The J-Man Show#37 has landed on Soundcloud, Itunes, Google Play and Spreaker!
Title: The VGM/DCEU Roundabout
Synopsis: After looking into some movie trailers and seeing that Tomb Raider is getting a reboot. J discusses some of his favorite Video Game Movies and looks into many fun ways to rethink and discuss story writing for different films. He’ll also mention some video game movies he didn’t care for and discusses some qualms about the DCEU, and why even if you dream it we’ll never escape comic book or video game movies.
While re-recording Episode 36 for the Double Special, J looks into an incident from Instagram live and begins to think about Society’s first world problems. He begins to look at how hypersensitive people can be when it comes to nice compliments, and sees how a certain 3rd wave movement while intended for good is causing a lot of problems.
Is feminism dividing us in a time when the world needs more healing? Why are so many people angry? and is there an endgame to all of this infighting happening within our citizens?
Find out in Episode 36, and this is the conclusion to the J-Man Double Special.
Production Notes: This is a black label episode, and does discuss topics considered mature and political in its nature.
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Synopsis: This week as part of a J-Man Double Special, J takes a look into the Jemele Hill Debacle facing Donald Trump and decides to venture into retrogaming while designing the new PowerPlay Reboot. He begins to look into a favorite pro wrestling game of his while discussing fond memories of the legendary gaming companies: SNK and Capcom.
Plenty of reminiscing is happening in this episode, so you won’t want to miss out.
Production Notes: Do to lack of time, Episode 36 will be uploaded tomorrow afternoon.
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