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Nate’s back for a second week in a row, and we’re joined by Green Machine Comics co-owner Steve Mix to discuss the impact of the changes at DC Comics, and the DC Universe.
Nate Costa, prodigal fanboy, returns for this week’s discussion of a pulp revival, streaming surprises, Wicked Chicken, and our picks of the week!
Warner Bros. announces development of Superworld, and we know a web series with a very similar concept.
The Fanboys discuss what went right and wrong with Comic-Con@Home! Spoiler: It was mostly right. Also, the Eisner awards, and what’s happening in TV and movies!
We discuss the ComicCon@Home Experience and the Parallel Cons that are appearing. And then discuss changes in DC streaming services.
Since all of ComicCon@Home is streaming video on the internet, why not try it for ourselves?
Our Cinequest interview this week is with the creators of Take Out Girl, nothing to do with the current state of restaurants but an intriguing film you’re going to want to see.
Brian Volk-Weiss, creator of the television show A Toy Store Near You, tells us a timely tale of toy stores in the age of Covid-19.
Yes, there’s comic news, and movie news, but there’s so much TV news about to impact all your video watching devices.
We return to the virtual podcast space to give you an update on ways to connect to fandom, including Virtual Fan Expo, Virtual Disney World, and Alt Free Comic Day.
Interview with Paul A. Kaufman, writer/director/producer of Butter, the state of comics delivery, film releases, and then more good news than you’re expecting!
We put together a list of recommendations for “reading while cocooning!” Most are downloadable or available digitally from your local library! Want to know more? Just listen!
Cinequest interviews for Before the Fire, plus news and speculation for the week!