In the latest episode, the Fanbase Press staff welcomes guests Chris Johnson (artist - IDW's TMNT and Star Trek / Earth-2 Comics) and Casey King (actor - Star Trek: Picard) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including closing a plot hole from Back to the Future, how Hollywood will move forward in light of the pandemic, the upcoming Mandalorian documentary on Disney+, and DC's digital expansion and the future of the comics industry.
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, and Barbra Dillon
Special guests: Chris Johnson (artist - IDW's TMNT and Star Trek / Earth-2 Comics) and Casey King (actor - Star Trek: Picard)
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19:35 - (The Hollywood Reporter) BACK TO THE FUTURE Screenwriter Closes Plot Hole Amid Renewed Debate
32:16 - (Variety) Post-Pandemic Hollywood - Inside Plans to Make Movie and TV Sets Safe Again
44:21 - (io9) THE MANDALORIAN Documentary's First Trailer Goes Behind the Scenes on Bringing Baby Yoda to Life
53:38 - (Newsarama) DC’s Digital First ‘Expansion’ May Be Foreshadowing Much Bigger Changes
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