Podcasts 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 Lance Edmands, “Bluebird” Lance Edmands of “Bluebird” talks about assembling a monster cast — Amy Morton, John Slattery, Margo Martindale, Adam Driver — as a rookie director. Continue reading → Indy Style — July 11 On this week’s show, Chris anoints the two best movies of the summer (so far)! Continue reading → Indy Style — July 4 On this week’s special edition of The Film Yap on Indy Style, we take a look ahead to the rest of summer to see what promising movies are left. Continue reading → Indy Style — June 27 Chris reviews “Transformers: Age of Extinction,” “Obvious Child” and “300: Rise of an Empire” 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.