In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly co-hosts welcome special guest Phillip Kelly (writer, filmmaker, and Fanbase Press Contributor) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including whether Buffy and Willow should have dated, how Darth Maul would have changed the Star Wars sequel trilogy, DC Comics' new Editor-in-Chief Marie Javins, and what to expect from Marvel's Wandavision.
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, and Drew Siragusa
Special guest: Phillip Kelly (writer, filmmaker, and Fanbase Press Contributor)
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21:19 - (io9) Alyson Hannigan Thinks Buffy and Willow Should Have Dated
32:32 - (Den Of Geek UK) How Darth Maul Would Have Completely Changed the STAR WARS Sequel Trilogy
47:32 - (Den Of Geek UK, Bleeding Cool) New DC Editor-in-Chief Marie Javins Brings Hope to the Comics Publisher/Gossip - DC Comics, Abandoning Comic Shops and Comic Cons?
1:08:01 - (Entertainment Weekly) Honey, I'm Chrome - Marvel prepares to take over TV with WANDAVISION
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