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It’s time for our latest podcast as Neil and Martin roundup the latest headlines on DC’s Stargirl and Marvel’s Phase 4. We’re also reviewing MORTAL KOMBAT.



Mortal Kombat (Warner Bros.)

Welcome back to GYCO Tower for episode #54 of our podcast!

This week we’re catching up on some of the biggest stories from the last fortnight including the renewal of DC and The CW’s Stargirl for season 3. We’re also dissecting Marvel Studios latest Phase 4 trailer and logo reveals. Plus we take a look at Sony Pictures first trailer for Venom: Let There Be Carnage which hits cinemas in September.

Martin is reviewing the first issue of DC Comics new solo Robin series from writer Joshua Williamson and artist Gleb Melnikov. After learning of the deadly League of Lazarus tournament, Damian Wayne has a new mission: winning the tournament and prove he is the greatest fighter in the DC Universe!

Together we’re reviewing and discussing Warner Bros. latest big screen release Mortal Kombat which is in US cinemas now and available to rent from PVOD services here in the UK.

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Finally, Neil talks us through the first issue of Image Comics’ brand new series Time Before Time from Rory McConville and Declan Shalvey. The year is 2140, and to escape a world with no future, many turn to the Syndicate, a criminal organization who, for the right price, will smuggle you back in time to a better life. After working for the Syndicate for years, Tatsuo and Oscar decide to steal one of their boss’s time machines—but soon find that the one thing you can’t run from is your past.

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