In the premiere episode of Navigating the Multiverse, Nick Jobe and Jason Soto talk introduce themselves and their Marvel knowledge. The guys then introduce the format by talking new trailers for The Eternals and Spider-Man: No Way Home, discussing Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, and wrapping it up with getting into theContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #1: Your Marvel Is A Zombie Movie”
We’re back with our second episode where we cover the new Hawkeye trailer, introduce a new segment we call Contenders (where we pit Marvel characters against each other and talk about who would win), and discuss the latest What If episodes on Killmonger and Party Thor.
In this episode, Nick and Jason discuss Venom: Let There Be Carnage and the final two episodes of Marvel’s What If…?. They also ask plenty of questions, like “Is everything canon now?,” “Did the MCU just back itself into a corner?,” “What ISN’T going to be in Spider-Man: No Way Home?,” “What if… women’s dressesContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #3: Even Mark Wahlberg Is Canon”
Nick and Jason take a break from the MCU (maybe? You never know) and check out the wonderfully awful 1990 environmental act propaganda film, Captain America (which strangely has little to do with the environment) before going into the first two episodes of the Disney+ show, Falcon and the Winter Soldier. One of these things,Continue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #4: #NotMyCaptainAmerica”
Trigger Warning: If anything about abortions triggers you, please do not listen to this episode. Jason and Nick dive into the latest MCU experience, Eternals, and have quite a bit to say about it. The majority of this runtime is Eternals talk, and there are spoilers ahoy, so beware. There is also a brief talkContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #5: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut”
With the Disney+ Day announcements and the No Way Home trailer, Nick and Jason have a lot to talk about. Seriously. Trailer talk takes over the episode and doesn’t finish for the first 55 minutes of the show. Then there’s a brief round of Contenders, where the guys randomly choose 3 sets of Marvel characterContinue reading “Navigating the Multiverse #6: Trained by Harvey Weinstein”
Is No Way Home the only movie out there right now? Is Black Widow (the movie) too little too late or has it been unfairly maligned? Is Hawkeye actually good (or at least better than Falcon and the Winter Soldier)? Nick and Jason look into those questions this week (and the short answers are no,Continue reading “Navigating the Multiverse #7: When The Shield Hits The Skull”
SPOILERS. Just a head’s up, this podcast is full of them. In the film that turns Peter from a Spider-Boy and into a Spider-Man, we finally have No Way Home! We talk for nearly 2 hours on the film alone before a (thankfully much briefer) discussion on episodes 4 and 5 of Hawkeye. Join NickContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #8: Definitely Better Than Eternals”
Spoilers… for practically all of 2021. Nick and Jason talk the Hawkeye finale (while somehow forgetting to discuss the climax?) before getting into their Top 10 Marvel 2021 releases. To make it an extra special New Year Episode, the guys also started the Netflix Daredevil show. It’s a jam-packed episode with lots of opinions, lotsContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #9: Hey, I Got That Reference!”
Remember when we did that bizarre, old Captain America movie? It’s time to do something like that again. Nick and Jason hop right in on the new Moon Knight trailer before getting into the 1977 made-for-TV Spider-Man film that acted as a pilot for the short-lived live-action TV show starring Nicholas Hammond (where were youContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #10: We Stand With Stan”
It’s time for another episode of everybody’s favorite What If battles, Contenders, including the People’s Votes from the Rabbit Hole Podcast Facebook Page (we also probably say that way too much. Maybe we should change our name to Navigating the Plugs and RunPee Podcast.) Jason continues to have trouble with names. And the guys coverContinue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #11: We Smash Names and Take Skulls”
The guys give another raincheck to the Daredevil movie, but we still finish off Season 1 of the show first. There’s also some talk of Superbowl trailers in the form of a brief Moon Knight ad and, of course… the Multiverse of Madness trailer, which we get all into.
After a brief talk on Morbius, Nick and Jason get into Avengers: Age of Ultron and WandaVision 1-3. How many names can they both forget and/or butcher today?
Yeah, you read that right. We’re peeking into another multiverse for a minute. But we’re also introducing a new format to the show, which includes a discussion on Morbius news and what is quite possibly the single greatest round of Contenders, before going into the new DC flick.
This week, after another quick round of Contenders, Nick explains to Jason the wonder that is the 1978 TV Movie version of Dr. Strange… that may or may not be as bad as you think it’d be. Also, Jason may or may not be paying full attention. And Nick has a few technical difficulties. Overall,Continue reading “Navigating The Multiverse #15: Dr. Strange (1978 TV Movie)”
The guys talk about the Thor 4 teaser trailer about 10 times longer than it actually is, get into a really complicated round of Contenders, and then discuss the first MCU Dr. Strange movie and how it could lead into Multiverse of Madness.
Buckle your seatbelts, because this is a long one. This is the one where we actually navigate the multiverse… kind of. After a brief Contenders, it’s time for Dr. Strange 2 (total spoilers!).
This is a pretty wild episode. Nick and Jason discuss both the full She-Hulk and Thor 4 trailers, make a Contenders announcement, and butt heads over Moon Knight. It’s chaotic, and Nick definitely has some words for Jason as the show goes on.
Hosted by Nick Jobe and Jason Soto. A deep dive into all the Marvel films, Disney+ shows, and anything else in between.