The AV Room The Present and Future of Comic-Book Movies By Christopher Lloyd :: Jan 12, 2011 1 Comment » In this week’s show, Joe and Chris discuss the state of comic-book movies. Are super-dudes passé, or do we still need a hero? Podcast Powered By Podbean Share This Story× Facebook Twitter StumbleUpon Reddit Instapaper Email this story Related Posts Indy Style — May 15 On this week’s show Chris reviews “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “Kumiko the Treasure Hunter,” “Pitch Perfect 2,” “Far from the Madding Crowd” plus “Still Alice” on video. Continue reading → Indy Style — May 1 This week’s show includes reviews of “Avengers: Age of Ultron,” “Clouds of Sils Maria” plus “Paddington” on video. Continue reading → Avengers: Age of Ultron The banter between the heroes amid their adventures is fun and everything, but this superhero sequel only feels truly great when the villain is on screen. Continue reading → Indy Style — April 24 This week’s show includes reviews of “The Age of Adaline,” “Ex Machina,” “Little Boy,” “The Water Diviner” plus “The Babadook” on video. Continue reading → Tags: Captain America, Christopher Lloyd, comic books, Fantastic Four, Hulk, Iron Man, Joe Shearer, podcast, Spider-Man, super heroes, the green hornet, the green lantern, the thing, Thor One Response to “The Present and Future of Comic-Book Movies” Gina Wagner says: January 25, 2011 at 2:38 pm ALL copies of the special Thing comic book? Wow, Christopher Lloyd, you ARE a nerd. hehe To each their own! I’m still grieving over Spiderman 3.