This week on Let's Talk, Fandom we discuss the future of DC Comics. Not just talking about comics but the future of their TV work, video games, films. What are our hopes for them and their digital service that is fast approaching?

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Stephen and Steven discuss the recent films, as well as the Spielberg produced Batteries Not Included!

StackpoleBanner.jpgWelcome to the Fanitarium where the fans run the madhouse. Each month we will discuss topics of fandom and bring fans into the discussion. This month we discuss the state of fandoms from DC to Marvel, Star Wars to Star Trek, Harry Potter, to Anime. What is coming up? What is there to get excited for and more! Then we dive into our spotlight guest as Michael A. Stackpole, author of many many science fiction novels including many in the Star Wars and Battletech universes, joins us to answer our questions and of course your questions as submitted. 

We hope you enjoy your stay at the Fanitarium and be sure to join us next month as we bring in another guest and more discussion and of course each week as we discuss special topics of fandom on LETS TALK, FANDOM!

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With the recent return of violence in video games being the potential cause of violence in youth, in this episode we dive into the research of violence in video games, the 2011 Supreme Court Decision and just how the ESRB Operates and Rates Games!

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Stephen and Jessica discuss the bleakness of War with Oliver Stone's Platoon and lighten it up with the Marx Bros and A Night at the Opera.