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Comedians Andrew Ivimey and Diana McCallum (creators of www.FromSuperheroes.com), break down a different superhero movie or TV show every week, hilariously highlighting everything you never noticed in your favorite franchises.

Produced by Andrew Ivimey for The From Superheroes Network.

Nominated for six Canadian Podcast Awards, including Best Television & Film Podcast (2019, 2020, 2021), Best Host (2019, 2020) and People's Choice Award for Best Podcast in Canada (2019).

 

Aug 29, 2022

This week we're talking about the biggest franchise we've never discussed, it's The Lord Of The Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. We talk about our history with this movie, the Legolas to Aragorn sexual journey, alternative ways to handle the ring, and our opinions on elves.


Aug 22, 2022

This week we're talking about when Predator went to the future in Predator 2 and we're joined by special guest Mark Little (creator of the show Gary and His Demons). We talk about time jumping to a near future, innappropriate but fun gangs, a terrible detective, and bad trophies.

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Aug 15, 2022

This week we're talking about the latest installment in the Predator series, we're talking about Prey. We discuss where it belongs in the ranking of Predator films, weaponizing how people perceive you, the danger of slap bracelets, and fighting a bear. 

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Aug 8, 2022

This week on the pod we're talking about Season 1 of The Sandman. We talk fantastic performances, what's missing with Johanna Constantine, how everyone's secret truth is that they're horny, and whether a daydream counts as a dream.

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Aug 1, 2022

This week we're talking about the new animated movie DC League Of Super Pets... we're just calling it Super Pets. We talk about camera actors doing voice work, Paw Patrol being the joke of the year if you're under 10, visual jokes hidden in the background, and exploding Krypton (for the kids).