In which I repeatedly remind everyone how my personal “head canon” solves all of the problems everywhere…
In this episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guests Adam Rady and Ben Burch (Dragons and Stuff) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including Jack Kirby’s actions in fighting fascism, the announcement of an Obi-Wan Kenobi film, why a live-action Batman Beyond film needs Michael Keaton, and the balloons of bacteria that NASA is launching during today’s lunar eclipse.
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In this Fanbase Feature, the Fanbase Press staff and contributors participate in a thorough discussion regarding the recently released Doctor Strange, focusing on topics including the themes and values inherent to the film, Marvel’s approach to diversity, how the filmmakers transition the MCU to include magic, and more!
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Barbra Dillon, Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, Phillip Kelly, Chris Spicer, and Michele Brittany
In which we extol the virtures of an R-Rated Logan (more Hugh Jackman tushie?!), get excited about Good Trolls, ponder a dystopian future where Game of Thrones is just another VR experience for the rich and the spoiled, and dive into the world of the PFAE (trademark pending).
Special guest Aaron Waltke (Netflix’s Trollhunters).
In which we discuss a celebration at Cape Canaveral, a possible cause for optimism in the DC cinematic universe, the insatiable geek appetites for MORE, and our never-ending love for boldly going where we’ll probably never actually get to go.
In which we discuss Lois Lane’s terminal case of Prosopagnosia, the very bad weekend Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg are sharing, our total lack of shock at the can of sexual-harassment-worms to be found in yet another convention circuit, and the death of comics…again.
In which we find we can’t stop talking about Jared Leto. Also, we revisit our appreciate of dinosaur CG effects, geek out about women doing math the hard way, and admit that some of us (me, specifically) are no longer on the X-Files bandwagon.
Special guests: Gregory Crafts and Jenn Scuderi Crafts (Theatre Unleashed)