Joe, Brandon, and Allan start off with the wide variety of holiday releases from parodies to heroes, Guardians of the Galaxy to the Dial of Destiny. Then, they wonder if cat scratch fever is actually controlling your mind. It just might. There are lots of new televisions shows coming out and the guys are of mixed opinions about them.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan begin with heavy hearts as the Batman universe says farewell to the iconic voice of Kevin Conroy. Joe brings up the latest movie with Daniel Radcliff, Weird – The Weird Al Yankovic Story. The guys all agree that Daniel is making a great career out of off beat movies. Brandon leads a heartfelt review of Wakanda Forever and his hopes for future projects. They wrap up with a preview of the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention.
Brandon offers up a few insights into the changing future of D.C. movies. Josh Mason joins the guys to talk about making fan movies. Memphis has an E-Sports team based at the University of Memphis, and HBO-Max is making some hard choices and letting some shows like West World go.
Joe and Brandon leap straight into how over sharing a character’s back story makes them less interesting. Brandon goes over a lot of the changes at D.C. Studios. Joe and Allan enjoy news from Mars that proves a few of their old predictions can come true. Then, Max leans into his theory about the prison system portrayed on Andor.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan welcome Jonathan and Hutch from the University of Memphis E-Sports team to the show. The guys learn just how massive the e-sports world really is. They wrap up with the news that a humanoid-style robot built on an AI platform appeared before Britain’s House of Lords.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan get started with the surge in short videos across the social media platforms then they get down the serious business of the history of the Monster Cereal Universe and the modern fates of childhood favorites Count Chocula, Franken Berry, Boo Berry, Yummy Mummy, and Fruit Brute. The guys wrap up with a look at the developments in “Andor”.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan are joined by the Amazing Mr. Roberts, Mr. Bill, and Hanna to talk about upcoming are conventions, nostalgia collections, and the strength of the amazing eight-year-old overcoming major health issues. They wrap up the show with a glowing review of the new release “Werewolf By Night”.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan take a trip with Max into the anime series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures. Allan is excited to talk about the NASA program DART which just scored a direct hit. American Airlines has a strange issue with their in-flight intercom systems. Then the whole patrol gets to discuss the many things that the new Star Wars property “Andor” is getting right.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan are surrounds by the crowds as they discuss the fun and food of festivals. The guys dive into topics like the Blues, BBQ, Elvis, and so much more that all make Memphis great. They wrap up with a talk about D23 and all of the content that Disney has coming out over the next few years from Marvel to the expanding Star Wars universe.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan start off with the new horror movie involving Winnie the Pooh. As more characters like this enter the public domain, more unusual uses like “Blood and Honey” will be forthcoming. Brandon also has a prediction about changes coming up in the streaming services and how content is divided up. They wrap up by getting into The Sandman. The comic book cult classic is finally now a live action that is delivering the goods.