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EL FANBOY: ‘There Is No Negative AQUAMAN Buzz, What Counts As News? And More Marvel Memories’


On this week’s edition of the El Fanboy Podcast, host and Revenge of The Fans Editor-in-Chief Mario-Francisco Robles takes a sledgehammer to what passes for “news” these days. He points out how dangerous narratives get created, he makes amends for times he’s contributed to the noise in the past, and clarifies what the mission statement for RTF is and what he thinks fans should be focusing on. This comes on the heels of films like Deadpool 2 and Aquaman getting embroiled in needlessly negative coverage over…not much.

MFR also offers an update on what we should expect from Warner Bros. at this weekend’s WonderCon, following reports that the WB panel may not include any DCU goodness.

Along the way, he also touches on some interesting things he’s heard about some hotly-anticipated projects, including one DC animated feature that should give fans of DC’s animated division and Batman something to shout about.

From there, this El Fanboy episode picks up where last week’s left off…recalling and analyzing the different Phases of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This week? Phase Two.

You can listen to the latest episode of the El Fanboy Podcast, titled “There Is No Negative AQUAMAN Buzz, What Counts As News? And More Marvel Memories” right here:

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Mario-Francisco Robles, Editor-in-Chief of REVENGE OF THE FANS, Is The Host of This Passionate, Intimate Weekly Podcast. Join Him Each Week As He Sounds Off On The Latest Issues Concerning Geek Culture (Primarily Movies and TV Shows) In His Signature Raw, Confessional Style.


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