It’s the ultimate challenge on the grandest stage of them all. Wrestlemania VI is the topic of discussion as Steve and Dave look back at a classic ‘Mania as we all travel the road to Wrestlemania XXXI together.
Steve and Erich rock a Pass The Corn Segment. Is there a potential love connection made on GOL? A Warner Brothers Executive comments on the edginess of DC movies vs. Marvel movies and Steve responds with a look at the newest Avengers Age of Ultron trailer. Also, breaking during the recording of this episode Harrison Ford was involved in a plane crash. We wish him well. All this and more on your safe place to geek out!
Teresa and Steve are joined by Erich Shoeneweiss (@Darth_Duff on Twitter), Aaron Goins from Star Wars Bookworms and Bad Wolf Radio and Kay from Fangirl Blog to discuss the final two episodes of the first season of Star Wars Rebels. Rebel Resolve and Fire Across the Galaxy rounded out the first season of what was for Steve a surprisingly great show, for Teresa business as usual, and for our panel? Well..everyone loved the season, but what are our thoughts as we close things out with deaths, returns and appearances, the first season ended with jaw dropping results, and we break it all down in this final episode of Rebel Yell for season 1.
The Sword In The Stone marked the final animated film that was released while Walt Disney was alive. To that end, Teresa and Steve take a break from their usual look back at the animated films of Disney studios to talk about the man who began it all. Visionary, dreamer, a man who made the impossible possible. Disney Vault Talk honors the memory of Walt Disney.
A new segment featuring Erich Schoeneweiss, a new yet old approach to reading comics, and a ton of listner e-mails fill out the show this time around. As well as few comments on The Power Rangers fan film and comments made by one of the Smallville creators about the state of super hero films today.