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If you love storytelling, Punch The Timeline is the podcast for you. The PTT Brand features: Uncanny Timeline: Jarrod introduces Julie to the comic books that he loves. Starman Supper Club: Jarrod reviews each issue of the 1994 DC Comic Starman. Punch The Timeline: The original show where Jarrod and friends discuss comics.
 
Super Tuesday isn’t just for politics anymore. Now it represents the day of the week where we get CW’s The Flash and ABC’s Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD back to back. Dpalm and Kriss are here to recap and nerd out about both shows. Join Us. We also cover Arrow & Legends of Tomorrow and Shanna & the Doctor review Supergirl
 
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Kriss and Dpalm wrap up this last season of The Flash. Overall we liked what they did here but there are definitely some moments that felt rushed towards the end. It’s also very clear that they were taking some big themes from the Williamson run. We also talk about the latest in the Ezra Miller saga and just how much of a bind WB is in with the Fla…
 
Jarrod is back with a pitch on why you should read the 1988 Starman book featuring Will Payton. Written by Roger Stern with art by Tom Lyle, the two creators take a new character and place him in the southwestern United States and let him learn to be a hero. Find out what happens to Will Payton when he wakes up after a nap under the stars and finds…
 
We’re back after a little bit of a break to talk about the last two episodes of the Flash. We get the guy that always makes Flash episodes better, Thawne. And this time what’s better than one Thawne? Two Thawnes. I don’t care if Thawne has lost his memory and found love, he’s never to be trusted. Never. On sight. ON SIGHT. There are two more episod…
 
Halo Season 1 was not good. Let’s just get that out of the way right now. This isn’t coming from the perspective of a Halo stan/fan. Objectively, this show was a mess. It had no idea what story it wanted to tell and whenever it got a decent idea of a good story, it would then shuffle off to something no one cared about. Episodes 8 & 9 weren’t bad, …
 
Kriss and Dpalm discuss the last two episodes of the Flash. This season has felt disjointed. The way that things are unfolding don’t make a lot of sense. The show goes from caring about Iris disappearing in episode 15 to opening with a fun D&D game. Then there’s the fact that nobody checked on Caitlyn until the very end of episode 16. And when Barr…
 
After 3 months, the Starman Supper Club has returned! Jarrod is joined by his Spectacular Timeline co-host Devin to review issue #2 of DC Comic’s Starman. Jack Knight has been knocked down, but he’s not giving up yet. (But he will continue to remind himself that he is not Starman.) This issue sees the iconic Starman costume being assembled, a villa…
 
Devin returns after a year, and you know what that means. It’s the first episode of Spectacular Timeline! Join Jarrod and Devin as they review the Teen Titans story "Then & Now" from Teen Titans (1996) #12-15. Written and pencilled by Dan Jurgens, with finished art by George Perez. (Rest In Peace to the legend.) This story has the new Titans group …
 
Okay time to wrap this up. Picard Season Two was a bit of a mess operating mostly off of vibes and good will. We get into why we like what we like from this season and a lot of what we did not like from this season. Overall, this was a C+ for us, but we will keep watching Picard for Season 3 to see what the TNG Crew will do. Like what you hear? Sub…
 
Kriss & Dpalm review the last two episodes of The Flash Season 8: Death Falls and Funeral for a Friend. Death Falls sees Frost sacrifice herself to stop Death Storm and well…it’s a choice. Didn’t seem like it was entirely necessary to do that but maybe they’re working on something else with this storyline considering what we see Caitlyn do at the e…
 
Halo Season 1 is such an incredibly frustrating and disappointing show. That in itself is an amazing feat since before the first episode, we really had no expectations for this show. But the first two episodes (particularly the opening of the first episode) really showed a lot of great potential. What followed though was a disjointed and inconsiste…
 
One thing fans need to realize with these Disney+ series is that even if some are only mini-series, they’re never meant to be the end of the story when the season/series comes to a close but a beginning. And the finale of Moon Knight clearly shows that. Marvel has listed episode 6 now as a season finale instead of series finale. But will there be a…
 
The penultimate episode of Moon Knight really shows the strength of Marvel’s Disney+ series when it comes to diving into characters and exploring what makes them tick. This episode sees us get the backstory on why the Steven (and Jake) personalities exist. And it’s kinda heartbreaking. Instead of being a weakness, Steven was created to be a strengt…
 
The Flash is back this week and Barry is stuck cleaning up everyone’s mess. Barry is so much better than us because he’s not petty and doesn’t bring up the fact that Caitlyn and the rest of the team are the reason Death Storm is here. We get it. It’s family. But Iris is also going through some wild shit and Barry would have been well within his rig…
 
It continues to be amazing how much stuff gets packed into each episode of Moon Knight without it feeling too crammed. It's hard to believe there's only 2 episodes left. This episode starts off as a Mummy-like expedition with Steven and Layla trying to make it to Amunet's tomb before Arthur and his cult. And they're trying to do it without Marc or …
 
This is one of those episodes where we missed having Cisco. Because we go this entire episodes with Caitlyn talking about resurrecting Ronnie and no one made a Pet Sematary reference about how this was not a good idea. Barry had the right idea that this probably shouldn't be happening and Cecile's powers are never wrong. But no one wanted to listen…
 
The first episode of Halo opened up strong and while we appreciate them trying to build out the world and a larger story, we really want them to get back to what got us in the door. We're in a golden age of streaming TV shows right now and what we've learned is that you can tell a really great story without needing 22 episodes. Halo has a 9 episode…
 
Episode 3 of Moon Knight picks up the action as Marc, Layla and Khonshu head to Cairo to stop Arthur and it doesn't go well. First off, we get more confirmation of the 3rd personality (Jake) as things get a bit more violent and neither Marc or Steven know who was in control. Also we see why Khonshu is kinda on the outs with the rest of the Gods. Ev…
 
Marvel has gotten pretty good at getting a lot of story into a short amount of time with their Disney+ series and Moon Knight is no exception. We get our first appearance of "Mr. Knight" with Steven summoning his version of the suit. This series has been surprisingly funny and part of that has to do with how out of his depth Steven is. This series …
 
It's hard to tell what was more reckless this episode. Frost and her mother using her as bait to lure the Black Flame or Iris knowing she has this unknown sickness going around and still trying to track down Tinya's mother. We know which one caused the bigger issue. Iris out her blinking people out of existence. It does make us think that the end o…
 
This episode of the Flash gives us more information on the mysterious Meta that is killing people. It's feeding on grief and we think it might be a version of Cobalt Blue. This would make sense with the changes that we saw happen in the Bart/Nora episode as well as the fact that well...everything leads back to Thawne. It would really make sense if …
 
We're back to cover another Marvel Disney+ show. But this is a first. All the previous Marvel shows, while introducing new characters, have largely revolved around diving into existing characters. Moon Knight however, is the first series based on an entirely new character. And what's even more interesting is that it's not an origin story. What real…
 
This episode of the Flash was a villain origin story. When Taylor destroys Allegra's life, just know, it was deserved. We appreciate that the show didn't smooth things over and make it seem like everything was okay. Nope. Allegra pulled a really terrible move (and Iris reenforced it) and so when Taylor burns down the Citizen, well...they had it com…
 
The year is 2401, Our Heroes are scatted across the known universe. Picard is back on Vineyard, Seven is with the Ferries Rangers, Raffi, Chris, Elnor are in Starfleet, and Angus, Soji are Ambassadors on behalf of the Synths. But things quickly change when a time portal opens in space and the people on the other side are asking for Picard. Ep1: Sta…
 
This episode of the Flash was pretty straight forward. The show has figured out how to deal with a more mature Barry with a very elevated power level without completely breaking the show. We also have some thoughts on how this season/series might end with the mystery around what's happening with Iris.We also talk about some of the upcoming comic ev…
 
The only live action Flash we're getting in 2022 is back. With news that The Flash movie is delayed...again, that leaves Season 8 (and potentially Season 9) of CW's The Flash the only version we're getting. It seems like the merger between Discovery & WarnerMedia is leaving a lot of things in flux right now. Normally the CW shows are all renewed by…
 
Legends of Tomorrow hasn't been renewed yet for Season 8 but we hope it does. We really want to see how the introduction of Booster Gold goes on the show because there's so many fun things they could do. But even outside of that, this was a really great season that really did a great job exploring different aspects of the characters and letting the…
 
So this is what happens when we don't check the release schedule for Legends of Tomorrow. Apparently while we thought we were going to be reviewing the last 2 episodes of the season, turns out those episodes haven't aired yet because the show has been on break for 2 weeks. Oops. But out mistake is your benefit as we decided to still hop on the mic …
 
Jarrod returns with the next issue of Starman. This issue sees Jack Knight finding his way back to his injured father as the city he loves burns. The issue also sees the introduction of several supporting cast members. All quotes from the book are written by James Robinson and are a copyright of DC Comics. Starman Supper Club is a no-frills podcast…
 
Phil Urich is a down on his luck slacker that just found a super villain’s secret lair. What’s a 90’s kid to do? Naturally, he suits up and tries to find ways to score money and some luck with the ladies. Join Jarrod as he dives into Marvel’s 1995 Green Goblin solo book by Tom DeFalco and Scott McDaniel. Filled with guest appearances, company wide …
 
Join Jarrod as he reviews every issue of the classic 1994 DC Comics book Starman. Written by James Robinson with art by Tony Harris, Starman follows the adventures of Jack Knight-the son of the original Starman Ted Knight-as he reluctantly becomes a hero to avenge his brother’s death. Issue number zero introduces us to the Knight family and their h…
 
Another solid Legends of Tomorrow episode directed by one of the cast. This is Jes Macallan second time directing a Legends episode and as usual we get a good mix of the silly, over-the-top Legends hijinks with some serious moments. We're also two episodes out from the finale and while Gidget is still around it makes us wonder what's really going t…
 
Jarrod is back with a solo episode of Punch The Timeline! This episode features a review of 1992’s Justice Society of America. After 5 years in limbo, the JSA returns to a world that has moved on without them. Join the Golden Age Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkman, and many more as they readjust to superhero life and find their place in the world. Music…
 
Legends of Tomorrow continues to be one of the most progressive shows on TV. You gotta love it when they have Thawne show up and yet the thing that we spend most of our time talking about is how they're handling sexuality. This show constantly doesn't care about what others might think and that's a good thing. Not only did they have Spooner come ou…
 
If you love storytelling, the Punch The Timeline Network is the channel for you. The PTT Network features: Uncanny Timeline: Jarrod introduces Julie to the comic books that he loves. Spectacular Timeline: Jarrod and Devin explore the comic book universe. Hot takes aplenty. Uneducated Wrestling Chat: The UWC is a international wrestling PPV review s…
 
The Legends head to a Reality TV show from Hell because of course they do. What's so great about this show though is how they take silly premises and make them really great ways of exploring their characters. That's probably the best contribution that Legends of Tomorrow has right now. The story is the story (and there's nothing wrong with that. It…
 
Legends of tomorrow is back from break and so are we. This episode gives us a look at what's been happening with the evil Android team of Legends. It also carries on the theme of "What makes one human?" as we see that Gidget (evil Gideon) is controlling the evil androids by removing the most human parts of them. This becomes true with what happens …
 
Kriss, Ro and Dpalm are back to wrap up this season of Hawkeye. While it was one of the shows that might not have been on the top of the list for us before it dropped, it really turned into one of the best Disney+ series. It feels like Marvel got better and better (on top of already being really good) with each series they dropped this year. With H…
 
The Flash Armageddon event wrapped up pretty nicely. We get a conclusion to the Thawne/Allen rivalry (for now) with Barry saving Thawne's life by removing his speed. We also get a visit from Mia who seems to be sticking around for a while. Looks like we might end up with a bit of the story they were trying to do with the Green Arrow spin off. What …
 
Florence Pugh is lovely. Gotta love how she plays Yelena in a way that's so disarming yet also reminds you that she could kill you at any moment. This episode of Hawkeye does well to set us up for the finale. It also does a great job of showing why it was a good idea to put Black Widow after End Game. It's very clear that the Phase 4 MCU theme is h…
 
It's a good thing we didn't get to these final two episodes until December because we can say "You sit on a throne of lies". Y'all this finale was not good. The final two episodes of Supergirl do not pay off any of the arcs they've been building on instead choosing to conveniently wrap up Nxyly and the arduous search for the totems in the first ten…
 
It's all fun and games until a Black Widow assassin shows up. Kate was starting to make a little progress getting Clint to accept her but as soon as Yelena shows up, Clint shuts everything down because it's clearly gotten way too serious.This episode revealed a lot (while still having so many questions). This really is all about a watch. And it mig…
 
Thawne proves once again that he's a master manipulator of time. He didn't just change a few things in the timeline this time, but rather decided to completely take over Barry's life and basically become him. To top it all off, he fixed a mistake from the first time he tried to stop the Flash and made sure to kill Barry as a child. Thawne really wo…
 
Kriss, Ro and Dpalm are back to discuss episode 3 of Hawkeye. We talking about the introduction of Echo (Maya) as well as the potential to bring back Fisk into the MCU. This was before the news from Feige that if Daredevil comes back to the MCU, they would not recast and would use Charlie Cox. So it's not too far fetched to think that Vincent D'ono…
 
No Legends of Tomorrow this week (apparently the last episode was the mid-season finale) so it's only The Flash this week. We get confirmation that of course it's Thawne behind all of Barry's problems. Thawne couldn't match Barry face-to-face so now we see that he's gone to his go to: Messing with Time.Outside of the Thawne reveal that we knew was …
 
We’re back with another Marvel Disney+ show. This time Hawkeye takes center stage. The first two episodes dropped on the day before Thanksgiving. So far there are several things we like about this series. First, its good to get some in-depth focus on Clint. While Black Widow only recently got a solo movie, that character got a lot of screen time in…
 
Kriss and Dpalm are back to review the latest episodes of Legends of Tomorrow and The Flash. On Legends, we see the trend continuing of the Legends being stuck in history and trying to keep a low profile but not pulling it off. The Legends are doing the thing that's always talked about in time travel. If you go back in time and see injustices happe…
 
The Flash is back for Season 8 and it's kicking off with a 5 part event, Armageddon that will span the Arrowverse and bring some familiar faces. Like Ray, the Atom. Who it was good to see again. Honestly we're already liking the direction the show is going. Barry being confident in his powers and really settling into that mentor role. Also Iris is …
 
We're back to review the last two episodes of Legends of Tomorrow. But first, a bit of a change in how we're handling Super Tuesday Recap episodes going forward. First, we'll be adding the Mailbag to our weekly reviews. This makes it easier for us to stay up on big news drops (Like the Disney+ Day news that dropped Friday). We'll also read any emai…
 
Rest in peace William Dey! And Andrea needs her behind beat. The back and forth for the totems continues, Lex is in love, and Alex is leaning into her parenthood. Esme becomes the center of the penultimate battle as the love totem begins to manifest itself in her body, and Kara continues to work on discovering the things about herself that the tote…
 
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