“MEANWHILE IN THE TEMPLE OF DOOM, EH?”
Welcome back to Ink Tank, everyone! Arrow and The Flash are on hiatus, but don’t worry, we’ll all get through this together. In this inspirational installment, Max and Alex finally decided to talk about video games, as well as these other tremendous topics:
- Harrison Ford has crashed his plane and is said to be more than a little banged up. We wish him a full recovery and wonder what it means for Star Wars.
- James Mangold’s Wolverine sequel is a go! What do our heroes think of Logan having a third solo outing?
- The Supergirl pilot has officially begun filming. With the project no longer shrouded in mystery, do our heroes have faith in the Arrow team’s next project?
- There’s a new Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer! Will our heroes manage to keep it together amidst all the hype?
- There is a GoBots movie getting made. In other news: GoBots is still a thing.
- Max and Alex geek out over the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight and discuss their favorite superhero games (and they’re not the ones you’d think!)
- Our heroes unleash the worst villain team the world has ever seen: The Canadian Legion of Doom!
That’s it for this episode. Come back next week for more of the invigorating Ink Tank content that atomizes the airwaves. Until then, keep it cool, true believers!
Note: The following podcast contains EXPLICIT language and discussion of Arrow and The Flash. SPOILER ALERT!
Trade of the Week: Avengers: Age of Ultron Prelude by Will Corona Pilgrim with art by Mast, Geoffo and Wellinton Alves. Get hype for the Avengers sequel by reading the official prequel comic, which also comes in Marvel’s intriguing new Infinite format.
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