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We’re back with episode 22 of the GYCO Podcast featuring our regular hosts Neil and Martin.

This week the pair are tackling a couple of the weeks biggest headlines: the world premiere of Joker at the Venice Film Festival and the announcement of the programme of the BFI’s own London Film Festival.

In our reviews, Martin is taking a look at DCeased one-shot A Good Day To Die from DC Comics, Neil is talking his experience at the IT: Chapter Two immersive event and premiere in London and together they are discussing the return of DC Universe’s Titans!

Then to wrap things up we’re discussing this year’s DCTV crossover event, Crisis On Infinite Earths and reading out your responses as to which character you would like to appear!

00:00:00 Intro
00:02:17 News
00:09:50 DCeased: A Good Day To Die
00:16:18 IT: Chapter 2
00:37:52 Titans 2×01 “Trigon”
01:01:40 Crisis Discussion
01:16:10 Outro

IT: Chapter Two trailer courtesy of Warner Bros.
Titans Theme courtesy of Warner Bros.

80s Theme by Serge Narcissoff | @sergenarcissoff
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