SIDEBAR: The MCU and the Multiverse of Madness

With Tony Stark gone, Captain America having Back-to-the-Future’d himself, and Spider-Man facing off against the villainy that is the Sony Pictures Legal department, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is about to undergo some massive changes. Following the recent announcements during San Diego Comic-Con and Disney’s D23 Expo, the boys felt it was time to regroup and talk about those reveals and what we see for the future of the franchise.

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SIDEBAR: Jon Favreau Is My Stepdad

**SPOILER WARNING FOR SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME**

Todd and Andrew saw Spider-Man: Far From Home and oh my God now it’s time to geek out over it. Does Jake Gyllenhaal’s Mysterio top Keaton’s Vulture? What is the future of the MCU now that the Avengers are gone? Could J.K. Simmons dethrone Rami Malek as our new God-King? It’s very possible all of these questions have answers. It’s also very possible we just spent 35 minutes talking about the now-very-real ship of Happy & Aunt May.

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Image Credit: Sony Pictures

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Episode 18: Don't Bring a Knife to a Glue Gun Fight

Michael Keaton’s Vulture is the latest of Spider-Man’s rogues gallery to get the “gritty reboot” treatment. With the rumors of Jake Gyllenhaal donning Mysterio’s fishbowl in “Far From Home,” we’d like to present you with updates to some of Spidey’s more goofier villains. The “Silly Sixties” strike back as we discuss classic villains like Paste-Pot Pete, Chameleon, and The Jackal.

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Episode 15: How Many People Has Waluigi Killed?

To celebrate the release of Venom’s very own movie, we’re all about the black alien goop in today’s episode. The Debate This! boys are writing our own kickass treatments for Venom by pairing the Symbiote with a classic Nintendo character. Think of the nightmares come to life if Kirby had slimy tendrils or if Samus could dominate over the wills of her enemies. Or, Captain Falcon could, ummm...drive faster?

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