Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety with Tyler Kirby (Better Than Static)

Imagine a world where Venom is cool enough to get his own comic, but when they make the game they go and name it after a Spider-Man run instead. That just sounds horrible doesn’t it?

You don’t have to, because Tyler Kirby from Better than Static returns to the show to talk Venom/Spider-Man: Separation Anxiety. 

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Batman Forever with Alex Whiteley (Thors-kin)

In the 1990s Batman was everything. A comic movie franchise, cartoons, you name it. And then things started to fall off the rails. Tim Burton gets pushed out the door and we get this. But will the game be worth it despite the movie? Or will we get yet another example of a weak game that exists only because of a movie tie in?
Listen as Alex Whiteley from Thors-Kin joins the show to talk Batman Forever.

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Spider-Man the Animated Series with Matt Gardner (Floating Hands Studios)

Spider-Man makes another appearance and this time time it’s based on the 1994 animated series. So with such an iconic part of my childhood as the basis, this game has to be good? Right? 

Listen in as Matt Gardner from Floating Hands Studios and writer of the comic Alabaster Shadows comes on the show to take a look at this SNES and Genesis take on our favorite wall crawler.

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Death and Return of Superman with Michael Bailey (The Fortress of Baileytude Podcast Network)

So we’ve seen Superman games before, and we know how I feel about them. But maybe, just maybe, we’ve found one that actually does Superman justice.

Listen in as Michael Bailey from The Fortress of Baileytude Podcast Network (including From Crisis to Crisis) joins the show to talk Death and Return of Superman.

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The Incredible Hulk With Phil Primeau (Semi Intellectual Musings)

We finally get to one of my favorite characters, The Hulk. He’s the strongest around, except when he’s not. And you better hope that you don’t have to spend much time as Bruce while playing because, well, then he’s not Hulk.

Listen in as Phil Primeau of Semi Intellectual Musings joins the show to take a look at one of Marvel’s most misunderstood characters.

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Batman Returns with Roger Reichardt (Gamerheads)

Batman returns with this game based on the 1992 movie Batman Returns. There’s wacky origins, crazy life restoring animals, and we haven’t even started talking about Batman himself yet.

Listen in as Roger Reichardt from Gamerheads comes to take a look at this game based on the final Tim Burton Batman movie.

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X-Men for Genesis with Miles Stokes (Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men)

What happens when you have a wonderful Marvel franchise that’s had a string of crappy games? Eventually you have to get something good, right? Well GOOD NEWS EVERYONE! WE FINALLY GOT IT!

Listen in as Miles Stokes from Jay and Miles X-Plain the X-Men comes on to talk  X-Men for the Sega Genesis. I promise you, this one is totally x-ellent.

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The Tick with Joe Raspolich and Carlos Rivera (Life, Death, and Taxonomy)

What’s silly, blue, and might secretly know what’s going on but probably not? A lot of things, but the answer we’re looking for is The Tick. Listen in as Joe and Carlos from Life, Death, and Taxonomy come to talk about The Tick and all the insanity that comes along with that.

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Spider-Man X-Men Arcade’s Revenge with Adam Higgins

So you’ve got Spider-Man, a character with so many games out at this point that I’m too lazy to count. You’ve got the X-Men, who have games out but they mostly suck. But both of them are beloved franchises, both helped to save Marvel. And you’ve got Adam Higgins from Odd Dad Out, who admittedly has not directly saved Marvel. Put them all together and what do you get? Let’s just say that the LJN rainbow strikes again.

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Return of the Joker with Steven Pappas and Chris Grimmett

Batman and The Joker, it’s an iconic pairing that will never go away. At least not for long. Listen in as Steven and Chris from Is This Adulting? come to talk about Batman, Robin, and the fact that this game just doesn’t really make much sense at all.

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