This episode of "Super Powered Pop with Dan Tortora" is Proudly Presented by Museum of Intrigue, Painting with a Twist DeWitt, & Frightmare Farms.

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1st Segment - Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

2nd Segment - DC standing for "Detached Content", a play on words to the confusing world that they have created, or struggled to create, in the cinema. Also included in this conversation is the Aquaman movie.

3rd Segment - Venom & Woody Harrelson's Carnage as well as how the live-action Venom could work into the "Spider-Verse" introduced in the cartoon movie.

4th Segment - Marvel's Runaways on Hulu.

Dan Tortora (DT) & Eric Bunch (EB) welcome Robin Shelby to the show, who did the visual effects for Slimer in "Ghostbusters II" as well as voiced Lady Slimer in "Ghostbusters 2016 Answer the Call". We go behind-the-scenes with Robin on what it took to become Slimer & Lady Slimer, the fandom's response to her work, the responsibility of doing right by Slimer, being her own love interest, meeting the fans, & so much more!

Dan, Eric, & Robin also take turns asking questions in our signature "Rapid Fire" segment.

We ain't afraid of no ghost... but we surely do appreciate this one!

Dan Tortora (DT) & Eric Bunch (EB) share in the fun of the unforgettable "Ghostbusters" theme, while speaking on the original "Ghostbusters" run at the cinema & the recent "Ghostbusters 2016 Answer the Call", celebrating a cult classic & a fanbase that will last forever.

 

Dan Tortora & Nico Reda open the discussion in VOL. 1 of their Upcoming Series on the Comic Book Cinematic Unverise, sharing their thoughts on topics surrounding Marvel, DC, & More, diving into the questions many of us are asking!

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Dan Tortora brings us through the entire journey of Spider-Man on the Big Screen from 2002 to 2017 and beyond, 15 years and three different actors with three separate versions of the wall-crawler. From Sony working solo to Sony with Marvel. From Spider-Man before the Marvel Cinematic Universe to now Spidey in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sit back, listen in, & join us for this ride into the tangled web that is Spider-Man in the Movies.

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