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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review
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Journey Into the Spider-Verse with us this week as we review the new animated Spider-Man movie from Sony. We also talk news including the newly released images from The Dark Crystal Netflix series. We also discuss the long awaited Avengers: Endgame trailer, the announced Spider-Man spin-offs, plans for 2019, and more! You don’t want to miss it.

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What do you think of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? Do you have a favorite Spider character? Are you looking forward to The Dark Crystal series?  We want to know! Comment below or hit us up @HeroesPodcasts on Twitter or Facebook!

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Derreck Mayer
Rae Stewart
Ryan Couture

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Derreck Mayer

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Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

Short Treks – “Calypso”

Our journey through the first season of Short Treks continues with Episode 2 “Calypso”. Rae & Zach join Derreck for another episode review. Calypso is available through CBS All Access and takes place within the Star Trek Prime Timeline with connections to the Star Trek: Discovery series. Due to recording this podcast review directly after last week’s “Runaway” review, we do not have any news to cover.

We’ll be back next week with our thoughts on Short Treks Episode 3 “The Brightest Star”.

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What did you think of “Calypso”? Does Short Treks have some legs? Did you pay for CBS All Access just to watch Short Treks as they came out each month? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

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Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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Short Treks – “Calypso”

Short Treks – “Runaway”

As we enter the final month of 2018, we decide to take a leap and dive into Short Treks, the new short-form live action series based on Star Trek: Discovery. We begin with episode 1, “Runaway”, also known as the Tilly episode. Spoilers are abound but first, we talk about the new Star Trek mobile game, Fleet Command.

We’ll be back next week with our thoughts on Short Treks Episode 2 “Calypso”.

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What did you think of “Runaway”? Does Short Treks have some legs? Did you pay for CBS All Access just to watch Short Treks as they came out each month? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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Short Treks – “Runaway”

Screen Heroes Awards

Welcome to the 3rd Annual Screen Heroes Awards! This year, we bring you 32 categories spanning film, television, and video games. Join us as our three Screen Heroes hosts are joined by hosts from all across the Heroes Podcast Network to discuss the nominees you’ve been voting on for weeks and who the winners are, plus our own takes on those choices.

We do apologize for the echo in the audio. It’s inconsistent and varies in strength depending on who is talking.

Watch the episode here:

What did you think of our nominees and winners?  We want to know! Comment below or hit us up @HeroesPodcasts on Twitter or Facebook!

Go to Screen-Heroes.com right now to subscribe to us on iTunes and drop us a review. If you do, we’ll be sure to give you a shout-out in a future episode!

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Screen Heroes Podcast Credits

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Hosts
Derreck Mayer
Rae Stewart
Ryan Couture

Special Guests
Jon Czerwinski (former Gamer Heroes host)
Thomas Egan (Gamer Heroes host)
Kacey Parnacott (host of a coming soon Anime focused series)
Ian Turner (host of Echo Station and Costume Couture)

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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Screen Heroes Awards

RR51: Galaxy Quest Review

We’re back from our break with a special episode. Next week, we begin our Trek back to Discovery but this week we’re taking a look at something Star Trek adjacent, something many fans have adopted into Trek fandom due to its spirit and message. Of course, we’re talking about the 1999 sci-fi comedy, Galaxy Quest! We kick things off with a little news from Nicholas Meyer about his previously unknown Star Trek project, Ceti Alpha V, and then dive into a discussion about Galaxy Quest, surely the most humorous of the Star Trek movies.

We’ll be back next week with our first Short Treks discussion, a review of “Runaway”.

Be sure to check out @RedshirtsPod on Twitter and follow us!

How do you feel about Galaxy Quest? Does it live up to the spirit of Gene Roddenberry’s Star Trek? Where would you rank it among the 13 official Star Trek movies? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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RR51: Galaxy Quest Review

Our DCEU: Justice League

Due to some bad weather, we change course and skip the movie reviews this week. Instead, we continue Our DCEU building with Justice League! We’ve been rewriting the DCEU from Man of Steel (ep. 119) forward! We’ve done Batman v Superman (ep. 123) , a Justice League Dark pitch (ep. 127), and Shazam (ep. 136). Next up, Justice League!

We also talk news including The Lion King “live action”, Aquaman box office expectations, Young Justice, and more!

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What do you think of Our DCEU so far? Did you like our Justice League movie? Do you think The Lion King is live action?  We want to know! Comment below or hit us up @HeroesPodcasts on Twitter or Facebook!

Prefer to watch the episode? Catch the Twitch broadcast right here:

Go to Screen-Heroes.com right now to subscribe to us on iTunes and drop us a review. If you do, we’ll be sure to give you a shout-out in a future episode!

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Screen Heroes Podcast Credits

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Hosts
Derreck Mayer
Rae Stewart
Ryan Couture

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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Our DCEU: Justice League

The Crimes of Grindelwald Review

We return to the Wizarding World this week to review the second film in the Newt Scamander tale, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald. We also talk news including the box office results, the new Batmobile, Aquaman trailers, and more.

Don’t forget ShazamGate ’18 with a brand new shirt design available right now on our TeePublic store. We’ve having both Black Friday AND Cyber Monday sales, so be sure to check out our new designs!

What did you think of Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald? Are you happy with this direction? What do you love? What do you hate?  We want to know! Comment below or hit us up @HeroesPodcasts on Twitter or Facebook!

Prefer to watch the episode? Catch the Twitch broadcast right here:

Go to Screen-Heroes.com right now to subscribe to us on iTunes and drop us a review. If you do, we’ll be sure to give you a shout-out in a future episode!

Want to join the conversation? Join us live every Tuesday night at 9PM EST on Twitch to chat with us! We’ll answer questions and note comments live on the broadcast! Follow at: twitch.tv/heroespodcasts

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Screen Heroes Podcast Credits

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Hosts
Derreck Mayer
Rae Stewart
Ryan Couture

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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The Crimes of Grindelwald Review

RR50: Star Trek Beyond Review

Celebrate 50 episodes with us as we conveniently complete our Star Trek movie reviews with the third Kelvin timeline film, Star Trek Beyond! We also discuss the rumors surrounding the Michelle Yeoh Philippa Georgiou Star Trek spinoff series. Let’s make some noise!

We’re taking next week off to celebrate Thanksgiving here in the US but we’ll be back the following week for something a little different. You’ll have to listen to this week’s episode to find out!

Be sure to check out @RedshirtsPod on Twitter and follow us!

What did you think of Star Trek Beyond? Are you a fan of the Kelvin timeline? Where does Beyond rank among the 13 Star Trek films? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

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Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem! Buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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RR50: Star Trek Beyond Review

Remembering Stan Lee

We change course this week to honor the man of Marvel, Stan Lee. After he passed away Monday, at the age of 95, we decided to push Our DCEU Justice League pitch to December so we could spend some time talking about one of the most influential people of the 20th and 21st centuries. Stan Lee likely contributed more to comic book and superhero culture than any other single person, so we decided to talk a bit about his life and what it meant to us.

We still talk news though, including the new Toy Story 4 teasers, the first Detective Pikachu trailer, and The Mandalorian casting… and don’t forget ShazamGate ’18 with a brand new shirt design available right now on our TeePublic store.

How did Stan Lee’s work influence you? Did you ever meet him? Tell us your Stan Lee stories! We want to know! Comment below or hit us up @HeroesPodcasts on Twitter or Facebook!

Prefer to watch the episode? Catch the Twitch broadcast right here:

Go to Screen-Heroes.com right now to subscribe to us on iTunes and drop us a review. If you do, we’ll be sure to give you a shout-out in a future episode!

Want to join the conversation? Join us live every Tuesday night at 9PM EST on Twitch to chat with us! We’ll answer questions and note comments live on the broadcast! Follow at: twitch.tv/heroespodcasts

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Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem! Buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Screen Heroes Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Derreck Mayer
Rae Stewart
Ryan Couture

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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Remembering Stan Lee

Wii U – A Farewell

This month marks the closure of the official Wii U Facebook page. While the low-selling Nintendo home console was officially discontinued in the beginning of 2017, games are still being produced with 16 games released in 2018 and two more on the horizon by the end of 2019, at least in the North America region. In fact, over 760 Wii U games have been released to date worldwide.

So what went wrong with the Wii U? Being that it came out in 2012, there’s certainly a lot of articles that attempt to explain why the Wii U was not the hit success the Wii before it was or why the Nintendo Switch has already done better from a sales perspective. First, I do want to sum-up what people mean by the Wii U being a failure, a black sheep, or not a success. Normally, video game console success is measured by number of units sold in addition to how long the console or an iteration of it, is on the market.

We know that the Wii U sold just over 13.5 million consoles worldwide. This makes the Wii U Nintendo’s lowest selling home console, not counting the NES Classic, SNES Classic, and VirtualBOY. That’s right, the GameCube not only outsold the Wii U but actually sold over 21 million units by comparison. The Nintendo Switch has already passed the GameCube’s sales numbers (sold from 2001-2007) in less than two years on the market, with around 23 million Switch units sold.

Successful consoles like the PlayStation 2 (2000-2013) and Wii (2006-2017) have both sold over 100 million units with the PS2 selling over 150 million if you include every version released over that console’s incredible production run. The Wii U had two versions, both at launch, the white 8GB model and the Deluxe 32GB model in black. The Wii would have several versions over the years, just like the PS2. They’d release in different sizes, colors, and with different features from their original counterparts.

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Alright, so it didn’t sell well. But why didn’t people buy the Wii U after the Wii’s success? Was it the game library? Boasting over 760 games might not sound impressive when the Nintendo Switch already has over 1,200 games in 1/3 the time but the Wii U’s game library actually isn’t as small as you think. The Nintendo 64 (1996-2002), which outsold the original Xbox (2001-2009) by over 37%, had a library about half the size of the Wii U at just 388 games but sold almost 33 million units.

It must have been the launch window then. Nothing to play at launch? That’s a fair criticism. I don’t shy away from saying I’m a Nintendo fanboy, because I most certainly am. If you ever listened to my time on the Gamer Heroes podcast’s first 60 episodes, you’d get that pretty quick. But to be clear, I own a lot of Nintendo consoles leaving out the VirtualBOY and a few of the GameBoy and DS iterations. I camped out for the Wii in 2006… for 39.5 hours. But when the Wii U came along, I didn’t camp out. I didn’t pre-order. I didn’t even go to the store to pick one up. This was due to the games available at launch, for me. There wasn’t much to choose from that I cared about, personally, at least not on a Nintendo console.

Sure, New Super Mario Bros. U was there but Super Mario 3D World wouldn’t release for just over a year. There wasn’t even a Zelda game at launch. The Wind Waker HD wouldn’t come out for 11 months and it wasn’t even a new game! It was a remaster of the 2002 GameCube game. The only actually new Zelda game released on the Wii U was Breath of the Wild which was also released on the brand new Switch console. Mario Kart 8 took until May of 2014, about 18 months after release of the Wii U and 6 years since the previous Wii incarnation. Super Smash Bros. was two full years after the console came out. It never got a Metroid game. No Castlevania. And Splatoon, the game that so many people love now, didn’t release until May 2015, about 30 months AFTER the console launched.Wii U

I eventually bought a Wii U in the summer of 2013, about 9 or so months after it came out. I played New Super Mario Bros and ZombiU, along with Nintendo Land. But I mainly played my Wii which was now living as a legit, official emulator inside my Wii U thanks to their transfer process. So, I upgraded because I could use a single console and play the newer games. Of course I ended up with some great games like Super Mario 3D World, Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze, ZombiU, and the surprisingly fun Luigi U. All-in-all, I only have 9 physical Wii U games at this point. I had a few others like Pokken Tournament, but traded them in long ago for something else. The only Nintendo console I own fewer games for is the GameCube and that’s because I didn’t actually own one until last year, aside from the built-in Wii functionality that led to a couple games like Super Smash Bros. Melee. So when it’s all said and done, the Wii U might have had a larger library than the N64 but I have countless more games for the older console that one could argue hasn’t even aged as well.

People were confused too. I still have to explain to people that the Wii and Wii U were completely different things. No, the Wii U is not a Wii with a tablet. No, the Wii U isn’t just the tablet as an add-on to the Wii. The Wii U was Nintendo’s next generation console, a mid-gen console to many in the industry due to its more Nintendo-esque limited hardware. So here’s a little explanation. The Wii U was the next step in Wii development. It had better hardware, a larger form factor, no GameCube controller or memory card support, no mini-disc support, and its primary controller was a handheld tablet with physical buttons.

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Okay, so you know what it is but was it a good thing? Well, the tablet was a neat concept. Some games leveraged it really well, like ZombiU. In that game, a zombie game, you watch the TV for what you, as a character, can see and then the tablet acted as your inventory, map, details, etc. Other games, like New Super Mario Bros., just mirrored the TV screen, which did mean you could play on the tablet while someone else used the TV for another console or something. Some games like Nintendo Land allowed one player to use the tablet to perform a task like hiding, while the other players saw everything else on the TV and tried to find the hiding player. Some took advantage of the motion controls like StarFox Zero, with the tablet being inside the cockpit and the TV being a third-person view. The final group didn’t use the tablet screen at all, like Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Wii U. It was blank, basically.

At the end of the day, the Wii U was essentially a Nintendo Switch prototype. It had the tablet; you could play away from the TV. But it still required a full console box and the range of the tablet was only a few feet and certainly not through walls… I tried. Even though the Wii U was no powerhouse, it did have some cool features. It kept the Wii alive along with the Virtual Console we all miss on the Switch. It was compatible with essentially all of the Wii controllers, accessories, and such, save a few. It kept the GameCube controller alive with its USB adapter for Smash Bros., which we will see again this December. And it ended up with a substantial library of games, some of which I wish more people had tried out.

To that end, as the Facebook pages for the Wii U close on the day I’m writing this, I’d like to just say goodbye to the Wii U. For a Nintendo fanboy, the Wii U is a prime example of Nintendo’s guts, quirkiness, and style. For a general consumer, the Wii U was an odd, confusing, and seemingly unnecessary upgrade to the Wii.

If you owned a Wii U, I’d love to hear your stories. What were your favorite games? What about features? I’d love to hear about all of it because I do love the Wii U, as strange as that might be.

R.I.P.
Wii U
2012-2017
13.5 million sold

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Game on!

Wii U – A Farewell

RR49: Star Trek Into Darkness Review

Next up in our Kelvin journey, we discuss Star Trek Into Darkness. The second J. J. Abrams film in the franchise, Star Trek Into Darkness takes the franchise is a different yet familiar direction after the 2009 reboot. We are introduced to new but old characters with a story that makes this film one of, if not the most controversial Star Trek movie.

Join us next week as we continue our Kelvin journey with our review of Star Trek Beyond and our 50th episode!

Be sure to check out @RedshirtsPod on Twitter and follow us!

What did you think of Star Trek Into Darkness? Are you a fan of the Kelvin timeline? Where do you rank this divisive film? Comment below or hit us up @RedshirtsPod on Twitter! Don’t forget to subscribe to Redshirts & Runabouts! The links are below!

Stop by our Patreon to see what kinds of cool perks you can get for being one of our contributors: patreon.com/HeroesPodcasts

Not ready for that kind of commitment? No problem! Buy us a coffee over at ko-fi.com/heroespodcasts because every dollar truly does help.

Redshirts & Runabouts Podcast Credits

A Heroes Podcast Network Production

Hosts
Greg Bosko
Derreck Mayer

Special Guests
Rae Stewart
Zach Story

Executive Producer & Editor
Derreck Mayer

Music
Flying Killer Robots

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