CADMUS: Podcast Episode 03
Episode #3 of the Cadmus podcast featuring MarkJulian, WaylonJones and MissOracle. Continue on to listen as we discuss Warner Bros. movie plans, Marvel Comics Amazing Spider-Man twist and potential storylines for X-Men: Days of Future Past.
Admission, we're all DC fans so we're extremely concerned/interested/invested in what Warner Bros. is planning regarding Man of Steel, Justice League, Batman and more. With Joseph Gordon-Levitt rumored to play Batman in the next Justice League film, we discuss whether it matters if we see heroes outside of their costumes and if we can have Batman but not Bruce Wayne. Also, we touch on what's probably the biggest and most controversial event in comics at the moment, the transition of Amazing Spider-Man to Superior Spider-Man. Lastly, we also talk about Hugh Jackman's potential/probable return for Bryan Singer's X-Men: Days of Future Past and the avenues the film could travel down. Enjoy!
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01:28 - 12:12
Warner Bros. Man of Steel and Justice League plans
12:13 - 19:33
With the Joseph Gordon-Levitt potentially playing Batman in Justice League, is it more important to have the alter egos or the actual superheroes in Justice League?
19:33 - 32:57
Amazing Spider-Man 'Dying Wish' arc and Superior Spider-Man's shelf life
32:58 - 45: 50
Hugh Jackman's probable return for X-Men: Days of Future Past
45:51 - 56:53
We analyze the Warner Bros. method for DC Comics adaptations
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