It has been over TWO YEARS since the original date The New Mutants was set to hit theaters. By late 2019 I assumed the film would have been indefinitely shelved or, at the very least, would have premiered quietly over on Hulu. To our surprise, Josh Boone’s film will not only stick to its alleged April 3, 2020 release but it will do so with ZERO alterations to his original vision. That is right. There were no reshoots. This leads to the suspicion that there might not have been anything wrong with the cut to begin with, but rather due to the uncertainty of the merger the film was indefinitely postponed until the dust settled. Now, we know that despite the merger Dark Phoenix still saw the light of day! However, we need to remember that it only did so after a couple delays of its own. More specifically, the film premiered almost a year after originally intended. Why did Dark Phoenix ultimately make it while New Mutants didn’t? I believe Dark Phoenix HAD to …
Darkseid and the female furies confirmed for Ava Duvernay’s ‘The New Gods’? Jack Kirby’s (lesser known second attempt at the same thing) ‘The Eternals’ to hit theaters first? Join us as Rom takes my patience to critical mass while we (attempt to) dissect Marvel and DC’s upcoming ‘Kirby War’.
To say ‘I foam from the mouth from excitement for the X-Men’ is an understatement. So, you can imagine how pumped I am this week to talk about Jonathan Hickman’s debut of House of X #1. Join us as Rom bungie jumps off my last nerve as I try to break down my thoughts on the new dawn of the X-Men.
Excited to welcome everyone for a new weekly series on 17 Waverly Podcast – The Comic Couch! Tune in every week as I, a B- grade nerd named Gab, along with my clueless cohost, Rom, talk about the latest in comic culture. This week join us as we talk about the all the big reveals from Hall H for the MCU’s phase 4.