'Wednesday' is a show where we discuss all things comics. We cover everything from the latest books to the hottest news, and also have a major topic of discussion.
DC just had their big virtual fan expo this past weekend and the world of geek was showered with so many wonderful things! A new Batman trailer, a taste of the flash, and my god was that MICHAEL KEATON?
This week we welcome "X-Men: The Animated Series" writers and Story Editors Eric and Julia Lewald to the Graphic Multiverse! We're talking comics, tv shows, mutants and an ancient artifacts known as... cassette tapes? Check out their amazing work @ https://xmentas.com/ "Eric and Julia Lewald are entertainment veterans. Having written hundreds of be…
The newest MCU film "SHANG CHI" has been released to the world and the gang can not wait to dive in and discuss this awesome addition to the pantheon. There was also a trailer released for this little indie film "Matrix 4" that was released, so we talk about that too.
This was a big week for Marvel fans. Not only are we 3 episodes into Disney+'s "What If?" series, but we finally got a trailer for the new Spider-Man movie!
This past week the world was given the newest DCEU film in theaters and on HBO Max. Did James Gunn deliver the goods once again? Or did Warner and DC make another trash fire? Find out on this weeks episode!
The Long Halloween is one of the most revered Batman stories of all time. Is the new DC animated adaption worth a watch or does it ruin a classic? Find out what Rob and Paul think on this episode!
Well we are a little late to the discussion around the Loki finale, but do not worry we are going deep on Kang! A long with our Kang Q&A we talk about Loki as a whole and the future of the MCU!
Well the MCU is back in a big bad way. This week the gang talks about the first 5 episodes of Loki and the Black Widow movie!
In the early 90's all the hottest Marvel artists left the company to form Image comics. Each of those creators created their own studios and their own line of comics. Jim Lee created Wildstorm comics and one of the biggest books from that studio was "Stormwatch". Although not joining on until issue #37 many people consider Warren Ellis' time on the…
Sailor Moon is one of the pillars of 1990's nerd culture, and similar to a lot of anime of the time it seems to live on forever! In this episode Angela take the lead to walk the crew through the story and importance of Sailor Moon.
It seems like just yesterday we were talking about the Falcon and Winter Soldier finale.... Well disney+ didn't wait very long to drop their next MCU tv show. Loki is a super unique show and we all have a whole lot to say!
A few weeks ago we got our first glimpse of the MCU's take on The Eternals. The Eternals is a pretty big blind spot for a lot of us nerds so we decided to do some research on this group! Paul walks us through Jack Kirby's creation of the team and we all discuss Neil Gaiman's great 2006 mini series!
This week we hard a very interesting Marvel TV show release.... MODOK! Check out what the gang has to say about this bizarre new Marvel show!
This week Paul, Rob, and Juan jumped on a call to talk about Grant Morrison's JLA (1997). This run has been held in high regard for decades, but does it hold up in 2021?
This week the gang is all here to talk about the amazing finale of Invincible, the MCU hype video, and a hole pile of other goodies!
It seems like every week there is a new movie or series popping off on the streaming services, and this week was no different. We talk about the finale of Falcon and the Winter Soldier and the new Mortal Kombat film!
Paul has been a lifelong Dark Tower fan, and after many years of subtle hints, he got all of us to read The Gunslinger! Many of you are probably familiar with Part One of Stephen Kings Fantasy-Western epic, but does it hold up in 2021?
Hey everyone! Last week Hasbro had an online event where they showed some amazing new figures and Paul needed to talk about it. We also had one of the best episodes of Falcon and the Winter Soldier that we go deep on. All that and a good amount of comic talk!
This week in the world of nerd we were blessed with new episodes of "Falcon and the Winter Soldier" and "Invincible"! On top of that there was some new MCU casting news and a whole bunch more fun!
It seems like every week we are presented with a new pile of high quality super hero content, and this week is definitely no different! Tonight we break down the Snyder Cut, Falcon and the Winter Soldier, and some comics!
WandaVision has reached it's end and we can't stop talking about it!
This week the gang catches up on their Wandavision discussions, and like most Wandavision discussions, it devolved into a whole bunch of theorizing and fan casting!
If you the title didn't give it all away.. we cover a lot on this episode! We discuss the new trailers for Mortal Kombat and the Snyder cut, we talk about the controversy surrounding Joss Whedon, and Andy Serkis playing John Mclane in a Die Hard remake? All this and more on today's edition of Multiversed!…
Is there anything else going on in the Nerd-o-Sphere other than WandaVision? Sure doesn't seem that way.... and we aren't planning on changing that!
With the streaming wars at their peak Disney+ is looking like it may take control of the nerd audience. With both the Mandalorian and WandaVision they have proven that they can deliver the goods, and it looks like going forward we are in for a wild ride of awesome content!
It has been too long! The group is back in action and ready to talk about everything nerdy that has been going on in their lives the past few months.
20 years ago the general population learned about learned about the existence of mutants thanks to Bryan Singer's 'X-Men'. The film would usher in a new century of pop culture frenzy with the popularity of the comic book film. This episode features Paul speaking about the birth of his love of comics thanks to 'X-Men' and his "Obi-Juan Kenobi" showi…
Jay and Chandler reunite to explore all the anime found in the Graphic Multiverse! This week they tackle Koyoharu Gotōge's Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba!!!
Jay and Chandler return to review Koyoharu Gotōge's Demon Slayer series!
Thanks to the powerful fan movement of #releasethesnydercut Zack Snyder's Justice League will not stream on HBO MAX next year! The gang gathers around to discuss this impactful moment and how streaming will affect comic book adaptions to come!
We're finally back! This quarantine has been tough on all of us and we talk about how we're surviving this experience with a certain Tiger King...
This week the gang reviews something a bit… horrifying, weird, and everything in between! Find out what the gang think of Junji Ito’s horror classic, Uzumaki!
Hey we finally all saw the Joker! And we got thoughts... and jokes... and thats that! If you like and enjoy the show please rate and review us on iTunes, Google Play, and Stitcher! RSS FEED: http://wednesday.libsyn.com/rss
Much like the Overlook Hotel, The Shining has a long dark history from inspiration to book to film and legacy. This weekend, Dr Sleep, the film adaptation of King's sequel to the shining is released. Can a sequel 40 years later hold up to legacy of the original story and film?
The 90's were a time of big pockets, glossy covers, and massive events. In this sea of spectactacle the X-Men reigned supreme. X-Men, X-factor, and X-force were selling millions of copies, and in 1996 Marvel introduced us to Onslaught. How does this big flashy crossover hold up 23 years later? Let's have paul walk us down memory lane in this very s…
This week we talk about the new Birds of Prey trailer, Spider-Man officially making it back into the MCU (after much drama), and whether the Joker movie is going to promote violence.. We also go deep on mental health and how us nerds need to stick together. Remember, you are not alone out there!
Before the MCU, before the Batman had Begun, there was another super hero film, one starring all your favorite B and C tier stars of the late 90's... MYSTERY MEN! Listen to the gang talk about this classic from the 90's and see how they feel about it 20 years later!
There has been a ton of news lately! Disney dumped an ungodly amount of news on us during D23, Sony may be getting Spider-Man back, and so much more!
Garth Ennis' infamous comic "The Boys" has recently been adapted for Amazon Prime. Does it transcend the comic or does it fall flat? Find out!
Johnathan Hickman has a long and storied history with Marvel comics. He's responsible for some of the best Fantastic Four, Avengers, and event comics of the past few decades, and he's back to bring the X-Men back to glory!
The world has just been blasted with the biggest wave of nerd news since.. well last year's SDCC! Every year comic-con gives us nerds an endless amount of stuff to look forward to and talk about, this year was no different!
The internet is filled with.... idiots? Can a bunch of nerds really storm Area 51? Can streamer girl Bath tub be a store of value? The answer to both of these is no, but Anime still rules!
All good things must come to an end. Over the past few weeks we learned that Kirkman ended Walking Dead suprisingly, DC is ending their legendary Vertigo imprint, and well... Avengers Endgame? We also touch on the Netflix Sandman series, our love for traditional animation, and what we've been reading lately!…
It's been called the greatest X-Men story of all time, it has been adapted into numerous films, and used in a series of animated shows. How does the Dark Phoenix saga hold up in 2019?
Snyder and Capullo are back with a brand new Batman story! The Last Knight #1 is a strange and ambitious book, but is it a book for everyone? Listen up to find out!