Episode 513: Earth’s Mightiest Overthinkers

On the Overthinking It Podcast, we talk “Avengers: Infinity War,” the beginning of the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Overthinkers Matt Belinkie and and Josh McNeil as well as special guests Shiyan, Hannah Foell, and Ben Krinsky join Pete Fenzel and Matthew Wrather to talk Avengers: Infinity War.

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6 Comments on “Episode 513: Earth’s Mightiest Overthinkers”

  1. Jay #

    I’ve been waiting for this all weekend!


    • Matthew Belinkie OTI Staff #

      Worth taking a minute to step back and think about what a crazy ride it’s been. 10 years ago Samuel L. Jackson showed up after the Iron Man credits and name-dropped the Avengers. Nobody thought it was leading to this.


      • Peter Fenzel OTI Staff #

        No doubt! To stress how crazy this is, imagine seeing the first scene of that first Bryan Singer X-Men movie 18 years ago, and all thinking “Oh man, just imagine, by the year 2020 we’re totally going to have a giant multi-film _Onslaught_ crossover event!”

        Although they did do Days of Future Past, which was itself pretty amazing to pull off in terms of crazy comics to adapt.


        • clayschuldt #

          But where will we be in 2028? Is it even possible to predict that far into comic book cinema future.
          I mean, they do have these films planned out to 2025 at this point, so maybe.


  2. Amanda M #

    When are you guys going back to more articles? Y’all haven’t finished out The Good Place S2 reviews! I am starved for some overthinking! x_x


  3. Andrew Cotter #

    The only people you listed as people who “come back to life” are people who were obvious fake-outs. Nobody really expected Bucky to stay dead (his superhero name was the title of the sequel), and Nick Fury and Loki were both revealed to be alive in the same movie they faked their deaths.

    Yondu, Groot, Coulson (he’s dead as far as the movies are concerned), Odin, they all died for real and haven’t been brought back.


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