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The Fanbase Weekly: Episode #153

In The Fanbase Weekly, the Fanbase Press staff and a host of special guests from across the pop culture spectrum discuss the top geek stories of the week.

In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly co-hosts welcome special guest Steven Prince (creator/writer – Monster Matador, Monster Matador: Tango of the Matadors) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including whether Marvel’s comics work best as standalone stories or connected events, a rundown of the controversy surrounding Terrific Productions, DC’s Future State and Wonder Woman plans, and whether Disney’s restructuring means a move away from movie theatres.

Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, and Barbra Dillon

Special guest: Steven Prince (creator/writer – Monster Matador, Monster Matador: Tango of the Matadors)

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14:06 – (Black Nerd Problems) Marvel Comics Work Best When It’s Not All Connected
27:15 – (The Comics Beat) Report – Terrific Production is not so terrific
39:43 – (CBR) DC FUTURE STATE Promises a Brand-New DC Universe in 2021/DC Introduces a Brazilian Wonder Woman in 2021’s FUTURE STATE
53:44 – (The Mary Sue) Disney Restructures to Focus on Streaming, but What Does That Mean?

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Episode Photo by: Sean Foster

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