We are the ill intent
For the end of Daredevil Season 1, Joshua and Lani mourn Wesley, celebrate Matt’s new suit, and appreciate the evil badassery that is Wilson Fisk. And we’re also really glad that we survived being even this close to Karen Page because not many people walk away from her while still breathing.
Technically, we paid someone else to shoot him.
Things get grim ‘n gritty for Joshua and Lani as they finally learn the Four Color Facts that led to the dark approach Netflix took with Daredevil. It’s yet more daddy issues, a little gay panic in your flashbacks, and a Handful of ninjas.
We want to carve something beautiful out of the city’s ugliness…set free its potential.
For this set of Daredevil episodes, Joshua and Lani discuss Daredevil in the 70s, yet more daddy issues, and how everybody in Hell’s Kitchen is having a bad romance.
We got the devil in us. And sometimes we let him out.
For our first look at Daredevil, Joshua and Lani discuss the earliest days of Daredevil comics and how they don’t look a thing like the Netflix series. They also delve into the morally gray and complex themes of Noir storytelling and its effects on superhero storytelling.
Wondering what episodes or movies you need to watch to keep up with the Chipperish schedule? Wonder no more! Here it all is!
We bring the noise and the funk wherever I go.
For the big wrap up to the first season of Agents of SHIELD, Joshua and Lani discuss one of Marvel’s most unfortunately named c-listers, wonder where May’s mother is, and discuss in detail if the Agents managed to stick the landing.
If we come out, will you shoot us? ‘Cause then we won’t come out.
At last Joshua and Lani have reached the Agents of SHIELD we’ve all been waiting for! Evil Ward, Interesting Skye, Rededicated May, and Hard Charging Coulson! Does Joshua finally like it? Listen and find out.
We do what Captain America does, only slower.
In this week’s episode, Joshua and Lani discuss one of the best films in the MCU and one of the greatest game changers in film history. Things get philosophical while remaining personal as they discuss the ethics of SHIELD, the power of connection, and how damn near everybody has a crush on Steve Rogers, including your hosts.
Use these tag rounds if you need to track a fleeing vehicle. Or a wild monkey. It’s all about Asgardian warrior women and standard-issue betrayal as season 1 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. heats up with “Yes, Men” and “The End of the Beginning.” (S1.15-16)