Category Archives: Glenn Walker
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week, in our special one hundredth episode, we’ll be answering your questions in our own little Ask Me (Us) Anything. See and hear more after the jump.
Avengers: Age of Ultron opens tonight across America, and has been out in most of the world for a week now. Not only the Avengers, but also their adversary Ultron, are everywhere, but what do we really know about Ultron? Who is he, what is he? Ultron has been called the Avengers’ greatest enemy, and he is, because it’s personal, he’s family. Meet me after the jump for the meltdown on Marvel’s malevolent machine messiah, Ultron!
Just as many of the factions and plotlines collided in the last episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” they continue to in this episode. The lines of good and evil and the area in between blur further, we get some real exciting espionage action, Coulson gets the old band back together, and there’s a hint of upcoming Avengers movie as well. For all this and more, meet me after the jump and read my review of “The Dirty Half Dozen.”
Disney X D is hedging its bets by getting an early start with the conclusion to its animated Ultron saga on “Marvel’s Avengers Assemble,” putting it on air just days before the American premiere of Avengers: Age of Ultron. With a civil war of Avengers going on, this is the worst possible time for the malevolent machine messiah to strike, but it’s always darkest before the dawn. Meet me after the jump for my review of “The Ultron Outbreak.”
With the discovery of the Braille room at the end of the last episode of “The Flash,” the cards are pretty much on the table as far as everyone knowing Dr. Harrison Wells is the Reverse-Flash. But does he know they know? And what will he do when he finds out they know? Things are getting fast and furious, meet me after the jump for my review of “The Trap.”
Since the recent original graphic novel Avengers: Rage of Ultron, Hank Pym and Ultron are now closer than ever, but there was a time when you couldn’t mention one without the other. Pym probably won’t be a part of the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie, and he hasn’t yet been mentioned in conjunction with the animated version of the robotic villain in “Avengers Assemble.” Maybe that changes with this episode. Meet me after the anthill jump for my thoughts on “Small Time Heroes.”
Biff Bam Pop! presents The GAR! Podcast, the Glenn Walker and Ray Cornwall weekly podcast where they talk unrehearsed about whatever happens to come to mind. It’s an audio-zine for your mind, a nerd exploration of a nerd world. This week, we’re talking about “The Real,” Iceman of the X-Men coming out, and Glenn takes the ‘Am-I-Dumb?’ test, along with all the usual stuff. See and hear more after the jump.
The old adage goes, ‘The enemy of my enemy is my friend,’ and this episode of “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” takes that one step further by adding the 21st century concept of frenemies. In this case, Agent Coulson seeks an alliance with ex-Agent Grant Ward for unknown reasons. Also the Inhumans continue to lie to Skye, and her father, all this and more, in my review of “The Frenemy of My Enemy,” after the jump.
Who is Harrison Wells? This is the big question and the mystery that has haunted the cast and viewers of “The Flash” since the very beginning. We’ve known he’s the Reverse-Flash for quite some time, known he’s the Eobard Thawne version of the character for a while, and known how he got here and now for just a few weeks. But it’s been a slower process for the characters in the show to realize all this, and now it’s all coming to a climax. Add in a trip to two other comic book cities, and a shape-shifting villain, and we’ve got a full plate this episode. Meet me after the super-speed jump for my review of “Who Is Harrison Wells?.”
So Captain America is out, and Spider-Man is in. That doesn’t seem like a happy replacement at all for me. But then again the title of this week’s episode of “Avengers Assemble” still brings me nothing but agita after well over a decade. All this and Ultron too, as the animated team seems closer to reenacting Civil War than Age of Ultron… Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Avengers Disassembled.”