Earth's Mightiest Podcasts
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A Comic Book Podcast Network covering Marvel Comic's Avengers (EMP), X-Men (EMX) and Deadpool (MwaP)
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MwaP Episode 72: Cheetah the Orangutan
6 days ago
After a month break, the guys are back. In this episode Corwin admits to censoring Scott, and then talks about the struggles of sinus pain in Florida. Scott on the other hand becomes a drug mule, and interrupts the show after every review with a listener question. In Con Report, Scott talks about his crazy adventures at Wonder Con, with his battle with a line and anime boobs. At some point they decide to talk about the Deadpool books of February 2017. Finally in Past-O-Vision they travel to the year 2002 and review Agent X #1. And always Robot Chicken Hulk wraps the show up with a PSA. Sponsor DCBService.com 0:04:21 News 0:27:46 Con Report: Wonder Con 201724 0:46:21 Uncanny Avengers (2015.2) #20 0:51:14 Deadpool and the Mercs for Money (2016.2) #8 0:58:59 Champions (2016) #5 1:04:32 Unbelievable Gwenpool (2016) #11 1:11:08 Unbelievable Gwenpool (2016) #12 1:19:21 Foolkiller (2016) #4 1:23:14 Spider-Man Deadpool (2016) #14 1:31:03 Deadpool The Duck (2017) #3 1:33:23 Deadpool The Duck (2017) #4 1:37:13 Deadpool (2015) #26 1:40:52 Deadpool (2015) #27 Past-O-Vision 1:45:21 Agent X (2002) #1 [MwaP RSS] Subscribe [RSS All] Subscribe [iTunes] Subscribe [Zune] Subscribe Music by Jenki "Girls of Los Angele
Rated 4 out of
The overall enthusiasm of the hosts along with the extensive comic knowledge makes this podcast a cut far above the rest .Keep up the great podcasting this is a really good cast.
Date published: 2013-10-16
Rated 3 out of
A Solid Review Podcast with a 5-Star Theme Song
I listen to Earth's Mightiest Podcast and Earth's Mightiest X-Cast. I do not listen to Merc With A Podcast, so this will not reflect that podcast.
Well worth your time. Well worth starting from the beginning. The early podcasts, while rocky, have mid-show intermission-style skits and sketches that are worth hearing. The early episodes are not bad, just long. Alex, Corwin, and Viet have a very good chemistry when they are on their game, and the subject matter (current Avengers and X-books) is interesting. The show truly lives up to its tagline that it will "protect you from bad books and avenge the books you might have missed." The rotating chair on EMX is very interesting, and Tribe One, the most frequently rotated in host, has very good chemistry with the main three.
Unfortunately, the hosts are not always on their game, perhaps due to the fact that, as family men, they seem to record at a very late hour when it will not affect their family time. Conversations frequently tail off somewhat uncomfortably as they run out of things to say about one book but no one is pushing hard enough on getting to the next one in line.
Finally, it really is a 5-star theme song. I really do enjoy the show, and would like to rate it higher, but one of the very admirable things about Alex, Corwin, and Viet is that they do not soft pedal their ratings on books. They are frank and honest, and books that the hosts' conversation show have a lot to recommend them still get 3s. EMP gets 3.5 Entertaining Hosts.
Date published: 2016-03-14