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Laugh It Up Fuzzball
Laugh It Up Fuzzball #265 – A Better Tomorrow

Laugh It Up Fuzzball

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 48:21


Welcome to the place where I get to let my geek flag fly and talk about all things geek. Basically a fuzzy guide to life, the universe, and everything but mostly geek stuff. This is where I look into the world of geekdom and some geek news, comics, The Simpsons, Star Wars, and whatever randomness finds its way onto the recording. This level of the podcast includes: Amazing art by Marcus Williams of heroes of color as power rangers First footage from HBOs House of the Dragon Illfonic Ghostbusters game HBOMax promo touting the Snyder Cut leads to restore the Snyderverse hashtag Trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City – Nov 24 Lost in Space 3rd Season – Dec 1 on Netflix Agatha Harkness getting a spin-off on Disney+ David Arquette planning a Bozo the Clown universe Andy Muschietti's Flash movie wraps principal photography – Nov 4 2022 Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 2 – Tues Nov 23 William Shatner has officially gone to space at age 90 Star Wars Galaxy of Creatures animated shorts DC Fandome News Trailer for tick, tick… BOOM! Joker 2 might not happen Mike Flanagan's Fall of the House of Usher on Netflix Tales of the Walking Dead anthology spinoff Set photos from the Transformers: Rise of the Beasts Will Poulter cast as Adam Warlock in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 Bravo's 100 scariest movie moments on YouTube Nickelodeon All-Star Brawl is a fun game Disney making a movie about the creation of Disneyland Rumor of Kristen Ritter returning as Jessica Jones Funny medieval Obi-Wan meme Empire's Hoth Team undefeated in 1980 joke New Star Wars books: Summer 2022 Seth Green says we will probably never see Star Wars: Detours Sasha Banks might appear in The Book of Boba Fett Steven S. DeKnight leaves Marvel IATSE & AMPTP Strike averted What If…? Season 2 promises a Gamora episode Ben Affleck admits to having fun on set of The Flash Beebo Saves Christmas animated special Tuesday Dec 21st Congrats on completing Level 265 of the podcast! Think positive, test negative, stay safe, wash your hands, wear a mask, and good luck out there. Feel free to contact me on Twitter and/or Instagram (@wookieeriot). You can also reach the show by e-mail, laughitupfuzzballpodcast@gmail.com., or by joining the Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/1879505335626093). I'd love to hear from you. Merch is available at teepublic.com/user/laugh-it-up-fuzzball. Also subscribe to the feed on Apple podcasts, Google podcasts, Stitcher, Breaker, IHeartRadio, RadioPublic, Spotify, or any of the apps which pull from those sources. Go do your thing so I can keep doing mine. If you feel so inclined, drop a positive rating or comment on those apps. Ratings help others find the madness. Tell your friends, geekery is always better with peers. Thank YOU for being a part of this hilarity! There's a plethora of ways to comment about the show and I look forward to seeing your thoughts, comments, and ideas. May the force be with us all, thanks for stopping by, you stay classy, be excellent to each other and party on dudes! TTFN… Wookiee out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laugh-it-up-fuzzball/support

Akrasia
42: Satan Burger Deluxe

Akrasia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 81:47


This week starts with Matt's recent experience at Halloween Horror Nights. Then, Tyler shares a strange interaction with an employee at an auto shop. Matt tells stories from McDonald's, and this leads to some chat about old commercial jingles and who wrote them. After questioning David Bowie's sexuality, the conversation turns to another Buddhist celebrity, Steve Jobs. Your hosts ponder what Apple would be like if he was still around, and discuss how Apple has changed since his passing. Big news that Seinfeld is now on Netflix, but they're making the same mistake Disney+ made with The Simpsons. At least The Snyder Cut got it right. Links and Show Notes John Mulaney: “Canceling Plans Is Like Heroin” - YouTube Go Behind the Scenes at a McDonald's Photo Shoot | McDonald's - YouTube 1967 McDonalds Is Your Kind Of Place - YouTube Family Guy - Barry Manilow concert - YouTube A Very Strange Medley (V.S.M.) (Live at the Uris Theatre, New York, NY, 1977) - YouTube Macworld NY 1999 - iBook & AirPort Introduction - YouTube Steve Jobs says “Jump!” and Phil Schiller does - YouTube iPhone 1 - Steve Jobs MacWorld keynote in 2007 - Full Presentation, 80 mins - YouTube Steve Jobs on the origin of iphone - YouTube Brandon (spooky version) on Twitter: “to emphasize, the titular pothole from the season 8 episode The Pothole is cropped out on Netflix” / Twitter Todd Vaziri: Presented in the “Letter-Box” Format on Twitter: “Well, the official “Seinfeld” YouTube page is releasing new video clips from the show and GASP they are all pillarboxed, using the 4:3 HD versions, so there's MAYBE a chance Netflix will use these 4:3 HD versions. https://t.co/BBGlWEQDVJ” / Twitter Kill Ross on Twitter: “OK since now there's apparently a black-and-white version of Zack Snyder's JUSTICE LEAGUE here's a thread detailing the extremely weird changes to this extremely weird movie, with all the weird twists and contradictions along the way. This thread might be updated over time.” / Twitter

Adam Dangerrr Productions
Satellite Years: Snyder Talk with Threat Level Lauren

Adam Dangerrr Productions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 57:51


Friends! It's so good to see you again !! Right off the jump, my audio is WHACK. I am pretty sure my exposure to the mother box has caused my audio to sound as if I'm recording a pirate transmission from Apokolips itself !! Anywho, we have a tremendous chat with Threat Level Lauren, wherein my kin implores your humble narrator to give Snyder Cut a chance. We discuss the DCEU, and films we liked! Enjoy!

ESO Network – The ESO Network
PCC Multiverse #244- Venom Wreaks Carnage At The Theaters, Netflix Plays The Squid Game, and Should Thor 2 Get Its Own Snyder Cut?

ESO Network – The ESO Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 62:43


Melinda and Gerald are back in the Multiverse as they get you up to speed on all things pop culture. Venom: Let There Be Carnage is one of the big movies heading to theaters this week, and the hosts give you the update on the advance word from critics on the film and if it … PCC Multiverse #244- Venom Wreaks Carnage At The Theaters, Netflix Plays The Squid Game, and Should Thor 2 Get Its Own Snyder Cut? Read More » The post PCC Multiverse #244- Venom Wreaks Carnage At The Theaters, Netflix Plays The Squid Game, and Should Thor 2 Get Its Own Snyder Cut? appeared first on The ESO Network.

Pop Culture Cosmos
PCC Multiverse #244- Venom Wreaks Carnage At The Theaters, Netflix Plays The Squid Game, and Should Thor 2 Get Its Own Snyder Cut?

Pop Culture Cosmos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 62:42


Melinda and Gerald are back in the Multiverse as they get you up to speed on all things pop culture. Venom: Let There Be Carnage is one of the big movies heading to theaters this week, and the hosts give you the update on the advance word from critics on the film and if it will still do big box office numbers this weekend. Plus the duo has a ton of fun talking about Netflix's brand new series out of Korea entitled Squid Game and how this emotional roller-coaster of a show is quickly capturing the world's attention and become a viral sensation on its way to becoming Netflix's all-time most popular program. All this and the crew talks marvel's What If episode 8, the emergence of the long-lost kung-fu B movie from the 1980s New York Ninja and how it's being lovingly restored to its campy greatness for its long-overdue release to audiences. And with Thor 2: The Dark World's director Alan Taylor clamoring for his own "Synder Cut" of the movie, when is it too much for these bad films to keep asking for remakes? And following up on our very well-received State of Pro Wrestling part one, John Orlando from the PVD Cast returns with his updated thoughts on the sports entertainment scene in part two with talking about what's current and changing with AEW, WWE, New Japan, Impact, Ring of Honor, and MLW. Has his and Gerald's outlook on the business improved? Find out on a truly awesome adventure into the PCC Multiverse! Presented by ThriveFantasy, the leader for Daily Fantasy Sports for the NFL, NBA, MLB, PGA, and E-Sports Player Props! - Use promo code LFB when you sign up today and you will receive an instant deposit match up to $50 on your first deposit of $20 or more! - Download ThriveFantasy on the App Store or Play Store or by visiting their website www.thrivefantasy.com. Sign up and #PropUp today! Don't forget to Subscribe to our shows and leave us that 5-Star Review with your questions on Apple Podcasts or e-mail us at popculturecosmos@yahoo.com! And also brought to you by Pop Culture Cosmos, RobMcZob.com, Indie Pods United, Lakers Fast Break, Inside Sports Fantasy Football, the novel Congratulations, You Suck (available for purchase HERE), and Retro City Games!

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network
COMIC TALK TODAY: COMIC TALK TODAY COMIC TALK HEADLINES FOR SEPTEMBER, 28TH 2021 | MARIO CASTS WHAT??

Nerdy Legion Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 94:31


 It's time for the Comic Talk Headlines with Generally Nerdy! Bunch of release dates in TV/Streaming. Some updates to the like in Movies as well. We really gotta talk about the hullabaloo around the Super Mario Bros animated movie casting. BABYLON 5 REBOOT!!! All that and MORE!! Catch up on all the nerdy headlines in TV and Movies, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Plus, don't forget to subscribe for more fresh content.       TV/StreamingFollow-ups/CorrectionsAndor - Finished with principal photography.Book of Boba Fett - Release Dec 29 2021TrailersStranger Things 4 - https://youtu.be/hgsUzL75Yjk Cobra Kai - https://youtu.be/KfQ3EQl_W98 Dec 31Sandman - https://youtu.be/VBXqrBl6pEo still no official release dateCowboy Bebop - https://youtu.be/Yq2N-9EmedA Nov 19thDC DocumentaryHBO Max will host a 3 part documentary on the almost century long influence DC has had on nerd culture. Will be written, directed, and produced by Leslie Iwerks, Academy Award and Emmy nominated.Babylon 5That other Star Trek clone series is being completely rebooted on the CW. J. Michael Straczynski original series creator will be a producer and writer on the project.https://deadline.com/2021/09/babylon-5-series-reboot-j-michael-straczynski-development-cw-1234845022/ MoviesFollow-ups/CorrectionsMario Movie - [John Leguizamo twitter shenanigans] Chris Pratt will provide the voice of MarioCharlie Day will voice LuigiAnya Taylor-Joy is voicing Princess PeachJack Black is voicing BowserKeegan-Michael Key is voicing ToadSeth Rogen is Donkey KongFred Armisen is Cranky KongKevin Michael Richardson is KamekSebastian Maniscalco voices Spikehttps://deadline.com/2021/09/super-mario-bros-animated-movie-cast-chris-pratt-charlie-day-anya-taylor-joy-jack-black-seth-rogen-1234843447/ Fantastic Beasts 3 - Secrets of Dumbledore will release April 15 2022, up from july. Clifford the Big Red Dog - Nov 10 in theaters and on Paramount Plus.TrailersRed Notice - https://youtu.be/Yhodo7vwC6E Nov 12Army of Thieves - https://youtu.be/Ith2WetKXlg Oct 29Disney/Marvel TroubleThere are a number of pending lawsuits looking to give ownership, or at least PARTIAL ownership, to the original creators, or their heirs.https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/business/business-news/marvel-suing-avengers-copyright-termination-1235020110/ Rumor MillSuicide SquadAyer cut is the new Snyder Cut? Now saying next year direct to HBO Max…FlashNOW Zod is the next character rumored to be making an appearance… though oddly the rumor doesn't say specifically if Michael Shannon will be in the role.You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

Comic Talk Today
COMIC TALK TODAY COMIC TALK HEADLINES FOR SEPTEMBER, 28th 2021 | Mario Casts WHAT??

Comic Talk Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 94:31


 It's time for the Comic Talk Headlines with Generally Nerdy! Bunch of release dates in TV/Streaming. Some updates to the like in Movies as well. We really gotta talk about the hullabaloo around the Super Mario Bros animated movie casting. BABYLON 5 REBOOT!!! All that and MORE!! Catch up on all the nerdy headlines in TV and Movies, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Plus, don't forget to subscribe for more fresh content.       TV/StreamingFollow-ups/CorrectionsAndor - Finished with principal photography.Book of Boba Fett - Release Dec 29 2021TrailersStranger Things 4 - https://youtu.be/hgsUzL75Yjk Cobra Kai - https://youtu.be/KfQ3EQl_W98 Dec 31Sandman - https://youtu.be/VBXqrBl6pEo still no official release dateCowboy Bebop - https://youtu.be/Yq2N-9EmedA Nov 19thDC DocumentaryHBO Max will host a 3 part documentary on the almost century long influence DC has had on nerd culture. Will be written, directed, and produced by Leslie Iwerks, Academy Award and Emmy nominated.Babylon 5That other Star Trek clone series is being completely rebooted on the CW. J. Michael Straczynski original series creator will be a producer and writer on the project.https://deadline.com/2021/09/babylon-5-series-reboot-j-michael-straczynski-development-cw-1234845022/ MoviesFollow-ups/CorrectionsMario Movie - [John Leguizamo twitter shenanigans] Chris Pratt will provide the voice of MarioCharlie Day will voice LuigiAnya Taylor-Joy is voicing Princess PeachJack Black is voicing BowserKeegan-Michael Key is voicing ToadSeth Rogen is Donkey KongFred Armisen is Cranky KongKevin Michael Richardson is KamekSebastian Maniscalco voices Spikehttps://deadline.com/2021/09/super-mario-bros-animated-movie-cast-chris-pratt-charlie-day-anya-taylor-joy-jack-black-seth-rogen-1234843447/ Fantastic Beasts 3 - Secrets of Dumbledore will release April 15 2022, up from july. Clifford the Big Red Dog - Nov 10 in theaters and on Paramount Plus.TrailersRed Notice - https://youtu.be/Yhodo7vwC6E Nov 12Army of Thieves - https://youtu.be/Ith2WetKXlg Oct 29Disney/Marvel TroubleThere are a number of pending lawsuits looking to give ownership, or at least PARTIAL ownership, to the original creators, or their heirs.https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/business/business-news/marvel-suing-avengers-copyright-termination-1235020110/ Rumor MillSuicide SquadAyer cut is the new Snyder Cut? Now saying next year direct to HBO Max…FlashNOW Zod is the next character rumored to be making an appearance… though oddly the rumor doesn't say specifically if Michael Shannon will be in the role.You can support this show by visiting our merch store, or by leaving us an Apple Podcasts review.

The Reasons I'm Broke
#475 - The Snyder Cut Sells Out

The Reasons I'm Broke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 79:34


In Ep. 475, Nick and I cover the Snyder Cut's sellout release, Denis Villeneuve's MCU comments, Pokemon's TCG art contest, and more! FOLLOW/SUPPORT NICK JAMES: @budbrosuperhero (Twitter) @buds_bros_and_superheroes (Instagram) YT Channel (YouTube) @BudsBrosSuperheroes (Linktree) As always, we appreciate your constructive Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions. You can also leave us an audio question on SpeakPipe. Thank you for the continued love and support! Enjoy the show. Daniel Podcast Awards 2019 || Games & Hobbies (Winner) Podcast Awards 2017 - 2018, 2020 || Games & Hobbies (Nominated) Official Site FOLLOW US: - Twitter | @ReasonsImBroke and @TRIBPod - Instagram- Pinterest- Tumblr - Discord Lounge - YouTube Channel SUBSCRIBE:Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Stitcher / iHeartRadio / TuneIn / Overcast SUPPORT THE POD: Getting $1's worth of entertainment and information each month? Support us on Patreon or visit our TeePublic storefront! SPREAD THE WORD: If you're enjoying the show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and a review! Each one helps new Brokettes discover the podcast. Donate to Hero Initiative to help comic creators in need. CREDITS: Opening/Closing Jingles - Alex Scott Show Logo By - Jeff Quigley

Always Hold On To Smallville
Snyder Cut Special #7 - Zack Snyder‘s Justice League

Always Hold On To Smallville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2021 71:13


It's our seventh Snyder Cut Special! Zach is joined by Tom Elliot from The Twilight Zone Podcast to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League!   This podcast contains SPOILERS. You've been warned! The Twilight Zone Podcast: thetwilightzonepodcast.com Always Hold On To Smallville is brought you to by listeners like you. Special thanks to these Meteor Freaks on Patreon who's generous contributions help produce the podcast! Chris Fuchs / @crfuchs7 Kevonte Chilous / @chill_us Daryn Kirscht / @darynkirscht16 Joey Dienberg / @JoeyD94_13 JJ Hodges / @ForComicJunkies DJ Doena Nathan Rothacher Casey Cochran / @CaseyCochran53 Nathan MacKenzie / @maccamackenzie Jason Skipper / @skipper818 Steve Rogers / @SteveJRogersJr Joe McIndoe / @joemcindoe92 Atif Sheikh Mollie Ficarella John Curcio Mike Franz Dylan DiAntonio Thomas Naven Andrew Parker / @parkerstpaul James Lee / @Jae_El_52 Jonathan England / @England422 Adam Sullins Jo Michael / @jweissbrod86 Marc-ids Foppen Alex Ramsey / @aramsey1992 Jason Davis / @superjay_92 Patrick Bravo Patricia Carrillo / @MsCarrillo92 Jacob Stevenart Dana Bius Cory Moore James Bandini II / @semaj8595 Nick Ryan Magdoza / @nickryan Eddie Bissell / @Kal_Ed11 Jim Thomas Nicholas Fansler Katherine Caldwell / @TheNinjaKate Will Hunt / @superman100987 Clunk Kant / @clunkKant Becca Ziefle / @becca_zee9 Jacob Mariana Sacchi / @sacchifx Tom Gehrke / @tomgehrke Nicholas Coso Erika Flynn / @ErkaF Jarrett Gibbs Anthony Anderson / @NigandNog Jasmine Magele / @Jas mindaMT_NZ Keith Fauls Lauren D. Kody Thomas / @Sportsfan102512 PATREON: patreon.com/alwaysmallville TWITTER: twitter.com/alwaysmallville  FACEBOOK: facebook.com/alwaysmallville  EMAIL: alwaysmallville@gmail.com  ITUNES: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/always-hold-on-to-smallville/id1080260981

Always Hold On To Smallville
Snyder Cut Special #6 - Zack Snyder‘s Justice League

Always Hold On To Smallville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 103:31


It's our sixth Snyder Cut Special! Zach is joined by Lance Laster from Always Hold On To Arrow, Mike Damante, Mike Krause and Matthew Rocca to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League!  This podcast contains SPOILERS. You've been warned! Always Hold On To Arrow: spreaker.com/show/always-hold-on-to-arrow Punk Rock and UFOs: punkrockandufos.com Always Hold On To Smallville is brought you to by listeners like you. Special thanks to these Meteor Freaks on Patreon who's generous contributions help produce the podcast! Chris Fuchs / @crfuchs7 Kevonte Chilous / @chill_us Daryn Kirscht / @darynkirscht16 Joey Dienberg / @JoeyD94_13 JJ Hodges / @ForComicJunkies DJ Doena Nathan Rothacher Casey Cochran / @CaseyCochran53 Nathan MacKenzie / @maccamackenzie Jason Skipper / @skipper818 Steve Rogers / @SteveJRogersJr Joe McIndoe / @joemcindoe92 Atif Sheikh Mollie Ficarella John Curcio Mike Franz Dylan DiAntonio Thomas Naven Andrew Parker / @parkerstpaul James Lee / @Jae_El_52 Jonathan England / @England422 Adam Sullins Jo Michael / @jweissbrod86 Marc-ids Foppen Alex Ramsey / @aramsey1992 Jason Davis / @superjay_92 Patrick Bravo Patricia Carrillo / @MsCarrillo92 Jacob Stevenart Dana Bius Cory Moore James Bandini II / @semaj8595 Nick Ryan Magdoza / @nickryan Eddie Bissell / @Kal_Ed11 Jim Thomas Nicholas Fansler Katherine Caldwell / @TheNinjaKate Will Hunt / @superman100987 Clunk Kant / @clunkKant Becca Ziefle / @becca_zee9 Jacob Mariana Sacchi / @sacchifx Tom Gehrke / @tomgehrke Nicholas Coso Erika Flynn / @ErkaF Jarrett Gibbs Anthony Anderson / @NigandNog Jasmine Magele / @Jas mindaMT_NZ Keith Fauls Lauren D. Kody Thomas / @Sportsfan102512 PATREON: patreon.com/alwaysmallville TWITTER: twitter.com/alwaysmallville  FACEBOOK: facebook.com/alwaysmallville  EMAIL: alwaysmallville@gmail.com  ITUNES: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/always-hold-on-to-smallville/id1080260981

Always Hold On To Smallville
Snyder Cut Special #5 - Zack Snyder‘s Justice League

Always Hold On To Smallville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 144:20


It's our fifth Snyder Cut Special! Zach is joined by Ryan Unicomb, Tricia Enniss and Tom Gehrke to discuss Zack Snyder's Justice League!  This podcast contains SPOILERS. You've been warned! Ryan's Instagram: instagram.com/itsryanunicomb Tricia's SYFY Wire articles: syfy.com/author/tricia-ennis Tom's Redbubble: redbubble.com/people/tomgehrke Always Hold On To Smallville is brought you to by listeners like you. Special thanks to these Meteor Freaks on Patreon who's generous contributions help produce the podcast! Chris Fuchs / @crfuchs7 Kevonte Chilous / @chill_us Daryn Kirscht / @darynkirscht16 Joey Dienberg / @JoeyD94_13 JJ Hodges / @ForComicJunkies DJ Doena Nathan Rothacher Casey Cochran / @CaseyCochran53 Nathan MacKenzie / @maccamackenzie Jason Skipper / @skipper818 Steve Rogers / @SteveJRogersJr Joe McIndoe / @joemcindoe92 Atif Sheikh Mollie Ficarella John Curcio Mike Franz Dylan DiAntonio Thomas Naven Andrew Parker / @parkerstpaul James Lee / @Jae_El_52 Jonathan England / @England422 Adam Sullins Jo Michael / @jweissbrod86 Marc-ids Foppen Alex Ramsey / @aramsey1992 Jason Davis / @superjay_92 Patrick Bravo Patricia Carrillo / @MsCarrillo92 Jacob Stevenart Dana Bius Cory Moore James Bandini II / @semaj8595 Nick Ryan Magdoza / @nickryan Eddie Bissell / @Kal_Ed11 Jim Thomas Nicholas Fansler Katherine Caldwell / @TheNinjaKate Will Hunt / @superman100987 Clunk Kant / @clunkKant Becca Ziefle / @becca_zee9 Jacob Mariana Sacchi / @sacchifx Tom Gehrke / @tomgehrke Nicholas Coso Erika Flynn / @ErkaF Jarrett Gibbs Anthony Anderson / @NigandNog Jasmine Magele / @Jas mindaMT_NZ Keith Fauls Lauren D. Kody Thomas / @Sportsfan102512 PATREON: patreon.com/alwaysmallville TWITTER: twitter.com/alwaysmallville  FACEBOOK: facebook.com/alwaysmallville  EMAIL: alwaysmallville@gmail.com  ITUNES: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/always-hold-on-to-smallville/id1080260981

Delco Nerd Network
What Do We Want from HBO Max's Black Canary & Green Lantern Corp?

Delco Nerd Network

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 71:52


HBO Max is the new home for DC content. With the release of the Snyder Cut more DC projects have a chance to come to fruition on HBO's new streaming platform. Black Canary has now been greenlit for a movie and the Green Lantern Corp show has been floating in the ether for far too long. It's time we gave you our thoughts and opinions to these projects. Hosts Anthony Ragucci & Chris Trio Join our community! https://discord.gg/JwK9RDXXFm​ Check us out on your favorite podcast app! Apple Podcasts- https://apple.co/356utFa​ Spotify- https://spoti.fi/2XcfDZd​ Watch us live on twitch at twitch.tv/delconerdnetwork! Follow Us! https://www.flow.page/delconerds​ Intro and Outro Music by Alex Rome https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh1M... Lower Thirds By Alejandro Hernandez https://www.ajhdesign.co/​ #HBOMax #BlackCanary #GreenLantern

The Christian Geek Central Podcast
Black Widow & Cancelled Christians (CGC Podcast #671)

The Christian Geek Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021


ON THIS EPISODE:A review of the Black Widow movie and some thoughts about how we can best navigate "Cancel Culture" in light of the "cancellation" of Tripwire Interactive's Christian CEO John Gibson and Five Nights At Freddy's Christian creator, Scott Cawthon.PLUS, more assorted topics based on your questions, feedback and Paeter's Geek Week, including reactions to Sony's Playstation Showcase 2021!TIMESTAMPS00:00:30 Intro00:02:11 Black Widow Movie Review00:09:57 Christian Geek Central & Christian Geek News00:23:13 Christians & Cancel Culture 01:02:02 Listener/Viewer Messages (Is It Morally Wrong To Make Games About Hell?)Paeter's Geek Week 01:16:10 (Descent: Journeys In The Dark & Road To Legend 1st Edition, Zack Snyder's Justice League aka The Snyder Cut, Monster Hunter World: Iceborne[Post-Game/The Guiding Lands], Ghost Recon Breakpoint) 01:32:49 (Sony Playstation Showcase 2021[Star Wars: Knights Of The Old Republic Remake for PS5, Alan Wake Remaster, Guardians Of The Galaxy{Religious Truth-Centered "Universal Church Of Truth" Villains, Matriarchy}, Insomniac's Wolverine Game, Spider-Man 2])01:51:49 Next Episode01:55:13 Babylon 5 Schawarma"Game Save" Event Info: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wf83YRgbbhUHow To Sign Up For "Game Save '21": https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ibQCC10GHMo Support this podcast and enjoy exclusive rewards at https://www.patreon.com/spiritbladeproductions Episodes #0-500 of this podcast were published as "The Spirit Blade Underground Podcast" and are archived and available for download at www.spiritblade.com , Resources used to prepare the "In Search Of Truth" Bible Study include:"Expositor's Bible Commentary", Frank E. Gaebelein General Editor (Zondervan Publishing House),"The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament", by Dr. John H. Walton, Dr. Victor H. Matthews & Dr. Mark W. Chavalas (InterVarsity Press), "The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament", by Dr. Craig S. Keener (InterVarsity Press),Thayer's Greek Lexicon, Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceBlueletterbible.org (primarily for search functionality), The Christian Geek Central Statement Of Faith can be found at: http://christiangeekcentral.blogspot.com/p/about.html The Christian Geek Central Podcast is written, recorded and produced by Paeter Frandsen, with additional segments produced by their credited authors. Logo created by Matthew Silber. Copyright 2007-2021, Spirit Blade Productions. Music by Wesley Devine, Bjorn A. Lynne, Pierre Langer, Jon Adamich, audionautix.com and Sound Ideas. Spazzmatica Polka by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Freesound.org effects provided by: FreqMan

Nerd Skool
Episode 45: Nerd Skool: The Snyder Cut

Nerd Skool

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 77:16


Andy chose the Zack Snyder cut of Justice League for us all to watch and nerd out on.  This 4 hour monstrosity is a nerd must.  TBJ has librarian vibes, Artstar is evil, More problematic male actor behavior, and more.  Listen to what the gang thinks about the Zack Snyder cut. Get your Nerdskool Merch:  https://www.redbubble.com/shop/ap/74089719?asc=u Music by D Jones Hip Hop!

The Reasons I'm Broke
#473 - The Matrix Resurrections Trailer Talk

The Reasons I'm Broke

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2021 98:53


In Ep. 473, Jarrod, Bobby, and I cover The Matrix Resurrections trailer, last week's Sony Showcase, Venom 2's PG-13 rating, and more! FOLLOW/SUPPORT JARROD & BOBBY: @SpoonSammich (Jarrod's Twitter) @Qbanslim (Bobby's Twitter) Aragon Family Medical Bills & Debt GoFundMe Link As always, we appreciate your constructive Feedback, Suggestions, and Questions. You can also leave us an audio question on SpeakPipe. Thank you for the continued love and support! Enjoy the show. Daniel Podcast Awards 2019 || Games & Hobbies (Winner) Podcast Awards 2017 - 2018, 2020 || Games & Hobbies (Nominated) Official Site FOLLOW US: - Twitter | @ReasonsImBroke and @TRIBPod - Instagram- Pinterest- Tumblr - Discord Lounge - YouTube Channel SUBSCRIBE:Apple Podcasts / Spotify / Google Podcasts / Stitcher / iHeartRadio / TuneIn / Overcast SUPPORT THE POD: Getting $1's worth of entertainment and information each month? Support us on Patreon or visit our TeePublic storefront! SPREAD THE WORD: If you're enjoying the show, please head over to iTunes and leave us a rating and a review! Each one helps new Brokettes discover the podcast. Donate to Hero Initiative to help comic creators in need. CREDITS: Opening/Closing Jingles - Alex Scott Show Logo By - Jeff Quigley

Office Hours with Tim Heidecker
173. Office Hours presents THE OFFIES feat. Johnny Carson & Jerry Paper

Office Hours with Tim Heidecker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 62:56


Please enjoy the second annual Office Hours Fan Choice Awards (aka THE OFFIES) with special guest co-host JOHNNY CARSON (aka James Urbaniak), musical director JERRY PAPER and much, much more! Now sit back, relax and enjoy the show to find out who won and who didn't win. This is the free first half of Office Hours. Watch or listen to the full 2+ hour ad-free episode including the big reveals for Best Episode and Best Call, and lots more at patreon.com/officehourslive. THE OFFIES 2021 - FULL LIST OF NOMINEES BEST GUEST: Phil Braun, Bill Braun, Rene Fabrege, Fred Armisen, Tom Scharpling BEST GUEST HOST: Neil Hamburger BEST ZOOMER: Bagel Snail, Joe Kart, Sari, Natalie, Chase BEST CALL: Randy Newman, Cave Boy, Melania Trump (Natasia Demetriou), Vaniel Morrison (James Adomian), Eric Wareheim BEST AD: Fart Garfunke's Gas Suite Elite, Kip Winger's Chip Fingers, Lou Dobbs Lewd Dogs, Stan Seder's Cedar Seeders, Hagar's Haygars BEST SIDE SHOW: Office Hours East, The Compound, Joel Hoel, Game Night w/ Gregg & Simone Turkington, The Al Podchino Show BEST RANT: Slice Goes Deep, Tim on the Snyder Cut, Neil Hamburger vs. Drops, Doug's Birthday Roast for Tim, The DIVX Tapes BEST DROP: Dikembe Mutombo "Doug", massive diarrhea in toilet sound, "We won we won we won", "OK" (Rick Moranis as Michael McDonald), Michael Barbaro reading The Daily credits BEST EPISODE: A Totally Secular Spectacular (Christmas show) (139), Birthday Tribute to Tim Heidecker (144), "Weird" Al Pacino, Andrew Bird & Jim Malthus (149), Tom Scharpling, Sarah Potenza (165), Office Hours Live LIVE w/ Weyes Blood, Uncle Phil, Curly G (171)

NerdCraft Nation
Issue #20: Zack Snyder's Justice League (Featuring Siva Nagarajan & Geoff Aikens)

NerdCraft Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 71:55


After 4 long years of fan outcry and demand, Warner Bros. and HBO Max have finally released the Snyder Cut. The 4-hour long epic delivers Zack Snyder's original vision for the Justice League film that we should have gotten back in 2017. After building hype for all this time, was it worth the wait? Join us in today's episode as we dive into Zack Snyder's Justice League. Recorded March 26, 2021. NerdCraft Nation is a partner of PubSquare Media, and is hosted by Austin Hall (@ADWAustin), Jose Lopez (@Sh1tJayLowSays), Brandon Kesselly (@bckesso), and Chris Walker (@cwlkr20). Our theme music was composed by Daniel Faris (@RadiantXellos on SoundCloud). If you would like to keep up with the show, please follow us on Twitter and Instagram @nerdcraftnation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nerdcraft-nation/message

Why We See Movies Podcast
Zack Snyder's Justice League

Why We See Movies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2021 35:01


Today on the Podcast we discuss the long awaited resurrected project, Zack Snyder's Justice League.  FEATURE REVIEW: ZACK SNYDER'S JUSTICE LEAGUE SOME SPOILERS AHEAD   RANT & RAVE Ron  (22:00) - Another Round Darren  (24:10) - I'm Thinking Of Ending Things (Netflix) Paul  (28:50) - Zombieland 2: Double Tap Ivan  (30:50) - Mortal Kombat  

Film Threat
Grayson

Film Threat

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 49:38


Grayson is a groundbreaking fan film from 2004 that influenced the epic tone of DC Comics movies like Batman V Superman and the Snyderverse. Filmmaker John Fiorella, who wrote and starred in the short, discusses the legacy of Grayson and the DCEU.

Vulgar Auteurs
Ep. 065 - Justice League: The Snyder Cut (2021)

Vulgar Auteurs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 86:47


Forget Lawrence of Arabia, or A Bridge Too Far, or Ben Hur. We're diving deep into what this generation has to offer in terms of epic filmmaking. Except it's nowhere near as groundbreaking as the aforementioned films. It's just long. Join the fellas Jason, Paco and Terry as they discuss the merits of storytelling, and how one filmmaker's vision can be easily skewed by another's, and how the pandemic has given an entirely new meaning to the term “director's cut”. . . Thank you all for listening! Please remember to rate, review and subscribe wherever you're hearing us. . Many thanks to Matthew Roland Pharris for our artwork. You can find him/follow him and his amazing work on Instagram @pestopasta44 . You can find us/follow us on Twitter @AuteursVulgar, and on Instagram @vulgarauteurspodcast. You are also welcome to email us at vulgarauteurs@gmail.com about anything, and we mean ANYTHING. We have a spam folder, so don't get too excited. . We love you all! Go hug yourself --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed
2021-08-21 • Saturday Matinée

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 73:57


It's National Senior Citizens Day! To all of our elder listeners, we salute you. Rob leads the charge in a love fest of the Ted Lasso Holiday episode. Pete has some follow-up enthusiasm including this EW video in which Brendan Hunt covers the off-side rule with Brett Goldstein, and this Variety video in which we learn that Juno Temple is a tiny cucumber with anxiety along side the incredible Hanna Waddingham. Oh yeah, and if you want to check out a dose of Brett Goldstein's early stand-up, why don't you check out this video from his performance at Richard Sandling's Perfect Movie? And did you know he has a podcast? A MOVIE podcast? It's called "Films to be Buried With" and it's worth checking out. Pete loves CODA. He likes Beckett. Kyle watched Vivo with his kiddo and found his new favorite Miranda tune. We also have a bit of news following up on the South Park deal and how Trey Parker and Matt Stone just made $900 million. And yes, they did buy Casa Bonia. We did a bit deeper on the Ayer cut of Suicide Squad, and the value of dropping additional cuts of existing movies. Is the Snyder Cut reproduceable? Should every big film get a do-over? Kyle's Trailer: Copshop Rob's Trailer: Eternals Pete's Trailer: East of the Mountains THE LIST! We're celebrating Johnny Dangerously this week on The Next Reel with it's great visuals. For pairing, we offer a list of movies with great running or visual gags that are our favorites in hopes you might find the fun in them yourself. Kyle's List Top Secret Scott Pilgrim Versus the World The Muppet Movie (1979) Rob's List Wrongfully Accused The Naked Gun Airplane Pete's List Best In Show The Other Guys A Fish Called Wanda

Hipster & The Nerd
Zack Snyder's Justice League/The Suicide Squad (SPOILERS!) - DCEU-trospective Finale

Hipster & The Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2021 124:39


What are we, some kind of Snyder Cut? Hipster & The Nerd proudly presents the long awaited and long belated conclusion of the DCEU-trospective with a look at Zack Snyder's Justice League and The Suicide Squad! Join Chris and Brian as they dive into the characters, themes, stunning action, and welcome changes and additions that make Zack Snyder's Justice League a surprisingly great film. Plus, listen in as they discuss the deaths, gore, humor, political commentary, endless charm, and everything else that makes The Suicide Squad the best film of the year so far. It's a superhero-stravaganza you don't want to miss! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Ten Cent Takes
Issue 13: Superboy 109 & 110

Ten Cent Takes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 62:33


Today we're checking out a couple of Jessika's latest estate sale finds: Superboy 109 & 110. Are these swingin' sixties stories about the Boy of Steel any good? Well, no. Not really. But they certainly gave us something to talk about! ----more---- Episode 13 Transcript Jessika: [00:00:00] Dude. It's always fucking Florida, Mike: I can't think of anything that comes out of Florida that's good. Jessika: Hello. Welcome to Ten Cent Takes, the podcast where we traverse tumultuous time continuities, one issue at a time. My name is Jessika Frazier and I am joined by my cohost, the dastardly dog dad, Mike Thompson.  Mike: That's a fair description.  Jessika: That was a segue. We need to talk about your newest acquisition.  Mike: What, Mo?  Jessika: No. We've talked about Mo. What was your newest acquisition in relation to the squad?  Mike: Oh, right. We bought a dog wagon over the weekend.  Jessika: Yeah, you did! Mike: And then, uh, already busted it out and taking them all over the neighborhood [00:01:00] and to the beach. I think it was proven to be a wise investment when this neighbor who we'd never seen before stopped his car in the middle of the road and yelled at us about how cute he thought it was. He was like, “that's the cutest thing I've ever seen!” He was this big old dude. I'm like, alright, I'm on board with this. All right. Success.  Jessika: Amazing.  Mike: It was very wholesome.  Jessika: Well, I think Mike'll have to post at least one or two pictures of the dogs  in this week's transcript. Mike: Yeah, no, we  can absolutely post photos of the dogs in this episode's transcript.  Jessika: Yes. Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: Well, the purpose of this podcast is to study comic books in ways that are both fun and informative. We want to look at their coolest, weirdest and silliest moments, as well as examine how they're woven into the larger fabric of pop culture and history. Today we'll be discussing the boy of steel, Superboy. While there are many variations of this character, we are going to be focusing on the OG [00:02:00] comics from 1944 to 69 as the ones that we talk about, but we will also just briefly touch upon the other comics, TV shows, and movies sporting the same character, as well as touch upon the absolute nightmare that is the timeline continuity, or lack thereof, that is Superman's life story. But before we do that, what is one cool thing that you've read or watched lately?  Mike: Sarah and I have been watching a show called Motherland: Fort Salem. Have you heard of this?  Jessika: I have, I was interested. Should I start it?  Mike: Yeah, we really dig it. It's on FreeForm, but it's streaming on Hulu. It takes place in this world where the United States stopped hunting witches 300 years ago and there was something called the Salem Accords signed. So now we have a world that's dominated by the USA and witches make up, as far as I can tell, the entirety of its armed forces. Jessika: [00:03:00] Oh, snap.  Mike: It's really cool. And the whole thing is magic is based on sound and resonance. And it's really a unique spin on things, but the show follows these three young witches who are recruited into the army and then start navigating their way through it. And the larger society, that's a part of the military and it's very comic book-y in terms of its plotting and character development and then the meta narrative as well. It's really cool. And it's really diverse in terms of casting. The storylines are really thoughtful in a lot of ways, and it's very queer. Like, extremely queer.  Jessika: Yes.  Mike: And the shows in the middle of its second season. And it's gotten much better. Like, I mean, it was already, it was already very good, but it feels like the second season, they really got the kick things up and they've really upped the creep factor. There's a whole thing about witch hunters re-emerging in kind of striking back at witches and riling up public sentiment. It feels very topical. [00:04:00] And then the whole thing is that because which is get their powers from the sound of their voice, what these witch hunters are doing is they're actually like cutting out witches' voice boxes and then weaponizing them. It's really cool and really creepy. And I really like it. Jessika: Oh, damn. That is like horrific. And like wow, that's an interesting concept.  Mike: Yeah. Sarah and I have been really, really enjoying it. And it's definitely something that we put on when the kids aren't around obviously, but,  Jessika: Oh, yeah.  Mike: but it's really solid. So yeah, not a comic book this time. But certainly something that I think a lot of comic book fans would enjoy.  How about you? Jessika: Well, once again, Lauren from Outer Planes in Santa Rosa comes through on the recommendations. Because she suggested the Image series, Man Eaters: The Cursed.  Mike: Hm.  Jessika: It's so fun. It starts off with 15 year old Maude being forced to go to summer camps. So her parents can go on this romantic vacation by themselves without her.  Mike: [00:05:00] Relatable.  Relatable, mom and dad.  Jessika: Absolutely. Well, and it's so funny because they put these fun little, like. It's almost like little artifacts in there , for you. So they have the registration card where they're registering her. And so it's like, will you be on vacation while your child is at camp? And it's like, YES. Like it literally asked that as a question like it's expected.  Mike: Good.  Jessika: It's pretty funny. Another thing I found that's really funny is they have the campers have these buttons. They're like warning buttons for insurance purposes. And they say things like sleepwalker or lice, or like Gemini. Which like big Gemini myself, like absolutely issue some warnings.  Mike: I love it. Jessika: And I love that there is one male character so far in this, and he's the least prepared for everything and Maude totally [00:06:00] roasts him a couple of times.  Mike: Again, relatable. Because the one who does all the home repairs around here, it ain't me. Jessika: Oh my gosh. So yeah, no, I added that to my pull list.  Mike: Yeah, that sounds great. Jessika: All right. Well, welcome to another episode of Jessika's estate sale fines. This week we'll be looking at Superboy, the comics, and I'm going to run us through the timeline of the comics as they came out, along with the TV shows and movies that were associated with those. So a lot of this is going to be like informational about when the comic came about and the character, Superboy  as Kal-El Mike: I'm super excited.  Jessika: there was a lot to it. And actually there was a  lot of different weirded consistencies that we're definitely gonna get into. As I've already hinted at that, I think you'll find very [00:07:00] funny,  Mike: I'm so excited.  Jessika: Okay. before I get too deep into this topic, I want to give a shout out to the resources that I use to compile my information today: An article from DC on DC comics.com fan news blog by Megan Downey, titled “Reign of the Superboys: The strange history of the Boy of Steel,” the Wikipedia article on Superboy, a blog post on captaincomics.ning.com in a forum called the comics round table by username commander Benson titled “deck log entry, number 176 Superboy: the time of his life,” and IMDB. for those of you who are. For those of you who are somehow unfamiliar with the basic storyline of Superboy's origins. not to be confused with Superman's origins, which he swoops in a little bit differently initially in the comics than this. but Kal-El in this instance was sent to earth by his parents before their home planet of Krypton [00:08:00] was destroyed. He was discovered in the crater left by his arrival by locals Martha and Jonathan Kent, who adopted him, raising him as their own son and naming him Clark. At age eight, Clark is told how he was found and finds out more about his origins from Krypton. Martha makes him an indestructible suit out of a blanket that he was found with one that came from Krypton and is imbued with the same powers that he himself holds. And it's basically just like Superman fucking around and not being in school.  Mike: Yeah, it almost entirely takes place in Smallville, which… it's kind of like the DC universe version of Cabbot Cove from Murder, She Wrote, where you're just like, how many fucking people die in this town? You know, in Smallville, it's, it's more along the lines of how many fucking supervillains hang out in this town in the middle of nowhere, Kansas,  Jessika: That's just it. What is it? A convention?  Mike: I guess. Jessika: Oh, so Superboy as a character was created by Joe Schuster and [00:09:00] Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel in 1938, but was rejected twice by Detective Comics before the growing popularity of the comic Robin, the Boy Wonder, finally convinced them to change their stance and they then decided to use it to try to relate to a younger readership with a younger character, which makes sense. Thus, Superboy made his comic debut in 1945, but just as a feature in the anthology, More Fun Comics issue 101. Now, of course, it wouldn't be comics without a little bit of drama. Schuster had assistance from Don Cameron instead of Siegel, as Siegel was serving in World War II and stationed in Hawaii. And he actually had to hear about Superboy's and inaugural publication through a letter from Schuster. DC didn't send them any notification nor was he able to actively participate in the trajectory of the plot line  since he was serving. It [00:10:00] was kind of a fuck you.  Mike: considering how heavily Superman was a part of propaganda. There is literally a cover of Superman running a printing press that says, I think it says, like, “help slap a Jap.” Jessika: Oh, that hurt me.  Mike: Yeah. Like, I mean, Superman was very much part of World War II propaganda, and that's insane that they wouldn't let one of his creators participate in the storylines because he was serving in the, uh, okay. Whatever. Jessika: Yeah. Yeah. It's pretty, it's pretty rough. So apparently there was already a rift in Siegel and Schuster's relationship. And so this just increased that strain. After that first issue, Superboy appeared in More Fun Comics, bimonthly issues through number [00:11:00] 107, but was picked up by Adventure Comics debuting in April of 1946. So he was bouncing around, that was issue number 103. And he was the lead feature for the anthology on this one Mike: Hm  Jessika: and remained the headlining feature for over 200 issues and continued being featured in Adventure Comics until 1969.  Mike: That's such a huge, just, that's an incredible run. Jessika: Yeah. It's a ton of time. And especially considering like he had, this was just like a side gig for Superboy. Really. He had other stuff going that he was doing.  Mike: Yeah, I do know that at one point in the sixties, Superboy was I believe the number two comic in America and the only one that was doing more than that was Superman. Jessika: It's like you were reading ahead. No, seriously. That's in my notes.  Mike: Oh, really? Okay, cool.  Jessika: Yeah, Yeah, yeah, no. And actually was frequently number two. We'll just  get to it now. It was frequently number two for a lot of it's run.[00:12:00]  So notable storylines that we got from Adventure Comics were intro to Krypto, the super dog, the origin story of his rivalry with Lex Luther, which that continues pretty far. So it's interesting that they, like, created the origin story.  Mike: Yeah. They had like teenage Lex Luther show up in Smallville, right?  Jessika: Yeah, yes, yes. Correct.  Mike: I think he had hair  Jessika: Back when he had hair, yeah.  Mike: Yeah. And that's something that's continued up until modern times as well. Mark Waid's Birthright, I know, did that… where it basically revealed that Clark Kent had been for a short time friends with Lex.  Jessika: Oh, wow. Of course. They had to be friends before they were enemies. Frenemies. There was also the the debut of the 30th century superhero team, the Legion of superheroes.  As Superboy, continue to frequent the pages of anthology comics in April of 1949, he became the sixth superhero to get his own comic book. and was the first new superhero [00:13:00] title to succeed after World War II. Mike: Oh, wow. That's crazy.  Jessika: Right?  Mike: I had no idea that there were only six superhero comics back then. Jessika: Yeah. Not with our own titles.  Mike: I mean, that's wild.  Jessika: Totally. I didn't realize that either.  Mike: yeah Jessika: notable storylines from this namesake comic were intro to Ilana Lang and Pete Ross, the storyline of the first Bizarro and first appearances of Legion of superheroes characters, Mon-El and Ultra Boy.  He also appeared in Legion of superheroes volume. One, which was printed as an anthology. Superboy itself continued until 1976 when the comic was renamed Superboy and the Legion of superheroes. Superboy was involved in the storyline until issue number 2 59. When he leaves after learning new information regarding the death of his parents.[00:14:00]  Dramatics. Mike: Yeah, I haven't read a lot of those, but the idea is that he's displaced through time and he winds up hanging out with the Legion for a while. And then if I remember right, Supergirl winds up joining the Legion after a while, too. Basically, so they can have kind of a headliner. Jessika: I smell them trying to fix a time continuum. But that's maybe I'm biased. Based on the research I've been doing,     The series was then retitled Legion of superheroes volume two, and ended with issue number 354 and 1979. There was also a three-part mini series called Secrets of the Legion of Superheroes that was published in 1981. And despite the general decline of superhero readership, Superboys' popularity continued to grow and adventure comics and Superboy frequently sold over a million copies combined.  Mike: That's an insane amount of comics these days. You know, back then that [00:15:00] was wild. Jessika: I mean, it definitely groundbreaking for its time. I would say it was, it sounded like it was huge. The popularity may also have been due to the fact that Superboy was found on more than just comic book stands. He was also on the TV and in the movies, he appeared in a 26 minute movie called the Adventures of Superboy and multiple six-minute episodes airing with the New Adventures of Superman, which aired for 1966 to 70, the Superman Aquaman Hour of Adventure from 67 to 68 and the Batman Superman Hour 68 to 69. All of which were just continuations are within that same world as the initial comic book.  Mike: Right. And those were all animated series too, I think, right?  Jessika: they were. They were. And here's something fun for you to watch if you wanted to click on that link.  Mike: Okay.  [Superboy INTRO AUDIO PLAYS] I love the image of like infant CBRE, boy, just lifting a piano. All right.  Jessika: Very patriotic.  Mike: Yeah. I love the fact that they have Krypto in there. Like I've always had a soft spot for Krypto. I am a little offended that his cowlick isn't in the shape of an S though. Come on guys. You know, this is an amateur hour.  Jessika: Missed opportunity. Mike: Right. But yeah, that was super cute.  Jessika: Wasn't that fun? Yeah. So I can,  I could see kids get getting really excited about seeing that. And then they walk by the newsstand and they go, I just saw that on TV.  Mike: yeah, exactly.  Jessika: [00:17:00] So I think they had a good thing going with that at that point. Mike: Oh, a hundred percent. So that was in the sixties, you said, right?  Jessika: Yes.  Mike: So that was right when television was becoming the dominant form of entertainment in the United States. I think by 1959 or 1960, it was something like 90% of households in America had televisions. And Saturday morning cartoons were starting to become a thing, which by the way, you guys should go back and listen to that episode about Saturday morning cartoons. It's our first episode. And we talk all about the evolution of that and how it connected with Comics. Jessika: It was a fun one. So pretty much right after the Legion of Superheroes volume two ended, the New Adventures of Superboy was published in 1984. That had 54 published issues,  Mike: Okay. That's a respectable run.  Jessika: Yeah. It's not anything too wild. Yeah. In 1985, DC tried to tie up some of those pesky plot holes that we're going to discuss later [00:18:00] on, for sure, by creating a comic that told the story of Clark Kent's transitional years in college at Metropolis University, going from Superboy effectively to Superman. And while this was supposed to last for 12 installments, they only ended up publishing six, mostly due to the fact that Crisis on Infinite Earths was published  Mike: I was about to ask. Yeah.  Jessika: Yep. That actually featured the eraser of Superboy  and yet another attempt to correct a timeline.  Mike: Well, Crisis on Infinite Earths was the first real attempt by DC to sit there and stream everything into a coherent timeline. And at the same time they had John Byrne's The Man of Steel, which came out I think right after. Crisis on infinite earths. And that also streamlined Superman's very convoluted history. The problem is is that by that point in time, you had almost 50 years of continuity, which made no fucking [00:19:00] sense. Jessika: And we'll discuss it later, but there wasn't necessarily a need for continuity back in the day. I mean, they didn't have to have it. They were just there for like, we're doing this adventure. This is fun. They're going to enjoy it. And there wasn't a feeling that you had to necessarily link it with what came before it or what was going, coming after it in the same way that we want now as readers and as fans, we want everything to make sense because we want more of the story in that  way. Mike: We want that overarching meta plot. Jessika: Exactly. Exactly. So despite DC's attempt to write Superboy out of the universe completely, he appeared once again in Legion of Superheroes Volume Three, which ran from 86, 87 and while Crisis on Infinite Earths had erased Superboy. To some extent in other time, continuations, they now needed to recreate him in order to have a cohesive storyline for [00:20:00] Legion of Superheroes. Mike: God. Jessika: So they were like, what are we going to do? Oh, I know pocket universe.  Mike: Why not?  Jessika: Why not? So in this version, it's set in a pocket universe created by the villain Time Trapper.  Mike: I think the Time Trapper… so the Time Trapper is like a villain who has had multiple identities. It's the same villain ultimately, but it's different people wind up becoming the Time Trapper. And I think, Superboy became the time trapper point.  Jessika: This doesn't surprise me at all. What the hell?  Mike: Yeah, don't, don't quote me on this, but I'm pretty sure I'm pretty sure that it happened, uh, during one of their big, crossovers,  Jessika: Oh, no, Mike: Comic books are dumb and I love them.  Jessika: I do, too. This is actually part of the  reason I really do like them. Because I like seeing all of these little differences. It doesn't make me mad. I just find it very funny.  Mike: Yeah. so the Time Trapper created a pocket [00:21:00] universe and then they used him to bring Superboy back.  Jessika: Yeah, exactly. And so he, but here's the funny part. He was really just like a sideline character in this. He came in and issued 24 and he was killed off in 38. Mike: Superboy was going. Okay. I'm not going to ask question.  Jessika: Yeah. Cause he had to like sacrifice himself to save the world. I mean,  that's, you know, common trend in these, right.  Mike: Of course.  Jessika: Yeah.  It was convenient. If not obvious.  Mike: Okay.  Jessika: Superboy apparently would not, could not be stopped. As was apparent in 1988 with not only a comic publication, but also a TV appearance. Once again, this time live action.  Mike: I remember that show.  Jessika: Yeah, it was here and that was gone.  Mike: It lasted for a couple of seasons, but I think they had a couple of different actors play Superboy. Jessika: They did. Yeah. So it was four seasons and it started out starring John Hames Newton for season one [00:22:00] and then recast replaced for the remainder of the four seasons. So the rest of the three by Gerard Christopher.  Mike: Oops.  Jessika: So that was a 22 minute runtime, pretty normal for that time. but there again, it went along with the same year that the Superboy volume two hit shelves. You know, they did another one of those timing things thinking, Hey, it worked what? 30 years ago.  Let's do it again.  Mike: Yeah. It's that whole transmedia thing. Jessika: Yeah, exactly. the show ultimately lasted until 1992, the same year a one-shot comic called the last Superboy was published. But that seemed to be the last dying ember from the fire that is Superboy, as we've talked about up until this point, except one thing. And I know that we want to talk about it a little bit, which is Smallville. And I know we've mentioned it, but I didn't watch that. Did you watch that show?  Mike: Oh, yeah. Are you kidding me? I, I was all over that show for the first few seasons. Jessika: Okay. I [00:23:00] just really, it was just cause I had a crush on Kristin Kruek, but unfortunately she got involved with that horrific NXIVM cult.  Mike: I thought It wasn't her. It  was the… Jessika: It was Alison Mack, but  like, but  she was involved for a few years,  unfortunately. Big. Yikes.  Mike: I don't know too much about it. I just know that Alison Mack was one of the big ringleaders for it and it was wild. Jessika: She was, yeah.  Mike: Like she, I think she left Smallville to like devote herself full-time to that cult.  Jessika: That sounds right. Yeah, she was, she was definitely a big part of it. yeah, it was rough. I've been following it.  Mike: I really liked Smallville when it first came out. I remember getting so excited when they had a little teaser ad for it where I think it's Krystin Kreuk is wandering through the darkness and she hears something and turns and then you see Tom Welling step out of the shadows and he says something along the lines “Oh, Hey, it's just me. It's it's Clark.” and then it just says Smallville, and I was like, oh mother fucker. That's amazing. [00:24:00] And yeah, it was, it was fine. It was very teen angsty, but they had a lot of deep cuts for comic fans. And, I think I stopped watching around season four  because it just started to, it felt like it really sort of jumped the shark,  Jessika: Oh, okay. Yeah. I was going to, ask if it's  something I should rewatch. I don't know. Stuff from that. Timeframe is so cringey these days.  Mike: A lot of it's cringey. I remember a whole thing with his heat vision was tied to like him being horny.  Jessika: No. Why do you have to do that?  It's so unnecessary.  Mike: But you know, what's funny is they actually brought Tom Welling back in the whole DC Arrowverse recently where they have a version of Lex Luther. Who's traveling the multi-verse and he shows up at, he shows up at the Kent farm and Tom welling is there. I thought it was just, it was great. It was, it was just, it was a really cute little nod. Jessika: That is pretty cute. I do like that.  Mike: And then he got all mad because he was trying to suck Superman's powers [00:25:00] away. And then it turns out Superman gave up his power so that he can have a family and a normal life. And then the now powerless Superman pops him in the nose. It was kind of good.  Jessika: That is cute.  Mike: I was fine with this. It was very, it was very wholesome. Jessika: So there are other iterations of Superboy, but they're not necessarily Clark Kent and some of them are, but they kind of stray off into different timeline. And I could have gone down that rabbit hole, but Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: you know, I didn't. Here we are.  Mike: that's fine.  Jessika: So I also know that I, more than hinted, we've talked about a little bit, uh, the continuity troubles that plagued Superboy.  Mike: Right,  Jessika: I, I gotta say some of these transgressions are just capital B A D bad. But they get a bit of a pass again, you know, like I said, because Comics at that point [00:26:00] really didn't hinge on a time continuum.  Mike: Right. That wasn't a thing.  Jessika: No, it wasn't. So, we got to give them a little bit of credit except when they actually started figuring it out and they still did absolutely nothing about it, which is what we're going to talk about. Mike: Okay.  Jessika: Because after Superman, they kind of figured out, oh, people are wanting more of a storyline and we've already given Superman kind of a timeframe. And now this has to be Superboy. So it needs to be earlier. So they were like, Okay. Superboy is from the 30s.  Mike: Right.  Jessika: But Superman at that time, I think was supposed to be set in the 60s or the 50s. And the math did not add  Mike: Right.  Jessika: at all to get to that point. So right off the bat. You've just you're wrong about the dates. what's even more funny to me is that in the first iterations of the Superman comic, the origin story is always [00:27:00] that the first time he came to earth was when he came to metropolis, like as a full ass adult.  Mike: Right.  Jessika: So what's, what's up, you know, so that's where it's like, all Right. this is already… Mike: This is convoluted. Yeah. Jessika: exactly. So you and I read a couple of comics from the time period of those original comics, and we read them from specifically from 1963. What I love about these is you could actually, at that, I don't, maybe they still do this. I haven't seen it yet in my Comics. You could write in and they would publish the comments and the editor … Mike: they still do this.  Jessika: Okay, cool. So the editor writes a comment back,  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: So we have a few of these.  Mike: Okay.  Jessika: And I would love for you to read them for us.  Mike: Okay. So we have a few of these here. the first one says dear editor, since Superman was a Superboy before World War II and television sets, weren't perfected and [00:28:00] sold to the public until after World War II. How come you show TV roof antennas, and Superboy stories. Kevin Herron, Tiffin, Ohio. And the editor responded with you're right, Kevin, we're wrong. We made a booboo. Editor. Jessika: Okay. Mike: The next one is dear editor. How come in Superboy comics. You illustrate such modern inventions as a bombs, atomic subs, jet planes, television, et cetera, all devices, which weren't invented until 1945 for later. And which certainly weren't around when Superman was born, Ken parent Wheaton, Illinois. The response is historians refer to such inconsistency as anachronisms. They are a necessary form of literary license required to achieve dramatic effects. Movies exercise this option very often. For example, the first umbrella was invented in 1740 yet numerous period films devoted to the life in the middle ages have shown heroines protecting themselves from the sun with a parasol. Editor Jessika: I love how he's getting like a little salt here with his answers.  Mike: Just a little bit. [00:29:00]  Jessika: He's like, but Webster's dictionary says…  Mike: God. Yeah. I don't miss those days. These days. Usually when you see the letters section of a comic, it's usually people talking about how much something meant to them, or at least in the ones that I read it. It's always really nice. So.  Jessika: That's sweet.  Mike: All right. So the last one: dear editor in the recent story, the amazing bizarro you had Superboy dropping an atomic bomb on bizarro. How is this possible, as Superboys adventures. They're supposed to have happened before 1945 and scientists had not perfected the H-bomb until  1945. Steve Spangler, Sonoma, California,  Jessika: Boom representation. That's right down the road from us.  Mike: the response is “we goofed! From now on no more a bombs in Superboy. Editor.”  Jessika: Well, that's easy.  Mike: Oh, that's great. At some point it's like, come on guys, it's a comic book.  Jessika: Yeah,  Mike: I think it's, are you [00:30:00] really expecting the science fiction comic, starring an alien who just happens to look exactly like a human, but has more super powers than God is going to be historically and scientifically accurate all the time. Okay. Whatever. I don't…  Jessika: I know. I know. I know. I hear you. I do well. And what's funny too, is at one point, Lana Lang is in a beauty competition and it says 1952.  Mike: Well, it's reassuring to know that nerds were always this nitpicky. Jessika: Absolutely. That really is.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: So the time in consistencies didn't end there. As I mentioned, there have been multiple timelines that have been created and destroyed to ensure some kind of consistency in the Superman universe. But whether or not that was actually a success is really anybody's opinion. It's up to the listener. [00:31:00] But if you're interested in finding out more about this travesty of a timeline, go check out that blog post I mentioned at the top of the episode, I'm on Captain Comics Presents, it's got a lot more examples of the inconsistencies from those OG comics. Mike: Yeah. Well, okay. One thing I will note is that DC kind of figured this out recently where they, ran a series called doomsday clock, and it's Dr. Manhattan from the Watchman universe with Superman. And the very end of it is revealing that there is now a “metaverse” in DC. Where it's like, oh yeah. So Superman arrived in the 30s and started being a superhero, you know? And then also he also arrived in the 60s and then he also arrived in the 80s and so on and so forth. And so it,  it sort of makes sense of that for those people who care. Jessika: Well, and it's like the same kind of Marvel multi-verse that we have going on with that, with the  Spider-Man is pointing to each other.  Mike: Yeah. It [00:32:00] basically, it takes the concept of a multi-verse and then it adds another layer and it does it in a way that feels, hm, I'm not going to say plausible, but it just, it kind of works and, you know, I actually liked it, but that's just me. Jessika: Yeah. you know what, and what's funny about Superman is I don't like Superman, so it's funny that we're doing this whole episode. I just thought it, was interesting. These Superboy comics when I saw them, well and I picked them up because like, honestly, like the titles were horrific and I will have some very liberal things to say about them, but yes, I, you know, but honestly, what's very funny, even though I hate Superman, I don't know what it was about the Superman symbol that I used to love.  And I didn't read the comics. I'd watch the show from the eighties. And I'd seen the Christopher Reeves movies. We loved those. But other than that, I wasn't like huge in the Superman, but if I had gotten a tattoo, when I was 18 years old, it would have been a Superman symbol. So I'm very glad my mom never, she never [00:33:00] listens to this. So she will never know that I'm confessing that, she talked me out of making a very bad tattoo decision because she doesn't need any more gloating rights,  Mike: Yeah. I don't know. I kind of viewed him like Captain America, where I thought he was really boring. And then I realized that if you find the right writer, Superman really, really works. I've come to really enjoy a lot of Superman stories, but you know, it depends.  Jessika: And I think you're right. That I, I probably just haven't found the right writer or the right style. And I did recently start do I start birthright? I started something recently.    Mike: I think it was  Birthright, based on our conversations. Jessika: yeah. So I will get back into that at some point in time. I just have such a stack now will obsessed. Oh no. Mike: Oh no,  Jessika: Oh, no. more Comics. So Mike, you and I read a couple of these issues that I found at that estate sale. That was Superboy boys. Numbers, 109 [00:34:00] and 110. So do you want to recap 109 us?  Mike: Yeah. Okay. You've mentioned that these are anthology comics and so Superboy at this point in time, apparently was having two or three storylines per issue. based on the two that we read, each one had two different stories in it.  Superboy 109 has the first story is the Super Youth of Brozz. The title story about the rival super dogs doesn't show up until later, which that always surprises me, when the cover action isn't the first story and everything else is in a backup, but whatever.  Jessika: It's a little confusing.  Mike: the Super Youth of Brozz is about how a young Clark Kent winds up sort of becoming friends with another teenage orphan in Smallville named Fred who's, quote, timid that's his like defining character trait. That's all that anybody used to describe him. And he gets picked on by the towns in crowd of teenagers. It's revealed that he lives in the [00:35:00] Smallville orphanage, which okay. He literally walks back to the orphanage and then Superboys spies on him and he's crying because he overheard people talking about how they didn't want to adopt him  because he was too much of a wimp I'm just like, oh, okay.  Jessika: Thanks for being super toxic Superboy. That's so great.  Mike: Superboy winds up deciding to give him confidence. And so he takes him to a planet called Brozz where Fred gains super powers from the atmosphere. And then Superboy actually loses his overtime for reasons that are not really well explained because you know, Superboy, he gets his powers from the yellow sun. And then later on, he gets his powers back sort of from the little spacecraft that they brought Fred over in, because it had some remnants of Earth's atmosphere, which that's not how science works. I was a history major and even I can tell you that. Superboy has this whole convoluted plot about how if he can get Fred to have super power's he'll gain confidence, which Fred sort of does. He eventually saves Superboy's life and then decides to stay on the planet and be a superhero. And he gets offered to be adopted, but he declines the offer for some bizarre reason, something about like, you know, basically he doesn't want to put his, foster parents at risk. And Superboy heads home to earth and has a final thought about how he wouldn't be the person he was, if it hadn't been for the Kents. The end. Jessika: Yeah. Yup.  Mike: Yep. But the title story, which is the Super Dog That Replaced Krypto is basically at some point, Superboy rescues a dog named Swifty, which looks like a Greyhound. Swifty winds up months later, tracking down Superboy in Smallville, which means that Superboy didn't [00:37:00] even drop this dog off at a shelter. Apparently he just got him out of harm's way and then just left him. So strike one, Supes.  Jessika: Yeah. It's not.  Mike: Then Superboy winds up temporarily granting Swifty the same powers that Krypto has. And then it seems like he's testing them out, but it doesn't quite work out that way. Swifty loses his powers and then he's, again, I guess, left alone. He's just as far as I can tell, he's a homeless dog in Smallville. Jessika: Yeah. There's  a lot of orphans in the story.  Mike: after his powers fade some villains who were trapped in the Phantom zone, but crossover and are sort of the Phantom zone wind up trying to take mental control of Superboy and Krypto, they don't have any luck. They are able to influence Swifty. And then they guide him through a process that grants him super powers. And then I think it also makes them evil, but it's not really well explained.  Jessika: Oh, it's because the Phantoms were  influencing him. [00:38:00]  And so their intentions were like his intention. So  because they had negative vibes against Superboy. That's what I got out of it, but it's, it's really vague.  Mike: Super vague.  Superboy decides to randomly hold a series of tests for Swifty and Krypto to be the new super dog. And like, he does this as opposed to like, just like letting  them both help him out. Jessika: that's what I'm saying. Like, it wasn't even to like, be the next super dog. It was like to  go be the ambassador on this trip  Mike: Oh, is that it? Okay.  Jessika: yeah. And then , why wouldn't  you want like an entourage of fucking, like super dogs with you? Why would you two super dogs is way better than one super dog. Like, I don't know what the fuck his problem  was Mike: 100%. So anyway, the Phantom zone criminals helps Swifty, win the contest, Swifty becomes the super [00:39:00] dog for at least this instance. And then he leads both Krypto and Superboy into a kryptonite death trap. Like there's literally a spring that like hurls kryptonite at them. And then at the last second Krypto manages to blast Swifty with the duplicate Ray, which creates a bizarro Swifty, who's good as opposed to the original version. Superboy comes up with a potion or, sorry, the Bizarro Swifty saves them. And then Superboy comes up with a potion that strip Swifty's powers and restores his good nature. And then he creates a collar that repels the Phantom zone ghosts so they can't control the dog again. And that's it like, Swifty's apparently the sad homeless dog in Smallville who just gets sad every time that he sees Superboy and Krypto fly by. And he thinks about how he wants to be Superboys' dog again. Jessika: It's really depressing. And I would never do that to Carl for the record. I would never. Okay.  Mike: I mean, [00:40:00] yeah, this, this issue definitely rubbed me the wrong way. Just for that, where I'm like, God, Superboy. it couldn't even find a home for the dog who tracked you down across the country and just wanted to be your friend. Jessika: You're fucking Superboy have two fucking dogs. Like, I don't know how difficult this is. Like, well, where Martha. Martha is like, no, we've already gotten one super dog in the house.  Mike: Yeah, right.  Jessika: No, this one's just normal, now! I swear. Mike: between the two of us, we have four dogs. So, I  mean, we're definitely the wrong audience for this, Jessika: for sure. And I bought this comic for the fact that there were like super dogs on there. I got very excited.  Mike: yeah. And the thing is, is that there's a whole menagerie, a super pets like you eventually get like Comet the super horse. Like it's no, there, there was a monkey. There was, I think, I think it was Streaky the super cat too.  Jessika: Oh, no.  Mike: It's not like, you know, [00:41:00] there wasn't a whole collection of super pets. But whatever.    Jessika: Yeah. What did you think of this since you haven't told, since you haven't started telling me already. Mike: It reminded me that Superman and Superboy stories from this era just a lot of times don't make any sense.  I have a collection from the late eighties called the Greatest Superman Stories Ever Told, and It's got stories from the forties to the eighties and even those early great stories, in quotes, they're pretty out there. And neither of these stories are anywhere close to what's contained in that book. I don't know. My biggest complaint is how Superboys' logic is always terrible. Like why does Fred need to be made into another version of the Superboy in order to gain confidence? Why not just help them with the core issue, which is that nobody wants to adopt them  from the Smallville orphanage, which again, lawl. Jessika: Yeah. Like what does it have two orphans in there?  Mike: It just, it seems like helping them find a [00:42:00] family would do a lot more good. And likewise, why not just adopt Swifty too? Like  it's shitty and it's dumb, but all of this reminded me of the site called Super Dickery, which I showed you.  Jessika: Yes.  Mike: It was the site that's originally focused on the absolute insanity of Superman comic covers. So many of these comics would feature things like Superman, just fucking over his friends. That was a repeated theme for years. There's one where he has Lois lane strapped to the grill of a truck and he's flying out after he drove it off a cliff. And just saying something to the effect “I'll see you later, Lois.” Jessika: Holy shit.  Mike: And there's another one where Aquaman, Jimmy Olsen are dying of thirst in the desert and Superman's just lording over them with this pitcher of water. the site was around at least in 2005, which is when I first came across it. It's kind of defunct. Now. I don't think has been updated for a couple of years, but you can go back on archive.org and just scroll through all these things. The [00:43:00] tagline was Superman's a Dick and here's the evidence and it's great. Like that is a way to kill an afternoon. Let me tell ya. Jessika: Oh, I definitely checked out a few of those today and I was  rolling. Rolling. He definitely came off  as an asshole in this comic. Like, no question, no question.  You know, what makes me the most mad is that he has the ability to give Swifty super powers. He has the ability to make both dogs talk.  Mike: Oh my God. Yeah. Jessika: What the fuck are you doing?  Mike: there was a cover on Super Dickery where it's young Clark Kent and Bruce Wayne, and they've created a computer that lets them see the future and like, Hey, we're going to grow up to be crime fighters and superheroes. So we're going to be best friends. It's like cool. You know, what also would be useful? I don't know. Maybe telling Bruce Wayne that his parents are going to get murdered and it can be avoided.  Jessika: Seriously. Holy shit. Oh my God. Yeah. But then he wouldn't have his [00:44:00] homie. Superboy's  just all in it for himself.  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: And like, why does he just have something lying around the  has fandoms as I can get out? Why does he have that? Doesn't make any sense. Mike: We don't have another two hours to discuss the Phantom Zone. Jessika: Kal-El you silly boy. So let's, let's move on to the other comic we read, which, uh, we're just be just as angry about, by the way. Spoiler case you were wondering. So what happened in issue? Number 110? Cause I did get sequential ones, which is great, kind of.  Mike: Right. Okay. So again, we have two stores. We have the Surrender of Superboy and the runt of steel, the surrender of supervise story is the one that we actually get on the cover. It's Superboy in Krypto losing a tug of war match to some old man. And we're basically told, well, you won't believe who the old man is. In the Surrender of Superboy, Clark [00:45:00] Kent, and Lana Lang traveled to South America to accompany her, I guess he's a college professor, dad on an archeological dig. One of the flowers recovered is this legendary hate flower, which causes any living, being that smells it to hate the first human they see after smelling it. They're like very specific that it's, you will hate the first human. Jessika: Yeah.  Mike: When they get back to Smallville, Lana smells the hate flower by accident. She sees Superboy flying outside and then dun, dun dunnnn winds up developing an intense hatred for the boy of steel. She grabs. I think it's like, it's… do we ever get a name for this thing? It's like a devil's mask? Jessika: I think she just calls it devil's mask. Cause it's a devil's witch mask or something like that on the wall. It's very vague again.  Mike: So she's in this museum, she grabs this thing off the wall because there's no fucking security anywhere. And it specifically says what it does, where it's says the person who wears this can summon souls , or spirits from the past and have them obey them for an hour. And then she [00:46:00] starts using it to cause trouble. Sir Lancelot and then George Washington are her first minions, but they refuse to help because they claim that they've heard about Superboy's heroic  deeds and even in the past, which Jessika: No, no, no, It's not a thing. No.  Mike: I just, I can't, man, it's so dumb. Jessika: When I read that, I was like, what, what is actually going on right now? I literally stopped reading for a few minutes.  Mike: Everything about the story it feels like monkeys at a typewriter.  Jessika: Yes,  Mike: So then she summons Merlin to humiliate Superboy at this super strength exhibition that he's doing in order to benefit the old folks home and Merlin, it turns out is the old man who beats him in the tug of war on the cover. Which by the way, this is like three panels in the comic. And it's not that big a deal.  Jessika: it's really not.  Mike: yeah, after that she summons Edgar Allen Poe and [00:47:00] Sherlock Holmes. She says they're the two greatest detective minds of the past. So they help her solve a jewel highs that Superboy can't and then she framed Superboy by having Hercules, Samson, and Atlas tear apart the Smallville Scientific Institute. Um, let's see, she summons Venus, Helen of Troy, and Juliet to basically seduce Superboy. And then she spurns him at a dance. And also I'm sorry, but really? JULIET? Like, come on. Jessika: Juliet was a child who fell into a situation and was a tragic  figure.  Mike: Juliet was a stupid teenager. Like, I can't, I can't even,  I'm sorry.  Jessika: She probably had acne and Superboy definitely had that hair where it was brushed forward and then spiked up in the front. Mike: Yep.  Jessika: Absolutely. Yep.  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: Fuckin' assholes. All of them, Mike: So she [00:48:00] spurns them at this dance and her dad gets mad at her. He's like, I heard you were very rude to Superboy.  Jessika: Which by the way, the fact that he wears that fucking suit to every occasion, like,  come on, dude.  Mike: I just love that idea. Jessika: Can you have like a literal suit, like, a super suit. That actually looks nice?  Mike: Just get something, like, get a nice Navy blue, kind of slim fitting suits have an Ascot popping out with your Superman logo.   All the girls would be all over you. It'd be great. Jessika: Oh, my gosh. Can you imagine the Kent's first trip to a fancy restaurant where they have to like, get the borrow jacket, like the  loaner jacket from the restaurant, because he's wearing his stupid ass suit and they're  like, Oh, Sir, excuse me.  Mike: He's just walking around with his Cape, sticking out from under the jacket. I would read that  comic.  Jessika: I would too. [00:49:00]  Mike: Anyway. So finally Lana decides to pull Jor-El, Superboy's dad from the past, in order to help her discover Superboys' secret identity. Instead of, I don't know, reuniting Jor-El with his son who he never got to see, but whatever. Okay. Jor-El gives you this device that's supposed to detect Kryptonians. It leads her to a closet where Krypto the Superdawg is Krypto shakes himself, and basically gives off a bunch of dust. Actually counteracts the flowers' hate pollen. And it turns out that Superboy and Lana's dad switched the mask with a dummy, once they realized what was going on and then her dad disguised himself as GRL and then everything just  goes back to normal and nothing matters. Jessika: Yeah, we're again, they have access to these devices that are like powerful and they like have instructions on the wall, but don't use them. Like he literally says to his daughter at one point like, oh, well stay away from the superstition side of things. It's quite dangerous. And she's like, oh, what's that?[00:50:00]  Let me check out this mask. So fricking ridiculous.  Mike: So then we get the second story, which is the Super Runt of Steel, which is about a criminal named Peewee Reagan, who we don't know who this dude is, but he shows up at this dilapidated house, he pays some amoral super scientist to grant him super powers. Peewee goes on a crime spree that even Superboy can't stop because Superboys' powers are weirdly fading for no real reason. Peewee flies away to a distant planet because he spotted treasure inside it. He gets to the planet, he wrecks a bunch of the alien robots that are there and then goes inside this vault that's full of space gems and minerals, and he winds up screaming in pain. Superboy finds out the scientist it turns out leached his powers and transfer them over to Peewee. And he's able to track the criminal to the aforementioned planet. And it turns out Peewee died because the vault also contained kryptonite and then Superboy [00:51:00] buries Peewee and flies away the end. Jessika: Because he somehow gets his powers back by just being around him. It was weird.  Mike: Everything about this issue just made me roll my eyes. And a lot of the stories from this era, if you go back and read a lot of these things, they had those kinds of surprise endings. That just feel so dumb these days. Like it was that weird, ironic twist. They're not really ironic because they don't really make a lot of sense.  Jessika: Yeah, they're just kind of like a left field thought.  Mike: Yeah, there's a lot that just doesn't work. And it's like if you go down this very specific logic train that these writers force you along, it's like, you know, the whole thing. Having Lana's dad disguise himself as Jor-El, like Superboy, just, knew that this was going to be the next step. You're like, all right. Well, I don't know, and then also, I'm sorry. But she's supposed to be calling all of these characters from history, all these spirits or people from history and then it's gods and fictitious characters like [00:52:00] Lancelot and Juliet and uh, whatever. Jessika: No, they were really contrived figures. I mean, even when they had real people in there, they weren't used to their purpose.  Mike: No, and it's one of those things where you read it and you're like, this is just, this is so dumb. Oh, it's Samson and Hercules. Okay. Whatever, why not? Random characters from the Bible and Greek mythology. Why not? Jessika: Dude, where do I even start on this issue though?  They had so many problems. The beginning, when the scientists negate the word of the locals as superstition, even though it actually did have dangerous poisonous properties to it. They're like, oh, it's just a myth.  Mike: Because there's a whole thing where one of the boroughs winds up attacking a guide and then when they sit there and say, oh, it must have like gotten near the hade flower and they're like, oh no, it just got bit by a fly. All right.  Jessika: Yeah. And the scientists are like, I mean, gosh, darn. How big of a [00:53:00] supremacist asshole do you have to be to not trust the people who live there to know anything about the plants that they have been living with their whole lives. I truly don't understand that.  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: Then the scientists were like, oh, woopsie, Daisy. I guess they were right. Chuckle, chuckle. Mike: This was also still a period in time where anyone who was not white, especially native populations were viewed with a healthy degree of just kind of, well, like you said, it like supremacy. Like if you go back and read those old Tintin books, woof.  Jessika: Oh,  yeah. I've read someof those in the original French and they're... Yeah.  Mike: Yeah. And if you go back and read those and then like up until really, I want to say the 70s or 80s was one thing started to get a little bit better, but even mainstream in the 60s were still pretty awful when it came to depicting people who weren't [00:54:00] white. Jessika: Yeah. There was that whole segregation thing. You know, just that.  Mike: Yeah. Jessika: Yeah, I, it was really gross when the quote unquote historical women came to give her beauty advice so that she could do seduce Superboy, like that was so contrived and odd and sexist and strange,  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: Or the part where Superboy is not only supposed to be earning money for an old person's home. He's also making agist jokes about the quote unquote old man that ends up beating him. Both him and his dog, a tug of war.  Mike: Yeah.  Jessika: But  then the comic itself is so obviously like they so obviously made it agistly clear that this man only be Superboy because he was Merlin, the wizard, which yikes guys,  I know people way older than me that could kick my ass at most anything. So that's pretty [00:55:00] ridiculous.  Mike: yeah.  Jessika: Oh. Or the fact that the little guys or men that are like smaller and stature or timid, they are constantly the ones that need quote, unquote saving by Superboy in these really odd, like vague ways. Like they need to get physical strength to be appreciated.  And it's super toxic.  Mike: Yeah. And I mean, that kind of hinges on the old ideas of masculinity as well. Jessika: Oh, and I'm sorry, why Lana's dad keeping again, keeping legit magic items where people can access them. It just, I can not get past that because they just have all this shit sitting around where people are like, oh, let me touch it. Mike: look, here's the thing, like gun control, wasn't a thing back then you think they're going to seriously guard supernatural weapons of destruction. Jessika: that is a valid point. That is so valid.  at least he wasn't mistreating his dog in this issue, I guess.  Mike: I guess. I don't know. He locked him in the closet for a few hours.  Jessika: Shit. That's right. [00:56:00] Nevermind. Fuck. So that wraps up our Superboy conversation.  Let's move on to our brain wrinkles. And this is the one thing comics are comics adjacent that's just been rattling around in your brain. Since the last time we talked.  Mike: Yeah. So I was going to talk about free comic book day and how I was originally pretty excited about it. But now, we're recording this a couple of weeks before free comic book day is going to happen. And we are still in the middle of a pandemic when we record this, the Delta strain has started to rear its ugly head and lead to cases spiking all over the place, including here in the Bay Area. So, As someone who has immunocompromised kids who are too young to get the vaccine still, we're not going to be able to participate. Um, so yeah, I don't know. I think I'm instead going to talk about The Suicide Squad and actually how I'm really [00:57:00] excited about that movie. And it's getting rave reviews and it's opening this week on HBO max and in theaters. And then, because people can't leave shit well, enough alone, David Ayer, the director of the original Suicide Squad movie talked about how this one is great, but then he proceeded to shit all over Warner Brothers and talked about how the version of just Suicide Squad that got released back in 2016, was not his version of the film and how it's terrible. And he wants, vindication now. And I just, I can't go through another Snyder Cut. I just, I don't  have… Jessika: Alright like, you know, at least, okay. At least it's not the Justice League.  At least it's Suicide Squad,  Mike: But like the Snyder Cut almost broke me. Jessika: No, I hear you. I already don't like, I already wasn't like on board and I had to watch like so much Justice League that weekend.  Mike: I remember.  Jessika: Then I had prequel films I had to [00:58:00] watch. No, I don't want to do this again. I don't. Mike: I can't.  I am happy to talk about Suicide Squad. And I'm pretty sure there'll be jazzed up to talk about it after this movie. But I just, I can't bring myself to care about these auteur directors who are just… when I was working in the video games industry, we had this term that we used for certain people who were on the development side, who were all about their vision and how, they wouldn't compromise anything. And we, we just refer to them as the genius babies, because they would have these ungodly meltdowns. I can't bring myself to just, I can't bring myself to care about another genius baby throwing a temper tantrum. Jessika: I don't want it.  Mike: How about you?  What is, uh, what is sitting in your head these days? Jessika: I've been thinking a lot about representation in the media, including comic books. [00:59:00] And that's partially because we've been reading all these old comics where we don't see a lot of different representation. Versus the comics that I'm drawn to, which are full of representation, because that's what I prefer to read. I want to see everyone and it's been really nice to read destiny, New York and some of these other recent comics that actually show different types of bodies, different skin tones, different sexualities and genders. But I think there's so much more that we need to do, and that can be done to add and continue to build upon that representation. Like just in general, it's 2021. And we're still shaming people for being a certain size and, you know, airbrushing people who are already considered to be the epitome of beauty in our society. Like what is it going to take for us to allow people to just exist as we are. I mean, you know, besides the whole capitalist bullshit [01:00:00] game, telling women, they need more and more products to achieve beauty. But aside from that, but it's giving me, it's definitely making me feel better to see all of the representation, but there, again, it just reminds me that we need more. Mike: I was gonna say, it's that reminder of we've come a long way, but we need to go further. Jessika: Yep. It is. It is. You had mentioned, your inability to go to free comics day. and I feel like there are probably a lot of people who had a really difficult time getting anywhere. To go to something like that, you know? And so thinking about accessibility in that way of, what about those readers? Like what are we doing about them? So you know, it's just something I think about I've worked at social services too. I mean, I'm just, I'm a bleeding heart, but we need people like me or else, I don't know, get rid of that. We don't need people like me. So that's, that's, what's been rattling for me. [01:01:00] It's just more of a continuous disappointed buzz in my brain that we don't respect all people.  Mike: Yeah. Well, we do on this podcast.  Jessika: So on that uplifting note, that's it for today, but stay tuned for another episode in two weeks and until then we'll see it in the stacks.  Mike: Thanks for listening to Ten Cent Takes. Accessibility is important to us. So text transcriptions of each of our published episodes can be found on our website. Jessika: This episode was hosted by Jessika Frazier and Mike Thompson, written by Jessika Frazier and edited by Mike Thompson. Our intro theme was written and performed by Jared Emerson Johnson of Bay Area Sound, our credits and transition music is Pursuit of Life by Evan McDonald and was purchased with a standard license from premium beat. Our banner graphics were designed by Sarah Frank, who goes by. Look, mom draws on Instagram.[01:02:00]  Mike: If you'd like to get in touch with us, ask us questions or tell us about how we got something wrong. Please head over to Tencent takes.com or shoot an email to Tencent akes@gmail.com. You can also find us on Twitter. The official podcast account is Tencenttakes. Jessika is Jessika with us, and Jessika is spelled with a K and I am Vansau: V A N S A U Jessika: If you'd like to support us, be sure to download, rate and review wherever you listen.  Mike: Stay safe out there.  Jessika: And support your local comic shop  . 

Hbomb & Friends
Episode 160: Hbomb & the Extended Snyder Cut or I Have a Dongle

Hbomb & Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 51:52


We're back! Hbomb (@usfhbomb), Jared (@kohaku233), & Matt (@Samus2008) talk Steam Deck, OLED Switch, The Superstar Racing Experience, Tony Hawk (twice), Ooblets, FUSER, Xbox Series X, PS5, Jackass, Zelda: Skyward Sword, dongles, Paramount Plus, & more. Rejected Titles:  The Greatest Game Ever is Rock Band Blitz. Don't @ Me 2D or Not 2D, That is the Question I Flick the Stick a Lot It Was Fine Paramount Plus: It's Not Just Star Trek The Return          

The Beard and The Bald Movie Podcast
Loki finale and future of MCU, Deadpool back (kinda), Star Trek warps ahead, Fear Street review, Tarantino on The Snyder Cut and more!

The Beard and The Bald Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 127:53


Loki finale and what it means for the future of the MCU and what it says about the Disney+ shows with Kevin Feige confirming that the multiverse is a huge deal for the future of the MCU. Also, what do they do with a Loki season 2?Deadpool and Korg star in Free Guy promo - Is this the most meta and perfect MCU/Fox X-Men crossover ever? Matt Shakman to direct new Star Trek with Chris Pine and co. Where do they go from Beyond?DC News - Black Adam wraps, while The Flash leaks looks at Barry, Supergirl and the 89 Batmobile and BatcaveJohn Wick spinoff The Continental to be a 3-night movie event series from Albert HughesAntonio Banderas joins Indy 5. Who could he be and is this becoming John Wick 4, casting wise?Reimagining of Thomas Crown Affair to star Michael B. Jordan. But...why?Tarantino calls Zack Snyder's Justice League "Groovy" in terms of it happening and and the fans rally behind it. Would he be a releasethesnydercut bro if he were a young man at this time?What we're watching - Paul - Gunpowder Milkshake, Fear Street, Aquaman, Superbad - ChrisListener QuestionsShare your love for The Beard & The Bald with official merch! T-shirts, hoodies and posters now available as well as other cool Movie-Themed Designs!  Check out the shop HEREFor those new to the podcast, please give us a follow on our social pages: @thebeardthebald on Twitter The Beard and The Bald Podcast on Facebook And for those who have been with us for a while, please take a moment, please take a moment to give us a rating and a review! CLICK HERE TO LEAVE US A REVIEW!

Meanwhile 22 Pages Later
Episode 191 : Justice League: The Snyder Cut

Meanwhile 22 Pages Later

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 79:28


The Sofa Surfers of Satire travel back in time to party like it's 2017, as they bring you their reviews of the 4-hour streaming extravaganza, Zack Snyder's justice League!

Digital Jedi on Anchor.FM
The SNYDERCUTISODE ft. The Watchtower Database

Digital Jedi on Anchor.FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 130:59


It's all about the Snyder Cut in today's episode featuring the very special guest appearances of James Strecker, Mattie Washburn and Ted Kendrick of the DCAU related channel The Watchtower Database! We recorded this three days after viewing Zack Snyder's Justice League, so it was fresh in our minds...and in our hearts.

Cordkillers (All Video)
Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks)

Cordkillers (All Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021


Black Widow breaks the bank, but in the right way? Plus , Peacock gets Universal and Dreamworks movies and a non-Star Wars Star Wars movie from Zak Snyder for Netflix. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Bill Meeks. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Loki (104-105), Black Widow, Rick and Morty (503-504)Next … Continue reading Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks) →

Cordkillers Only (Video)
Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks)

Cordkillers Only (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021


Black Widow breaks the bank, but in the right way? Plus , Peacock gets Universal and Dreamworks movies and a non-Star Wars Star Wars movie from Zak Snyder for Netflix. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Bill Meeks. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Loki (104-105), Black Widow, Rick and Morty (503-504)Next … Continue reading Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks) →

Cordkillers (All Audio)
Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks)

Cordkillers (All Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021


Black Widow breaks the bank, but in the right way? Plus , Peacock gets Universal and Dreamworks movies and a non-Star Wars Star Wars movie from Zak Snyder for Netflix. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Bill Meeks. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Loki (104-105), Black Widow, Rick and Morty (503-504)Next … Continue reading Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks) →

Cordkillers Only (Audio)
Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks)

Cordkillers Only (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021


Black Widow breaks the bank, but in the right way? Plus , Peacock gets Universal and Dreamworks movies and a non-Star Wars Star Wars movie from Zak Snyder for Netflix. All that and more on Cordkillers! With special guest Bill Meeks. This week on It’s Spoilerin’ Time: Loki (104-105), Black Widow, Rick and Morty (503-504)Next … Continue reading Cordkillers 367 – Release the Star Wars Snyder Cut (w/ Bill Meeks) →

Brunch Movies
S4E11 The Snyder Cut

Brunch Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 87:02


This was a movie that people wanted I guess? We're not sure if Batman was in it, but we are sure glad its over. Future Todd swings by to tell us the film was actually good and we have a real comic book expert Brandon aka Professor Xeeps!

Garbage Theatre
Justice League: The Snyder Cut - Featuring The Multiversal Soldiers

Garbage Theatre

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 131:44


Its time to watch Justice League, the way it was intended! In 4:3...and black and white...with the tv standing on its side...for 5 hours...as visionary genius Zack Snyder intended! This episode your hosts Blake and John are joined by the hosts of The Multiversal Soldiers podcast, Mike and Rob! Listen along as they painfully relive this bloated epic tale! You can find the Multiversal Soldier podcast at the following links... https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/multiversal-soldiers/id1539109544 https://www.facebook.com/MultiversalSoldiersPod/ https://twitter.com/pod_multiversal

DC Collecticast
37 | McFarlane Snyder Cut figure releases, NECA BTAS Grapnel Launcher Replica, Diecast Batmobile updates | DCC

DC Collecticast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2021 82:48


37?! And, why another ep so soon? Well, our new consistent bi-weekly Wednesdays start today! This week, Ben is joined again by Instagram's Batman action figure expert LT aka @house_of_geekery, talking newly released Zack Snyder's Justice League McFarlane action figures, the NECA 1:1 Batman the Animated Series Grapnel Launcher Replica, we have a diecast Batmobile update, the hunt for Spinmaster Bat-Tech, toy store finds, and more! BTAS GRAPNEL GIVEAWAY! Follow our YouTube channel on Instagram for a chance to win your very own Full Scale NECA 1:1 Batman the Animated Series Grapnel Launcher Replica! @batmanbeyondmedia https://www.instagram.com/batmanbeyondmedia/?hl=en

Nerd On! The Podcast
THE NERD ON! UPDATE - #FreeBritney , FF9 Anime, SnyderCut UHD 4K Release

Nerd On! The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 61:29


In this week's Update we discuss the new updates with Britney Spears and her conservatorship, Final Fantasy getting an anime treatment, and recent DC and Marvel news. In our Q&A part of the show we discuss what nonfiction books, dream guests, and questions from the live chat! If you'd like to have your questions answered, email us at questions@nerdon.tv Be sure to subscribe and follow the show for all future posts... Twitter - @nerdontv Facebook - @nerdontv Instagram - @nerdontv and on iTunes and YouTube BIG thank you to our wonderful partners! Check them out HERE Join The Nerd On! Nation powered by Patreon today to get exclusive content and much more! Donate to the show HERE via PayPal. Every little bit helps. Learn more about Nerd On! HERE

VideoDestruct Podcast
Episode 5x04 - Snyder Cut vs. The Josstice League

VideoDestruct Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 104:46


We both checked out Zack Snyder's Justice League on HBO Max and we talk about all the differences in the theatrical cut. Hoss never having seen the theatrical version relies entirely on Brandon's account for how baffling the theatrical release really is when comparing it to the HBO version. Enjoy our interim episode of the VD Podcast!

Film Chat
225. Promising Young Woman & The Snyder Cut

Film Chat

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2021


A rare transmission from Film Chat finds us reviewing Oscar-winning thriller Promising Young Woman, which did not speak to this podcast's male hosts. We also check out the wacky four-hour "Synder cut" of Justice League, surely the longest, greyest, and most rubble-filled superhero film ever made. Plus, we applaud the social media presence of Antony Hopkins and we look at upcoming projects from Rian Johnson and Joe Cornish. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

CultPOP!
CultPOP! 730 – Justice League 59, Nightwing 78, Ultra Mega 01, and the Justice League Snyder Cut!

CultPOP!

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 145:59


JD, Noel, Len, and Brian discuss this week’s new books: Justice League 59, Nightwing 78, Ultra Mega 01, as well as the Justice League Snyder Cut 00:00 – Intro/Letters 34:04- Justice League 59 – (W) Brian Michael Bendis, Ram V, (A) David Marquez, Xermanico 44:30- Nightwing 78 – (W) Tom Taylor, (A) Bruno Redondo 55:40-... The post CultPOP! 730 – Justice League 59, Nightwing 78, Ultra Mega 01, and the Justice League Snyder Cut! appeared first on CultPOP!.

Black Sensei Show
Easter in the Matrix and Justice League Snyder Cut tries to bring DC back from the grave

Black Sensei Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2021 51:49


The boys are back in this thing and we talking about the classic Matrix series on this lovely Easter Sunday. The Justice League movie has been out for a few weeks and if you aint watched yet we talking about the 4 hour remake and if it was worth 1/6 of our day.

The Arkham Sessions: Psychology of Batman & More

At the request of our loyal Patrons, Dr. Drea and Brian finally take the opportunity to break down the psychology of Zack Snyder's Justice League!

Past His Prime Podcast
The Snyder Cut

Past His Prime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 106:30


Part of the crew review the movie Army of the Dead (full spoilers) and talk about the Friends reunion

The Christian Geek Central Podcast
Snyder Cut Spoiler Chat (CGC Podcast #655)

The Christian Geek Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021


A spoiler-filled conversation with Patrons, sharing what we liked and disliked about Zack Snyder's Justice League! (Contains spoilers for Wonder Woman 1984. See Time Stamps to skip.)TIMESTAMPS00:00:30 Intro00:04:32 Jared Leto's Joker, 00:10:52 Deadlines Death & Heaven, 00:15:10 Creating As A Servant, 00:17:54 Zack Snyder's Justice League Chat Begins("Martha" & Lois & THAT Character), 00:27:07 The Flash's Big Speed Moment (& Superman 2 The Donner Cut), 00:29:44 Problems With Snyder Superman Christ Imagery, 00:35:35 The Anti-Life Equation (Continued Superman/Christ Imagery), 00:42:51 Batman At Fault For Lois' Future Death?, 00:52:54 Aquaman/Cyborg & A Theatrical Cut Moment Paeter Liked, 00:55:24 Wonder Woman's Lasso (Wonder Woman 1984 Spoilers!!), 01:00:07 How Did We Feel About DC After Watching The Snyder Cut?, 01:03:01 Steppenwolf, 01:06:21 Superman Feels Overpowered01:09:25 Next Episode01:13:46 Babylon 5 SchawarmaSupport this podcast and enjoy exclusive rewards at https://www.patreon.com/spiritbladeproductions Episodes #0-500 of this podcast were published as "The Spirit Blade Underground Podcast" and are archived and available for download at www.spiritblade.com , Resources used to prepare the "In Search Of Truth" Bible Study include:"Expositor's Bible Commentary", Frank E. Gaebelein General Editor (Zondervan Publishing House),"The IVP Bible Background Commentary: Old Testament", by Dr. John H. Walton, Dr. Victor H. Matthews & Dr. Mark W. Chavalas (InterVarsity Press), "The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament", by Dr. Craig S. Keener (InterVarsity Press),Thayer's Greek Lexicon, Strong's Exhaustive ConcordanceBlueletterbible.org (primarily for search functionality), The Christian Geek Central Statement Of Faith can be found at: http://christiangeekcentral.blogspot.com/p/about.html The Christian Geek Central Podcast is written, recorded and produced by Paeter Frandsen, with additional segments produced by their credited authors. Logo created by Matthew Silber. Copyright 2007-2021, Spirit Blade Productions. Music by Wesley Devine, Bjorn A. Lynne, Pierre Langer, Jon Adamich, audionautix.com and Sound Ideas. Spazzmatica Polka by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Freesound.org effects provided by: FreqMan

Awkwardly Social Podcast
Episode 228- Jeremy Scippio Part 2: The Snyder Cut

Awkwardly Social Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 82:38


Awkwardly Social is a weekly podcast with hosts Jose Chavez and Aerial Washington, where they talk to guests about awkward situations, social anxiety and facets of the guests lives. PART […]

THE LOUDEST PODCAST
An Hour of Shockingly Good Voicemails + Snyder Cut Confusion w/GRANT MOONEY!

THE LOUDEST PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 78:37


Sirancha cries in her ethics class, Asterios get VPN-pilled + we tell you how to join the COUNCIL OF AUTISM!

The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast
ARMY OF THE DEAD Review - A Snyder Cut Above? Or the Dawn of a Dead Franchise? | Guest: Film Critic Kolby Mac

The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 89:22


Zack Snyder's latest zombie apocalypse film, ARMY OF THE DEAD, comes to Netflix this Friday after it's week-long theatrical release and we have everything you need to know (and probably a bunch more) in the NON-SPOILER & SPOILER sections of this deepest of dives review featuring film critic Kolby Mac of Kolby Told Me! This episode is presented by BAXTER BLUE. For 10% off your next purchase of Blue Light, Sleep, or Kids Glasses, click on our exclusive link: https://baxterblueglasses.pxf.io/c/2544961/1031264/11471 (https://baxterblueglasses.pxf.io/c/2544961/1031264/11471) (04:20) Where We Are With Zack Snyder After The Snyder Cut & His Rumored Exit of the DCEU / Our Relationship To Snyder's Films (17:10) The Netflix Rollout For The Film (Poster, Trailer, Social Tie-Ins, 15 Minute Preview, & Theatrical Distribution) (29:40) NON-SPOILER REVIEW SECTION (includes Critics/Audience Scores, Production Notes, Cast/Crew Storylines, Expanded Universe Notes) (53:45) SPOILER REVIEW SECTION (including character death reactions, the answer to "Is Bautista a leading man?", how the film ties into the extended universe content to come, etc.) Follow The NOMCAST - Netflix Original Movie Podcast on Twitter/Instagram @nomcastpod In his first non-superhero/IP film since 2011, director Zack Snyder (Justice League, Dawn of the Dead, 300) takes us to Las Vegas following a zombie outbreak in his latest ARMY OF THE DEAD. The film follows a group of mercenaries that take the ultimate gamble when they venture into the quarantine zone to pull of the greatest heist ever attempted. Starring David Bautista, Ella Purnell, Ana de la Reguera, Omari Hardwick, Theo Rossi, Matthias Schweighofer, Garret Dillahunt, Tig Notaro, & many more!

Nerd On! The Podcast
THE NERD ON! UPDATE - Loki Release Date, Playstation+Discord, 250 Million views for #SnyderCut

Nerd On! The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 44:30


In this week’s Update we discuss the latest in the MCU lineup, the recent announcement of gaming and communications, and the upset for Zack Snyder’s Justice League in China. In our Q&A part of the show we answer questions of tasty Pokemon, video game soundtracks, and questions from the live chat! If you’d like to have your questions answered, email us at questions@nerdon.tv Be sure to subscribe and follow the show for all future posts... Twitter - @nerdontv Facebook - @nerdontv Instagram - @nerdontv and on iTunes and YouTube BIG thank you to our wonderful partners! Check them out HERE Join The Nerd On! Nation powered by Patreon today to get exclusive content and much more! Donate to the show HERE via PayPal. Every little bit helps. Learn more about Nerd On! HERE

Same Day Shipping: Real Love & Fake Relationships
SDS Ships the Snyder Cut - Chapter 3: I Think It Could've Used Some Editing

Same Day Shipping: Real Love & Fake Relationships

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2021 68:08


The ritual concludes in the only way it could: with an argument about what a reach-around actually is. The world is spared for another few years. But the threat will re-emerge someday. And Same Day Shipping will be there to defend the Earth. Together. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Painkiller Already
PKA 537 w Harley - Woody sets yard on fire, Jake Paul vs Ben Askren, Justice League Snyder Cut

Painkiller Already

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 248:04


Sardonicast
Episode 83: Sardonicast #83: The Snyder Cut, Paddington 1 & 2

Sardonicast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2021 120:31


Reel Talk: A Movie Podcast
Episode 29 - Reviewing the New - Snyder Cut Edition

Reel Talk: A Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2021 39:59


Hello Reel Talk Listeners!  This episode of the show we're continuing our "Reviewing the New," series where we do spoiler free mini-reviews of new films.  We'll help you decide whether you should see them at the theater, stream, or avoid these movies.  In this episode:Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021)Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) Hunter Hunter (2020)The Dark & the Wicked (2020)Interact with us:Join our Reel Talk: A Movie Podcast group on FacebookFollow us on Twitter: @reel_castEmail us: reeltalkmoviecast@gmail.com