Latest Movie Releases: Week of December 4
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Dan, Layney and Matt chat about Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel (2014) and the joy she brought to the Marvel universe. While talking about the comic we discuss the Disney+ adaptation, Iman Vellani, The Marvels and the power of representation.
The order up team chat with Mary's husband Charles Hall, IT specialist, producer and man of mystery. The one person Matt has met who has a soda addiction as strong as his.
Many know Brandon T. Jackson from his film career starring in Tropic Thunder, Percy Jackson, and the upcoming I'm Beginning to See the Light. But before that, he was a young stand-up comic.
I wasn't sure what to think going into The Marvels. While I was a strong supporter of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel, the eventual eponymous film that we got and the uneven use of her in subsequent appearances had me uncomfortable.
Dan, Layney, and Matt chat with Sebastian Fazio about Marvel's nuttiest hero, the unbeatable Squirrel Girl, Marvel's funniest and funnest addition to the roster of their mightiest heroes. That's a lot of adjectives in one paragraph. Is it justified? Tippy would say yes, listen to find out for yourself.
The Order Up team (sans Kelly) chat with comedian, writer and performer Crystal Ferrier. It's a fun conversation where Matt gets his mimosas and his samosas confused and we extole the virtues of the Jolibee pineapple pop.
Dan, Layney and Matt chat about one of the most trippy and existential runs of Spider-Man Kraven's Last Hunt. The run is set in a dark and broken New York where life is cheap and pants are optional.
The Order Up team chat with the hilarious George Rivard about soda/pop. We touch on the transformative powers of carrot juice, the existential question that is Diet Doctor Pepper and the coolest pop in town Big K Doctor.
Jessie Olson is an amazing comic who's been stirring up the Toronto comedy scene over the last few years. A local comedy fan, they made the leap from the audience to the stage and there's been no looking back.
The Detecting the Marvelous crew get together to get a little Freaudian and talk about Vertigo's Sandman covering the first half of Volume 1 Preludes & Nocturnes. We talk about Neil Gaiman's early work, the inspirations and the plot threads setup in this first series.