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Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #49 of the podcast, recorded following the release of a brand new trailer for Zack Snyder's Justice League. So in the news this episode we're talking all about the trailer. We're also discussing the newly released trailer for Marvel Studios and Disney+'s upcoming The Falcon and the Winter Soldier series. We promise we would bring back the comic book reviews this episode and so we have three of them for you. All coming from DC Comics current Future State event. Neil is reviewing Dark Detective and Wonder Woman, whilst Martin is giving us his perspective on Robin Eternal. We've also got two film reviews lined up for you this episode as we take a look at Lionsgate's Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar and Warner Bros. Batman: Soul of the Dragon. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:32 News: Zack Snyder's Justice League Trailer 00:10:29 News: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Trailer 00:16:07 Review: DC Future State - Dark Detective 00:21:20 Review: Batman - Soul of the Dragon 00:29:25 Review: DC Future State - Robin Eternal 00:35:50 Review: Barb & Star Go To Vista Del Mar 00:45:55 Review: DC Future State - Wonder Woman 00:51:00 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #48 of the podcast! We've got plenty of ground to cover in this latest episode as we catch up on the news and talk all things Star Trek. In our news roundup we're talking the first trailer for Warner Bros. Godzilla vs. Kong, the announcement of Zack Snyder's Justice League release date, the first trailer for The CW's Superman & Lois, a brand new director for MGM's Tomb Raider sequel AND the news that a Harry Potter TV series may be in development at HBO Max. Then it's on to a bumper discussion on the Star Trek Universe celebrating the home entertainment release of Star Trek: Picard season 1 in the UK, the release of Star Trek: Lower Decks season 1 on Amazon Prime UK plus the completion of Discovery season 3 on Netflix. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:20 News: Godzilla vs. Kong trailer 00:04:08 News: Misha Green to direct Tomb Raider 2 00:05:45 News: Super & Lois trailer 00:11:45 News: Harry Potter series in development at HBO Max? 00:16:33 News: Justice League SnyderCut release date 00:21:20 Star Trek Universe Discussion 00:50:54 Patron Shoutout 00:51:47 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #47 of the podcast! It's a New Year and we're kicking off 2021 by discussing all of the latest news and reviewing one of our top shows of 2020. In the news we're talking about Walter Hamada's DC Films contract extension, the cancellation of Green Arrow & The Canaries and Sony Pictures decision to move the release date of Morbius due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. We've also got some personal news for you with the launch of our new weekly video news show and the launch of our brand new Patreon campaign. Then we finally sit down for a hilarious (and delirious) discussion on the first season of HBO Max's The Flight Attendant starring Kaley Cuoco. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:56 News: Walter Hamada extends DC Films contract 00:06:05 News: Green Arrow & the Canaries not moving forwards 00:09:04 News: Morbius shifts release dates to October 2021 00:12:33 News: GYCO News show on Twitter 00:13:37 News: Launching GYCO Patreon 00:17:20 Review: The Flight Attendant season 1 00:41:52 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #46 of the podcast! It's the final podcast of 2020 and we're planning on going out with a bang. In our news roundup we're talking in-depth about Warner Bros. plans to bring its 2021 slate to theatres and HBO Max. We're also discussing a huge update on production for various Star Trek series including Discovery (season 4), Picard (season 2), Strange New Worlds (season 1) and round out with the exciting news that Star Trek: Lower Decks is coming to Amazon Prime Video in January 2021. Then it's on to a review discussion on Warner Bros. latest DC Comics movie, Wonder Woman 1984. The film is in UK cinemas now and available in select theatres and on HBO Max in the US. Rounding out the final podcast of 2020 we list out our top 5 films, TV series and comic books of the year! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:40 News: Warner Bros. 2021 release shakeup 00:11:06 News: Star Trek TV series production update 00:17:09 Review: Wonder Woman 1984 (non-spoiler edition) 00:29:09 Review: Wonder Woman 1984 (spoiler edition) 00:45:54 Top 5 Film, TV and Comic Books of 2020 00:59:39 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #45 of the podcast! In this week's news we're covering the announcement that Wonder Woman 1984 will OFFICIALLY release in cinemas and on HBO Max in the US on December 25. Audiences here in the UK are confirmed to see the film in cinemas from December 16. We're also tackling the new that Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) is returning to Doctor Who this holiday season, Black Lightning is coming to an end on The CW and Jared Leto is officially returning as Joker for a scene in Zack Snyder's Justice League. For this week's reviews were focussing on the world of Ernest Cline's Ready Player franchise. We're discussing the first book, Ready Player One and its film adaptation by Steven Spielberg. Then we're tackling the recent release of sequel Ready Player Two which hit stores on November 24, 2020. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:18 News: Wonder Woman 1984 coming to cinemas/HBO Max 00:03:56 News: John Barrowman returning to Doctor Who 00:07:33 News: Black Lightning to end with season 4 00:10:45 News: Jared Leto confirmed for Justice League cameo 00:15:30 News: Chris Pratt to co-star in Thor: Love & Thunder 00:18:40 Ready Player One (book) discussion 00:22:43 Ready Player One (film) discussion 00:29:30 Ready Player Two review 00:43:00 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #44 of the podcast! In this week's news we're musing on DC Comics recent reveals of new costumes for Curran Walters and Javicia Leslie. Firstly DC's Titans revealed a first look at how Walters' Jason Todd will transform in to Red Hood in the third season. Then we discuss Leslie's first official look in costume as the brand new Batwoman. Leslie will debut as Ryan Wilder when the series returns for season 2 in January 2021. We're also talking about the news that production has kicked off in Atlanta on the as-yet-untitled Spider-Man 3, directed by Jon Watts and starring Tom Holland. For our reviews this episode we're discussing the excellent HBO and Sky Atlantic series Lovecraft Country which stars Jurnee Smollett and Jonathan Majors. You can catch the full first season streaming on HBO Max in the US and on Now TV in the UK. We're also reviewing the DC Comics Black Label series Batman: Three Jokers. All three issues are in stores and on digital now. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:35 News: Titan Red Hood Costume 00:08:16 News: Batwoman Season 2 Costume 00:15:03 News: Spider-Man 3 Begins Filming 00:19:59 Lovecraft Country Review 00:30:57 Batman: Three Jokers REview 00:43:31 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
It's Halloween this week and to celebrate we're back with an extra, mini-podcast with our recommendations of what to watch. Neil and Martin are bringing you their list of Halloween TV and movies for all audiences. Martin's got you covered if you like your family friendly witches and wizards. But if you like something a little more scary and gory then Neil has some recommendations for you! ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #43 of the podcast! In this week's news we are talking about the shifting release dates at Warner Bros. Pictures including the postponement of Matt Reeve's The Batman until March 2022. We're also catching up with a slew of news from the Star Trek Universe including the return of Kate Mulgrew and Alex Kurtzman's master plan for Trek on TV through 2027. Then we dive deep in to the murky world of Warner Bros. Animation's Batman: Death in the Family interactive movie. Neil and Martin review the film before interview two of the creatives behind it. Firstly Martin speaks with voice actor Vincent Martella about his return as Jason Todd. Then Neil sits down with writer-director Brandon Vietti to talk about crafting the film's interactive narrative. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:50 Star Trek news roundup 00:13:20 DC Films release shakeup 00:16:50 Soul goes to Disney+ 00:20:08 Batman: Death in the Family review 00:37:35 Vincent Martella interview 00:43:49 Brandon Vietti interview 00:54:15 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #42 of the podcast! This week our hosts Neil & Martin are covering not one but TWO new releases from Netflix: Enola Holmes starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, available to stream now, and the upcoming The Haunting of Bly Manor which releases its full season on October 9, 2020. Martin is also reviewing his latest read: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes written by Suzanne Collins and set in the world of her The Hunger Games trilogy. Neil is also tackling the undead with the first episode of AMC and Amazon Prime's The Walking Dead: World Beyond. In the news this week we're discussing the end of The CW's Supergirl, the beginning of HBO Max's Peacemaker and the news of more shifting release dates from the worlds of Marvel and James Bond. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:45 Supergirl Ending 00:06:42 HBO Max announces Peacemaker series 00:12:21 MCU shifts further release dates 00:17:51 Bond on the move / Cineworld to close UK cinemas 00:26:05 Enola Holmes 00:40:04 The Walking Dead: World Beyond 00:4738 The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes 01:02:29 The Haunting of Bly Manor 01:11:14 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #41 of the podcast! This week Neil & Martin are going back in to the virtual convention centre to talk about the second part of DC Comics special FanDome event. We're rounding up all the latest news including the season 3 renewal of Harley Quinn, updates on Star Trek: Discovery season 3 and a whole host of Disney+ news from the worlds of Marvel and Star Wars. We have a mind bending discussion about Christopher Nolan's Tenet giving our opinions on the first big screen release post-pandemic (part 1!). Neil gives us a couple of his film recommendations and then goes on to review DC Comics YA graphic novel, Teen Titans: Beast Boy, written by Kami Garcia. In our discussion topic we hear all about what you thought of DC FanDome and wrap up with a chat about what we will (or won't) be bringing to the table for episode #42. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:41 Harley Quinn renewed for season 3 00:05:07 Netflix confirms Star Trek: Discovery S3 premiere 00:06:29 The Mandalorian returns! 00:10:50 Disney+ debuts WandaVision trailer 00:16:55 Tatiana Maslany cast as She-Hulk 00:18:45 DC Universe becomes DC Universe Infinite 00:24:40 DC FanDome: Explore The Multiverse 00:29:59 Tenet review 00:44:15 Neil's film recommendations 00:53:40 Teen Titans: Beast Boy review 01:02:30 Your views on DC FanDome 01:04:45 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #40 of the podcast! This week Neil & Martin are diving deep in to the world of DC FanDome to talk all about the DC Comics themed event which took place on August 22. They'll be tackling all of the major panels from the day including Wonder Woman 1984, The Flash, The Suicide Squad, Black Adam, The Batman and the reveal of not one but TWO new DC Comics themed video games. Then Neil sits down for a chat with Tim Sheridan, the writer of DC and Warner Bros. Animations latest movie release Superman: Man of Tomorrow. Hear all about how Tim approached writing this younger version of the Man of Steel, voiced by Glee's Darren Criss. Then we round out the episode with a review of Superman: Man of Tomorrow and discuss what's coming up in episode #41. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:00:52 BatFleck Returns! 00:05:34 DC FanDome Intro 00:08:18 Wonder Woman 1984 00:19:56 Gotham Knights (video game) 00:26:52 Multiverse 101 00:36:21 The Flash (movie) 00:43:20 The Suicide Squad 00:51:57 Zack Snyder's Justice League 00:59:08 Black Adam 01:02:20 Aquaman 01:02:40 Shazam 01:05:22 Suicide Squad (video game) 01:09:12 The Batman 01:20:53 The Flash & Titans TV series' 01:29:06 Superman: Man of Tomorrow - Tim Sheridan Interview 01:44:07 Superman: Man of Tomorrow review 01:49:57 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #39 of the podcast! This week Neil & Martin have a lot to catch up on after a month away from podcasting. They're catching us up on the latest news, discussing the guest list for DC Comics virtual FanDome event, talking all the latest from the world of Star Trek and discussing their favourite moments from Comic-Con@Home. This episode we're also reviewing two series currently streaming from Netflix and HBO Max. First up its season 2 of Netflix's hit series The Umbrella Academy. Both seasons of the series are available to stream now. Then we're talking HBO Max and DC Universe's Doom Patrol season 2. That series will be coming to UK soon via StarzPlay. Finally we asked you at home to tell us whether you class yourself as a fan of "Old Trek," "New Trek" or "All Trek" in a Star Trek special discussion topic celebrating the release of the animated comedy series Star Trek: Lower Decks. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:30 DC FanDome event 00:13:15 Comic-Con@Home roundup 00:18:30 Star Trek: Lower Decks 00:23:23 Star Trek: Discovery 00:24:35 The Boys season 2 00:26:20 The New Mutants 00:31:00 The Umbrella Academy season 2 review 00:43:53 Doom Patrol season 2 review 00:59:55 Star Trek discussion 01:05:02 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #38 of the podcast! This week Neil & Martin have a bumper section of news to catch you up on including the announcement of DC Comics FanDome event, Michael Keaton potentially returning as Batman, a roundup of Disney+ news and a discussion on the first trailer for new Warner Bros. animated movie Superman: Man of Tomorrow. On the review front we’re discussing the first two seasons of DC Universe’s Harley Quinn animated series, the return of Martin’s favourite series, Doom Patrol, and rounding up some of the films and series we’ve been watching over lockdown. This episode Neil is also reviewing the BOOM! Studios comic book Wynd which we’ve talked about in previous episodes. Finally we’ll get to find out what he thought of the first issue of the James Tynion IV series! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:37 DC announces FanDome event 00:13:32 Michael Keaton in talks The Flash appearance 00:22:53 Wynd #1 gets second printing from BOOM! Studios 00:24:50 Disney+ roundup 00:26:27 Superman: Man of Tomorrow trailer released 00:33:00 Lucifer renewed for sixth season 00:34:06 Harley Quinn Seasons 1 & 2 discussion 00:55:24 Wynd #1 review 01:00:56 John Wick 1 & 2 review 01:08:22 The Umbrella Academy Season 1 reivew 01:15:35 Doom Patrol Season 2, episodes 1-3 review 01:33:21 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
It's time for episode 37 of the Get Your Comic On Podcast! This week we're tackling breaking news topics including a huge change for The CW's Batwoman as lead Ruby Rose quits the series. With confirmation from Caroline Dries that a new lead will be taking over we're discussing the future of the freshman DCTV show. We're also talking the announcement that Zack Snyder is returning to complete his vision for Justice League in a new super-cut which will debut on HBO Max sometime in 2021. For our reviews this week we're taking a look at two brand new TV series. First up we're talking about Amazon Prime's new slow-burn espionage thriller, Alex Rider. Based on the hugely successful book series from Anthony Horowitz. Second we're discussing the latest in the pantheon of DC Comics TV series with Geoff John's Stargirl which debuts new episodes weekly on DC Universe. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:20 Ruby Rose exits Batwoman 00:21:33 DC leaves Diamond Comics Distribution 00:26:01 BOOM! Studios Wynd 00:28:23 Zack Snyder's Justice League coming to HBO Max 00:42:46 Alex Rider season 1 review 00:50:29 DC's Stargirl season 1 review 01:02:05 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Episode 36 of the Get Your Comic On Podcast is here! This week we're tackling breaking news topics including The CW's announcement that new DCTC episodes won't return until January 2021, DC Universe's Swamp Thing airing on The CW and the announcement of a brand new Star Trek series called Strange New Worlds. Then in our movie review we're talking Justice League Dark: Apokolips War. The latest epic adventures from Warner Bros. Animation and DC Comics pits members of the Justice League, Justice League Dark, Teen Titans and Suicide Squad against the DC Universe's most apocalyptic foe, Darkseid. We're also interview two of the film's cast: Jason O'Mara (Batman) and Matt Ryan (Constantine) plus screenplay writer Ernie Altbacker! We also share some of your thoughts on the DC Animated Movie Universe and launch our latest competition! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:05:00 The CW announces DCTV delays 00:16:38 Doom Patrol returns for season 2 00:18:11 Swamp Thing is heading to The CW 00:22:18 Star Trek: Strange New Worlds announcement 00:27:57 Justice League Dark: Apokolips War 00:37:58 Ernie Altbacker interview 00:49:02 Jason O'Mara interview 01:08:12 Matt Ryan interview 01:29:20 Listeners thoughts on DC animated movies 01:34:49 Competition 01:36:18 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Episode 35 of the Get Your Comic On Podcast is here and this week we're doing things a little differently! This week we're doing something a little more visual for those of you who like to catch your podcasts on YouTube, we're playing Cryptozoic's excellent tabletop card collector game, DC Deck Builder. You can watch us play on YouTube or listen along on your favourite podcast platform as Neil and Martin talk you through a round of this simple to learn but fun, DC themed game whilst talking you through the latest news and reviewing Warner Bros. animated movie Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge. To celebrate the release of Mortal Kombat Legends we've got an exclusive interview with actor Patrick Seitz, the voice of Scorpion in the movie! ------------------------------------ Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
Episode 34 of the Get Your Comic On Podcast is here! This week we're dedicating the entire episode to the 80th birthday of none other than the Boy Wonder himself, no not Martin, but Dick Grayson and the rest of DC Comics wonderful cast of Robin's. As DC releases it's 100-page Super Spectacular to celebrate 80 years of the character we're diving deep on which Robin's are our favourites, what storylines have impacted us most and also sharing our thoughts on all the live-action interpretations of the character. We also review the Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular and give a preview of the upcoming YA graphic novel The Lost Carnival which stars none other than the original Boy Wonder, Dick Grayson! We also share some of your thoughts on the character including another appearance by our favourite cosplayer Chester aka PJ Boy Wonder! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:03:47 Dick Grayson 00:37:54 Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, Damian Wayne 01:05:45 Carrie Kelley 01:08:12 Listener Comments 01:14:46 Robin 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular 01:19:45 The Lost Carnival: A Dick Grayson Graphic Novel 01:22:43 Outro ----------------------------------- Theme - "Cataclysmic Molten Core" by Jingle Punks
We are back with the 33rd episode of the GYCO Podcast as we pick up the pieces in the wake of so many delayed releases thanks to the Coronavirus pandemic. Neil reviews two books this week, firstly he takes on The Oracle Challenge with the latest YA graphic novel released by DC Comics. The exciting book, written by Marieke Njikamp takes on a new an exciting origin story for DC's legendary Barbara Gordon. In his second review Neil is talking volume one of Insight Editions exciting comic series Vei by Sara B. Elfgren and Karl Johnsson. Martin is branching out this week and reviewing the eighth book in the Rivers of London series by Ben Aaranovitch and together the boys are reviewing the latest DC Comics animated movie from Warner Bros., Superman: Red Son. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:19 News - Film and TV series hit by Coronavirus 00:07:05 News - Spider-Man 3 to film in July 09:55:00 Review - The Oracle Code 00:18:03 Review - Superman: Red Son 00:31:49 Review - Rivers of London book 8 00:48:38 Review - Vei Volume 1 ----------------------------------- The Oracle Code trailer courtesy of DC Comics Superman: Red Son trailer courtesy of Warner Bros. RETRO Xcape by Lahar https://soundcloud.com/musicbylahar Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/retro-xcape Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/eHHMlcSVBgE Alpine by Declan DP https://soundcloud.com/declandp Licensing Agreement: http://declandp.info/music-licensing Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/alpine-declan-dp Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/gThlJacoyAI
We are back with a bumper 32nd episode of the GYCO Podcast this week as we welcome Chester, aka Pajama Boy Wonder, to the podcast for an extended interview about all things cosplay. Neil reviews not one, not two but THREE films this week as he takes on The Invisible Man (2020), Vivarium (2020) and the latest release from Disney Pixar, Onward. As we promised Martin is back on the comic books this week as he reviews the DC Black Label book Hellblazer which ties in to the murky world of Sandman. There's also time for us to chat about our trip to London Film and Comic Con Spring from last weekend on top of a quick news round up! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:01 News - Leicester Square film statues 00:04:20 News - Dan DiDio leaves DC Comics 00:07:54 News - Joker live concert tour 00:12:12 Review - The Invisible Man 00:24:28 Review - Vivarium 00:34:53 Review - The Sandman Universe Presents: Hellblazer 00:45:48 London Film & Comic Con Spring 01:01:42 Interview - Pajama Boy Wonder 01:47:50 Review - Onward 01:58:55 Outro ----------------------------------- The Invisible Man trailer courtesy of Universal Pictures Vivarium trailer courtesy of Saban Films Onward trailer courtesy of Walt Disney Studios RETRO Xcape by Lahar https://soundcloud.com/musicbylahar Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/retro-xcape Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/eHHMlcSVBgE Alpine by Declan DP https://soundcloud.com/declandp Licensing Agreement: http://declandp.info/music-licensing Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/alpine-declan-dp Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/gThlJacoyAI
This week our hosts Neil and Martin are back to talk the latest DC Films movie, the epically titled Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) which is in cinemas worldwide now! We're also catching up about a special Birds of Prey themed roller disco which we went to in London before the launch of the movie. In a second movie review we're talking about Paramount Pictures Sonic The Hedgehog which hits cinemas on February 14, 2020. Be warned there are spoilers aplenty! In the news this week we discuss Birds of Prey's opening weekend at the worldwide box office as well as Whoopi Goldberg joining season two of the fantastic Star Trek: Picard and the news that Shazam 2 may begin filming in July 2020! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:44 News - BoP Box Office 00:08:50 News - Patrick Stewart invites Whoopi on to Picard S2 00:12:45 News - Shazam 2 to potentially film in Summer 00:16:45 Review - Birds of Prey 00:56:05 Review - Sonic The Hedgehog 01:14:50 Discussion - Harley Quinn Roller Disco 01:22:51 - Outro ----------------------------------- Birds of Prey trailer courtesy of Warner Bros. UK Sonic the Hedgehog trailer courtesy of Paramount Pictures UK RETRO Xcape by Lahar https://soundcloud.com/musicbylahar Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/retro-xcape Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/eHHMlcSVBgE Alpine by Declan DP https://soundcloud.com/declandp Licensing Agreement: http://declandp.info/music-licensing Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/alpine-declan-dp Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/gThlJacoyAI
We're back for our second podcast of the week! Following the final part of Crisis On Infinite Podcasts, Neil and Martin return with a special episode discussing the launch of new Amazon Prime Video series Star Trek: Picard! The series brings Sir Patrick Stewart back to the role of Jean-Luc Picard alongside a number of new and returning favourites. Our hosts discuss their Star Trek fandom and how they discovered the series before moving on to discuss attending the UK premiere of Picard alongside stars of the show and walking the red carpet in London's Leicester Square. Then it's on to a mildly spoiling discussion of the first three episodes of the series, followed by a more in-depth chat about the first episode which is available to stream now! We close out the episode by talking about some our favourite Jean-Luc Picard moments in history and reading out some of yours! ----------------------------------- Star Trek: Picard trailer courtesy of Amazon Prime Video UK Epic Trailer Music by Serge Narcissoff | @sergenarcissoff Music promoted by www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Welcome to final parts of Crisis On Infinite Podcasts! The podcast event of the year brings together heroes from across the Multiverse to discuss this year's groundbreaking five-part DCTV crossover starring the heroes of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman! Join our regular hosts on the GYCO podcast - Neil and Martin - as they are joined by Nicola from We Have A Hulk, Jim and Rob from Earth-9 DC and Ben from X-Geeks for this mega crossover discussion. In this episode these legends of the podcast-verse tackle the final two hours of the crossover, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow, as well as discussing whether the entire crossover event was the success they had all been hoping for. You can listen back to episode one via our website, episode two over with We Have a Hulk and episode three with Earth-9 DC!
Happy New Year and welcome back to the GYCO Podcast! For our first show of the new decade we're taking a look at what our hosts Neil and Martin are looking forward to in 2020. We're also taking a look back at our highlights of 2019 featuring your contributions in our latest discussion topic. For our big film review we're debating the pros and cons of Disney's billion dollar blockbuster, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. Did we enjoy the latest and last, divisive, entry in the Skywalker Saga? Over the Christmas period we were blown away by Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss's epic retelling of Bram Stokers Dracula so we're also diving deep on all three episodes of this latest remake. Over the festive period there were plenty of new trailer releases so we are talking about three of the biggest: Wonder Woman 1984, Bond 25 aka No Time To Die and the latest DC Universe series, Stargirl. ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:00 Wonder Woman 1984 Trailer 00:19:00 No Time To Die Trailer 00:35:27 Stargirl Trailer 00:43:37 Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Review 01:06:17 Dracula Review 01:21:05 2019 Year In Review / 2020 Preview 01:36:45 Outro ----------------------------------- Wonder Woman 1984 trailer courtesy of Warner Bros. No Time To Die trailer courtesy of Universal Pictures. Stargirl trailer courtesy of The CW/Warner Bros. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker trailer courtesy of Disney. Dracula trailer courtesy of BBC. Planet Hell by Serge Narcissoff | @sergenarcissoff 80s Background Theme by Serge Narcissoff | @sergenarcissoff Music promoted by www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
Welcome to part one of Crisis On Infinite Podcasts! The podcast event of the year brings together heroes from across the Multiverse to discuss this year's groundbreaking five-part DCTV crossover starring the heroes of Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow and Batwoman! Join our regular hosts on the GYCO podcast - Neil and Martin - as they are joined by Nicola from We Have A Hulk, Jim and Rob from Earth-9 DC and Ben from X-Geeks for this mega crossover discussion. In this episode these legends of the podcast-verse tackle the first hour of the crossover, Supergirl, as well as discussing their hopes, dreams and fears going in to the TV event of year. When you're done with this episode head over to We Have A Hulk where part two will be available from December 17.
This week on the GYCO Podcast our hosts Neil and Martin have a bumper selection of film and TV series to discuss. Martin tells us all about his trip to see Frozen 2 where he got to watch the film alongside a Q&A session with the director, writer and producer of the film. Then Neil tells us about his trips to the cinema to see screenings of the latest release of STX Films, 21 Bridges and the excellent Knives Out from Lionsgate which is written and directed by Rian Johnson. On the TV side the pair discuss the first batch of episodes from Disney+ series The Mandalorian and also the finale of Titans season 2 from DC Universe. In our discussion poll we asked you whether you re-watch Star Wars in release order, chronological order or in some other magical order. Find out the results here! ----------------------------------- 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:04 News 00:19:10 New Releases 00:21:05 Frozen 2 00:32:28 The Mandalorian 1x01-3 00:46:44 21 Bridges 00:56:04 Titans 2x11-13 01:24:37 Knives Out 01:33:13 Star Wars Watch Order Poll 01:36:10 Outro ----------------------------------- Crisis On Infinite Earths trailer courtesy of The CW/WB Frozen 2 trailer courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures 21 Bridges trailer courtesy of STX Films Knives Out trailer courtesy of Lionsgate Planet Hell by Serge Narcissoff | @sergenarcissoff Music promoted by www.free-stock-music.com Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/deed.en_US
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Get Your Comic On
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Feb 3rd, 2019
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Feb 17th, 2021
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51
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