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SuPodHeroes with Alex and Jack, the podcast about superhero movies.

Latest Episodes

Krampus

In which Alex and Jack detour to watch the 2015 Christmas dark fantasy comedy horror film Krampus. The SuPodHeroes discuss the elk-horned Krampus aka Santa’s Shadow aka the Anti-Santi, and recall how an ominous grandmother found sustenance in middle management at the Gap. Stick around til the last minute to engage in the classic holiday party game "Answer My Quiz-mas Song Questions."

44 MIN2019 DEC 20
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Krampus

Batman Forever (w/ Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz)

In which Alex and Jack explore the themes of Batman Forever with very special guests Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz, aka Portland's premiere drag kings XXXY, aka improvisers of Rogue, aka two awesome friends. The SuPodHeroes discuss Val Kilmer's rubber butt, Robin's karate laundry, and the alternate reality where Leonardo DiCaprio stars in ten seasons of CBS's hit maritime procedural NCIS. Emily flips the script with the hot new millennial game "Jim Carrey Lines: Batman, Different Movie, or Both?"

83 MIN2019 DEC 5
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Batman Forever (w/ Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz)

Batman (w/ Kyle Kohlman)

In which Alex and Jack invite Kyle Kohlman to join them in a viewing of Tim Buton's 1989 Batman, starring Michael Keaton. The SuPodHeroes put Jack Nicholson's Joker head to head with Joaquin Phoenix, learning Nicholson's Joker dance is disturbing in a completely different way. Kyle performs a spoken work version of Will Smith's Wild Wild West rap. Everything culminates with the discussion and consumption of a rhubarb pie.

65 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Batman (w/ Kyle Kohlman)

Joker (w/ Emma O'Melia)

In which Alex, Jack, and special guest Emma O'Melia watch 2019's rated R blockbuster smash Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. The SuPodHeroes discuss the Joker dance that is sweeping the nation, Emma establishes the new classic cinematic trope "Daddy Doesn't Like Me," and Jack explains why he is more creeped out by Meet The Parents than Joker. Jack challenges Alex and Emma to the insanely popular party game, "Is This A Joker's Laugh?"

65 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Joker (w/ Emma O'Melia)

First & Last: Smallville

In which Alex and Jack watch the first and last episodes of the Superman-as-a-teen tv series Smallville. The SuPodHeroes try (and fail) to determine what happened in the 215 episodes between the pilot and the finale. Alex describes a tear-worthy hand-holding close-up, and Jack explains how to recycle a trash can.

75 MIN2019 AUG 30
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First & Last: Smallville

Sky High

In which Alex and Jack watch the 2005 superhero high school movie Sky High. The SuPodHeroes discuss the logistics of a raygun that turns people into babies, list their favorite obscure superpowers, and debate if Kurt Russell is Willem Da-Phoning it in. Alex clarifies King Kamehameha's role in Hawaiian history and Jack explains the similarities between Los Angeles and the second Hobbit film.

54 MIN2019 AUG 17
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Sky High

The Mask

In which Alex and Jack watch the 1994 Jim Carrey classic, The Mask. Is it a superhero movie? Sure, why not. The SuPodHeroes talk microphone-swinging etiquette, The Mask's nebulous, cartoonish superpowers, and make plans for a 10-year reunion for no reason at all. Jack facilitates the famous party game "Is This a Line from The Mask or Some Other Movie?" and Alex makes a dynamite Cher pun.

61 MIN2019 AUG 1
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The Mask

Spider-Man: Far From Home

In which Alex and Jack watch the new Spider-Man movie. The SuPodHeroes discuss the boyish charm of Jake Villain-haal as Mysterio, and how much the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards loved Meryl Streep in The Post (a lot). Alex sings a chorus from the famous Jahn Maher song "Your Body Is a Temple" and uses a microphone cable as a monacle, Jack temporarily replaces the Kombucha Jingle with the Blueberry Nom Nom, and we hear the debut of the new Shout Out theme song(s).

63 MIN2019 JUL 20
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Spider-Man: Far From Home

Super Buddies (w/ Matt Tominaga)

This episode is based on a true story, in which Alex and Jack are joined by dear friend Matt Tominaga to watch Super Buddies, the final installment of the Air Bud franchise. They decide which Super Buddy they identify with after an in-depth review of each puppy's superpowers, they try to understand why Zendaya and Colin Hanks are in the movie, and Matt leads the SuPodHeroes through a round of the famous Price-Is-Right-style party game "Guess How Much It Costs to Rent a Porta-Potty."

74 MIN2019 JUL 10
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Super Buddies (w/ Matt Tominaga)

Flash Gordon

In which Alex and Jack watch 1980's Flash Gordon and discover that it's not a superhero movie. The Supodheroes discuss the invention of the telepathy phone, Dream-Cast Re-Cast the movie, and debate the merits of shoving your hand in a scorpi-nake nest. Fan's of Jack's portrayal of Brujon in his high school's 2004 production of Les Miserables will be pleased to hear yet another dramatic staged performance of his most-famous (and only) line. To top it all off, Alex leads a round of the classic party game "Flash Gordon or Flash Your Gourd on Camera?"

61 MIN2019 JUN 21
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Flash Gordon

Latest Episodes

Krampus

In which Alex and Jack detour to watch the 2015 Christmas dark fantasy comedy horror film Krampus. The SuPodHeroes discuss the elk-horned Krampus aka Santa’s Shadow aka the Anti-Santi, and recall how an ominous grandmother found sustenance in middle management at the Gap. Stick around til the last minute to engage in the classic holiday party game "Answer My Quiz-mas Song Questions."

44 MIN2019 DEC 20
Comments
Krampus

Batman Forever (w/ Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz)

In which Alex and Jack explore the themes of Batman Forever with very special guests Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz, aka Portland's premiere drag kings XXXY, aka improvisers of Rogue, aka two awesome friends. The SuPodHeroes discuss Val Kilmer's rubber butt, Robin's karate laundry, and the alternate reality where Leonardo DiCaprio stars in ten seasons of CBS's hit maritime procedural NCIS. Emily flips the script with the hot new millennial game "Jim Carrey Lines: Batman, Different Movie, or Both?"

83 MIN2019 DEC 5
Comments
Batman Forever (w/ Emily Larkin and SJ Santa Cruz)

Batman (w/ Kyle Kohlman)

In which Alex and Jack invite Kyle Kohlman to join them in a viewing of Tim Buton's 1989 Batman, starring Michael Keaton. The SuPodHeroes put Jack Nicholson's Joker head to head with Joaquin Phoenix, learning Nicholson's Joker dance is disturbing in a completely different way. Kyle performs a spoken work version of Will Smith's Wild Wild West rap. Everything culminates with the discussion and consumption of a rhubarb pie.

65 MIN2019 NOV 22
Comments
Batman (w/ Kyle Kohlman)

Joker (w/ Emma O'Melia)

In which Alex, Jack, and special guest Emma O'Melia watch 2019's rated R blockbuster smash Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix. The SuPodHeroes discuss the Joker dance that is sweeping the nation, Emma establishes the new classic cinematic trope "Daddy Doesn't Like Me," and Jack explains why he is more creeped out by Meet The Parents than Joker. Jack challenges Alex and Emma to the insanely popular party game, "Is This A Joker's Laugh?"

65 MIN2019 NOV 8
Comments
Joker (w/ Emma O'Melia)

First & Last: Smallville

In which Alex and Jack watch the first and last episodes of the Superman-as-a-teen tv series Smallville. The SuPodHeroes try (and fail) to determine what happened in the 215 episodes between the pilot and the finale. Alex describes a tear-worthy hand-holding close-up, and Jack explains how to recycle a trash can.

75 MIN2019 AUG 30
Comments
First & Last: Smallville

Sky High

In which Alex and Jack watch the 2005 superhero high school movie Sky High. The SuPodHeroes discuss the logistics of a raygun that turns people into babies, list their favorite obscure superpowers, and debate if Kurt Russell is Willem Da-Phoning it in. Alex clarifies King Kamehameha's role in Hawaiian history and Jack explains the similarities between Los Angeles and the second Hobbit film.

54 MIN2019 AUG 17
Comments
Sky High

The Mask

In which Alex and Jack watch the 1994 Jim Carrey classic, The Mask. Is it a superhero movie? Sure, why not. The SuPodHeroes talk microphone-swinging etiquette, The Mask's nebulous, cartoonish superpowers, and make plans for a 10-year reunion for no reason at all. Jack facilitates the famous party game "Is This a Line from The Mask or Some Other Movie?" and Alex makes a dynamite Cher pun.

61 MIN2019 AUG 1
Comments
The Mask

Spider-Man: Far From Home

In which Alex and Jack watch the new Spider-Man movie. The SuPodHeroes discuss the boyish charm of Jake Villain-haal as Mysterio, and how much the Nickelodeon Kid's Choice Awards loved Meryl Streep in The Post (a lot). Alex sings a chorus from the famous Jahn Maher song "Your Body Is a Temple" and uses a microphone cable as a monacle, Jack temporarily replaces the Kombucha Jingle with the Blueberry Nom Nom, and we hear the debut of the new Shout Out theme song(s).

63 MIN2019 JUL 20
Comments
Spider-Man: Far From Home

Super Buddies (w/ Matt Tominaga)

This episode is based on a true story, in which Alex and Jack are joined by dear friend Matt Tominaga to watch Super Buddies, the final installment of the Air Bud franchise. They decide which Super Buddy they identify with after an in-depth review of each puppy's superpowers, they try to understand why Zendaya and Colin Hanks are in the movie, and Matt leads the SuPodHeroes through a round of the famous Price-Is-Right-style party game "Guess How Much It Costs to Rent a Porta-Potty."

74 MIN2019 JUL 10
Comments
Super Buddies (w/ Matt Tominaga)

Flash Gordon

In which Alex and Jack watch 1980's Flash Gordon and discover that it's not a superhero movie. The Supodheroes discuss the invention of the telepathy phone, Dream-Cast Re-Cast the movie, and debate the merits of shoving your hand in a scorpi-nake nest. Fan's of Jack's portrayal of Brujon in his high school's 2004 production of Les Miserables will be pleased to hear yet another dramatic staged performance of his most-famous (and only) line. To top it all off, Alex leads a round of the classic party game "Flash Gordon or Flash Your Gourd on Camera?"

61 MIN2019 JUN 21
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Flash Gordon
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