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The Brothers Marvel is a podcast that takes an issue-by-issue look at the classic stories of the Marvel Universe from the very beginning in 1962 .

Latest Episodes

Ep. 100: "I love the power of chest expansion!"

Who would have guessed that the first appearance of the Green Goblin involved him tricking Spider-Man into fighting three mob enforcers... in a cave... in New Mexico? Stan Lee and Steve Ditko trick yet another superhero into filming a fake movie in July 1964, and 56 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 100th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Amazing Spider-Man No. 14, featuring the trunk of a tank, why you should #HireTheUndead, the “power” of chest expansion, which Beatle would play the best Spider-Man and the Green Goblin’s famous flying broomstick. Also, be sure to follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

43 MINMAR 4
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Ep. 100: "I love the power of chest expansion!"

Ep. 99: “Professor X’s Uncanny Interns!!”

The Mad Thinker knows when a monkey will commit arson, but not that the Puppet Master is clumsy? Stan Lee and Jack Kirby force yet another cameo upon the Fantastic Four in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 99th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four No. 28, featuring the perfect Taco Bell items to represent the Fantastic Four, pure disgust for the nickname, “The Fan Four,” Reed Richards once again becomes a ball and an uneventful trip to strictly Nowheresville, daddy-o. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

40 MINFEB 13
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Ep. 99: “Professor X’s Uncanny Interns!!”

Ep. 98: "What are you wearing? You need to be a lawyer now!"

Ain't no rest for the man without fear. Stan Lee and Joe Orlando set the precedent of a sleepless Matt Murdock in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 98th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Daredevil No. 2, featuring Matt's non-existent sleep schedule, Reed Richards' questionable choice of legal representation, the increasingly vague powers of Shooty Lightning Man and some high-stakes counting while dangling from a helicopter. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

43 MIN2019 SEP 18
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Ep. 98: "What are you wearing? You need to be a lawyer now!"

Ep. 97: "By the power of the Vishanti, get your ass out of my house"

Sour dreams are made of this. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko trapped the Master of the Mystic Arts in the Nightmare World in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 97th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Strange Tales No. 122, featuring a trippy return to the Nightmare World, a discussion of frightening Flintsones dreams, the unfortunately named Golgol and too many musings on James Bond. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

28 MIN2019 AUG 20
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Ep. 97: "By the power of the Vishanti, get your ass out of my house"

Ep. 96: "Would it have been so hard to have him fight a giant squid?"

Reed Richards is horny and mad as hell. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby made everything hotter under the water by pitting the lovestruck Namor against Reed Richards in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 96th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four No. 27, featuring all the Little Mermaid lyrics we could remember, the cruel death of Namor's shag carpet, an extreme lack of giant squids and the age old question, "Where are the tuna ribs?" Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

37 MIN2019 AUG 15
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Ep. 96: "Would it have been so hard to have him fight a giant squid?"

Ep. 95: "Doctor Strange, help, my refrigerator's running"

Doctor Strange gets crank called. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko sent the Master of the Mystic Arts into the much-too-silly setting of a wax museum in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 95th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Strange Tales No. 121, featuring the runaway Fridge of Fornicus, the Tick Tocks of Tick Tockington, the Endgame of the Elvis-verse, the must-see battle between wax Hillary Clinton and wax Gene Simmons and the surefire Broadway hit that would be Stop The Planet Of The Apes I Want To Get Off. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

24 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Ep. 95: "Doctor Strange, help, my refrigerator's running"

Ep. 94: "Who knew that The Clapper was more powerful than one of the Mandarin's rings?"

One ring creates darkness, another turns the lights off. The Mandarin's rings are soon to be made obsolete by The Clapper. Stan Lee and Don Heck sent Iron Man back into the dangerous clutches of the Mandarin in June and July of 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 94th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Tales Of Suspense Nos. 55 and 55, featuring the innumerable costume changes of Iron Man, the Mandarin's questionable skills as a swordsman, the misleading name of the Blacklight Beam, a laughing wolf, a proposal for a crank-powered Iron Man suit and "better luck next time, Mandy." Also be sure follow us on Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site brothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud!

41 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Ep. 94: "Who knew that The Clapper was more powerful than one of the Mandarin's rings?"

Ep. 93: "Baron Zemo has a taste for paste as well"

Who knew glue would play such a major role in the Marvel Universe? Stan Lee and Jack Kirby terrorized the Big Apple with Adhesive X in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 93rd episode of The Brothers Marvel, in which we discuss Avengers No. 6, featuring the stickiest man in Nazi Germany, Iron Man driving a truck for some reason, one of the most unlikely super villain cameos of all time and the heretofore unknown black ops abilities of Rick Jones and the terrible Teen Brigade. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

51 MIN2019 JUL 9
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Ep. 93: "Baron Zemo has a taste for paste as well"

Ep. 92: "Captain America needs some better friends"

Time for the Avengers to kick some lava ass! Stan Lee and Jack Kirby threatened the planet with a lava men invasion in May 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 92nd episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Avengers No. 5, featuring Captain America's teenage chums, the iconic Avengers-copter, Thor wading neck-deep into lava, the cinderization process, Gi-Ant Man's use of a Gi-Ant Fan, the reappearance of the pest that is the Hulk and why you should never watch Chicken Little. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

52 MIN2019 JUN 22
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Ep. 92: "Captain America needs some better friends"

Ep. 91: "Eventually, the Avengers take over"

The Avengers crash the World's Greatest Comic Magazine! And argue about who has jurisdiction over the Hulk. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby gave us the titanic clash between the Thing and the Hulk before engineering a Fantastic Four-Avengers team up of sorts in April and May of 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 91st episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four Nos. 25 and 26, featuring the Hulk hitching a ride in a truck, world-renowned scientist Bob (?) Banner, Reed Richards' unexplained death, the incredibly effective Hulk-defeating methods of the Yancy Street Gang, Johnny Storm's worthlessness, Johnny Storm's asbestos pajamas, Captain America fighting (and kind of beating) the Hulk, what the Wasp should have done with Rick Jones' "gamma pill" and the Thing's huge, rocky heart. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and ...

67 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Ep. 91: "Eventually, the Avengers take over"

Latest Episodes

Ep. 100: "I love the power of chest expansion!"

Who would have guessed that the first appearance of the Green Goblin involved him tricking Spider-Man into fighting three mob enforcers... in a cave... in New Mexico? Stan Lee and Steve Ditko trick yet another superhero into filming a fake movie in July 1964, and 56 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 100th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Amazing Spider-Man No. 14, featuring the trunk of a tank, why you should #HireTheUndead, the “power” of chest expansion, which Beatle would play the best Spider-Man and the Green Goblin’s famous flying broomstick. Also, be sure to follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

43 MINMAR 4
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Ep. 100: "I love the power of chest expansion!"

Ep. 99: “Professor X’s Uncanny Interns!!”

The Mad Thinker knows when a monkey will commit arson, but not that the Puppet Master is clumsy? Stan Lee and Jack Kirby force yet another cameo upon the Fantastic Four in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 99th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four No. 28, featuring the perfect Taco Bell items to represent the Fantastic Four, pure disgust for the nickname, “The Fan Four,” Reed Richards once again becomes a ball and an uneventful trip to strictly Nowheresville, daddy-o. Also be sure to follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

40 MINFEB 13
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Ep. 99: “Professor X’s Uncanny Interns!!”

Ep. 98: "What are you wearing? You need to be a lawyer now!"

Ain't no rest for the man without fear. Stan Lee and Joe Orlando set the precedent of a sleepless Matt Murdock in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 98th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Daredevil No. 2, featuring Matt's non-existent sleep schedule, Reed Richards' questionable choice of legal representation, the increasingly vague powers of Shooty Lightning Man and some high-stakes counting while dangling from a helicopter. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

43 MIN2019 SEP 18
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Ep. 98: "What are you wearing? You need to be a lawyer now!"

Ep. 97: "By the power of the Vishanti, get your ass out of my house"

Sour dreams are made of this. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko trapped the Master of the Mystic Arts in the Nightmare World in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 97th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Strange Tales No. 122, featuring a trippy return to the Nightmare World, a discussion of frightening Flintsones dreams, the unfortunately named Golgol and too many musings on James Bond. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

28 MIN2019 AUG 20
Comments
Ep. 97: "By the power of the Vishanti, get your ass out of my house"

Ep. 96: "Would it have been so hard to have him fight a giant squid?"

Reed Richards is horny and mad as hell. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby made everything hotter under the water by pitting the lovestruck Namor against Reed Richards in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 96th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four No. 27, featuring all the Little Mermaid lyrics we could remember, the cruel death of Namor's shag carpet, an extreme lack of giant squids and the age old question, "Where are the tuna ribs?" Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

37 MIN2019 AUG 15
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Ep. 96: "Would it have been so hard to have him fight a giant squid?"

Ep. 95: "Doctor Strange, help, my refrigerator's running"

Doctor Strange gets crank called. Stan Lee and Steve Ditko sent the Master of the Mystic Arts into the much-too-silly setting of a wax museum in June 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 95th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Strange Tales No. 121, featuring the runaway Fridge of Fornicus, the Tick Tocks of Tick Tockington, the Endgame of the Elvis-verse, the must-see battle between wax Hillary Clinton and wax Gene Simmons and the surefire Broadway hit that would be Stop The Planet Of The Apes I Want To Get Off. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

24 MIN2019 AUG 7
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Ep. 95: "Doctor Strange, help, my refrigerator's running"

Ep. 94: "Who knew that The Clapper was more powerful than one of the Mandarin's rings?"

One ring creates darkness, another turns the lights off. The Mandarin's rings are soon to be made obsolete by The Clapper. Stan Lee and Don Heck sent Iron Man back into the dangerous clutches of the Mandarin in June and July of 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 94th episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Tales Of Suspense Nos. 55 and 55, featuring the innumerable costume changes of Iron Man, the Mandarin's questionable skills as a swordsman, the misleading name of the Blacklight Beam, a laughing wolf, a proposal for a crank-powered Iron Man suit and "better luck next time, Mandy." Also be sure follow us on Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site brothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Soundcloud!

41 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Ep. 94: "Who knew that The Clapper was more powerful than one of the Mandarin's rings?"

Ep. 93: "Baron Zemo has a taste for paste as well"

Who knew glue would play such a major role in the Marvel Universe? Stan Lee and Jack Kirby terrorized the Big Apple with Adhesive X in July 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 93rd episode of The Brothers Marvel, in which we discuss Avengers No. 6, featuring the stickiest man in Nazi Germany, Iron Man driving a truck for some reason, one of the most unlikely super villain cameos of all time and the heretofore unknown black ops abilities of Rick Jones and the terrible Teen Brigade. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

51 MIN2019 JUL 9
Comments
Ep. 93: "Baron Zemo has a taste for paste as well"

Ep. 92: "Captain America needs some better friends"

Time for the Avengers to kick some lava ass! Stan Lee and Jack Kirby threatened the planet with a lava men invasion in May 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 92nd episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Avengers No. 5, featuring Captain America's teenage chums, the iconic Avengers-copter, Thor wading neck-deep into lava, the cinderization process, Gi-Ant Man's use of a Gi-Ant Fan, the reappearance of the pest that is the Hulk and why you should never watch Chicken Little. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and rate, review and subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play and Soundcloud!

52 MIN2019 JUN 22
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Ep. 92: "Captain America needs some better friends"

Ep. 91: "Eventually, the Avengers take over"

The Avengers crash the World's Greatest Comic Magazine! And argue about who has jurisdiction over the Hulk. Stan Lee and Jack Kirby gave us the titanic clash between the Thing and the Hulk before engineering a Fantastic Four-Avengers team up of sorts in April and May of 1964, and 55 years later, we decided to talk about it. This is the 91st episode of The Brothers Marvel podcast, in which we discuss Fantastic Four Nos. 25 and 26, featuring the Hulk hitching a ride in a truck, world-renowned scientist Bob (?) Banner, Reed Richards' unexplained death, the incredibly effective Hulk-defeating methods of the Yancy Street Gang, Johnny Storm's worthlessness, Johnny Storm's asbestos pajamas, Captain America fighting (and kind of beating) the Hulk, what the Wasp should have done with Rick Jones' "gamma pill" and the Thing's huge, rocky heart. Also be sure follow us on Instagram at @thebrothersmarvel and Twitter at @BrothersMarvel, visit our Wordpress site thebrothersmarvel.wordpress.com and ...

67 MIN2019 JUN 7
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Ep. 91: "Eventually, the Avengers take over"

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