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Mar 1, 2021

In the return of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Aaron Porchia (@Porchia) as they discuss all the new shows coming to Paramount+, the new trailer for Disney/Pixar's Luca, and celebrate a nostalgic BTS look at Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman as our Strong Female Character of the Week. 

This Week's Topics Include:

SINCE WE’VE BEEN GONE: Charisma Carpenter speaks out about Joss Whedon - New trailer for Snyder Cut Justice League - Gina Carano fired from The Mandalorian & future Star Wars shows - New Constantine will be diverse - Tim Burton directing Wednesday Addams series - New trailer for Invincible

 

BIG OPENING:  



DOWN & NERDY: 

 

  • KEVIN:  Antebellum, Possessor, The Equalizer, Batwoman, Superman & Lois, The Cruising Diaries
  • AARON:  Charmed, Agents of SHIELD, I Care A Lot,  WandaVision

 

 

STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER:  Flashback to BTS of Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman

 

THIS WEEK IN QUEER: Hasbro reintroduces a gender neutral Potato Head

 

CLIP OF THE WEEK: New teaser for Luca

 

THE WEEK IN GEEK: 

MOVIES

 

TV

 

COMIC BOOKS

  • The Big Two (WB/DC and Disney/Marvel) make statement denouncing anti-asian racism 
  • Marvel announces Reptil series from designer of Flame Con Flamies, Terry Blas

 

SHILF

  • KEVIN:  Agent May
  • AARON:  Agent Coulson
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