“Behind this door, a dark entity. Evil, ancient, and hungry…” – Abe Sapien
“Oh, well. Let me go in and say hi.” – HellBoy
Erik and Chris get together to talk some “HellBoy”! Mike Mignola’s comics from Dark Horse, the Guillermo del Toro duology starring Ron Perlman (and Doug Jones), the 2019 movie with David Harbour, the animated movies, the latest video game, the spin-off comics, and the upcoming reboot based on Mike Mignola’s “The Crooked Man”!
HellBoy II: The Golden Army (2008)
The HellBoy Animated Movies: “Sword of Storms” and “Blood and Iron”
“Yeah, I Can Talk To Fish. So What? How Often Do You Need To Be Saved By A School Of Salmon?” – The Deep
*Spoiler Alert!* Erik and Chris are joined by ‘the boys’, Jimmy and BJ, to talk about “The Boys”Seasons 1-3 (now on Amazon Prime), their favorite moments / characters, how it compares to the Garth Ennis comics from Dynamite, and what they hope to see going forward…
James Gunn (the director of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “The Suicide Squad”) was recently hired (along with Peter Safran) as the new creative director of DC Studios, and just last week announced a whole new slate of DC movies and shows – following the release of “The Flash” and “Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom”!
DC – Chapter One: “GODS AND MONSTERS”
Superman: Legacy (Hitting theaters July 11th, 2025! – Inspired by Grant Morrison’s “All Star Superman”)
Lanterns (Greg Berlanti live-action Green Lantern series!)
“Storytelling is always king, that’s all that matters to us.” – James Gunn
In light of the recent news that James Gunn(director of “Guardians of the Galaxy” and “The Suicide Squad”) and Peter Safran are officially “rebooting” the *entire* DC film franchise (following “The Flash” and “Aquaman: The Lost Kingdom”), we decided to break down what each of us would do if we were (somehow) put in charge of the DC Studios reboot! Strap in for two of the craziest, nerdiest, mega-fan pitch meetings of all time as Chris and Erik attempt to construct an entire inter-connected cinematic universe!
“Walk down the right back alley in Sin City, and you can find anything.” – Marv
Erik rides solo for a deep dive into the corrupt, blood soaked, streets of Basin City with a review of Frank Miller’s “Sin City” graphic novels, and how they compare / contrast to the Robert Rodriguez movie adaptation, and it’s sequel, “Sin City: A Dame to Kill For”…
Click here for Erik’s original reviews of the Sin City comics for visual references: