The Flickcast Episode 274: Battleworld!

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The trend for 2015 of uninterrupted weekly episodes continues with another brand new episode of The Flickcast. And no, we’re not counting them. But if we were, this would be three in a row for the new year. As we’ve said before, not bad. We’ll try to keep it going.

On this week’s show, Chris and Joe talk about a whole slew of new and recurring topics . . . as usual. Some of these include the merits of Yeoman Rand, the utility of Kilts, space tools, Simon Pegg co-writing the next Star Trek movie, new casting news for X-Men: Apocalypse and general X-Men movie continuity, the return of Arrow and The Flash, Disney not using George Lucas’ ideas for the next Star Wars movie, the end of the Marvel Universes and the creation of Battleworld! Yep, more.

Picks this week are a little different than usual. Instead of picking a movie, TV show, comic or piece of tech, both Chris and Joe encourage you to dig deep and contribute to an organization fighting diseases and conditions that affect children. If a Kickstarter featuring a card game with exploding kittens can get millions of dollars, don’t organizations like The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, the Make a Wish Foundation, the March of Dimes or the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital also deserve a couple of your hard-earned dollars? We think so.

As always, if you have comments, questions, critiques, offers of sponsorship, or whatever, feel free to hit us up in the comments, on Twitter, at FacebookGoogle+ or via email.

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  • SWelch
    January 28, 2015 at 12:42 pm

    The reason I like both Flash and Arrow(and AoS) is that they are different. I wouldn’t ant the Flash to be a carbon copy of Arrow. I’m just waiting for the Flash to catch bullets and vibrate through a wall.

    As for Simon Pegg writing Star Trek I’m still on the fence about that. But I would hope that has protective has they are of their property I would hope that Paramount wouldn’t let him go to far off base for what a Star Trek movioe should be.

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