The review of Wonder Woman continues in Episode 2.2, but this time, it’s filled with SPOILERS. So, if you have not had the pleasure of watching this film yet, stop what you’re doing, go to your local theater, grab some overpriced but delicious over-buttered popcorn, and watch the best film DC has put out to date.
…then, you know. Come back and listen.

Atul and I were way too talkative recording this so we broke this episode up into two for your listening pleasure.
Headlines Discussed:
  • Batman Mask of the Phantasm Blu-ray: One of the best film interpretations of the Batman is finally getting the HD treatment.
  • Michael Bay leaving the Transformers Series: Michael Bay stated that Transformers – The Last Knight is his last stint as director ┬áin the Transformers series. Do we believe him?
  • Call of Cthulhu: Developed by Cyanide, the Call of Cthulhu video game is a semi-open world RPG/survival game for all platforms.
  • Lovecraft Country: Executive producers Jordan Peele and J. J. Abrams are adapting the book by Matt Ruff for HBO.
  • Hellboy Remake: Director Neil Marshall and star David Harbour are bringing Hellboy back to the silver screen. The rumor is that it’s coming in 2018, but it’s still very early.
Boss Battle:
  • Wonder Woman: We discuss our thoughts on the film, performances, story, and direction without discussing ANY SPOILERS!! This review is completely spoiler free, so listen even if you haven’t seen the film.
Bonus Round:
  • Wonder Woman – Spirit of Truth: The oversized graphic novel written by Alex Ross and Paul Dini is a beautiful compliment to the film. Alex Ross’ art shines in this 2001 testament to one of the most beloved characters in comic book history.

It all starts here! Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the first episode of Welcome To Your Doom!
Headlines Discussed:
  • Wonder Woman Mantroversy: An overly entitled “fan” believes it’s offensive to have all-woman pre-screenings of Wonder Woman at the Alamo Draft House.
  • Witcher Netflix Series: A series based on the books by Andrzej Sapkowski is coming to Netflix.
Boss Battle:
  • Until Dawn: A choose-your-own-adventure game horror/thriller game exclusive to the Playstation 4 console starring Hayden Panettiere.
Bonus Round:
  • Tales From Beyond the Pale: A chilling audio drama/horror created by Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid. A must-listen for any horror fan.