In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly co-hosts welcome special guests Tilly and Susan Bridges (writers - Killswitch / co-founders - Pendant Audio) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including NASA's new discovery about the Moon, Oscar Isaac's possible casting as Moon Knight, Ray Fischer's speaking out about the Justice League production, and how Satanic Panic influenced kids' media.
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, Drew Siragusa, and Barbra Dillon
Special guests: Tilly and Susan Bridges (writers - Killswitch / co-founders - Pendant Audio)
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21:07 - (NBC News) Moon has more water than previously thought, scientists say
29:24 - (Variety, CBR, GamesRadar+) Oscar Isaac in Talks to Star in MOON KNIGHT Series at Disney Plus/MOON KNIGHT - Disney+ Series Finds Its Director/Who is Moon Knight and what are his powers?
38:39 - (Forbes) Interview - Ray Fisher Speaks Out On “Toxic” Set And WarnerMedia Investigation Into JUSTICE LEAGUE Production
53:21 - (Jezebel) Thank the Satanic Panic for BEETLEJUICE, THE ADDAMS FAMILY, and the Golden Age of Creepy Kids' Shit
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