The one where Mike fights Apocalypse because Apocalypse don’t care.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay have a spoilerific talk about the new entry into the Fox XMCU, X-Men: Apocalypse, as well as Marvel Comics’ recent misstep with Captain America; in that similar movie vein, they also discuss possible James Bond replacements.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay explore the future of Supernatural, nitpick the DCMU and celebrate the victory of Captain America: Civil War, as well as recount Mike’s adventures with Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare,Battlefield 1, and Halo Wars. Jay also speaks of his new found obsession for David Lynch’s time capsule of pop culture, Twin Peaks.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay fight against the confederacy of dunces aligned to prevent this episode from airing. There are some announcements about future plans for the pod, some discussion about the gender inequity inherent in popular culture, and some disappointment and anger thrown in Konami’s direction.
In this week’s episode, Mike and Jay spend an inordinate amount of time talking about their experiences with Avengers: Age of Ultron; within the confines of the MCU, they also talk Agents of SHIELD with the introduction of Inhumans,and the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse. They also venture into the DC Shared Universe films and discuss various developments with David Ayers’ Suicide Squad and Zack Snyder’s Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Mike discusses his completion of Battlefield: Hardline, Wolfenstein: New Order, and going back to Watchdogs.Jay’s contribution to the gaming talk is minimal, and is mainly talks about a new smartphone based app game, Night Terrorsand the possibly game changing elements of real time survival horror played on a handheld device.