Xenomorph invasion and the are back safe and sound going back to the Lex Factor Compound. Come listen as the chat about more of the Aline Movies, Aliens Comic books, their favorite xenomorph types, and a snarkey talking xenomorph name Jeri! Thats right, a talking xenomorph name Jeri.
The Jedi Ras is joined by Bachman and The Other Guy to discuss the reveal of the 13th Doctor, Jodie Whitakker, Spider-Man : Homecoming, and all the Star Wars : The Last Jedi and Avengers : Infinity War news to come out of D23.
Snuck in another Podcast before the return of HBO’s Game Of Thrones and our weekly recap show that starts next Monday! However, since Dan managed to not appear to either SpiderMan HomeComing or the WWE Great Balls of Fire PPV, we decided to make him work for it. Dan needs to recap the outcome of the GBOF PPV and when that wasn’t fun enough, we made him recap what happened in Spiderman Homecoming! Check out this hilarious podcast!
Lex Is joined by his panelist, and the 2 host’s of Dash Attack: Kodi & Lexi! On this new installment of The Lex Factor Show, The are talking about the loveable austrian, ArnoldSchwarzenegger. The all talk about his early days in movies, their favorite movies of him and their Guilty Pleasure movies of Arnold too. Plus you won’t believe what’s Kodi’s favorite movie starring Arnold.
That title is a mouth-full…..So much so that the thought of writing this review of this weeks episode in the voice of Elmer Fudd is an undertaking that couldn’t be done justice (trust us, we started and deleted multiple times a start to this with his speech mannerisms and its just hard) But besides that, Linz brought her son Conner into the studio talk a bit of comics with Tony.
Tony reviewed Batman/Elmer Fudd #1, which partly explains the title this week. It was one of the best crossovers in the series so far. Even though Tony dislikes Noir, it was so well put together that it felt like a regular day in the life of Batman. Conner reviewed Iron Fist #5. Although he is new to reviewing, we will give it an OK for now. Linz reviewed the long on hiatus of Sabrina #7. The world that has been created, and the art style is so unique that both Linz and Tony wish it would be on a more regular schedule.
Not a whole lot of news this week. Some numbers for Spider-Man opening and also some talk about what is holding up the Spawn movie. The biggest surprise was another Batman animated movie from DC. Tony is so happy he is finally getting an animated movie made. Heavy Sarcasm on that statement.
Booze and a Book was The Wicked + Divine #29 paired with an Alley Cat cocktail.
We all remember the original 1967 Spider-Man cartoon (you know the one with the catchy theme song) but did you know that all the dialogue for the series was recorded in Toronto and Paul Soles, the voice of Peter Parker/Spider-Man, is not only still around, but still acting at 86-years-young as the star of the new CBC Comedy web series, My 90-year-old Roommate? The legend comes by to spill secrets from the production of Spider-Man, including the fact that the voice acting company for all the original Marvel cartoons – Spider-Man, The Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, Marvel Superheroes and more – was originally put together during the production of the Rankin/Bass stop-motion animation classic Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer where Paul starred as Hermey the Elf. Fast forward into the 2000s and Paul inadvertently found himself a member of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thanks to a live-action bit part in 2008’s The Incredible Hulk and a prior relationship with star Edward Norton. This episode of Speech Bubble is sponsored by Hairy Tarantula.