Episode 78: The one where we don’t talk about comic book movies
This week in comic industry news – Peter Parker returns to Spider-Man, San Diego Comic-Con changes their passes and we get a new Ultimates universe
In game industry news – A Xbox One for charity, Alien: Isolation is now a thing, The Witcher becomes a board game, Valve goes VR, Telltale wants Bond, and 1313 goes Sony
In entertainment news – Halo TV is not filler, BBC takes on the Musketeers, Transcendence is it’s own vision and we get an update on how Jason and Freddy are doing
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