We take a trip back a few years and discuss the short-lived Constantine TV series.
We take on the latest DC Animated movie, Superman: Red Son. Minor spoilers.
We talk about the first season of Harley Quinn, the new adult animated series streaming on DC Universe.
We discuss the newest movie in the DCEU: Birds of Prey. Warning: spoilers!
Join us for a discussion of the 5-part DC television crossover event, Crisis on Infinite Earths!
We discus the first season of the HBO series Watchmen, the series that is in effect a sequel of the classic 1980s graphic novel of the same name.
We discuss season 2 (and some of season 1 as well) of the DC Universe show Titans
We’ve seen Joker and offer up our thoughts. Warning: Spoilers!
We just got back from Comic-Con International in San Diego, California and want to tell you all about it!
We finished watching all the Arrowverse CW show seasons, and here are our thoughts.
Marvel has used one strategy for creating a shared cinematic universe extremely successfully. But it’s not the only strategy.
Now that Shazam! has been out for a while, it’s time for a spoiler-filled discussion!
We offer a few quick, spoiler free thoughts about the forthcoming movie Shazam!
Golden and Orren discuss Aquaman, the new DC Extended Universe movie. Be warned: there be spoilers here!
In this episode of The Omega Beam I talk about the various TV shows I watched with comic book source material.
In this episode I talk about going to WonderCon and some of the panels and premieres I took in, and give a spoiler free review of Ready Player One.
In this episode first I give a spoiler-free review of the CW superhero crossover Crisis on Earth-X, then Caren and Chris Spitler and I have a panel discussion about Stranger Things 2.
In this episode of The Omega Beam Caren and Chris Spitler and I have a SPOLERIFIC panel discussion about the new Justice League movie.
In this episode I give my thoughts on the premiere episodes of the CW superhero shows, some tech badges, and my new iPad Pro.
In this episode I discuss the direct-to-video release of Batman and Harley Quinn, the Amazon TV show The Tick, and Scalzi’s latest novel The Collapsing Empire.
Wonder Woman is one of the best superhero films ever made.