Last year, Hawkeye ran on Disney+ and Kneel Before Pod finally gets around to having a conversation about it. The discussion covers delivering on what was promised, mentoring and the spirit of Christmas.
“So This Is Christmas?”
Hawkeye completes its first -and possibly only- season with revelations, betrayals and answering whether Clint makes it home for Christmas.
Hawkeye picks up the pieces from the recent confrontation as various characters realise that the situation is more complicated than they thought.
“Partners, Am I Right?”
Hawkeye doubles down on the Clint/Kate partner dynamic when Clint lets her accompany him on his mission to retrieve stolen items.
Hawkeye introduces a new major character while continuing to build the bond between Clint and Kate.
“Never Meet Your Heroes” and “Hide and Seek”
The Marvel Cinematic universe goes back to one of the original Avengers in Hawkeye; a Christmas set Disney+ TV series where the titular Archer just wants to have a quiet life with his family.
Avengers: Endgame recently released on home media and Kneel Before Pod decided that one podcast wasn’t enough to tackle this event in cinematic history. Chris takes over hosting duties and returns from the dust to lead a discussion that covers portals, endings, funerals and time travel confusion. Craig and Aaron can be found on this…
Now that the dust has settled following the historic release of Avengers: Endgame, Kneel Before Pod assembles a team to discuss it. The format of this podcast is slightly different as there is no “Kneel Before/Rise Against” segment and the majority of the discussion is dictated by audience questions. Thanks to everyone who submitted one to…
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