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F*ck Mondays! Episode 21: Bada Boom! Realest Suicide Squad Review in the Room!

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Fresh out of the movies, Chris and Jon review Suicide Squad in the most unbiased way possible. Jon cuts a WWE-style promo on bogus critics.

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F*ck Mondays! Episode 20: The Killing Joke

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After months of anticipation, the boys finally discuss the most awaited animated full-length feature DC Comics has to offer – “Batman: The Killing Joke.”

F*ck Mondays! Episode 19: SDCC 2016

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This year’s San Deigo Comic Con has come and gone with unbelievable news from the Marvel, Netflix and DC camps as well as some non-con surprises. Chris, Jon and their high school homie Daniel Kagan join forces to shoot on the mother of all conventions.

 

F*ck Mondays! Episode 15: The Marvel, The DC, The Kobe

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Chris and Jon give Kobe Bryant props on a career well done, give Steph Curry virtual high fives on breaking his own 3-point record and the death sentence to the New York Rangers following Henrik Lundqvist’s eye injury.

On this episode, they predict the NBA and NHL playoffs, discuss the UFC 200 card and ramble onĀ aboutĀ the latest Marvel and DC trailers and shows.

F*ck Mondays! Episode 12: Superhero Hype Machine Happy Fun Time

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Chris and Jon check out Key & Peele’s latest movie “Keanu,” respond to the new Captain America and Daredevil trailers and more.

F*ck Mondays! Episode 9: Chris’s Dad Hates Star Wars

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Chris’s dad calls in and boy is he unhappy with Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Apart from Dad’s airing of grievances, the boys chat about the new Suicide Squad poster, Netflix’s plans for Marvel’s Jessica Jones and The Punisher, Funko’s latest subscription box and a whole lot more.

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.

WARNING: SPOILERS

Trailer Feedback: Suicide Squad

Last week Warner Brothers Pictures and DC Comics turned heads at San Diego Comic Con when the highly anticipated “Suicide Squad” trailer was revealed to the public.

We are invited to the journey over filet mignon as Amanda Waller (Viola Davis) vaguely discusses her secret government agency A.R.G.U.S’s plans while giving us a brief history of what the Suicide Squad typically is; a random collection of super villains serving as pawns for a covert mission.

Upon Waller’s words we are slowly introduced to the criminals compromising the team with the focus being on Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and Deadshot (Will Smith).

While there’s not much dialogue going on after the first third, we see enough action and twists that give us plenty inclination of what to expect next summer.

Throughout the trailer, there are snippets of singer Becky Hanson’s remixed cover version of the Bee Gees 1968 top-10 hit “I Started A Joke” playing in the background – an obvious foreshadowing of what we’ve all been waiting for.

Enter Jared Leto’s Joker, who’s seems to bring his own unique brand of sinister to the character on the big screen.

All we need to hear is that giant, menacing belly-laugh of his and we’re convinced.

Jared Leto’s Joker Revealed

It’s amazing what a little studio magic can do to a person.

In honor of “The Clown Prince of Crime’s” 75th birthday, director David Ayer gave everyone the big reveal yesterday as to what actor Jared Leto (Fight Club) will look like as The Joker in the upcoming Suicide Squad film.

White as a ghost, covered in tattoos, and a lone, purple glove (Michael Jackson anyone?). Of course, Leto keeps the lyric true; fully dressing himself with that deranged, Joker smile we all know and love.

In the immortal words of Darth Vader, “Impressive…most impressive.”

With teasers all month using the “WhereIsJared” and “SuicideSquad” hashtags, Ayer cleverly built global suspense before giving the people what they wanted. It’s safe to say no one was expecting anything this awesome or unique.

In addition to Will Smith announcing his role as Deadshot, Suicide Squad looks to be one of the biggest blockbusters we’ve seen in a long time. With Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron and Ant Man poised to take this summer’s proverbial cake, it’s almost a given that DC will be taking a larger one next year.

Unless Deadpool has anything to say about it (he always does).