Marvel's Wastelanders: Old Man Star Lord (S1) | Hawkeye (S2)
Almost thirty years after The Day the Villains Won (aka V-Day), Helen Black arrives at her new apartment in The Onar, a 161-story apartment complex in what used to be Midtown Manhattan. Owned and operated by S.H.I.E.L.D., The Onar has become the very embodiment of the dystopic wealth and inequality that’s engulfed New York City ever since V-Day. A collection of uber-rich families – including the media magnate Burge family – occupy the opulent penthouses in the DecaDomes, The Onar’s highest ten stories. Helen Black’s apartment is located in the much more humble “100 Block’. When her nosy...
Danielle Broadway - Black Girl Nerds - Oct 19, 2021
"(Season 2: Old Man Hawkeye) This dystopian story immerses listeners into a world...While Kate will be portrayed by Hailee Steinfeld in the live-action series, fans get a fierce introduction to her during the podcast that they won’t soon forget."
Cam Rhys Lay - Cam Rhys Lay Blog - Jul 2, 2021
"(Season 1: Old Man Star-Lord) As was the case with previous Marvel podcasts, the sound design and editing are excellent and the voice cast features a number of recognizable names, including Danny Glover, Vanessa Williams and Chris Elliot. Overall, the story is entertaining if not necessarily groundbreaking. In many ways I'd liken its brand of entertainment to that of the Marvel movies – a reasonably good time, even if ultimately forgettable. Some have complained that the main protagonists of Star-Lord and Rocket Raccoon are unconvincingly juvenile for characters who are (at least) in their late fifties. This is probably true, but ultimately wasn't something that particularly bothered me. Bottom line: If you're already a fan of Marvel (and especially if you're a fan of the Old Man Logan universe) you'll enjoy this podcast."
Mike Mack - Laughing Place - Jun 5, 2021
"(Season 1: Old Man Star-Lord) Timothy Busfield lends his voice to Peter Quill while Chris Elliott provides the voice of Rocket. Both of these fantastic actors do a great job of bringing us these very different versions of these characters. Their chemistry is evident right from the beginning as their banter is hilarious and constant. If there is one small complaint to make about this new podcast, it would be that these two actors sound a tad similar, which can get a bit confusing at times. Overall, Marvel Wastelanders: Old Man Star-Lord is just another great way to put yourself into the Marvel Universe and reunite with some of your favorite characters."
Taylor Bauer - Comic Years - Jun 2, 2021
"(Season 1: Old Man Star-Lord) From a narrative standpoint, the first episode of Marvel’s Wastelanders: Old Man Star-Lord achieves something many radio dramas fail to do. The first episode sets up a lot of information. Usually, it’s tough to make this all fit in naturally without feeling like a details dump. I think writer Benjamin Percy, who also worked on the Wolverine pods for Sirius XM, is deserving of the credit here. Much like comics, setting up a world can go smoothly or it can feel strictly procedural. Things go well here and it’s Percy’s experience of the audio medium within Marvel’s expansive worlds that makes it possible."
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