Michelle give us her top 10 Canadians and we remember first watching Due Soutb when it came out, when we were in college together.
In our Christmas special we talk about the Paul Gross film Men with Brooms, starring him & Leslie Neilson. Our guest is Mountie Johnny Whitetrash... it goes of the rails extra quick! We also give our pitches for a Due South episode we would have liked to have seen and we play the Paul Gross Christmas track 'Santa Drives a Pick-up Truck'. This movie contains strong language, so does our conversation about it, so be warned.
We talk about Series 1 Due South episode 'Pizza & Promises'. Squee has a revelation for Michelle that brings them closer, Benny is dressing like Ray & Michelle can't tell her Lieutenant from her Leftenant!
Ed, Russ,Ross and Al discuss The Witch of Torinia by Clifford Beal and end up talking about eternal champions and all things Moorcock.
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Hello and welcome back to NerdVsWorld, on this week's show, Brendan and Spindles talk Justice League, Stranger Things, Thor Ragnarok, The Punisher and much, much more.
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We are joined by another Canadian podcaster to give his top 10 Canadians and his one worst Canadian... mind you, one of his 10 might be most of our worse. This episode also features on the Johnny Whitetrash show in a special Simul-Cast! Expect foul language and material some may find offensive... but we are just childish really!
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Another promising project, another let down. Spoilers to come
We meet out royal family on a technologically-shielded moon city, Attilan, and learn that they have been there for quite some time, after having fled from tensions on earth. The story then quickly proceeds to tear the protagonists apart and leave them scattered on earth to start their individual journeys. Meanwhile, Maximus, the rebel brother of king Black Bolt, is left to manipulate their home into his own.
The following 6 episodes are spent with our family forming bonds and enduring struggles of their own on earth including being lost in the wilderness, arrest, and experimentation. Through interaction with secondary characters, we learn of some of the backstory to the Inhumans and bit-by-bit they reassemble. Through a few obstacles, they return home to overthrow Maximus and take back their people.
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We open up a fresh bottle of rum, braid our hair & talk about the Due South episode 'They Eat Horses, Don't They?'
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Theme Tune: Performed & Arranged by Matt Lees Music / Lyrics by Squee
Deadline today anounced that the release date for the Wonder Woman sequel has been brought forward by a month and a half. Originally scheduled for December 13th 2019, as announced at SDCC'17 this year, Gal Gadot and Co will now return to the big screen on November 1st 2019.
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Netflix is adding another feather to its cap, its very own Comic Book.
Mark Millar today announced the name of the first franchise he will be working on, since Netflix bought out Millarworld back in the Summer. Titled "The Magic Order" it will be the first comic book for Netflix, and the first new comic created by Millar since the Netflix acquisition.
Described as "Magic meets the mob" it will be the story of "Five families of magicians sworn to protect our world for generations must battle an enemy who's picking them off one by one. By day they live among us as our neighbors, friends and co-workers, but by night they are the sorcerers, magicians and wizards that protect us from the forces of darkness"
Due for release in Spring 2018 in both print and digital formats, the six issue run will be written by Mark Millar, with the artwork being handled by Olivier Coipel (Thor, The Avengers, The Amazing Spiderman)