Sunday, March 31, 2019

PopXcast Episode 92 - Shazam Film Review & More

On this episode, team POPX dives into the DC comics world of Shazam! Bringing a new style of story to the DCEU, Shazam offers a unique superhero story in the the DC World. We share our favorite moments from the film, as well as share Easter Eggs and insights from the film in our #SpoilerAlert segment. Along with our jam packed Geek Headlines segment and the film review, this episode will have you shouting SHAZAM!!!

Sunday, March 3, 2019

Episode 91 - Captain Marvel Review & More

It's finally here, Marvel's first film of 2019, and the only film leading up to Avengers End Game next month! Whoa, Avengers is next month!!? YUP! Click like, subscribe, and follow for notifications on when POPX goes live this Sunday night, March 10th, 9PM Eastern. Combined with the leading headlines of the week, Episode 91 will be a #SpoilerAlert show with tons of information, easter eggs and tie-ins to the MCU. Don't Miss It!

Sunday, February 24, 2019

Episode 90 - Alita | Battle Angel Film Review & POPX Pix for Superman & Batman DCEU

On this episode, we dive into all things manga, James Cameron and Alita Battle Angel with a complete film review and rating from team POPX. We also give our hopeful top lists for prospect actors to replace Superman and Batman in the DC Entertainment Universe (DCEU). Who will dawn the cape and cowl again, tune in to find out the POPX Pix for our top actors to fill these roles.

Sunday, February 10, 2019

Episode 89 - Marvel/Netflix Discussion, Punisher Season 2 and Aquaman Review & More!

Recovering from the Holiday break, POPX makes it's return in 2019 with a very hot topic concerning Marvel's departure from Netflix, and the future of our beloved superheroes from the streaming platform. We offer insight into the future of Marvel's streaming sagas, as well as review Season 2 of The Punisher, a film review of Aquaman, and so much more!

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Episode 88 - Spider-Man "Into The Spider-Verse" - A POPX Christmas Special

We review the Marvel animated film "Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse" and also share in the Holiday spirit with some special moments with team POPX. We also share the latest in Geek Culture News with POPX Headlines, and give our reactions to the all new MCU film trailers, including Avengers : End Game. Join us for a fun-filled, eggnog drinking, candy cane munching good time... Join us, SHALL YOU!!!?

Sunday, November 25, 2018

Episode 87 - Remembering Stan Lee

On November 12th, 2018, the universe as we know it lost a legend, the great Stan Lee passed away at the age 95. Join us on this very special episode as we give a historical glimpse of his life, legacy and share our own stories of Stan "The Man" Lee. We open up the live stream to allow our amazing viewers to join team POPX during the live recording of this very special "Remembering Stan Lee" episode. #Excelsior

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Bill Maher's Scorning Words Towards Stan Lee's Passing & The Comic Community

Bill Maher disrespects Stan Lee’s legacy and questions if comics are desensitizing generations with fanatical ideas. 🤬 I typically refrain from these sort of discussions publicly. It’s not my jam to be political, controversial or on anyone’s agenda bandwagon... BUT... His comments and statements kindles a fire within all of us, as we know his brazen dialogue is a ploy to ruffle feathers, drawing attention to himself, and all on the media hype of Stan Lee's passing. Read the attached article link in this post before proceeding further.

In 50 years, Mr. Maher, we're certain your legacy would appear much different than that of the hope Stan shared... In your same breath, you walk on the back of a legendary human being for no reason, other than to make fun of people who don’t read the same “big boy” literature as you. Shame shame shame. Judging someone is wrong, judging someone who just passed and bashing the efforts of an entire empire because it doesn’t jive with your libertarian agenda... is bigotry. In Maher’s spite-filled rant on his blog site, he said, “Donald Trump would only be voted in as President in a place where comic books are important.” — Just wow...

For a sick kid, who grew up introverted and bullied, comics became the one ray of hope in a young 7 year old’s imagination. Ultimately, I became an artist and graphic designer because of Marvel Comics, mimicking Jack Kirby's craft and the stories Stan Lee wrote. Does that mean I too am a whimsical fantasy driven human being with no moral compass or strive to be productive in society? Careful of wolves in sheep’s clothing, those quick to judge with lack of understanding about a community in which you know absolutely nothing about. Don’t be jealous that the cameo king of comics didn’t just create superheroes, he created an entire universe in just over a decade. "The guy who created Spider-Man and the Hulk has died, and America is in mourning. Deep, deep mourning for a man who inspired millions to, I don’t know, watch a movie, I guess..." Maher wrote.

Lee’s heart for everyone alone became a beacon of light for generations of introverts, bully victims, chronically ill, thinkers, scholars, actors, artists, leaders, writers and professionals... who were deemed “different” by a society and culture we lived in. You’re just another bully in the hallway to me Mr. Maher, and I’ve officially evicted bullies from my destiny. It's so easy to attack someone, when you haven't walk a mile in their shows Mr. Maher. Scale back all the fame, all the fortune, all the hate, trash-talk and verbal skewing, and your empire is a shameful representation of the American dream. To inspire, offer hope and tell stories with a moral compass in mind, that's a grand idea.

Stan Lee wrote about something so profound in 1968, in a weekly column called, “Stan’s Soapbox,” a topic of bigotry, racism and violence. I’ll just let the editorial piece speak for itself. Look below in the comments for this attached article. This was the same year the world saw the assassinations of Robert F. Kennedy, and Martin Luther King, Jr, and so Stan responded with heart.

Steps off my own soapbox, picks up a pencil and sketches my next masterpiece.