Frankie, Dennis, and Johnny review Fire and Jinx, both written and illustrated by Brian Michael Bendis. In this episode the gang discusses why 21-year-old Frankie enjoyed Fire and Jinx; the heavy influence of 90s cinema on both titles; the heavy influence Brian Michael Bendis has had on the Marvel Universe (both the published and cinematic universes); the Christmas hires for the spy industry; the theory that BMB was single at the time he wrote the books and probable influences of Gotcha, Quentin Tarantino, and Sin City, and the Trunk Shot.
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