In this episode, we've all returned from the snap and wondering what the heck has happened over the past five years, as we review Spider-Man: Far From Home!

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Super Member wrote on 09/13/2019 at 11:04pm

Good episode chaps! Seems like it was recorded before Sony & Marvel braking up and D23 and there was a lot of material left out around D+ and Spider-Man.

As for MCU Fatigue, it started for me around Civil War. I still enjoyed the movies but they were becoming a little too formulaic. After Spider-Man: Homecoming (which has to be one of my favorite MCU movies) the fatigue went away. I have been really looking forward to the movies since.

I am even excited for Black Widow. The prequel aspect has me a little worried, but Marvel has handled their properties well (even the bad movies are still watchable) that I am not too worried.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 09/14/2019 at 05:05pm

Yeah we didn’t know Spider-Man was out then and the future looked bright.... But now... I’m honestly curious how they will handle Spider-Man post MCU. All the Villians seem like they still be valid and Spider-Man might be on his own now which the end of the movie set up fairly well.

I wonder if he’ll refer to Tony in the new films or just someone he lost? Also curious how they’ll talk about the blip?

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Super Member wrote on 09/14/2019 at 06:14pm

Will they make him give the glasses back?

A bigger question is that since Spider-Man is out of the MCU does it make the new movies must see anymore?

Travis   Admin   Post Author wrote on 09/15/2019 at 03:27am

I think the next one is still must-see. Tom Holland is my favorite live action Spidey so far, and I want to see him do more. Even if the plot doesn’t intersect with the MCU.

Will_Ball   Game Mod   Super Member wrote on 09/15/2019 at 06:03pm

I am a hold out until the trailer hits. Maybe they will patch things up by the time the movie gets made.

Travis   Admin   Post Author wrote on 09/15/2019 at 07:22pm

Also it's interesting you mentioned Civil War as the first sign of fatigue for you, and I think that was my first as well. It's also where I started getting tired of rewatching it earlier this year. But they definitely brought me back in. Homecoming was at that time my favorite Spider-Man movie ever but it still hit me with some fatigue from the baggage that came along with it from Civil War. But then Thor: Ragnarok brought me back in full swing.

I'm really glad they're taking almost a full year off from the films at least.

jdodson   Admin wrote on 09/15/2019 at 08:21pm

I think the break should help.

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