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Ep 54: Supernatural Road Trip

What better place to discuss the cross country antics of the Winchester Brothers than the open road? While driving cross country, Jacob and Matthew took some time to talk Supernatural, examining the moral value of different kinds of non-humans, the relationship between Sam and Dean, and their willingness to make any and all sacrifices to save each other.
Our schedules haven’t allowed us the chance to record under our normal conditions, and while talking about Supernatural while driving down the highway seems rather fitting, we know that the sound quality is a lot lower than what we like to provide you. Thank you for bearing with us, and we will be back to our normal recording conditions (and sound quality!) for our next episode.
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Ep 216 – DCs New Slate

Comics Guru Extrodinaire Jess Plummer joins us to talk about DC’s upcoming slate of new TV shows and movies. Jessica Plummer lives in New York and loves Superman very very much. You can listen to just how much on her Superman podcast, Flights and Tights.

Ep 215 – The Last of Us 1-4

Returning guests Danielle and Erin join me to talk about the first four episodes of The Last of Us, and the video game up to the same point. Patrons get access to bonus content with every episode! To show your support for this podcast, and all things Ethi

EP 214 – Batman The Long Halloween

Paul Hoppe joins me to talk about Batman: The Long Halloween, an animated movie based on the comics run of the same name.Patrons get access to bonus content with every episode! To show your support for this podcast, and all things Ethical Panda, please jo

Exploring ethical questions from Superhero movies and TV shows, sci-fi, and everything else geeks love.