The Superhero Show Show #442
She-Hulk is Here!
It’s the premiere of She-Hulk, plus Tales of the Walking Dead, X-Men: The Animated Series, and more!
On an all-new, all-different episode of The Superhero Show Show podcast, Cassie and the Boyz are watching the first episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law! The Taste Buds address all of the issues we’ve been hearing about for weeks, including the CGI, and the fact that the showrunners were nervous about making a show that takes place in a courtroom. They will also render their judgement on the leading performance from Tatiana Maslany, somehow finally in a comic book show for the first time!
Next, the Taste Buds will travel to the pull list, where they’re discussing a ton more shows! This week, they’ll discuss the series premiere of Tales of the Walking Dead, and this week’s Resident Alien. Plus they’ll check in on all the binge shows, with the second and third episodes of Sandman, the second and third episodes of Locke and Key, and the fourth and fifth episodes of Paper Girls!
Next, the Friends are heading back to X-TASmania. It’s the finale of the four-part Beyond Good and Evil, and we’ve got ALL the bad guys! Apocalypse, Sinister, Magneto, Mystique, the Nasty Boys, and the Four Horseman are all here, ready to kill the X-Men. Can they keep it together long enough to FINALLY kill these mutants?
Finally, Mike sits down with Adam Reck of Battle of the Atom! Every week Zack and Adam take on 3 new X-Men stories in an ongoing battle to determine the best and worst X-Men stories of all time! Adam and Mike talk about the origin of the show, how one gains encyclopedic knowledge, and more! Tune in next week for part 2!
All of that, and so much more, on an all-new Superhero Show Show!
TV EPISODES DISCUSSED:
HARLEY QUINN #306
Joker: The Killing Vote
LOCKE AND KEY #302
Duncan’s wedding day brings a welcome surprise – and provides the perfect opportunity for uninvited guests to search the house. Bode discovers a new key.
LOCKE AND KEY #303
Bode looks for the key that will let him see his dad, Nina confronts bad memories, and Kinsey gathers with the Savinis for an emotional send-off.
PAPER GIRLS #104
Larry may have a way for the girls get home to 1988…but it’s going to require a lot of adult Erin…and Mac may not want to go home to her old life after spending time with Dylan.
PAPER GIRLS #105
Adult Erin leads a daring mission home to 1988 that takes an unexpected turn, leading the girls to KJ’s house and a big secret about her future.
RESIDENT ALIEN #210
Asta is overwhelmed with guilt after she, Harry, and D’arcy get rid of the dead body.
THE SANDMAN #102
Morpheus begins his quest to find his tools of power – his sand, ruby and helm – by paying a visit to a pair of notoriously dysfunctional brothers.
THE SANDMAN #103
Morpheus tracks down the last-known person in possession of his sand – and receives an unexpected lesson on humanity. Ethel pays a visit to her son.
TALES OF THE WALKING DEAD
In a road-trip story, a reclusive prepper abandons his bunker in search of a female prepper from his past; along the way, he meets an unlikely ally who is his polar opposite; they team up in an effort to find their lost loved ones.
X-MEN: THE ANIMATED SERIES
The final battle between mutants and Apocalypse takes place.
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