Episode 80 - I'm Down With A Cyborg Shark Movie - Week of 9/20/17

The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of the MoviePass concept. This is a subscription-type service which grants you admission to a participating movie screen every 24 hours (some restrictions apply). Is this a viable concept? We discuss it here. And as always, our picks of the week.

What we're up to this week:
Trade Pile - Cyrus Perkins and the Haunted Taxi Cab (Action Lab) - very likeable ghost story/crime story from a couple of years ago
More Trade Pile - Alien Legion book from 2015, Fire by Brian Michael Bendis, Sherlock Holmes Crime Alleys (Dark Horse)
More More Trade Pile - The Greatest Villains of the Fantastic Four - here's a decent image of the cover in question
[Apparently we all read comics this week. Go figure, right? :-) -m]

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The MoviePass article that got us started on this topic.

Episode 79 - It's Not Ridiculously Cheery, Is It? - Week of 9/13/17

The Fellowship is pleased to present our celebration of the 25th anniversary of Batman The Animated Series. This show broke a lot of ground, jumpstarting Warner animation and cementing Batman (and comics in general) in mainstream culture. And as always, our picks of the week.

What we're up to this week:
Half Price Books haul - two locations, too many books :-)
Alien Legion - collections from Epic Comics; good stuff
The Warlord: The Savage Empire - Mike Grell stuff from the 70s; would make a cool movie
Also caught a Jerry Lewis movie marathon over the holiday weekend (movie geekout tangent)

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Happy 25th birthday to the show, and thanks to all who helped make it for the wonderful memories.