From left to right: James Estrada, Tracy Mangum, Jake Dietz30 episodes! Wow. We know that there are a lot of shows that have way more episodes, but we’re also proud of what we have put together so far for our little show. One week ago we found ourselves at FanX in Salt Lake City, and we thought it would be a lot of fun to bring together other podcasters and panelists and nerds to talk about Spider-Man to celebrate our 30th episode. And, wow, we got some really great talent on the show.
And there’s a lot to talk about with Spidey. What is going to happen to our favorite web slinger now that Disney and Sony have split up? What will Spider-Man 3 look like without Happy Hogan and Tony Stark’s technology? What about Into the Spiderverse? What will that sequel look like? And how will they integrate Spidey into the Venom franchise? We talk about all of this in the episode and offer a lot of thoughts, opinions, and speculation.
We also talk about our favorite iteration of Spider-Man across any medium, whether it’s video games, movies or cartoon series. All of this happened in between panels and phot ops at FanX. We want to thank all of our guest hosts for participating in this episode. Hopefully you all will enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed making it.
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Also, please, please send our guests hosts some love:
Collin Farmer: Collin is the co-host of Stolendroids podcast which can be found here.
Zach Cipriano: You can follow Zach on Twitter by clicking here.
Marlee Haywood and Lindsey Goodwin: Marlee and Lindsey, along with Stephanie Shurtliff Lisman host the podcast Cutscenes and Cupcakes. You can follow them on Twitter here, and check out their podcast here.
Richard Bonaduce: You can see Richard Bonaduce on Fox 13. You can also follow him on Twitter here.