In the seventeenth episode of Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Roy Rogers, Jeff Kusterbeck, and Christopher Fannon return to podcasting for the first time in 2015! As we get get back into the swing of things we discuss Venture Brothers, the upcoming Marvel Comics continuity reboot, Life is Strange, the Telltale Game of Thrones game, Spider-Man moving the Marvel Cinematic universe, the Parks & Rec series finale, and Dragon Age: Inquisition. Stay with us as we get back into the swing of things with this whole “podcasting” business.
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In the twelfth episode of Youth Culture Killed My Dog, Roy Rogers, Christopher Fannon, and Jeff Kusterbeck discuss the latest news and reviews in American pop-culture – comics, movies, and television. This episode marks our first post-San Diego Comic-Con recap episode. We discuss a whole variety of news and rumors from that sweaty, line-filled tribute to American popular culture. On the docket is discussions of the costumes of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice, Firefly Online, the Game of Thrones Season 5 casting news, and the latest announcements from Marvel and Image Comics. For added measure we dig into a whole variety of Star Wars sequel rumors (Brienne with a lightsaber! Luke’s hand!) and Roy provides a long disquisition on the fate of Star Wars continuity.
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