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The King Of Rock Episode – Guest Starring @DMCMakesComics (FanBrosShow)

The King Of Rock

The King Of Rock. If you don’t know who I’m talking about then I don’t think you can call yourself a FanBro anymore. Just go ahead and retire like Spider-Man on the cover of ASM number 50. Throw away your shell toe adidas and act like you’ve never been a fan of Hip-Hop or any form of geek culture for that matter. Hopefully the @DMCMakesComics tag helped out the slow people amongst you but if not tune in as we welcome The King Of Rock himself, Daryl McDaniels of the legendary RUN-DMC. In a surprise visit to the spaceship DMC tells us all about his new graphic novel and why he is moving from the mic to the printed word. He also tells us what comic changed his life and why Sal Buscema should be listed up there with Jack Kirby.
In addition we also break down Vulture’s suspect list of the Top 25 Action Movies since Die Hard, we ask what movies made you cry, and the insanity that you’ve come to know and love. First The Flower Of Life Episode and now the King Of Rock? I don’t know how we are going to top this but in the words of Combat Jack, it don’t stop.

 

TIME CODE

 

INTRO – 19:00 – A lot of random topics between Matt Raz & Chico Leo. No spoilers but topics include Where Is Benhameen and the rest of the gang, as well as The Venom movie, the new American Hustle trailer, and much more.

19:00 – 34:30 – Our surprise special guest invades the studio. Wow.

34:31 – 44:44 – We break down Vulture’s piece.

44:45 – 50:00 – Comics I Copped. No spoilers

50:01 – 57:00 – Chico’s Netflix Pic of The Week

57:00 -END – Stuff happens. Shouts to FanBros Originals.

QUESTIONS OF THE WEEK:

1. What movie made you cry? Like a baby?

2. What movies did you think got left off the Vulture list?

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  • 1. I’m a dog lover, so this scene from Air Bud (which came out in theaters on my tenth birthday) f*cked me up something serious: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i2fkzL8pauM The Iron Giant destroyed me as well… 🙁
    2. The Town, Ip Man, The Raid: Redemption, and The Avengers, ought to be in there. And though I’m not a fan of the series, shouldn’t some Fast and Furious flicks be in there too?

  • The legendary DMC nuff’ said. I’m at work looking for some decent reception to stream this.

  • Izzy G

    Ultraviolet was a good movie action wise. Fifth Element maybe. X-men 2. The Matrix Reloaded should have definitely been on the list.

    • I consider fifth element scifi but I’d put it on the list.

  • Samantha F.

    What a fun show this week! It’s was great to see the return of the Masked Curmudgeon and I never knew DMC was such a comic fan. Kind of makes you wonder what he would have done if he had chose comics over hip hop. Then again what would we have done without RunDMC? Anyway, questions of the week:

    1. Don’t judge me, but I cry at inappropriate movies, like The Players Club. But I think I really bawled hard watching The Brave Little Toaster. Yep, a movie about lost household appliances broke me down.

    2. I was surprised that there wasn’t one Will Smith movie on the list. I feel like a stan when I say this, but I feel like he is THE black action hero of the last 20 years (admit it, Denzel) and at least one of his movies should have made it.

    Lastly, thank you so much for the shout out! But since I am in the midst of a “long winded spiel”, let me go into radio silence . . . . .

    • Which will smith movie would be on the list? Bad boys? Men in black?

      • Samantha F.

        I think MIB is the strongest choice only because of the characters, but Independence Day was the movie that, for me, really built the brand for not only Will Smith, but that kind of action film with obligatory pop song marketing the dominated the next five years in summer blockbusters. And I think it was the Will Smith’s first foray into alien/sci-if movies which have really defined every era of his career outside of the his bio pics and 7lbs.

      • Samantha F.

        So many typos. Fat fingers on iPhones suck!

        • I forgot about Independence Day I also think I am legend could be considered action.

          • Samantha F.

            It might be considered actions, but you wait quite the while for it. It’s probably more of a suspense film. I saw were one of your top 5’s was True Lies. That is probably the best movie Arnold S. every made. It maybe wasn’t the hardest, but he was his most likeable in this film and he and Jamie Lee Curtis had excellent chemistry. It’s one of those movies that no matter what point the film is at, if I am guide searching and I see it’s playing, I am gonna tune in. Now that is a fun list idea: movies you will always watch at any point. Shawshank Redemption is the only other movie I can think of right now that I do that with, but yeah, True Lies is one of my all time favorites.

          • Movies I’ll always watch I I’m flipping through the channels are terminator 2 and any rocky movie. I’ve only seen shawshank redemption once but I recognize its greatness.

  • My top 5 action movies since die hard are

    1. Terminator 2
    2. Die hard with a vengeance
    3. Blade
    4. True lies
    5. The matrix

    It’s hard to think of good action movies without mentioning commando and predator which are classics. And the movie that made me cry was recently when I saw warriors and toy story.

  • Anonymous

    Why does it take so long for the new eps to go up on i tunes?

    • DJ BenHaMeen

      because we hate our listeners.

  • Alex R

    I cried at the end of the Pokemon movie when Ash dies during Mew and Mewtwo’s final battle. Pikachu tries to bring Ash back to life by using it’s thunder shock but is unsuccessful.

    • I remember this my little brother was heavy into Pokemon.

    • I guess im a mark cause that made me sad too…the first pokemon movie. lol!