On this episode, two of our intrepid Damies, Mark and Anthony, solider on without Dan and still find a way to talk for an hour without a single mention of Debbie Gibson. The episode focuses mostly on San Diego Comic Con and the resurgence of the DC theatrical universe.


As per usual, their conversation is not even minutes old when Mark mentions pro wrestling. He is probably more excited than he should be for Sasha Banks’ victory on Monday Night Raw, and he is very happy to let everyone know. After a few questions from Anthony, Mark explains his reason for celebrating is less about the individual victory, but what it means for the future of WWE. Or at least he hopes it is.

Before delving into the main topic, Anthony and Mark take a detour into video game discussion, and a certain phenomenon that is taking over the country: Pokemon Go. For the first time in the history of the podcast, Anthony is as into a game as Mark. This includes him being a much higher level, which he “blames” on having to walk his dog. Sure, it is, Ant.

Finally, our loveable heroes spend the next half hour discussing all of the things they found interesting at last week’s Comic Con. The focus was on DC and how they seemed to revitalize the movie part of their brand with just a slight tweak in tone. They both agree that the Justice League trailer was terrific and has sold them on the film, and that the story in the Wonder Woman trailer fell short despite the fact that Gal Gadot looks bad ass as the Amazon Princess. And in case you were wondering, yes, they do mention that Luke Cage trailer.

Please join us next time as Dan returns to yell at us for all of the bad opinions during this episode. We promise that you won’t want to miss it. Thanks everyone for listening, except you Jason Lively…

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