The Book of Boba Fett Eps 1 & 2 with Star Wars Explained + Marvel's Hawkeye Finale | Crooked Media
January 07, 2022
X-Ray Vision
The Book of Boba Fett Eps 1 & 2 with Star Wars Explained + Marvel's Hawkeye Finale

In This Episode

On this episode of X-Ray Vision, Jason Concepcion & Rosie Knight destroy Rockefeller Plaza! First in Previously On (1:56), Jason welcomes us back from the holidays with his initial thoughts on the Harry Potter reunion on HBOMax. In the Airlock (4:44) Jason and Rosie dive deep (deeeeep) into the finale of Hawkeye as well as the long term future of the MCU. Then, in the Omnibus (48:46), Jason explores the character of Clint Barton as well as the origins of the bandit archetype. In the Hive Mind (1:04:22), X-Ray welcomes Alex and Mollie, the experts at Star Wars Explained, to break down the first two episodes of The Book of Boba Fett. And finally in Nerd Out (1:42:29) a listener pitches us on the anime series Attack on Titan.


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The Listener’s Guide for all things X-Ray Vision!

War of the Bounty Hunters – An ongoing canon comic books event starting in 2021, written by Charles Soule, among others, and pencilled by Steve Mcniven, among others, and following, in part, Boba Fett’s attempts to get a carbonite frozen Han Solo to Tatooine to collect his bounty from Jabba. Available on Marvel Unlimited.


Official Handbook of the Marvel Universe – Originally published in 15 volumes in 1982, with editing work by the renowned Mark Gruenwald. The collected deluxe edition is mainly out of print; can be found on ebay (and elsewhere) for the right price.


Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business – Written by Mark Waid and James Robinson and published in 2014; featuring the Hawaiian-shirted, white-suited Kingpin. Available on Marvel Unlimited


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