Episode Eighteen – Where’s my Award For Reading This?

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Tonight! Star Wars brings on the Age of Rebellion, Captain Kirk ‘s Five Year mission gets a spotlight and Award season rolls on on this edition of Multiverse Tonight!

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Star Wars


A report from Kotaku, The Star Wars game codenamed Orca has apparently been canned, what that game would have been, is a bit of a mystery and EA did release a very cryptic statement that cleared up nothing, but now we have word from Rogue One writer Gary Whitta who shed some light on what it might have been about.


Mister Whitta recently talked with Kinda Funny Games on Youtube and was asked his thoughts on the matter, Whitta told them that quote “It has been catastrophically mismanaged. If I were Disney, I’d be fucking furious. I saw a bunch of that game, and it looked terrific. It would have been Star Wars Uncharted.”


A further update to the cancellation story on Kotaku by Jason Schreier, he says that two anonymous sources have said that the game would have been an open world game like the recent Spider-man, Far Cry, Fallout 76, eccetera, and would have you explore various planets and feature old and new characters with the player taking on the role of a bounty hunter. Too bad, this sounds like it would have been an awesome game. I’d say either EA just blew it or just saved us cause the game was turning into something terrible. Although a rumor is being bandied about that they are working on a similar game on a smaller scale.


Marvel the home of Star Wars comics for the rest of eternity has recently ended the “Age of Republic” line of comics that focused on the characters from Episodes 1 through 3. Now comes the “Age of Rebellion” comic line. Starting with series of one shots by Greg Pak “Star Wars: Age of Rebellion – Princess Leia #1, features  art by Chris Sprouse, and according to StarWars.com will arrive on April 3rd; it will follow Leia after the events of Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, and tell the story of how Leia prepared for the rescue of Han Solo by taking on the identity of bounty hunter Boushh, and how she must earn the trust of Bossk.


Also coming is Star Wars: Age of Rebellion – Grand Moff Tarkin #1,which will be  illustrated by Marc Laming, and will hit shelves the week after Leia on April 10 and will explore how the Imperial mastermind ensures that the Death Star lives up to its name….before he got blown up.


Also on April 10th,We get  Star Wars: Age of Rebellion Special #1 featuring three stories,  first from writer Si Spurrier and artist Caspar Wijngaard we get the story of droid bounty hunter IG-88,secondly we get a Yoda story set during the Jedi Master’s exile on Dagobah from writer Marc Guggenheim and artist Andrea Broccardo; and finally from writer and artist Jon Adams comes a tale featuring Biggs Darklighter and Jek Porkins. Stay on target, stay on target. The Age of Rebellion line will continue with some all new number ones: Han Solo #1, Boba Fett #1, Lando Calrissian #1, and Jabba the Hutt #1 arriving in May, and Luke Skywalker #1 and Darth Vader #1 arriving in June. Don’t get to comfortable with this line of comics as all this will be followed later this year by The Age of resistance.


By the way, I’m not gonna go much further than this, but the Age of Rebellion will feature a story featuring Jar Jar Binks using a lightsaber. Jar Jar Binks, still the real phantom menace.


Congratulations are in order for Mark Hamill has he has reached the 3 million follower mark on Twitter, he celebrated tweeting Very exciting to realize I only have to gain 103+ Million more to match @katyperry!!!#3HAMILLIONandCounting untweet If he manages that he’ll be in very rarified air as So far, only Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, and Barack Obama have broken 100 million, which makes for a very interesting group. If you wanna help The Last Jedi, you can follow in at HamillHimself.


Now over to the televised side of the Force, The Mandalorian might still be a few months away from being fully formed and out on Disney Plus, but we will get to see some footage just in time for Tax Day here in the US, this year as reports are coming in that the first footage will be seen on April 11th, the first day of Star Wars Celebration this year. The series will feature Pedro Pascal , Gina Carano , Giancarlo Esposito , Emily Swallow, Carl Weathers , Omid Abtahi , Werner Herzog and Nick Nolte. Hopefully some confirmation will be forthcoming from Disney or Lucasfilm shortly.


We have confirmation from John Williams  personal friend Mike Matessino, that the legendary composer is doing fine and is going to work on the score for Episode IX. Williams had a health scare this past fall, and there was some question as to if he would be well enough to score the finality of the sequel trilogy.  But Mr Matessino told the message board on Film Score Monthly dot com that quote “John’s doing just fine. He went to Ginny Mancini’s Twelfth Night party last week,” “Just a few people there… Norman Lear, Quincy Jones, Leslie Bricusse… I don’t think he’s working on Ep. IX until the summer; the schedule is still being worked out.” Episode IX will be his final score for the franchise, however those who go to the Galaxy’s Edge attractions at Disney World and Land will hear his music throughout the park.


Star trek News


We begin with the reminder that Star Trek Discovery takes place about 10 years before The Original Series. That said, co-creator and showrunner Alex Kurtzman think that Discovery could have a run to rival The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine and Voyager. Kurtzman, talking to Star Trek dot com said quote “Trek…a lot of the series have gone for a long time, and the key is to constantly find a way to reinvent while also always delivering what people expect from the show.” unquote That said, he’s thinking about the syncing up of cannon telling Star Trek dot com that by the end of the season they will be synced up with cannon. Another EP on Discovery Heather Kadin added that quote “I feel there’s so many lifelong fans that everyone sits around the table and says, ‘Oh my God, my dream would be if Harry Mudd were on the show,’ for an example. And obviously, that was still TOS. I think those things are always bantered. Everything’s always on the table because there are certain characters people love. Mary Wiseman came in and was like, ‘So, how can we get Jean-Luc Picard on the bridge with me on Discovery? How can we figure that out?’ So, you know, everyone has their fan favorite like that.” unquote Kurtzman then chimed in quote  Kurtzman adds, “But you have to do it so carefully, and there has to be such a clear story reason to do it, otherwise it can feel gratuitous.” unquote Well that sounds like they are aware that they shouldn’t just throw a character on the show just to have that fan favorite character on the show. So maybe season three will just stand on its own with no known characters? Or maybe we can have Sybok in Season Three?


So where does Kurtzman think the previous Treks went wrong? Taking with the Variety TV Take podcast quote “I think Deep Space Nine and Voyager got into a tricky spot where people were starting to feel they can’t tell the difference between the shows, even though they were very different, but ‘I can’t tell the difference so why would I pick one over the other?’ Our job is to make sure that it feels like a very different prospect from any other Trek show that exists. In the same way in the world of Marvel or in the world of Pixar, you have multiple stories coexisting although each one feels different while there is an assumption and an understanding of what the brand identity of what that thing is.

He then went on to talk about how the Marvel Movies are all different from one another and that all the trek shows should feel that way.


Sigh. I don’t think anyone ever got confused watching the old trek shows confused as to what show they were watching. They had the same feel, because they took place IN THE SAME TIME PERIOD! So the ships look the similar to each other, uniforms, etc.  Anyway.


The next Discovery back story novel has been announced and this one will feature Pike and the Enterprise. The novel called Star Trek Discovery The Enterprise War will give the story of what the Enterprise was doing during the Klingon War. Here’s the official description:“An all-new novel based upon the explosive Star Trek TV series!

A shattered ship, a divided crew—trapped in the infernal nightmare of conflict!

Hearing of the outbreak of hostilities between the United Federation of Planets and the Klingon Empire, Captain Christopher Pike attempts to bring the U.S.S. Enterprise home to join in the fight. But in the hellish nebula known as the Pergamum, the stalwart commander instead finds an epic battle of his own, pitting ancient enemies against one another—with not just the Enterprise, but her crew as the spoils of war.

Lost and out of contact with Earth for an entire year, Pike and his trusted first officer, Number One, struggle to find and reunite the ship’s crew—all while Science Officer Spock confronts a mystery that puts even his exceptional skills to the test…with more than their own survival possibly riding on the outcome….” The novel will be written by John Jackson Miller, whose previous work includes the Star Trek Prey trilogy and will be available on July 30th


CBS All Access has officially revealed that it’s moving forward on the as yet untitled Emperor Georgiou Section 31 series. This new series, is set to be produced by CBS Television Studios, and written by Bo Yeon Kim and Erika Lippoldt with Discovery showrunner Alex Kurtzman serving as an executive producer alongside Heather Kadin, Rod Roddenberry, and Trevor Roth. Kim and Lippoldt will co-executive produce with Aaron Baiers. However exec vice president of original content for CBS All Access says that we might not see it until after Discovery is done. Quote “When I look at how the schedule is theoretically laying out on my desk, it does not feel like it’s one after another,” she said. “Some of these can be considered as replacements as opposed to additions. These Trek shows take a lot of incubation because they’re very prep heavy, visual effects heavy…we’re seeing it more as we’re getting a good jump on making sure that there is a good fulsome stream of Trek material.” Might not be a bad idea as it won’t lead to overload.


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On to something else other than the CBS All Access treks, A male baby giraffe at the Albuquerque BioPark Zoo has been given a very Star Trek name. Neelix, after the Talaxian chef played by Ethan Phillips on Voyager. The giraffe sports a punk-like hairdo and lots of spots, so I guess he kinda looks Talaxian. He was born at the Zoo on January 6th to his mother Niara and will be staying on the indoor exhibit until the weather warms up https://twitter.com/abqbiopark/status/1085970525946404864/photo/1 


IDW will be releasing a new series exploring the final year of Kirk’s five year mission aboard the Enterprise. Star Trek Year Five will according to the press release will see the USS Enterprise’s homeward journey and will debut in April 2019. A sweeping space odyssey developed by a brain trust of exceptional writers, Year Five welcomes co-writers Jackson Lanzing, Collin Kelly, and artist Stephen Thompson for its opening story arc, and – painting Star Trek for the first time in all his 60 years of professional illustration – Greg Hildebrandt as cover artist for the debut issue. Unquote  Jackson Lanzing says that quote “Year Five will be a vital, hard-hitting, character-focused look at Captain Kirk on his last year in command,” “His actions will have huge ripple effects, from the outbreak of war in the Alpha Quadrant to an unprecedented strain of trust with Spock. We’ll turn a mirror on our modern society, just as Trek did in the 1960s, and go boldly towards meaningful, heartfelt stories.”


DC News

Don’t expect any more crossover DC movies. Comscore senior media analyst Paul Der-gara-bedian told CNBC that Warner Bros will put their primary focus on standalone movies only. Quote“I think they’re in a really good spot right now, and perhaps the lesson learned from Aquaman and Wonder Woman will carry forward,”“Every individual studio has their own identity, and they don’t always have to chase what the others are doing.” Unquote This makes sense as Warners has had its greatest success with Wonder Woman and Aquaman while the Justice League team up4 movie fell flat. However Warner Bros is not entirely giving up on team up movies as the Birds of Prey and Suicide Squad movies are still on the schedule. So if you want  big flashy team up’s watch a Marvel movie. You want solo adventures…take your pick they both have good solo movies.


And speaking of good solo movies, or at least ones that look good, A new trailer is out for Shazam! Giving us our first look at the seven deadly sins and Dr. Sivana. Let’s take a look




Looks good.  


Shazam director David Sanberg quote “It’s a fun movie,” “It sounds like a pure comedy, but it touches on some pretty dark subjects… I like to compare it to 80s movies like Goonies, like Ghostbusters and Back to the Future. Like, it’s a family kind of movie, it’s not dark and grim.”


Speaking of Ghostbusters, we’ll have some news about that in a little bit later.


The pilot episode for the Batwoman series will reportedly begin filming in March The blog Hollywood Buzz reports that it will begin filming in Vancouver just like all the other Arrowverse shows and will be helmed by showrunner Caroline Dries. As to if the show will be ultimately picked up by the CW, we’ll let you know, when we find out.


The axe has come down at DC Comics, according to advanced solicitations obtained by Bleeding Cool dot com, Titans, Damage and Scooby Apocalypse will end. DC has decide to go a different way creatively on the Titans comic, so the current run will end with issue number 36.


The end of Damage comes to no real surprise as DC is ending a lot of the New Age of DC Heroes titles.


Scooby Apocalypse is a bit of a surprise, not that it’s being cancelled now, that it’s lasted 36 issues here’s the solicitation text for the last issue quote “Don’t miss the series finale! It’s the end of the road for the Mystery Machine! With their mall headquarters destroyed, Daphne, Shaggy, Velma, Scooby-Doo, and, yes, Scrappy-Doo prepare for their final battle with the Nanite King. will the resurrected Fred Jones be the key to humanity’s redemption– or its annihilation? And in the final chapter of our Atom Ant epic, all of our guest stars vote on who gets to join the Justice League!”


But it’s not all bad in April, the solicitations also included Lucifer Omnibus Vol. 1 quote From the pages of THE SANDMAN, Lucifer Morningstar, the former Lord of Hell, is unexpectedly called back into action when he receives a mission from Heaven. But once he completes his mission, the Prince of Darkness’ demand shakes the foundation of Heaven and Hell. Then, the Lightbringer begins work on a New Creation outside the bounds of any authority but his own. And Lucifer must now face the challenge of single combat to the death with his brother, the angel of the Host Amenadiel. This new Omnibus collects THE SANDMAN PRESENTS: LUCIFER #1-3, LUCIFER #1-35 and LUCIFER: NIRVANA #1. Also coming out is the Absolute Art of Adam Hughes quote This amazing collection features the best of Eisner Award-winning artist Adam Hughes’ covers for DC Comics, including covers for WONDER WOMAN, CATWOMAN and more, plus commentary from the artist, rarely seen preliminary material and even more! This title includes everything from COVER RUN: THE DC COMICS ART OF ADAM HUGHES plus more than 100 additional covers with new commentary. Looks like April will have some good reading.


Meanwhile back at DC Headquarters The Hollywood Reporter reports that the ax is falling as the company entries a major reorganization with three Vice Presidents shown the door and the DC Collectibles division moved to WB’s Consumer Products Toy team. Unironically, Warner Brothers Consumer Products division has just had it’s staff cut by 10 percent.


Among those gone are Senior VP of sales trade marketing, John Cunningham, SVP Art Director Mark Chiarello and VP of Consumer marketing Eddie Scannell.. The layoffs at DC amount to 3 percent of it’s 240 person staff or seven people.


DC is been reorganized into three divisions now, Editorial under SVP and Editor in Chief Bob Harras, Publishing and manufacturing under Alison Gill Senior VP of Manufacturing & Ops and finally, Publishing Support Services which will be under Hank Kanalz who will have the new title of SVP Publishing Strategy and Support Services. A memo was released to staff which says that DC is going back to quote “it’s roots of delivering epic stories with our world class characters, stories and brand.” and that quote The new streamlined structure is focused on creating, delivering and supporting a robust publishing operation that will allow DC to be nimble, navigate an industry in change, and thrive. Unquote.


The latest issue of Superman Giant, number seven is creating a bit of a stir in some circles, a story in the issue by Tom King sees Lois Lane repeatedly tortured and murdered. The story has Superman is an intergalactic waiting room apparently stuck there for awhile, his mind keeps imagining ways that Lois could be in danger. Some on the internet have compared it to a snuff film or the women in refrigerators trope.


This is not the first time Mister King’s work has received backlash as a leaked cover of Heroes in Crisis #7 that featured a dying Poison Ivy  leaked and caused King to ask DC to pull the cover.


There have been some fans calling for the removal of the issue from Walmart’s shelves, but as of yet that hasn’t happened.


Marvel News

We start Marvel news with a public service announcement from Samuel L Jackson quote  “You have to get past the Avengers and Marvel shit at some point, ok? Other f**king people make movies,” Jackson said. “Ok, some of the superheroes they make aren’t as good but this is not that shit. This is not that.” unquote . This was in response to something that IGN had the actor do. They had him read comments from IGN users and commentate on them. That quote was his response to a fans request that he read the “There as an idea” speech from the Avengers.


Not exactly the Shatner “Get A life” skit from Saturday Night Live.


Award season is in full swing and Spiderman Into the Spider-verse has racked up another award, winning best animated movie at the Producers Guild of America awards, earlier this month it won a Golden Globe and it’s up for an Oscar award as well. We will took on all the Oscar nominations a little later in the program. Also at the PGA Awards, Marvel Studios mastermind was honored with the David O Selznick Achievement Award in theatrical motion pictures, the award is named after producer David O Selznick who is best known for producing Gone with the Wind.


Spiderman Into the Spider Verse has another accolade. The song Sunflower from the movie soundtrack reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song by Post Malone and Swae Lee was created for the movie and Miles Morales can be heard singing it on and off throughout the movie. The whole soundtrack is number 3 on the Billboard 200.


And more accolades for Marvel at the Screen Actors Guild Awards, Black Panther won Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture as well as Outstanding Action Performance by a stunt Ensemble in a motion Picture.


Any dream you had of a Gambit movie might be dust. The Channing Tatum vehicle looks to be dead, but you can’t tell Tatum that. According to a report from Deadline dot com, Channing has been considering directing the movie himself after previously attached directors Doug Liman and Gore Verbinski came and went. However with the imminent purchase of 20th Century Fox is set to finalize soon, it’s unlikely that Kevin Feige will follow through with the project.


Also do to the impending acquisition of Fox, The New Mutants has been delayed…again. Originally it was supposed to be out in April of 2018, than it was delayed to february of this year and than again to august of this year. Now a rumor has surfaced on the Merc with a podcast podcast that Fox and director Josh Boone are having trouble coming to a final cut and that it could be released on Hulu in the fall. Will we see it? Only time will tell.


Let’s make a quick check in with the merger, investment firm Morgan Stanley predicts the the acquisition should close in early March.


Marvel Comics has announced that Spiderman is getting back in black. This April in a five issue miniseries we get to revisit Black Suit Spiderman. Symbiote Spider-man is set before Peter learned that his new suit has more than just a costume, but a living creature. Fan favorite author Peter David and artist Greg Land team up for this new in-continuity tale set post Secret Wars and it will pit the webslinger against Mysterio. In prep for this editor Devin Lewis and David and Land did their homework. Quote “Now, I know a lot of y’all out there in Mighty Marveldom are going to scoff at that – that this story is in-continuity – but TRUST ME! Peter, Greg and I have all done our homework – we’ve read and reread the original ALIEN COSTUME SAGA in its entirety, revisited old stories and talked around those classics literally, for hours. This is Peter Parker as Spider-Man, wearing one of the most iconic costumes in all of comics, and we’re treating this story will the heart, seriousness and respect that that entails as a result.” unquote

It’s good to see Peter David writing Spider-man again. He’s always been one of my favorite writers. Here’s a tip, go read his run on She-Hulk, it’s great.


Geek News

Congratulations are on order as The Orville co-stars Adrianne Palicki and Scott Grimes have gotten engaged. Adrianne Palicki revealed the news on her twitter with the tweet quote So happy to spend my life with you @ScottGrimes #ido #iloveyou unquote Grimes has previously been married twice and Palicki was previously engaged to Marvel stuntman Jackson Spidell.


The Orville’s second season is going along pretty well and Palicki has teased that the season will soon bring a huge storyline for Kelly culminating in a quote kind of a two parter, at the end of the season unquote, that news comes from TV Line.


This episode the past week was good, I hope you are all watching.


Legendary comics artist George Perez has announced his retirement from comics. Perez, who is best known for his work on Teen Titans, Avengers, Wonder Woman, and much much more, shared a letter with fans on his Facebook page to explain why he was retiring quote

To all my loyal and kind fans who have supported me throughout the decades,

In recent months, there has been a great deal of speculation as to the future of my career, my health, my ability to draw and my future convention appearances. As a result, I would like to clear up everything first hand so that, hopefully, any rumors, speculation and misinformation can be laid to rest.

With respect to future published work in comics and such … while I know it’s been no secret that I’ve been dealing with a myriad number of health issues (diabetes, heart ailments, vision issues, etc.), they have indeed have forced me to, for all intents and purposes, formally retire from the business of creating new comic stories.

In closing, please don’t feel sorry for me about all these life and career changes. Thankfully I earn more than enough income through royalties to have a comfortable life wherein I may never need to work again. Unless, of course, something really tempting comes along and I’m given sufficient lead time. Hey, you never know.

Long story short, I will be just fine. I’ve had a wonderfully good run doing exactly what I have wanted to do since I was a child. Now I can sit back and watch the stuff I helped create entertain whole new generations. That’s a pretty nice legacy to look back on.

And so much of that is thanks to all of you, the GREATEST fans in the world. I am humbled and forever grateful. Unquote
He goes on in the letter to describe his commissioned work and his few convention appearances and he closes with Quote

Wishing you all a safe, happy and healthy 2019 and beyond,

George Perez



I would like to extend my well wishes to Mr. Perez. He’s lived a life well lived.


Who ya gonna call? Can you believe it’s the Ghostbusters again?


I think a lot of people were floored when a teaser trailer was dropped a few days ago for a new Ghostbusters movie set in the original universe instead of the recent reboot. Let’s look at the trailer. I’ll describe it for those listening to the podcast.


Neat, huh, the movie which comes form Ivan Reitman’s son Jason and as for who the Ghostbusters for this movie are or anything else, I guess we will have a while to wait. It’s scheduled for July 10,  2020.


Now not everyone is happy about this announcement, Leslie Jones, who starred in the Paul Feig made Ghostbusters from 2016 had some other thoughts to quote her twitter and this will be heavily redacted quote So insulting. Like bleep us. We dint count. It’s like something trump would do. (Trump voice)”Gonna redo ghostbusteeeeers, better with men, will be huge. Those women ain’t ghostbusteeeeers” ugh so annoying. Such a dick move. And I don’t give bleep I’m saying something!!

— Leslie Jones (@Lesdoggg) January 19, 2019


Now me, personally, I liked the 2016 film, this is just taking us back to the original universe. So I’m sorry to hear that her feelings are hurt, maybe she and Jason Reitman can discuss it, I think it would be cool if she had a cameo just like Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd had a cameo in hers.


Now from ghosts to Fantastic Beasts. Warner Brothers has pushed the pause button on the production of Fantastic Beasts 3 according to a report in Deadline.


Apparently this is due to necessity as more pre production time is needed and so shooting has been pushed back to the fall of this year. Shooting was originally supposed to begin in July. Not much is known about what the film will be about except that it will deal with except that Grindelwald and Dumbledore’s relationship will be addressed, and lingering questions from The Crimes of Grindelwald will be answered.


The movie is will be directed by David Yates and JK Rowling, David Heyman Steve Kloves and Lionel Wigram are all returning to produce.


Bill S Preston Esquire and Ted Theodore Logan are coming back to a theater near you this year. The Executive producer of Bill and Ted Face teh music Steven Soderbergh hinted at Sundance that the movie would be out at the end of the year. Quote “That’d be a good Christmas present,” unquote This will be the first time we’ve seen these characters since 1991. Party on Dudes!


And now the award for the we didn’t ask for this award. According to a report from Deadline, Kevin Hart  and Director Tim Story are in final negotiations to make….a Monopoly movie That’s Monopoly, the board game. How do you make this game into a movie, you got me.


Before we go, let’s have a rundown of the nominations for the Academy Awards. Incredibles 2, Ralph Breaks the Internet and Spider-man Into the Spider-verse are all up for best Animated feature.Mary Poppins returns is up for Production Design. Black Panther is up for Sound Editing, Sound Mixing, Production Design and Best Picture. Black Panther and Mary Poppins Returns are both up for Original Score and Original Song, Mary Poppins Returns is up for Costume Design and Production Design. And finally Visual Effects is where geeky movie shine. Up for the award are Avengers Infinity War, Christopher Robin, First Man, Ready Player One and Solo a star wars story.


Here’s hoping for all genre wins! The Oscars are handed out on February 24th.


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