Posted on 9:44 am,
May 20, 2012

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In the latest exciting issue of HeroHype, Jimmy Jeff and John discuss how The Avengers stands up to multiple viewings, where the Marvel Cinematic Universe will go from here, and the recent four minute clip released from the climax of The Amazing Spider-Man.

– Show Opening and introduction
– Iron Man 3 casting information and storyline explanation
– Avengers replay and sequel speculation
– We discuss Thor 2 and the possible introduction of Beta Ray Bill
– Jeff explains Guardian of the Galaxy and The Inhumans to…well..everyone
– We talk about how a Doctor Strange movie should be done and speculate when Ant-Man will be out.
-We analyze the four minute released bridge scene from the climax of ‘The Amazing Spider-Man’
-Jeff wants to go out for Shawarma

This episode's hosts: Jimmy Bean, Jeff Martin and John Thrasher

  • Nicole

    I literally just downloaded all your episodes and listened to them all this past weekend, and now there’s a new one :D this is now one of my favourite podcasts :D 

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1683360003 Paige Barton

    I’ve seen it 3 times and I’m going to see it a 4th this Friday. It’s absolutely AMAZING

  • WhatTheGrace

    In regards to the future of Iron and whether or not they’ll tie up loose ends etc.
    I read somewhere on the internet that instead of leaving Iron Man as trilogy, they might or are thinking of continuing Iron Man in the way that the James Bond movies are made (as in replacing the lead character after they’ve done a few movies).
    So perhaps after RDJ has completed Iron Man 3 and the second Avenger movie, they might replace him with a new actor and a new ‘Pepper’ – The only problem with this is that if they intend on making more Avengers movies will they end up replacing all the actors as the ‘new generation’ of The Avengers? I think it’s a good idea but i really don’t think any actor can fill the shoes of RDJ he is the perfect Tony Stark/Iron Man and seeing a different face in his place would be rather weird. 

    Great show btw!!

  • Emmalou

    I’ve seen it 3 times in the past week. So yeah, I think it stands up to multiple viewings ;)

  • notenoughpuff

    I’ve got to say I’m a bit surprised and disappointed Mark Ruffalo won’t be in Iron Man 3. I was hoping after the last scene of The Avengers where Tony and Bruce go off together I thought maybe the science bros would go to Stark Tower and cure cancer or something. xD

  • http://twitter.com/CassiopeiaDrake Cassie Drake

    lol I saw it for the 5th time last night, and listened to this episode on the car ride home. I definitely plan on seeing The Avengers a few more times before it leaves theatres. I CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF IT.

    I’m excited to see what you guys have to say now that we KNOW FOR SURE that Spider-Man’s powers are “embedded into his DNA”.

  • http://frankifoni.tumblr.com/ Franki94

    I don’t know if someone’s already said this, so apologies for any repetition. You guys said that there was no reference to Tony Stark knowing Natasha from Iron Man 2, but there was. When the Avengers go to capture Loki at Stuttgart, and Natasha is in the plane, Tony flies in and overrides her intercom saying, “Remember me, Natasha?” Then I think he causes music to play over the intercom, but its hard to tell with the soundtrack going at the same time. Regardless, THERE IS A REFERENCE! :D

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