This weeks episode of #10MinMarvel takes a look at some news coming out of GenCon. The creation of a new Marvel board game. We also talk about the Wolverine Podcast, The Long Night and The Lost Trail. I look at how it compares to the […]
Forgot to post this when I got back into town on Wednesday. But a new episode of 10 Minute Marvel (#10MinMarvel) came out on Tuesday. Since I had to record early, there’s no news segment, but I talk about what I think might be coming […]
A new 10 Minute Marvel (#10MinMarvel) that for your listening pleasure. It’s available on both Google Play Music and Apple Podcast. I take a break from talking about the MCU Movies in chronological order, because there’s a lot to talk about with Phase 4.
There was a lot of news in this weeks episode of 10 Minute Marvel (#10MinMarvel), as Marvel took Hall H by storm at Comic Con. So we do a quick rundown of what has happened for Phase 4.
Then I talk about what I thought of Captain Marvel, what worked well for me, and what didn’t work, all in 10 minutes.
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I’m all caught up on Marvel movies, though it’s a bit until I’ll get to this movie in 10 Minute Marvel (now available here). But I got to see the movie in theaters last night. I’m going to keep this review spoiler free and try […]
I’m going to be putting up articles on this from time to time and I talked about it on twitter yesterday.
Dungeons and Flagons and the The Trilogies content is going to be going away. If/when we decide to do more Dungeons and Flagons in whatever way that might look, that content is saved and will be backed up, but it wasn’t worth the effort and money to keep those around. So in December 1st, those will be going away.
But at the same time, I want to announce 10 Minute Marvel (#10MinMarvel), a podcast where I talk about Marvel for 10 minutes. That includes a quick intro of the topic, talking about the latest Marvel news, and then discussing a Marvel topic. I’ve gotten two episodes recorded and released which you can find on Libsyn currently.
This first episode covers where I’m coming from as a Marvel fan and why I’m making this podcast. To just summarize it, I started in Marvel with the Spider-Man and X-Men cartoons in the early 1990’s but I didn’t start reading comics until the MCU happened. And I wanted to do a 10 minute podcast, so that it’s something you can listen to on your way to work or from work, every Tuesday, and so that it’s fast and not that much work for me.
Just to put it into perspective, Dungeons and Flagons would take about an hour to record an episode and 1.5 to 2 hours to edit it. So take that down to 15 minutes to 20 minutes to record, depending on how much I goof up, and then 30 minutes to edit, I’ve now freed up time for myself which is nice and is more sustainable.
But I also put up an actual first episode where I go on to talk about Captain America: The First Avenger and what I think about that movie. I don’t do much of a recap of the movie, which is probably something that I’ll do in the future. And I talk in the news about the panels that are announced for Comic Con this week.
The podcast will be showing up on iTunes and Google Play hopefully soon. And I’ll be looking at getting it up to Spotify as well so that it’s easier to find.
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I would expect me to put out more on this later, but Kristen and I are starting to watch through the Marvel Cinematic Universe again, and we’re doing so in chronological order, as it is in the films. So Captain America: First Avenger takes place […]