The MCU Crew is a new weekly show where itmeJP and co-hosts: Jesse Cox, and ThatBronzeGirl go deep in to their love of Marvel from comics, television, and of course movies! There will be spicy reactions, there will be hot takes, and there will probably be sweaty tears!
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We learn everyone's tolerance to the sun, Hollywood & Super Heroes on this week's MCU Crew! We also get Skrulls on the TV, Aubrey Plaza, how Marvel keeps a secret and eventually our thoughts on the first episode of Secret Invasion! All that and more!... more
JP is 19 days into a sub-a-thon on twitch and the only thing on his mind is Kraven the Hunter, because a new Sony Cinematic Universe trailer just dropped! But first we dig into the Secret Invasion reviews, which seem... Interesting, MCU delays, the r... more
Jesse is very excited for SawCon and we take a look at all the announcements coming out of it! JP has been out of the loop on current events including aliens, and the cast reveal for Captain America 4! Then finally Jesse and Bronze have seen the new ... more
The lady on this podcast is weirdly driven by race, brings up race in so many situations where it doesnt apply, refers to the host by their race and honestly is just a downer in general because of it. Its such a shame, she has so much knowledge about the universe this podcast discusses, and instead she wants to yell about colonizers in 2023. Its honestly the only reason I dont listen more. If JP could just talk to her and get her to drop that stuff when its not appropriate it would really help t... more
Started listening to this after I exhausted all other MCU podcast episodes. These three talk for hours about Street Fighter, all sorts of food, and anything else tangentially related. But when they are trying to remember the order that all FOUR MCU movies came out in 2021…they all had to Google it…maybe you should know anything (ANYTHING) about the MCU before you create a podcast. It’s cool that you there just love to talk. But it’s just a waste of time for the rest of us.
If you hate the MCU, this is the podcast for you, these guys hate it too. Really behind on the news, constantly talk about subjects, the rest of us, stop talking about months ago.
I’m only 13 episodes in and it’s already the best MCU related podcast I’ve listened to thus far. The crew are very knowledgeable but irreverent enough to make it accessible regardless of your level of MCU obsession. If you’re interested in good discussions, humour, merch talk and random topic diversions, then give this a go.
Im a huge Marvel nerd, love listening to these guys talk through episodes and rumors, theories. Hours fly by. You guys are awesome!
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The MCU Crew launched 2 years ago and published 93 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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