Heroes: Which Marvel & DC Characters Should Square Off in a Movie?

     July 11, 2018

On this 261st episode of Heroes, Jon Schnepp, Amy Dallen, Claire Lim, and Jay Washington discuss the following, plus answer these Twitter questions:

  • The panel gives their thoughts on the studio offerings at next week’s San Diego Comic Con now that Marvel Studios will not be attending the convention.
  • OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes creator and writer Ian Jones-Quartey stops by to talk about superheroes, comic books, and his animated series.
  • How does listening to Heroes on the podcast feed affect the YouTube clicks and views of the show?
  • Will we ever see a time where three different MCU films in a given year are all parts of the same story?
  • Season 2 of Marvel’s Luke Cage on Netflix was a slow build. Would it have benefitted from a more traditional release schedule instead of releasing all the episodes at once?
  • How would you incorporate Robin into Matt ReevesThe Batman movie?
  • What would your dream match-up in a movie be if you could pit a Marvel hero or villain against a DC hero or villain?
  • Do you think Sony will keep their R-rating for Venom or do you think they’ll switch it to a more heavy PG-13 rating?
  • What if Thanos was right? What if we skip ahead 5 years in Avengers 4 and the universe is actually peaceful and happy? What should the Avengers do then?
  • Do you think we’ll get the first trailer for the Hellboy reboot at Comic-Con?
  • How would you feel if the MCU or DCEU created a brand-new hero or villain that did not come straight from the comic books?
  • It looks like Spider-Man will be abroad in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Can we expect Kraven the Hunter, who is based out of Europe, to appear as one of the villains in the movie?
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