Episode 105 and what a week, so much great content to discuss. The lads talk about The Matrix Resurrections, Hawkeye, and Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.
The guys breakdown some of the content they’ve been watching this week and Ped talks about finally finishing up Clickbait. Aaron on the other hand gives his reaction to Star Wars Visions, and promises a full review coming to the youtube channel soon. You can watch the series on Disney+ on September 22.
This week however was a brilliant week for fans of all things nerd. First the guys dive into the all of the PS5 announcements from Spider-Man 2, to Wolverine, to finally a full trailer for Guardians of the Galaxy.
We also got the super meta, and very trippy trailer for The Matrix Resurrections, and Ped had quite the theory on what could be happening in the fourth installment of the franchise. The guys also ponder whether this film is the true finale, or whether this story could open up future spin offs.
Marvel finally dropped the first trailer for Hawkeye, and oh man, it did not disappoint. The guys got big old Die Hard vibes, and were excited to see the more personal side of Hawkeye, and the introduction of Kate Bishop.
Finally, Ped gives his thoughts on Shang-Chi. Find out why he thinks the movie was stunning and deserves to be seen as soon as possible.
You don’t want to miss episode 105!
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Aaron is a contributing writer at But Why Tho, serving as a reviewer for TV and Film. He is also the co-host and social media manager of the Nerds Social Club podcast.
Hailing originally from England, and after some lengthy questing, he’s currently set up shop in Pennsylvania. He spends his days reading comics, podcasting, and being attacked by his small offspring.