We start this week’s episode with a ton of news items including discussions of the Netflix Pinocchio teaser trailer and some Star Wars casting news. In addition, we have a discussion of the state of DC with the departure of Daniel Cherry and how much longer IDW will stay in business with losing the rights to G.I. Joeand Transformers.
Pop Culture History
Greg and Michael discuss the miniseries Roots and the idea of television events in general. Greg brings up Michael Jackson being burned while taping a Pepsi commercial, and Michael wraps things up with a children’s author by the name of Bill Peet.
Once again, the crew slogs through the latest episode of The Book of Boba Fett before we move on to the featured comics which include, Mary Jane & Black Cat Beyond #1 and Stray Dogs: Dog Days #2.
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