Craig, Ryan, and Todd sit down and … *kind of* talk about a variety of subjects, including Dr. Strange In the Multiverse of Madness, the upcoming Kenobi series, and sequels. In reality, they just end up using those topics to explore their own psyches for an hour. But that’s pretty normal by now.

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  1. Taras Coolidge

    The discussion suddenly jumping from the Marvel universe to the Star Wars universe tends to bring out just how flat the characters are, in the latter.

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  2. Taras Coolidge

    The guys seem to have overlooked the character arc of Doctor Strange in the new movie.

    He realizes that the horrible decisions made by other versions of himself in the multiverse are decisions he could very easily have made, in similar circumstances.

    In particular, watching “himself”, over and over, trying to murder a young girl for the greater good, was so ugly to him that, in the end, even when the girl accepts the necessity herself, he can’t do it.

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  3. Taras Coolidge

    The guys also talk about how each new iteration of Spider-Man in the movies throws away everything that happened before.

    They apparently forgot that, in the latest Spider-Man movie, we got to meet those earlier iterations, conceived of as continuing to exist in other corners of the Multiverse.

    Inadvertently, the new Spider-Man movie revealed what a pallid presence the actor playing the current iteration really is, compared to the better actors who essayed the role previously.


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