We start this week’s episode talking about the idea of a reboot for The Lost Boys. How well will it do? What concerns do we have? Will they have leather jackets and big ‘80s hair? Next, we jump from ‘80s horror movies to ‘90s video games. Anthony Mackie is starring in and producing a Twisted Metal-inspired television show. What do we remember about the original video game and what do we want to see in the series?
Finally, we follow up on the latest from the Scarlett Johanson versus Disney lawsuit. What changes has it led to? What does it mean for the future of movies? We discuss it all.
This Week In Pop Culture
Big week again this week as we talk about the end of X-Men: The Animated Series, then onto the cult classic nerd series Chuck. Jonathan talks about H.G.Wells and Firefly, along with a few other events that happened this week.
This week, Greg jumps into fall television with the debut of Ordinary Joe, while Jonathan revisits Primordial #1 and talks about a comic shop he visited on his recent trip.
This week was the anniversary of the infamous Happy Days episode in which Fonzi jumps over a shark. Of course, the term is now a well-known part of pop culture vocabulary. So we decided to discuss when some of our favorite shows may have jumped the shark.
We start the week out by revisiting a book that we started about a month ago. You better have your appetite ready as we talk about Eat The Rich #2. Then we check out the newest superhero in Impossible Jones #1. Over in the Marvel Universe, we mourn the death of a major character in The Death of Doctor Strange #1. Finally, we head into the woods with Frontiersman #1.
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