Sun, 25 February 2018
Recorded on Facebook Live February 25, 2018.
It's that time of the month, when John gets a hankering for taking a look at all things pop culture and reviewing them with a group of people whose opinion he trusts. This month, the focus is on Marvel's Black Panther movie. John is joined by Denise Lhamon of The Weekly Podioplex and artist Mike Fichera. Together they discuss Dan Persons' assertion that Marvel didn't really push the envelope when it came to the social message of the movie. Plus, they chat about the glut of super hero projects in general and is the bubble about to burst with thanks to commentary from Ken Holtzhouser. It's all here, plus a little Bringing it to the Table for a new In Review for February 2018.
3:40 - John is thrilled that the very short-lived 80s TV series The Master has been released on Blu-Ray in a remastered format, but he continues to question the powers that be that won't do the same for The Six Million Dollar Man & The Bionic Woman.
6:10 - Mike addresses the concerns that there is too many Marvel movies to keep up with, a discussion that will continue well into the episode.
11:45 - The Batcave Podcast promo
48:50 - Ken Holtzhauser opines on the glut of super hero entertainment and how we might just be reaching the bursting of the bubble.
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