Episode 83 is now live!!!!
Join our heroes Stan, Andy, and Chris as we tangent our way into ingenuity and madness such as the secret mythos of Ethan Cobblepot AKA the Wing of the Night (Gotham’s newest vigilante protector!), the Willem Dafoe multiverse theorem, Stan’s newfound love for Katana, and our million dollar ideas to transform the entire fabric of superhero television as we know it!
For a crash course into Katana and Luke Cage, and so many other superheroes and teams, check out the fantastic podcast “Geek History Lesson” hosted by Jason Inman and Ashley Robinson! Check out their website at http://geekhistorylesson.com/
To learn more about Katana, check out this episode: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-inman-2/geek-history-lesson/e/ghl-ep-119-katana-suicide-squad-45081362
To learn more about Luke Cage, check out this episode: http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/jason-inman-2/geek-history-lesson/e/ghl-ep-131-luke-cage-46603966
Also, don’t forget to check out Ryan’s podcast “Cannibalism and Coffee” to coincide with the release of Cannibal #1 by Image Comics! You can find her show at https://soundcloud.com/cannibalismandcoffee. You can also find her on Twitter at @The_Red_Horror.
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