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F*ck Mondays! Episode 16: The Great Civil War Debate


We’re back from seeing the sight that was Captain America: Civil War and we’ve got a lot to say. Find out what we liked, disliked and more on another episode of F*ck Mondays!

WARNING: This episode contains spoilers!

Bonesaw Comiccast – Episode 4: Will Smith’s Supermantastic Suicidal Ant-Venture (and Daredevil)

The boys are back in town for a long overdue installment of the Bonesaw Comiccast. Fresh off of the heels of this year’s San Diego Comic Con, Chris and Jon sound off on new trailers for Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad. They also discuss Marvel’s Ant Man Daredevil along with other nonsensical banter.


Bonesaw Podcast – Episode 16: E. B. Phillips


This time around we take a look at underground New York Rapper E. B. Phillips. Phillips is a humble, down to earth character who brings us into his world discussing his roots, love for comic books, and a whole lot more. The featured song is “Third Eye” from Phillip’s album “Visions” which can be streamed and purchased at ebphillipshiphop.bandcamp.com.

Bonesaw Comiccast – Episode 1: Marveling at Batfleck’s Dragon Balls

Celebrating the release of Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron, we at The Bonesaw are proud to present to you The Bonesaw Comiccast.

In our first episode, join hosts Chris Butera and Jonathan Schorr as they discuss Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Avengers, Dragon Ball, and a whole lot more.

Trailer Feedback: Ant-Man

Paul Rudd looks like a surprisingly good choice for Ant-Man; a secondary Marvel hero that you may or may not know of.

If you fall into the latter category, Ant-Man was originally a scientist named Hank Pym who created a substance called “Pym Particles” that allowed him to change size at will. Pym also invented a helmet that could control ants. Scott Lang became the second Ant-Man after stealing the suit from Pym to save his daughter’s life. However, Pym was not vengeful and in fact encouraged Lang to take up the mantle, effectively reforming him from criminal to hero. Later, low-level S.H.I.E.L.D. employee Eric O’Grady stumbles upon the Ant-Man costume at S.H.I.E.L.D.’s headquarters and dons the persona – but is not the nicest guy in the world and almost destroys Ant-Man’s reputation completely.

Fortunately, we’re getting Lang’s redemption story for the feature film. We see Rudd (as Lang) being arrested, being asked by Pym (played by Michael Douglas) to become Ant-Man, and showing affection for his daughter. Effective development in 30 seconds.

Let’s not forget the sweet Ant-Man suit.

We also get  nice shots of Ant-Man shrinking down, roughing up some bad guys and flying on a bug.

Ant-Man looks like it could surprise us as much as Guardians of the Galaxy did last year.