Your intrepid host runs into the Dreaded Deadline Doom and has to tag in his sometime replacement Derek Coward, who finds a way to make at least two factual errors in less than two minutes. Regardless of that bout of idiocy, Derek plays an entire Movie Noise episode where he reviews The Guardians of The Galaxy with his long suffering children. Then Steve and Kevin rescue the episode with a talk about classic Guardians of the Galaxy.
Steve and Gerry finish up their talk about Jim Valentino’s Guardians of the Galaxy while our host brings up Original Sins, Ms. Marvel, Silver Surfer, Uncanny X-Men, All-New X-Men, and the Amazing Spider-Man.
Steve and Andrew cover Marvel Super-Special #1-41 while our host (quietly) praises Captain America, All-New Invaders, Moon Knight, Iron Fist: The Living Weapon, Deadly Hands of Kung-Fu, and The Punisher.
Steve, Kevin, and Andrew give the (Dare)devil his due covering 50 years of the the Man Without Fear while our host doesn’t comes nowhere near a point.
Steve, Kevin, and Andrew cover X-Men 11-19 (MMW vol.2) and are interrupted by tornado warning! Our host discusses various books including the Avengers titles.
It’s Raker’s Raiders! And the guys are back to talk about some more Marvel.NOW first issues like All-New Ghost Rider, Daredevil, Silver Surfer, Inhuman, Iron Patriot, Captain America – Homecoming, and more! While our host mentions Moon Knight, Silver Surfer, Iron Patriot, and Winter Soldier: The Bitter March.
Steve and co. talk some Marvel.NOW issues while our host brings up the All-New Ghost Rider, Daredevil, Wolverine and the X-Men, and the All-New Invaders
Steve is joined by Kevin and Andrew where they talk about X-Men in the form of Marvel Masterworks and our host gives his feelings (because “thoughts” is being generous) on The Trial of Jean Grey.
Andrew, Kevin, Phil, and Steve discuss She-Hulk, Fantastic Four, Winter Soldier: Bitter March, New Warriors, X-Force, and more! While our host doesn’t do much with his ‘reviews’ of The Punisher and Wolverine.
While your regular host is off gallivanting with gallivant-worthy entities, DC takes over the show (not the corporate rivals who own Superman, but the despised Derek Coward, who usually keeps his rambling confined to Comic Book Noise) and introduces a segment by Steve and the guys by insulting a bunch of people while talking about Blade and the inability to make him a big name hero in comics. Fast forward to about nine minutes in to get to the Rakery goodness.