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The Pull List 12 | Shazam!, Idris Elba, and the Disney/Fox Merger


About This Episode

Hector has once again beaten Chris to the theatre with a sneak peak, spoiler-free review of Shazam!…or is it Captain Marvel? The duo also talk about the James Gunn helmed reboot of Suicide Squad with Idris Elba replacing Will Smith along with rampant and unfounded speculation on what the merger of Disney and Fox mean for the MCU beyond Phase 3.

Links from The Pull List Episode 12

Idris Elba Replaces Will Smith as Deadshot in ‘Suicide Squad’ SequelVariety

Here’s what Disney owns after the massive Disney/Fox mergerVox

X-MEN: Jonathan Hickman Launching House of X and Powers of X, SyFy

 

The Pull List from Episode 12

Chris

Firefly Bad Company #1 – Boom!

Middlewest #5 – Image

The Warning #5 – Image

Black Badge #8 – Boom!

Batman #67 – DC

Flash #66 – DC

Hector

Umbrella Academy Vol. 1 – Dark Horse

Umbrella Academy Vol. 2 – Dark Horse

Man and Superman – DC

Nightwing #58 – DC

Shredder in Hell #2 – IDW

The Immortal Hulk #15 – Marvel

Hit-Girl #2 – Image

 

 





Episode Hosts

Chris Poirier
Chris is the co-host of The Pull List Podcast for Love Thy Nerd and the Game Manufacturers Association (GAMA)'s Event Coordinator for GAMA EXPO and Origins Game Fair. Chris Poirier also is the Lead Pastor/Church Planter of River Valley Church and the Founder/Game Master of Columbus Got Game. When not reading comics or playing video games he and his wife Rebekah seek out all that can be found on the nerd scene by hunting for vintage toys, finding the most epic comic shops, and getting their tabletop on. In the hours that remain, Chris serves as a missionary for Love Thy Nerd at conventions across the US. Previously, Chris managed the largest comic retail shop in North Carolina, as well as, served as the North Carolina Comicon Media/Communications Director.
Hector Miray
Hector is the co-host of the Pull List Podcast for Love Thy Nerd. He is a semi overzealous geek about most things, but to the core is a big fan of a good story. He is the primary writer behind the book series "Faith & Fandom" and travels to dozens of comicons throughout the year with the books. He is married to a medical nerd named Danyelle and has helped co-create 3 small humans with her that resemble him in appearance and passions. Hector is also the location pastor for Vertical Church's Lumberton, NC Location.

Episode Producer

Jonathan Clauson
Chief Audio Nerd
Starting with Clear Channel Radio in the '90s, Jonathan has worked in audio and marketing for 20 years. Credits include stints at EA Tiburon, Christianity Today, Christ and Pop Culture, and freelancing as voice talent for audiobooks and podcast production services.

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