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85 minutes | Oct 21, 2021
Late to the Party Book Club - Episode 11 - Batman: The Long Halloween
We wanted to cover something seasonal since it's officially spooky season, and what could be more perfect than one of the most quintessential Batman stories, Batman: The Long Halloween. This month, we are joined by Chris Hacker of The Oblivion Bar Podcast as he helps us break down what makes this a MUST read for any Batman fans. Tracklist: 1:27 - Getting to Know Chris from The Oblivion Bar podcast 3:33 - Summary of Batman: The Long Halloween 6:12 - Overall reading experience 15:50 - Gotham as a character 18:56 - Character highlights 29:13 - Thoughts on the writing and structure of this book 41:59 - Tim Sale's artwork throughout the book 50:52 - The Holiday reveal 1:06:08 - Batman: The Long Halloween film 1:16:31 - Batman: The Long Halloween Special, set for release 26 October 2021 -- a direct follow-up comic to the original book You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi or become a Patron.
114 minutes | Oct 17, 2021
Episode 72 - DC Fandome and Something is Killing the Children
Guess what... VS is back! Who do you think wins in a battle between Ghostface (from a Scream of your choosing) and The Fisherman (from the first I Know What You Did Last Summer film)?! We cover a LOT this week as we go through some our favorite moments from DC Fandome Day 1 and we cover all 20 issues of Something is Killing the Children. Tracklist: 1:03 - Ghostface (Scream) vs The Fisherman (I Know What You Did Last Summer) 5:40 - Jon Kent's Superman set to come out as bisexual in Nov 19:05 - DC Fandome - 19:13 - Superman's motto is changing to be more modern and inclusive - 20:46 - Renewals: Pennyworth (season 3), Titans (Season 4), Doom Patrol (Season 4) - 21:46 - The Milestone Initiative - 24:22 - New DC trailers! The Batman, Peacemaker, Naomi, Flashpoint, Black Adam, Batwoman, and Blue Beetle (no trailer for this one) 42:37 - Something is Killing the Children review (issues 1-20) - 46:21 - Summary and overall thoughts on the series - 52:55 - Compelling characters - 1:10:23 - Structure and writing - 1:19:45 - Favorite issues/arcs/scenes - 1:24:51 - Mythology - 1:34:01 - Masks, color meanings, and which faction we'd join - 1:41:57 - Thoughts on the artwork - 1:46:21 - Vol 3 ending and vol 4 ending - 1:46:29 - Ratings You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi or become a Patron.
81 minutes | Oct 10, 2021
Episode 71 - GU Conversations - Writer and Illustrator Tony Fleecs
Stray Dogs is one of the most talked about comics of 2021 and we spoke with creator Tony Fleecs about this massive hit and talk about his upcoming Kickstarter, Time Shopper. Tracklist: 4:14 - What is Tony Fleecs' comic origin story 8:46 - What books really hooked you in after your first trip to a comic shop 14:05 - When did you decide you wanted to make comics for a living 18:09 - Writing vs illustrating, what are the different processes you go through for each 24:31 - Differences between working within larger franchises vs creator owned works 32:54 - What impact has COVID had on your published works 37:55 - Time Shopper, Kickstarter project 44:26 - Were there any time travel influences on this new book? 51:03 - Horror inspirations for Stray Dogs 56:13 - How did all the Stray Dogs variant covers come to be? 1:01:34 - What's your favorite scary movie? 1:03:34 - Telling the story of Stray Dogs only from the dogs point of view 1:06:25 - Anything else coming up that you can talk about? 1:11:04 - Graphic novel recommendations you'd consider essential 1:13:25 - Favorite comic book of 2021 so far 1:16:32 - POST-CREDITS SURPRISE!!! You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
88 minutes | Oct 3, 2021
Episode 70 - MOVIE REVIEW: A Quiet Place Part 1 & 2
We are kicking off our spooktacular Halloween month with a creature feature double feature! We are joined by Phable of the Blame Phable show and part of the PCP Bad Batch as we break down A Quiet Place Parts 1 & 2. Tracklist: 1:24 - Guest intro and Phable's secret origin story 4:30 - What is Phable into at the moment 6:00 - Any contenders for book of the year so far for 2021? 8:50 - What exactly is the PCP Bad Batch? 14:04 - Lessons streaming has taught 16:53 - PROMO: 2 Brothers at a Watercooler 17:26 - A Quiet Place review 43:26 - First film rating 45:47 - A Quiet Place Part 2 review 1:20:16 - Second film rating You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
79 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
Episode 69 - GU Conversations - Martin ”Biff” Averre of ACE Comics
For our September conversation, we speak with Martin "Biff" Averre, founder and owner of ACE Comics, a retailer in the UK! Biff's been in the industry for 40 years and he was generous with his time, allowing us to pick his brain about all things comics! Not in the UK? No worries, you can still order from ACE and have it shipped to you! (We did have some technical issues with this episode, so our apologies for the sound quality!) Tracklist: 1:36 - Where does the nickname Biff come from? 3:49 - What is Biff's comic origin 5:53 - Which UK comics did Biff read before he got into American comics? 9:18 - What books Biff is catching up on right now 11:53 - Is the feeling of reading comics now the same as having read them when you were younger? 14:57 - Selling, trading, and what it takes for ACE Comics to turn a profit 18:37 - Founding ACE Comics and going from mail order to brick and mortar to thriving during COVID 24:21 - Competing with and being confused with Forbidden Planet, and fostering healthy rivalries amongst colleagues 29:22 - What was mail order like before the Internet? 34:00 - Mechanics of keeping physical comics stocked without breaking the bank 41:04 - Acquiring Economic Comics and several other mail order/online only retailers and folding them into ACE 49:42 - ACE Comic flexibility and diversity of income source really lessened the impact of COVID lockdowns in the UK 54:13 - What does Biff think the impact of digital comics and Substack will have on the comic industry moving forward 1:02:18 - The impact of old school "letter's pages" in comics 1:08:06 - Any "essential" graphic novels that Biff would recommend You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
99 minutes | Sep 19, 2021
Episode 68 - Jujutsu Kaisen Season 1
We secretly took some time off, but we are back after almost two week of not recording! We're doing another trailer reaction with Hawkeye, talking about new books coming next year from DC and Marvel, and then we go deep into the first season of Jujutsu Kaisen. Tracklist: 0:54 - Catch up, Jasmin took a week off and Mark went moonlighting on other podcasts (BlamePhable and The Cerebros)! 5:18 - Hawkeye series trailer reaction 11:39 - New comics next year from the Big 2 - Batgirls from DC and Ben Reilly: Spider-Man from Marvel 18:33 - Promo: Good Game Guys Podcast 19:32 - Jujutsu Kaisen season 1 review - 24:48 - Overall series summary - 31:09 - Breakdown of the 5 major categories of anime - 33:48 - Overall thoughts on the first season as a whole - 41:17 - Favorite and/or most compelling characters - 57:55 - Thoughts on the structure and arcs of the first season and favorite episodes - 1:12:27 - Anything we'd change? - 1:15:44 - Thoughts on the animation style - 1:19:04 - Discussing Intro 1 - 1:22:10 - Discussing Intro 2 - 1:25:36 - Discussing the Ending song - 1:28:52 - The end of season 1, hopes for season 2 - 1:35:59 - How we'd rate Jujutsu Kaisen You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
91 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Late to the Party Book Club - Episode 10 - Y: The Last Man
Hot on the heels of the new Hulu series, we're taking on one of Mark's favorite books as we cover the first two volumes of Y: The Last Man. This episode also marks one year of our book club! Thank you reading along with us, engaging in some great conversations, and massive thanks to the people who have picked up their first graphic novel ever because of our series. Tracklist: 0:32 - Thank you for 1 year of our Late to the Party Book Club! 1:41 - Episode 1 - Maus with guest host Randy from the Midseason Replacements Podcast 2:12 - Episode 2 - V For Vendetta with guest host, Irish author and play write Derek Flynn 3:07 - Episode 3 - Scott Pilgrim's Precious Little Life Vol 1 with guest host Rockin' Robbie of the Pop Culture Philosophers 4:16 - Episode 4 - Monstress: Awakening Vol 1 with guest host author Allie Burke 5:04 - Episode 5- March Book 1 with guest host, American Library Association Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Deborah Taylor 6:10 - Episode 6 - Akira Vol 1 with guest host, comic and television writer Mellow Brown 7:47 - Episode 7 - They Called Us Enemy with returning guest host Deborah Taylor 8:43 - Episode 8 - The Killing Joke with guest host, and regular Geeks Unleashed co-host, Stephen Fox 9:29 - Episode 9 - Persepolis with guest host, professor of political communication at the University of Oklahoma, Dr. Lindsey Meeks 11:40 - Which books/episodes were our personal favorites?! 16:32 - Where we love on the guests we've had on so far! 20:17 - Intro to Y: The Last Man Book 1 (volumes 1 and 2) 25:15 - Initial thoughts on the series 31:02 - Would we recommend this book to new comic readers 34:50 - Favorite characters and character interaction 45:03 - Thoughts on the artwork, both covers and interiors 55:43 - Overall structure of the first two volumes 1:04:37 - How this book compares to present day (even though it is almost 20 years old) 1:24:52 - Thoughts on the ending You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
102 minutes | Sep 12, 2021
Episode 67 - MOVIE REVIEW: Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
We are joined by Jelani of the Pop Culture Philosophers this week to discuss Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings! Tracklist: 1:55 - Our guest, Jelani from the Pop Culture Philosophers, tells us his nerdy origin story 8:50 - What we're enjoying reading/watching right now 14:29 - How has PCP changed since COVID hit and what have you learned podcasting so far (TW/CW: talk of suicide) 23:27 - PROMO: GoFigure 24:04 - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings review - 27:50 - Overall thoughts on the film - 43:19 - Favorite characters - 54:04 - Iron Man 3 connections - 1:11:14 - Writing, film structure, and what we'd have changed - 1:28:13 - Thoughts on the ending, mid and post credits scenes - 1:34:30 - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings ratings You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
77 minutes | Sep 5, 2021
Episode 66 - GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: Cult of Dracula vol 1
We had more fun covering this week's big Marvel and DC news than we did with our main event. In short, we read Count of Dracula vol 1 so you didn't have to. Tracklist: 1:38 - Marvel announces 8 new titles for the publisher's 82nd anniversary - 2:43 - Devil's Reign, Daredevil book out in December 2021 - 6:19 - Avengers Forever, Avengers book out in December 2021 - 7:28 - Timeless, Kang the Conqueror limited series, book debuts this December - 10:55 - X Lives of Wolverine, X Deaths of Wolverine, both books out in January 2022 - 13:23 - She-Hulk from current Avengers series, new book debuts January 2022 - 15:58 - Fantastic Four: Reckoning War will take another look at the original Secret War story line, book comes out January 2022 - 17:06 - Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur is relaunching near the release of the animated series on Disney+, book drops February 2022 19:19 - DC announces lineup for their DC Fandome event, which starts streaming for 24hrs straight on October 16, 2021 - 19:57 - WB Pictures - The Batman, Black Adam, The Flash, Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, and a look at League of Super-Pets - 22:23 - WB TV - Batwoman, The Flash, Superman & Lois, Sweet Tooth; a farewell tribute to Supergirl; 100 episodes of DC's Legends of Tomorrow; first look at Naomi; sneak peak of Stargirl - 26:16 - WB Games - Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League, this segment will cover new features and game play - 30:12 - DC Publishing - Wonder Woman Historia, Nubia and the Amazons, Wonderful Women of the World; Batman/Fortnite crossover, and Batman: Fear State; Black Manta six issue series; more Milestone books - 32:52 - HBOMAX - Peacemaker; limited event DMZ; more info on Titans, Doom Patrol, and more originals teased - 38:43 - WB Animation - Injustice (based on the game series); Catwoman: Hunted 40:46 - PROMO: Two Brothers at a Watercooler 41:20 - Cult of Dracula vol 1 review 45:08 - Initial thoughts on the first 6 issues 54:19 - Artwork: covers vs interiors 1:01:26 - Overall story and structure You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
90 minutes | Aug 29, 2021
Episode 65 - GU Conversations w/Rockin' Robbie of the Pop Culture Philosophers
We've got a new monthly feature where we'll chop it up interview style with some people we think are pretty awesome! In this episode we get to speak with Rockin' Robbie Billups of the Pop Culture Philosophers, and we're talking everything from making music to making comics to running a successful YouTube channel and everything in between! Tracklist: 3:06 - Origin of Robbie's nickname 8:07 - Robbie's hip hop past and music influences 21:26 - A GU freestyle from Robbie? ;) 22:45 - What's your comic origin story? 26:45 - Co-creator of Black Spec, an indie comic... Any other comics coming down the pipeline? 35:28 - How long have you worked in and around comics? What do you love most about working in a comic shop? 44:56 - How do you recommend books to total newbies that walk in looking for something to jump into? 51:13 - Got any kind of comic shop drama you'd like to share? 54:41 - Thoughts on the rise of digital distribution and now Substack subscription models? 1:05:37 - How did the Pop Culture Philosophers come to be? 1:16:08 - How'd you get your own exclusive PCP cover for Blood, Skulls, and Chrome? 1:18:03 - What's up next for PCP and your YouTube channel? 1:22:32 - GU POST CREDITS! Spider-Man: No Way Home trailer reaction You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi. Music: Not For Nothing by Otis McDonald is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Source: https://goo.gl/Fv1DxA |
77 minutes | Aug 22, 2021
Episode 64 - GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: Crossover Vol 1
A cross over to end all cross overs? You bet! This week, we take a look at volume 1 of Crossover from Image Comics. We also spend some time talking about whether or not the Substack subscription model will be good for comics and how we're looking forward to Black Canary film in the works from HBO. Tracklist: 1:23 - Geeks Unleashed format changes 11:03 - Who Wins Wednesday: Star Lord (T'Challa) vs Star Lord (Peter Quill) 13:41 - Comic creators moving to Substack subscription model 32:14 - Black Canary film in the works at HBO with Jurnee Smollett and Misha Green attached 35:16 - Nerd By Word Promo 35:52 - Crossover Vol 1 - Review You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
71 minutes | Aug 19, 2021
Late to the Party Book Club - Episode 9 - Persepolis
What's it like for a young girl to come of age in a time of war, oppression, and revolution? We take a deep dive into the graphic memoir Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi. On this episode, we are joined by Dr. Lindsey Meeks -- a political communication and gender bias in media professor from the University of Oklahoma. Please listen in as we discuss privilege, rebellion, and being 14 and alone in a country where you don't speak the language. Tracklist: 0:46 - Guest Intro: Dr. Lindsey Meeks 3:39 - Graphic novels as a non-fiction vehicle, from a Professor's perspective 6:36 - How does this artwork, specifically, aid in the storytelling 17:51 - How well does Satrapi handle all of the different themes that are covered throughout Persepolis (repression, war, leaving home/returning home, violence, , communication, family...) 35:35 - Which parts of the book resonated most 46:22 - From privilege to homeless, how pride can get in the way of progress 55:04 - Why do you think this book winds up on so many must read lists? 1:02:33 - Final thoughts on the book You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
90 minutes | Aug 15, 2021
Episode 63 - MOVIE REVIEW: The Suicide Squad (2021)
We're back to present day this week as we talk The Suicide Squad! But before we get into the film, we cover Wednesday casting news, Marvel's What If... has opened the door for more MCU animated series, Chloe Bennet's exit from CW's Powerpuff series, live action Avatar: The Last Airbender series announces main cast, and the My Hero Academia live action film gets a director! Tracklist: 4:44 - Who Wins Wednesday: Bloodsport vs Knuckles 7:39 - Catherine Zeta-Jones and Luis Guzman cast as Morticia and Gomez Addams in Netflix series Wednesday 9:22 - Marvel has more animated series in the pipeline 13:06 - Chloe Bennet has exited CW's Powerpuff Girls series 18:24 - Netflix's live action Avatar: The Last Airbender begins announcing main cast 19:14 - My Hero Academia live action film announced in 2018 finally has director with Shinsuke Sato 22:07 - Legends: A Superhero Story Promo 23:01 - The Suicide Squad review You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
125 minutes | Aug 8, 2021
Episode 62 - MOVIE REVIEW: Masters of the Universe (1987)
Happiest of Birthdays to our fearless leader, Mark! We celebrate this week by talking about one of his favorite films, Masters of the Universe! To help ring in the big 4-0, we've also got Robbie of the Pop Culture Philosophers and Adam of GoFigure with us this week to talk all things He-Man. Tracklist: 0:39 - Birthday wishes for Mark's 40th! 4:27 - Intros with our guests Robbie and Adam 6:23 - Who Wins Wednesday - Striga vs Teela 9:33 - Adam's He-Man Toy Talk 23:59 - Masters of the Universe trivia 37:25 - Comic Book Keepers Promo 38:01 - Masters of the Universe (1987) review -- 40:03 - Initial thoughts -- 1:06:47 - Technology -- magic, phasers, swords, does it all work together? -- 1:12:48 - Wardrobe, set design, what is really going on here? -- 1:20:47 - Could this film be rebooted or remade today? -- 1:26:57 - Characters, OGs vs new faces -- who did it better? -- 1:37:44 - What would you change about this film to make it better? -- 1:55:21 - Ratings You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi. Music: Not Alone by Sakura Girl is licensed under a Creative Commons License. Source: https://hypeddit.com/link/mcdcer
97 minutes | Aug 1, 2021
Episode 61 - SERIES REVIEW: Masters of the Universe: Revelation (2021)
Week one of our two weeks of all things He-Man! But first, we talk about the beatdown in our Who Wins Wednesday poll between Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit; then we get into the latest Army of Thieves trailer (prequel to Army of the Dead); talk about Scarlett Johansson's lawsuit against Disney for breach of contract; and Horizon Forbidden West has been delayed until 2022. Our main event is comparing Netflix's new Masters of the Universe: Revelation series to all the previous He-Man cartoons that came before starting with the original from 1983 and wrapping up with the 2002 version. Tracklist: 1:47 - Army of Thieves, prequel to Army of the Dead 3:54 - Who Wins Wednesday, Bugs Bunny vs Roger Rabbit 8:42 - Scarlett Johansson sues Disney citing breach of contract 20:30 - Horizon Forbidden West delayed until 2022 (no official announcement from Sony) 24:15 - Go Figure YouTube Promo 25:13 - Breakdown of previous He-Man cartoons from 1983-2002 45:56 - Masters of the Universe: Revelation Part 1 You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
97 minutes | Jul 25, 2021
Episode 60 - SERIES REVIEW: Loki Season 1
Our Loki vs Joker Who Wins Wednesday poll was a wild one this week! The God of Mischief seems to have edged out the Clown Prince of Gotham, but not by much. In news we talk about the deplorable details of the lawsuit filed against Activision/Blizzard; in good news we speculate about Michaela Coel being cast in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever; and we talk about theater chains still beefin' with studios over streaming films. Then we dive into the sacred timeline as we talk all things Loki season 1! Tracklist: 1:21 - Who Wins Wednesday: Loki vs Joker 6:28 - Blizzard/Activision lawsuit over "frat boy culture" 14:24 - Michaela Coel cast in undisclosed role in Black Panther: Wakanda Forever 18:28 - Theater owners make statement to Disney/Marvel over the 67% drop in theater sales for Black Widow due to simultaneous launch on D+ 34:37 - Comic Book Keepers promo 35:12 - Loki Season 1 Review You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
89 minutes | Jul 22, 2021
Late to the Party Book Club - Episode 8 - Batman: The Killing Joke
Easily one of the most influential Batman stories of all time, we tackle Batman: The Killing Joke with our regular co-host Stephen Fox. From the legacy of this story, to the modern context, and even a comparison to the 2016 animated feature, we all had strong reactions to this book. Tracklist: 1:55 - Brief history of The Killing Joke 3:17 - Reading this book the first time vs re-reading it now 12:17 - The legacy of The Killing Joke 20:40 - The Killing Joke in Modern Context 1:03:38 - Print vs The Animated Film 1:17:07 - Overall Thoughts You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
109 minutes | Jul 18, 2021
Episode 59 - Black Widow Review with Erin of Girls Talk Comics
This week, we're joined by Erin who is one half of the Girls Talk Comics podcast! First we chat it up about who would win a brawl between Black Widow and Huntress. Next, we talk about some of the odd Emmy Nominations that dropped this week including all of the Marvel nods. Then we put Erin on the hot seat so we can get to know more about her and the Girls Talk Comics podcast! Finally, we go all in on Black Widow, which is the 24th MCU film and the first film of phase 4. From the way the film talks about women, to where it fits into the overall MCU, and we break down the good, bad, and ugly of the characters. Tracklist: 2:09 - Who Wins Wednesday - Black Widow vs Huntress 5:36 - What's up with the Emmy nominations? 15:22 - Getting to know Girls Talk Comics 38:19 - Promo: 2 Brothers At A Water Cooler 38:52 - Black Widow review You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
63 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Episode 58 - Shadow Service Vol One: Dark Arts
This week, we delve into some Hollywood classics as we talk about the passing of legendary director and producer Richard Donner. Then we get into the news of the week covering The Witcher season 2 release date, a Silverhawks revival, and the Netflix adaptation of Something Is Killing The Children. To wrap up, we cover the supernatural/fantasy series from Vault Comics, Shadow Service! Spoiler alert, we absolutely loved this book! Tracklist: 3:42 - Riddick vs Dom Toretto Instagram results (#family) 6:24 - Our condolences to the family of director and producer Richard Donner 10:20 - SilverHawks revival in the works 14:04 - Something Is Killing The Children set for Netflix adaptation 19:06 - The Witcher season 2 is dropping on Netflix on December 17, 2021 21:04 - Getting back to the movie theater 28:12 - Good Game Guys Podcast promo 29:12 - Shadow Service Vol One: Dark Arts You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
95 minutes | Jul 4, 2021
Episode 57 - F9: The Fast Saga
This week, we're talking Ben Riley's return to Spider-Man comics, $10M in stolen Xbox gift cards, Riddick 4: Furya script is complete, Batwoman season 3 will be bringing in Renee Montoya. Then we dive into F9 and the 20 years of content so far in the Fast and Furious franchise. Tracklist: 3:24 - Ben Riley back as Spider-Man, dropping in September 7:49 - Who Wins Wednesday - Skeletor vs Shredder 10:35 - $10M in stolen Xbox gift cards?! 17:55 - Riddick 4: Furya script is complete, likely to film in Australia 24:45 - Batwoman season 3 adding Renee Montoya 27:53 - Nerd By Word promo 28:40 - F9: The Fast Saga review You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or if you would like to support us you can donate to our KoFi.
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