This week on The Collision, we talk about Thor: The Dark World, and decide that every time a Marvel movie comes out, we assess the current state of the studio and the Marvel Cinematic Universe. We talk about the consistency of the movies, their quality, the exciting future especially as it pertains to Guardians of the Galaxy, looking ahead to phase three, self-critique of supporting teaser culture, and more. As always, we finish up with our recommendations. [This podcast contains spoilers about Thor: The Dark World]
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