The concept of a “Superhero Team” had been thought about, drawn up, and shown to human eyes millions of times and satisfied every eye that saw them – on the written comic book page. When you talk about live-action television and feature films well – “Superhero Team” efforts, especially ones worth their salt when it comes to quality, care and polish well – they’re few and far between to be sure. As Marvel’s Cinematic Universe continued to build it’s stand-alone, but still-in-the-family-of-characters collection of hero films, the rumors and whispers of what everyone hoped to be grand was everywhere. The Avengers. While there are many other Superhero Teams that we’ve described and reviewed in Perspective Review, The Avengers change everyone’s perspective when it comes to cash earning power, quality and stackability when it comes to conjuring the comic book page directly to the silver screen. Be sure to listen to our Perspective Review, detailing The Hype, The Money, The Good, The Bad, The Franchise, and ultimately The Rating of Marvel’s Avengers (2012).
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— A Call for Input: The value of Marvel’s Avengers (and really, the whole Marvel Cinematic Universe) is truly a perpetual thing. Depending on your age, favorite program and “perspective” – we know that you’ll have questions about the movie, our opinions and concepts we haven’t even though of. Contact us today to tell us more about what you think now!
Links from This Episode
— Marvel’s Avengers on IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0848228/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
— Check out The BoxOfficeMojo.Com Listing for this Film!
— Check out ALL of the Vehicles Inside of Marvel’s Avengers
— The Agents of SHIELD Podcast: Remember that we provide the most-educational, hour-by-hour Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD Podcast on the Internet, over at The Agents of SHIELD Podcast: A Complete, Detailed and Always-Educational Review of each episode showcased on ABC and Hulu streaming! It’s the only program on the Internet that helps you understand, point-by-point, what kind of value you’re getting from what’s offered inside the smaller HD screen when it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
— Did you miss our Iron Man (2008) Perspective Review?
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— Did you miss our Incredible Hulk (2008) Perspective Review?
— Did you miss our Under the Hood Interview with Iron Man 2 Composer John Debney?
— Did you miss our Thor (2011) Perspective Review?
— Did you miss our Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Perspective Review?
Calls to the Audience Inside this Episode:
— What do YOU remember about The Hype from Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— Where did YOU see Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— How much did YOU pay for a ticket to see Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— Where did YOU see Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— What did YOU think was “Good” inside Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— What did you think was “Bad” inside Marvel’s Avengers? Tell us now?
— Where do YOU think the Captain America Franchise will go from here? Tell us now?
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The Host of this Program:
Mike Wilkerson: Mike Wilkerson is a former certified Sign Language Interpreter for the Deaf, now Marketing Automation Director for a large St. Louis-based Computer company and has been hosting, producing, concepting and enhancing podcasts for 13 years. While his interests are definitively pop culture-based, the bottom line is: It’s ALL About Perspective. Whether it’s being captured inside of one of Mike’s Podcast Capture Studios (based in St. Louis) inside the coming-soon “Micro Audio Podcast Capture Studios” (MPACS) or via The Podcast Bug: A 1974 custom Superbeetle with a recording studio built inside of it – Podcasting is Captured Perspective. Be sure to contact Mike with questions about podcasting, about the many programs he hosts or about the other programs that populate The 2GuysTalking Podcast Network.
Kip Lewis: Calvin “Kip” Lewis is a sign language interpreter in the St. Louis area who has been a comic book fan and zealot for most of his life. He is a frequently-called-upon podcast host when it comes to all-things-comics inside the 2GuysTalking cone of operation.The bottom line is where you’re looking for deep-running lines in silver and golden age comics, especially when the relationships between comic book characters is concerned – Kip is the one-stop knowledge shop. Kip’s work on the 2GuysTalking Podcast Network can mostly be found inside The Perspective Review Series, as well as on and off again episodes of The Agents of SHIELD Podcast.
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David Carite: David Carite, originally from New Orleans, received his initial geek education from a beloved uncle that provided knowledge, insight and details in all things geek. David’s interest in horror in particular, led him to host a podcast dedicated to the detailed review and education for fans of the hit HBO-show, “True Blood”. The Fangbanger Podcast took pleasure in conveying the heights but more importantly the LOWs of a television program that was originally original – that finished differently to be sure. Check out all of the episode of The Fangbanger Podcast, as well as David’s appearance inside a number of episodes of The Perspective Review Series.
Nicholas J. Hearne:
Blessed with an overactive imagination, Nick spent his early years absorbing as much pop culture as possible. From comic books to television, films, sci-fi, fantasy, horror – if it was great storytelling, he assimilated it! From early adolescence to adulthood, Nick spent his time honing his acting and writing skills, starring on stage and screen across the Midwest. In recent years, Nick has started his own comic book company, Archlight Comics, and is also a founder of Archlight Studios, both with longtime friend Jason Contini, and has become a skilled podcast editor and co-host aboard a number of different podcast efforts.