Episode fifty two where the guys talk Batman, Supergirl Being Super, The Kamandi Challenge, Quantum Teens Are Go, The Belfry & The Old Guard in addition to Kids Baking Championship, Metal Earth Models, Black Mirror and Future’s HNDRXX album
GLAAD has released their annual media award nominees this week and as per the usual, it’s straight fucking fire. Comics nominees are Saga, Love is Love, Black Panther, Midnighter/Midnighter & Apollo, DC Bombshells, Lumberjanes, Kim & Kim, The Woods, Patsy Walker aka Hellcat & All New X-Men. Other nominees include Star Trek Beyond in film; Super Girl, Black Mirror, Wynonna Erp, Orphan Black & Stevens Universe in TV & former podcast recommendations Blood Orange Freetown Sound & Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange in music. Wow. Details at GLAAD’s website
2016 brought an increasing number of comic based programs to television. Josh joins me in discussing a large cross-section of what both worked and did not these past twelve months.
Cosmo: This year, the DC/CW brand continued its bold expansion, launching one new series (Legends of Tomorrow) and annexing a another (Supergirl). Before we get to those, and the Arrowverse’s namesake, let’s begin with what I feel remains the most consistently successful of the CW shows: Flash.
Josh how are you feeling about the series?
DC Comics will be publishing a four issue miniseries titled Supergirl: Being Super written by Mariko Tamaki of This One Summer, Tomb Raider & TMNT: Casey & April with art from Joelle Jones of Lady Killer, Helheim, Scarlet Witch & Superman: American Alien. It’s exciting. More details at Hollywood Reporter