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 guests Jim Hereth (screenwriter/comics writer – Blowback) and Allen Carter (witer/artist/publisher – Carter Comics) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including why Justice League‘s Chris Terrio is pissed off, why supervillains should behave monstrously, and two trailer roundups, featuring Jupiter’s Legacy, Ghostbusters:Afterlife, Loki, Picard: Season 2, Space Jam 2, and Black Widow.
Cast members: Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, Justin Peniston, and Bryant Dillon
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32:31 – (Vanity Fair) JUSTICE LEAGUE Screenwriter Chris Terrio Is Super Pissed Off
48:37 – (CBR, io9) TRAILER ROUND UP #1:
*JUPITER’S LEGACY First Trailer Swears No Legacy Lives Forever
*First GHOSTBUSTERS: AFTERLIFE Clip Introduces a Classic Villain’s New Form(s)
*Marvel Secrets in the New LOKI Trailer – The Avengers, Time-Keepers & More
1:02:23 – (The Mary Sue) Why We Make Some Supervillains Behave Monstrously
1:17:09 – (The Mary Sue, io9) TRAILER ROUND UP #2:
*John de Lancie Joins PICARD as Q in Season 2 Teaser Trailer!
*SPACE JAM 2’s First Trailer Looks Like READY PLAYER ONE, But With Sports
*A New BLACK WIDOW Trailer Has Major AVENGERS Vibes
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Episode Photo by: Bryant Dillon
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