Episode Archive

Episode Archive

41 episodes of MAD UNREAL since the first episode, which aired on September 20th, 2019.

  • 5: The Birth of Disney Plus, The Fall of a Star Wars Story, & The Rise of Watchmen

    November 6th, 2019  |  1 hr 25 mins
    benioff, bond, hbo, regina king, star wars, watchmen, weiss

    On this episode we look into the death of the #Benioff and #Weiss #StarWars trilogy and question the fate of the post-Skywalker era. Also: why are there so few people of color in the galaxy far, far away? Lastly: we review #HBO’s #Watchmen!

  • 4: Joker, A Black Hero Named Dion, & Why We Ain't Worried About Bond

    October 23rd, 2019  |  1 hr 35 mins
    batman, bond, feige, joker, marvel, netflix, skywalker

    Family: the past two weeks have been UNREAL. On this episode, Arthur & Isaac dive into the most interesting news, including #Joker, #TheBatman’s cast, #NoTimeToDie, #TheRiseOfSkywalker, #RaisingDion, and how #KevinFeige became #Marvel's #JoeClark!

  • 3: What Does a Black Commissioner Gordon Mean For 'The Batman'?

    October 9th, 2019  |  1 hr 11 mins
    comics, fantasy, film, geek, heroes

    The great #JeffreyWright is rumored to be the next #CommissionerGordon in #MattReeves' upcoming #TheBatman. What does an African-American Gordon mean for #GothamCity?

  • 2: Will the Marvel/Sony Spider-Man Split Threaten the Future of Miles Morales?

    September 25th, 2019  |  1 hr 15 mins
    disney, marvel, mcu, sony, spider-man

    Arthur and Isaac are back for round 2 of Mad Unreal! This week we’re focusing on the split between #MarvelStudios and #Sony over #SpiderMan. How will this affect the rest of the #MCU? And most importantly, does this news threaten the future of #MilesMorales?

  • 1: Does the comic book movie genre need “Joker”? Is the future of Star Wars on television?

    September 20th, 2019  |  1 hr 22 mins
    comics, disney, joker, star wars

    On this incredible first episode, Arthur Turnbull and Isaac Perry go hard on the upcoming #Joker movie and question whether or not we need an “arthouse” film to justify the comic book movie genre.