In the latest episode, The Fanbase Weekly co-hosts welcomes guest Javier Hernandez (founder - Latino Comics Expo, creator - El Muerto: Casa del Diablo) to discuss the latest geek news stories of the week, including a possible Schumacher cut of Batman Forever, the impact of Carol Kalish on the comic book industry, the future of Tron 3, and how UK's scientific minds are educating readers about the Coronoavirus with comics.
Cast members: Bryant Dillon, Claire Thorne, Barbra Dillon and Drew Siragusa
Special guest: Javier Hernandez (founder - Latino Comics Expo, creator - El Muerto: Casa del Diablo)
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23:01 - (io9) Release the Schumacher Cut, You Cowards
36:58 - (GamesRadar+) An oral history of Carol Kalish - the most important comic book figure you've never heard of
48:06 - (io9) A Brief History Of TRON 3 Not Happening
57:23 - (Gizmodo) Some of the Scientific Minds Behind the UK's Coronavirus Response Have Helped Fund a New Sci-Fi Pandemic Comic
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