Dr Matt Finch joins the podcast to talk Justice League, Jason Momoa, the DC universe, Jason Momoa, and the impact of the male gaze - and Jason Momoa.
(pictured - Not Jason Momoa)
This is a spoiler-filled discussion so be warned if you have not yet seen the film.
But if you're looking for a giddy, rifferific take on the culmination of Zack Snyder's DC movieverse - here it is.
How does Stranger Things 2 and Thor Ragnarok evoke the 1980s through the dimly remembered lens of 80s VHS box art, arcade games and teenage hormones?
The Duffer Brothers and Taika Waititi have served up two different kinds of nostalgic reflection on the decade children retreated from the street to the home entertainment room.
Does Stranger Things 2 serve simply as a decent sequel to the surprise Netflix hit - or does it have a responsibility to be all things to all viewers?
And has Taika cracked the Marvel Movies code with Thor Ragnarok?
Books! Love 'em - don't have a lot of time to read 'em anymore.
Blame modern life, or whatever, but a good book takes time and deserves an attentive reader, so no smartphone distractions, or Netflix binge-athons please.
In the end we packed our bags, stuffed in a few paperbacks, and over a week of sunshine read: