“THE AWESOME MIX… OF JOKES”
Welcome to another astonishing edition of Ink Tank, true believers! This week brought some cool reveals from Warner Bros. and Fox. Plus, we got a trio of new episodes from Arrow, The Flash and Agent Carter to tear into.
Without further ado, here’s the tremendous topics we’ll be covering in this energetically enigmatic episode:
- The first photo of Jason Momoa as Aquaman is out! What do our heroes think of the hero’s reimagining as a sea barbarian?
- Nightcrawler is back in X-Men: Apocalypse. Will Kodi Smit-McPhee live up to Alan Cummings’ performance in X2?
- Morena Baccarin is going to be in Deadpool. Do our heroes think she’ll be a good foil for the Merc with a mouth?
- Also, the Deadpool movie is happening!
- Agent Carter discussion returns. Get ready for some fun in the ‘40s.
- Analysis of the happening in Arrow and The Flash. Did the dynamic duo enjoy the debut of Firestorm?
That’ll do it for this week, folks! The Flash is going to be taking a break starting next week, but worry not, Team Ink Tank is on it and will be covering some awesome things in the movie and gaming realms to fill the void!
Note: The following podcast contains EXPLICIT language and discussion of Arrow and The Flash. SPOILER ALERT!
Trade of the Week: Deadpool Vol. 1 Dead Presidents by Brian Lee Posehn & Garry Duggen with art by Tony Moore. Now that the Deadpool movie is happening, cut loose and enjoy a suitably insane story where Deadpool breaks both the fourth wall and the necks of evil zombie presidents.
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