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TUESDAYS – Fighting In The War Room: A Film and Pop Culture Discussion Podcast
WEDNESDAYS – The Thought Bubble: A Comics Culture Q&A Podcast
FRIDAYS – Review of a New Release 

Thought Bubble Special – Netflix’s Daredevil

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Your Comics Questions Answered!

A podcast about Comics Pop Culture!

Hello FITWR listeners, Republic City Dispatch fantatics and Storm of Spoilers/Cast of Kings fantasy nerds, we’re back…for a SPECIAL!

New comics enthusiast Joanna Robinson of Vanity Fair’s Hollywood and The Station Agents podcast is joined by a guy who is happy to see Matt Murdock free of Frank Miller,  Da7e Gonzales of Geek.com,  Latino-Review.com and Forbes.com, to talk about Netflix’s 13-episode series Daredevil.

No matter your level of engagement, if you’re interested in comic books and their surrounding pop culture, this show’s for you!

You can find all our old episodes at BatmanVSupermanEnterTheKnight.com!

SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS for the next episode here in the comments, or e-mail us at [email protected]

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Episode Links:

The Thought Bubble Good Reads Account

Easter Eggs and References in Daredevil

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STORM OF SPOILERS – Efficiency is Coming

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A PODCAST FOR PEOPLE WHO ARE ALL CAUGHT UP AND WANT TO TALK ABOUT SPOILERS

With Joanna Robinson from Vanity Fair, Dave Gonzales from Geek.com and Neil Miller from Film School Rejects!

WARNING

If you’re looking for spoiler-free dissection of the highest caliber, you’re looking for A CAST OF KINGS (click there)

Welcome Back! Joanna, Neil and Da7e are back to talk about Game of Thrones again!  This week, only a few of the people we love get off a boat and we get our first narrative-changing flashback. This flashback was missing something, though, which leads to everyone trying to pronounce “valanqor.” Sansa, Varrick, and Mance are all majorly off-book and there isn’t a Greyjoy in sight. Cersei’s religious troubles start in a box on the way to the Sept (where nothing on the show can be interpreted from the book correctly, I guess), Tyrion is boxed on his way to Pentos, Jon Snow and Melisandre discuss Jon’s virginity in a box, Sansa is in a carriage (box) with Littlefinger, the dragons are sort of in a box (with magical collars of expanding metal) – Boxes!

Also: Which kind of Truther are you? Is Mance really alive? Is Lady Stoneheart still on the horizon? Cold Hands won’t die? ARE THERE PEOPLE WHO WANT A KINGSMOOT?

Follow Neil (@rejects), Joanna (@jowrotethis) and Da7e (@da7e) on Twitter!

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A Storm of Spoilers theme by schädel

This week’s closing track:

“Draecarys” by Daenerys and the Targaryens

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67 – We Talk About Superhero Movies Too Much

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And their villains are uninteresting

This week, Katey, Da7e, and Patches are at the whims of THE EHRLICH, who thinks we talk about superhero movies too much online, on social media and in publications. He wants to discuss why and not so much the upcoming superhero films. Then, on a stay-cation with his girlfriend, David enjoys Matthew Vaughn’s Kingsmen: The Secret Service twice. Finally, why are all these mainstream blockbuster movies populated by uninteresting villains?

Follow the show (@FITWR), Katey (@kateyrich)  Patches (@misterpatches), Da7e (@da7e) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner).

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FORMAT

00:00 – Lightning Round: PLAH MAH MER KAHP

01:54 –   Intro: Welcome To Episode 67!  

3:00 –  Tidbit: We talk about superhero movies too much

17:49 – Mini Segment: Kingsmen

23:59 –  Segment 3: Uninteresting Villains

46:14 – Outro

 

Music Breaks 

Tidbit

Mini

Seg. 3

Outro

REVIEW – Ex Machina

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With returning guest Jordan Hoffman!

This week, Katey, David, and Patches summon Guardian and New York Daily News film critic Jordan Hoffman to conduct a Turing Test, to see they really have the brains for this sorta thing. The results are debatable. But, hey, at least this review of Ex Machina is fun! That, a discussion on Clouds of Sils Maria, and your answers to this week’s foreign actor-themed lightning round question on this week’s review episode.

Take a listen, embed and/or download below; for more from all of us on Twitter: follow the show (@FITWR), Katey (@kateyrich), Patches (@misterpatches) and David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner). Follow special guest Jordan Hoffman at @jhoffman

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