In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly co-hosts welcomes guest Aaron Nabus (co-founder, HallH.com / The Hall H Show Podcast) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including honoring the passing of Denny O'Neil, the New York protestor who dresses as Spider-Man, whether the Punisher logo can be turned into a symbol for Black Lives Matter, and the DC/Diamond Distribution split.
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, and Barbra Dillon
Special guest: Aaron Nabus (co-founder, HallH.com / The Hall H Show Podcast)
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18:31 - (io9, Polygon) Denny O'Neil, the Man Who Gave Batman a New Voice, Has Died at 81/Batman's most influential writer, Denny O'Neil, dies at 81
28:53 - (Newsweek) ‘I'm Protesting As Spider-Man for the Black Lives Matter Movement'
39:40 - (io9) The Punisher's Logo Can't Be Turned Into a Symbol for Black Lives Matter or Real World Justice
51:12 - (The Comics Beat) End of an Era - The comics industry reacts to the DC Diamond split
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