After catching up on the James Gunn Suicide Squad(?) situation, Ian and Vincent fantasize about a new adaptation of "The Mask", a little known Dark Horse comic by John Arcudi and Doug Mahnke based on an idea by Mike Richardson that has previously been turned into a much known movie, a vaguely remembered cartoon, and a best forgotten legacy sequel to the movie.
This week, Ian and Vincent tell Amy Pascal what to do with that extended Spider-Verse, go on tangents about the Dark Universe and mental health, and then proceed to lose their grip on reality.
Nothing says holiday spirit like getting started a month early, except maybe Die Hard. In this episode, Vincent and Ian try to get to the core of what Die Hard is really about and how to possibly rescue it from the rut it's been stuck in.
In memory of Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, Vincent and Ian try to figure out how to bring one of their most fantastic collaborations to the screen - and to the Marvel Cinematic Universe - without repeating past failures.
In this week's episode, Ian clings on for dear life as Vincent goes almost immediately off the deep end with a first attempt to describe the ultimate Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles reboot, not from beginning to end but from the ground up. Utter chaos ensues and this is almost certainly not the last word on this topic.
Is it Shadowlaw or Shadaloo? Vega or M. Bison? M. Bison or Balrog? Balrog or Vega? This week, Ian and Vincent explore not only names but also love lost in translation, regrets, mind control and political assassinations, in an effort to get to the bottom of the eternal question: Who is the Street Fighter, really?
The Avengers 4 teaser is out and Ian and Vincent are once again forced to talk about the future of Marvel. Can they see John Cena in it? Can they fill an episode without completely running out of random names to drop? Find out in this year's final episode of IP Consultants! (Don't worry, it's coming back soon enough.)
After an accidentally extended hiatus and an episode stuck in the pipes, Ian and Vincent are finally back to figure out what approach Illumination should take with that Super Mario movie they're supposedly working on, while trying to get a handle on what the canon actually is according to creator Shigeru Miyamoto and whether he'll ever start making sense. What is Mario's last name? How much younger is his brother? What species are they? What do Smurves have to do with any of it? All these questions and more get barely touched upon in the first IP Consultants Podcast of 2019.