In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly welcome special guest Matt Corrigan (co-host, The Launchpad Podcast) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including the multiverse competition between Marvel and DC, why viewers can't watch Shang-Chi safely at home during a global pandemic, the comics publishing storm surrounding Action Lab, and the responsibility that creators may (or may not) bear for the impact of their stories.
Co-hosts: Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, and Barbra Dillon
Special guest: Matt Corrigan (co-host, The Launchpad Podcast)
This month's sponsor: This episode of The Fanbase Weekly Podcast is sponsored by the Dreamer Comics Podcast, which is now recording on Stereo. The Dreamer Comics Podcast talks about the process of how comics are made. Each week, they interview a different writer, penciler, inker, colorist, editor, letterer, marketer, or you name it - as long as they break down their craft. Check out their live shows on the app Stereo by going to stereo.com/omarspahi.
21:42 - (GamesRadar+) Marvel and DC are in a Multiversal arms race in comic books and on the screen
33:48 - (Forbes, The AV Club) I Want To Pay Disney $30 To Watch SHANG-CHI Safe At Home, But I Can’t/Patty Jenkins says the movies released on streaming services "look like fake movies"
45:59 - (Bleeding Cool) Rich Johnston Talks To Bryan Seaton About Action Lab
56:35 - (Buzz Dixon) How Much Responsibility Do I Bear?
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