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Ep. 240 The Committee with James B Emmett

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Comic book artist and writer, James B Emmett, returns to the podcast to talk about his latest project, The Committee. We talk about what is it like for him to draw and write a series and of course, there is a sprinkle of nerd discussion in between too. Check out The Committee at Wayward Raven now!

Awesome (Awful) Sequels I’m Looking Forward To

As the title of our last podcast suggest and as I am sure most of you have noticed already — it is the Age of Sequels. Or reboots. Or re-hashing of movies from 20 years ago that Hollywood thinks they can make new cash with. Whatever you want to call it, it’s happening right now. The sad truth is that I am one of the enablers and that I am truly excited for these movies. I might be failing my peers in the creative community as a whole.

Independence Day 2

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Independence Day is one of my favorite movies. I will fight with anyone’s beloved grandmother to the end that it is one of the most re-watchable films from the 90s. Next year in 2016, the movie will be 20 years old and I have a feeling this sequel is aiming to release in conjunction with that anniversary.

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CONTEST: Doctor Who T-Shirt!

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In honor of the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary, The Day of the Doctor’s release this month, we’ve partnered with T-Shirts.com to give one of our readers and listeners a chance to win one of their tees! We’re definitely excited to see more than one Doctor on the screen so find out below how you can enter to win.

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Hollow Ship, a Sci-Fi Comedy Web Series with Stephanie Sheh

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Steven Shaw, Helen McElwain, Curtis Fortier, Christopher Gehrman, Stephanie Sheh, Alison Reeves

Stephanie Sheh is most well known and well-loved for her voice acting work in anime, video games and animation. This time, she is calling to all of her own fans to support a new project she is producing, Hollow Ship, and you can find out how to contribute on the Kickstarter page. The show is a comedy that will take place in a science fiction setting — with a ship (hollow deck included) and a crew (who may or may not be getting along too well with each other). Stephanie is very passionate about this project and I agree with her that this show is something all of you geeks should be interested in too.

Read our interview with her below to find out more and how you can contribute and support!

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