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Marvel Movies Podcast: Reliving Iron Man, who started it all

The Pure Fandom Marvel Movies Podcast is hosted by Patrick Pochop and his co-host and sister, Liz Prugh. The two also host Pure Fandom’s Star Wars Theory Series Podcast. Join them as they kick off their Marvel podcast, where they’ll be reliving each Avenger leading up to the new Marvel films!

In our inaugural Marvel podcast, we take a look at the Avenger who kicked off the film franchise (properly), Iron Man! Watch the films and geek out with us as we break down Iron Man’s first film, Iron Man, his comparisons in the DCU, and what we can expect from him in Avengers: Infinity War. 

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Tune in for crazy thoughts and discussion on 2008’s Iron Man:

  • Robert Downey Jr. kicking off the MCU fresh out of rehab—and winning;
  • Sooooooo much Burger King advertisement in the film…why?
  • How the storyline’s relevance to current events and black market warfare made it a better film;
  • How Tony Stark doesn’t have super powers—and why it doesn’t matter;
  • How he’s comparable to Batman in the DCU;
  • The audience’s first intro to S.H.I.E.L.D;
  • Pat and Liz debate: Is Iron Man the “first avenger”?
  • What about Captain America?!
  • Liz and Pat’s favorite solo Iron Man film and why;
  • And of course…how Terrence Howard blew it!
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Liz & Lindi

Pure Fandom was created by fangirls and best friends, Liz (Pochop) Prugh and Lindi Smith. Their site - along with several other expert fan contributors! - brings you updates and breakdowns on shows like 'The Walking Dead,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'The Originals', and more. Liz & Lindi have written for Entertainment Weekly, AOL, HelloGiggles, and frequently host Comic-Con panels around the country. They are dedicated to putting a comedic and fun twist on all things fandom.

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