The Dudez talk Jason Momoa's look as Aquaman, MMA...but with swords, the female lead cast in Deadpool, and a Pass the Salt segment involving The Death of Wolverine, the video game Evolve, and X-Men/Guardians of the Galaxy: The Black Vortex. Plus more stuff. Check it izzout.
This week Manchild B&R's Adam Brinker joins Zach and Chad to inform them why Kevin Smith's, Tusk was a good film. The guys then discuss Spider-Man making his return home to the MCU thanks to a Sony/Marvel deal, discussion of episodes 1 and 2 of Better Call Saul, A Wheel of Time television series that Robert Jordan's widow is angry about, and much more!
IMDZ once again joins the podcast with Zach and Chad to talk Captain America: Civil War getting a new villain, David Tennant joining the MCU, Ghostbusters being officially cast, Kristen Stewart and her dreams of being in a super hero film, Andre the Giant finger butts, some Superbowl talk, and much more!
This week Zach and Chad are joined by "IMDZ" Zach Bolton to discuss the end of the Marvel Universe, review Shadow of Mordor, decide who gave Cyclops better sex, and the creation of the next great Marvel cross-over event written by Too Fat Dudez!
This week Zach and Chad welcome long time friend and former Drunken Trivia host Dane Wilt to the show. During this episode there are some embarrassing stories, some deep pro wrestling references, Doctor Who news, talk of Yellow Jacket appearing in Ant-Man, who would we want to see as the Four Horsemen in X-Men: Apocalypse, crappy casting decisions in movies, and much more! PLUS: Chad responds to the Manchildren!
On this special holiday edition Chad is replaced by five members of Manchild Brewing: Brinker, Rick, Weyant, Brad and Cashman. Talk ranges from video games, to comic books, beer, more beer, beer, Festivus, and a challenge is laid down. PLUS: "Fight the Clown" by Rickytimbo at the end of the show!
This week Chad and Zach discuss the possibility of Spider-Man actually appearing in the MCU, Sony's two plans for a Ghostbusters reboot, a 21 Jumpstreet/MIB crossover, Mark Hamill reprising an old role that isn't Luke Skywalker or the Joker, some singing, and a few masturbation jokes just for giggles.