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Plus, JUSTICE LEAGUE Part 2 gets bumped from the schedule for THE BATMAN.
Plus: reactions to trailers for GOTG Vol.2, TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT, and THE MUMMY
LEAGUECAST #155 – The Future Of STAR WARS Beyond The Skywalker Saga & THE WALKING DEAD’s Rating Problems
Adam takes over hosting duties to discuss STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE, THE WALKING DEAD, Black Friday deals, and more!
LEAGUECAST #154 – Emilia Clarke In HAN SOLO Spin-off, KONG: SKULL ISLAND Trailer, Angela Bassett In BLACK PANTHER, & More
Jeff, Shawn, and special guest Matt discuss news headlines on the annual Thanksgiving show.
The League discusses Marvel moving THE INHUMANS off the movie schedule and onto TV.
LEAGUECAST #151 – THE FLASH Movie Loses Another Director, Plus LUKE CAGE Spoiler Discussion, DEFENDERS, & More
The League discusses Rick Famuyiwa leaving THE FLASH, reviews LUKE CAGE, and more.
LEAGUECAST #150 – THE WALKING DEAD Season 7 Premiere Reaction, Plus Donald Glover As Lando, Tim Miller Off DEADPOOL 2, & More
The League discusses THE WALKING DEAD season 7 and other news headlines.
Adam sits in on the press round tables for AMC’s COMIC BOOK MEN.
The League previews the Fall 2016 movie lineup, and discusses THE FLASH season 3.
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Ellie interviews the uber-popular comic cover artist!
Ellie returns to recap the tumultuous gender issues in the spotlight over the summer.
A clearly masochistic Jeff counts down every Marvel movie ever made, from worst to first!
Ellie’s back with a look at some truly awful female comic book character duds.
Is the reboot of Marvel’s “First Family” as bad as everyone feared? Well, yes.
Aaron tells us if this latest Mission is one you should accept.
Jeff says ANT-MAN is another triumph for Marvel, thanks to humor, character-building, and heart.
Johnny says it’s time for this franchise to be terminated.
Jeff turns a review of Pixar’s latest into a love letter to the movies.
Jeff says Jurassic World lacks awe and heart, but oozes fun.
Aaron says despite a preachy and messy third act, TOMORROWLAND captures a sense of Spielbergian wonder.