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Jul 9, 2018

In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by @TeaBerryBlue as they discuss Margot Robbie promising a diverse cast for the Birds of Prey movie, wonder if toxic fandom will be the undoing of the Star Wars franchise, and celebrate a special wedding on Steven Universe in This Week in Queer.

This Week's Topics Include:

BIG OPENING:

  • KEVIN: MI: Fallout director sites toxic fandom for not wanting to direct Star Wars
  • TEA: NY Times spoils ending of Batman/Catwoman wedding

 

DOWN AND NERDY:

 

  • KEVIN: Ant-Man & The Wasp, Astonishing X-Men, Catwoman
  • TEA: Steven Universe, GLOW, Ta-Nehesi Coates’ Cap

 

 

STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER: Margot Robbie promises diverse cast in Birds of Prey

 

THIS WEEK IN QUEER: Steven Universe features Cartoon Network’s first same-sex proposal

 

CLIP OF THE WEEK: Trailer released for Wolfman’s Got Nards documentary                                                           

 

THE WEEK IN GEEK:

 

MOVIES

 

TV

 

COMICS

  • Marvel announces mashup character books spinning off Infinity Wars
  • When Fantastic Four returns it will introduce a new female villain
  • A Shatterstar limited series is coming in October
  • DC to promote Superman comics on TV
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