Comics Alliance Podcast, Episode 101: FF Reboot, Guardians of the Galaxy, TMNT Turns 30, and RoboCop Vs. Terminator Is Rad
Following last week’s absolutely unforgettable, star-studded and perhaps even scandalous100-episode spectacular, ComicsAlliance begins a new era of the best and longest running podcast covering comic book entertainment news.
Recorded on Friday, this episode features Senior Editors Andy Khouri and Caleb Goellner alongside writers Chris Sims and Andrew Wheeler for a deep and intense discussion of the most crucial topics affecting the comic book industry. Specifically, who was cast in another Fantastic Four movie; what people think about another superhero movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, that they never thought they’d like anyway; the 30th anniversary of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; and why RoboCop Vs. Terminator is awesome.
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Out-of-Context Highlights from Episode 101
Wheeler: Some people are racists.
Goellner: Does she play some kind of sex fiend?
Khouri: He can do the splits at seemingly any moment.
Sims: We are the world’s most beloved comic book site.
Goellner: [Marvel Studios posters] look like stacked clip art.
Khouri: I don’t want you to explain that.
Sims: I don’t understand why there aren’t four Elsa Bloodstone comics every month.
Wheeler: Turtles are universal.
Sims: Nobody cares about Googam, son of Goom, except me.
Khouri: It’s kind of rare that there’s a publishing announcement that inspires this kind of delight in all of us.
Goellner: They didn’t have to do anything weird to the turtles.
Sims: The last Zack Snyder movie I will admit to liking.
Khouri: I wrote a whole article about that stupid poster.
Sims: That game is a secret feminist manifesto, and I’m the only one who saw it.
Khouri: PLEASE MOVE ON FROM SUPERMAN VS. ALIENS.
Goellner: I am against [racism].
Wheeler: I have not listened to the previous 100 episodes.