The chains are loose and so are we on a fired up episode 38! We cover a new section on the Trusty Sidekick website, the CEO of Time Warner's opinion of his own company's DC movies, review the first episode of Gotham's 3rd season, beg for Greg Berlanti to get more control, and give a little news on both Dichen Lachman joining one of his Arrowverse shows, and Kevin Smith's latest on this season's Flash. Over at Marvel, we sing the praises of Gabriel Luna as well as the premiere of Agent's Of Shield and cover the hottest news for Netflix's Jessica Jones, Punisher and of course the upcoming premiere of Luke Cage. We close it out with where Bryan Cranston would like to fit in to the Marvel universe, Black Panther's magical suit and the potential plot of Infinity War. Jay has survived his Movie Fights appearance just in time for the start of the fall season and we bring it to you hot, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network!
Good news, glitches and getting ready for the fall season - Jay and Bobby are back with another wild episode! DC is getting a new start, again, with Geoff Johns finally taking over. Baffleck is taking on Sofia Vergara's husband in the Caped Crusader's rebooted solo film, and Margot Robbie is sticking around DC for a while. We go deep into discussing the Berlanti effect, including news on Booster Gold, Black Lightning, and...Iron Man? Supergirl isn't running from it's Superman problem, deftly pointed out by io9's Alex Cranz, and we've got a few key details on the upcoming Flash and Arrow seasons, including some harsh criticism of Olicity.
James Gunn leads our Marvel news, letting us know how he feels about our trailer demands, Finn Jones is kicking maximum hobo status for Iron Fist and Jon Favreau is going to be Happy again! Dan Harmon is already slipping secrets out on Dr. Strange (thank you, sir,) we get into our feels on Ghost Rider (Agents Of Shield version,) and the Punisher casts it's big bad. We close out covering the "will they-won't they" between the MCU's TV and movie-verses (just bang already,) and finally, Fox is turning Stan Lee into a 1970's James Bond? We cover it all! It's the Trusty Sidekicks, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network!