The Trusty Sidekick Podcast – Episode 83

The summer is barely slowing down for the live-action world’s of both Marvel and DC, and comedians Jay Washington and Bobby Hill are back with everything you need to know, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network. This week, we have show recaps of Legion, Supergirl, Flash, and Krypton, plus the latest news on Wonder Woman, Batman, Birds Of Prey, a few Joker movies, Legends Of Tomorrow, Doom Patrol, Avengers 4, Doctor Doom, Silver & Black, Ant Man & The Wasp, The Gifted, and Inhumans!

Find it at http://traffic.libsyn.com/trustysidekick/Ep83Final.mp3, via your favorite podcast app, or listen to any of our episodes on the podcast tab here. Please rate and review us!

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New Ant-man and The Wasp Posters Give Us A Look At Janet Van Dyne

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New posters from the upcoming Marvel Studios, Ant-Man and The Wasp have been released and for the first time we are seeing what Michelle Pfeiffer looks like in her role of Janet Van Dyne the mother to Hope Van Dyne “the Wasp” played by Evangeline Lily.

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In the look of Michelle Pfeiffer it should be noted that she seemingly has on a new suit, one that is more streamlined like the newer versions both Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne are wearing. Also Janet’s costume seems to have some green in it and not the same as the character was seen to have worn in the 1st Ant-Man film. Does this mean she joins the team full-time and does she take on a new moniker now that her daughter is The Wasp.

Let us know what you think about these new posters and what do you think about the look of Janet Van Dyne.

Ant-Man and the Wasp hits theaters on July 6,2018

Cloak And Dagger Teleport Its Way To Success

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Marvel is at it once again on the television side, this time with super powered teenage drama Cloak and Dagger on Freeform. The story of Tyrone “Cloak” Johnson and Tandy “Dagger” Bowan, two teenagers from different we worlds who discover that they have amazing abilities when they come together and are just as strong when they are apart.

Our resident super villain, Jay Washington gives an official review of the series premiere episode and what can be expected of the latest edition to the Marvel Cinematic (television) universe. He discusses if the fact the show has landed on Freeform will be a gift or a curse.

Check out the review video below and be sure to like and share

Let us know your thoughts and expectations about this new series and be sure to check out the most recent episode of The Trusty Sidekick Podcast which is available on many platforms that you can get podcasts from.

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The Trusty Sidekick – Episode 82

The return of the ‘Merc’ with a Mouth’ brings about a super funny 82nd episode from comedians, Jay Washington and Bobby Hill, on the Laugh Factory Podcast Network. In this episode, we give you a spoiler-full review Deadpool 2, and get you the latest info on X-Force, Dark Phoenix, Spider-Man 2, Avengers 4, The Eternals, Daredevil, The Flash (movie,) Shazam, and Pennyworth; plus recaps of Agents Of Shield, Legion, Supergirl, Flash, Arrow, Krypton, Gotham, and more!

Find it at http://traffic.libsyn.com/trustysidekick/Ep82Final.mp3, via your favorite podcast app, or listen to any of our episodes on the podcast tab here. Please rate and review us!

Television Upfronts Bring Big Changes To Arrowverse, Patience For Agents Of Shield

With this year’s television upfronts having just concluded, we are now getting info on where and when we’ll see the return of some of our favorites from both DC and Marvel, and boy are there some surprises.

As you may know if you’re following us on the podcast (here,) the fates of the CW shows weren’t determined until about a month ago. Despite a lot of people questioning whether Supergirl, Flash or even Arrow should return, all are back, possibly aided by the fact that the network is expanding to a sixth night of programming (Sunday.)

While Flash’s fifth season will continue to be the lead-in to the very strong and entertaining, Black Lightning, remaining in the Tuesday night spot it’s held since it’s inception, Supergirl will move from the Monday night spot it had for it’s first three seasons (one on CBS, two on CW,) to Sunday’s at 8pm, 7 CST. Legends Of Tomorrow will now be locked in the Monday 8pm/7 CST slot it thrived in this year, and it will now be followed by Arrow! Oliver and crew had a very strong comeback season, really a second in a row, after everyone freaked out over too much magic being involved in season 4. Supergirl, Legends, Arrow, Flash and closing with Black Lightning makes for a much stronger lineup and wraps everything up by Tuesday night each week.

Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. has been given a 13-episode 6th season, which almost no one would’ve guessed, after last year’s story about Disney needing to “strongly urge” ABC to bring the show back. To no surprise of the actual fans of the show, we were treated to another fabulous season, which tied up so many loose ends and has us eager for another. The twist is when we will actually get to see them. As you may know if you’re watching, they explicitly connected Thanos attacking Earth in Infinity War, to the show. The concern many had upon the announcement of the 6th season, was that we’d see AoS come back before the issues stemming from Thanos snapping his fingers, had played out. The good news is, that won’t be a problem. The bad news, is the reason why. We won’t get the premiere of season 6 until the summer of 2019, meaning after the events of Avengers 4 play out. As a fan, this is bittersweet. Happy for another season, sad you have to wait.

I think the positives outweigh the negatives all the way around here. What about you? Let us know what you think!

Marvel Hires Writers For “Eternals,” So You Know They’re Serious

If you caught our latest podcast (here,) you will have heard about Marvel’s plans to move away from it’s earthly heroes for an otherworldly, highly super-powered Eternals movie. Many are somewhat unfamiliar with the Eternals, and in in keeping with that, Marvel has hired an unfamiliar writing duo as well.

Matthew and Ryan Firpo have been given the go-ahead to take the first crack at turning out a viable script. To date, the brothers are largely unknown, with their main claim to fame being a script for a movie called “Ruin,” which made the Black List and has attracted the attention of Gal Gadot and MadRiver Productions.

As we all know, those who start on a Marvel script may not be the ones who end up with the credit for it by the time the film arrives, and creating an entirely alien world where everyone seemingly has powers is no easy undertaking. We will know whether they’ve got the goods, soon enough. What are your thoughts on Marvel bringing in untested talent for their next step? Let us know!

Marvel’s Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Gets A Sixth Season!

After rumors surfaced that Disney “compelled” ABC to give Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D. this, their 5th season, we were all pretty sure it would be the original MCU tie-in show’s last. All year long, people involved in the show kept saying they wrote this season as if it would be the last. Expectations were minimum. Thank goodness the fans showed up.

Announced just a minutes ago, AoS will be returning for a 6th season! Next year will bring back Coulson (we hope) and his crew for another 13 episodes. Thirteen is a far cry from the massive 24 episode run they had just a season ago, but at this point, we’ll take what we can get. Will we get more tie-ins to the half-genocided larger MCU? Will events of Avengers 4 play a role? Contact us and share your thoughts! Also, don’t forget to tune into the podcast we’ll be releasing later today to discuss it – we may bring up your question or opinion!