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Geeking with Destination Venus #2: More chat with Matthew Erman

Welcome to the Show notes for the second episode of Geeking with Destiantion Venus. Click the image below to go to the download page, or simply search for Geeking with Destination Venus wherever you get your podcasts.

So, we started with Regie's review of the Disney+ show "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier". Spoilers: He loved it!

In the chat with Matthew Erman we talked about the 12 issue series Long Lost, which he wrote with his wife Lisa, which was also referenced in last week's notes.

The discussion moved on to his forthcoming work Good Luck about the unluckiest teenagers in the world! Click the image below to find out more!

Regie picked another "Comic of the Week":


Discover the next thing in horror from award-winning writer of television and comics Paul Cornell (Doctor Who, Wolverine) and acclaimed artist/writer Emma Vieceli (Doctor Who, Life is Strange), along with colour artist Pippa Bowland and letterer Simon Bowland!

Elizabeth Kleve is a brilliant young medical student, attracted to the waspish, charismatic surgeon James Frankenstein. He wants to further medical science... by all means necessary. So how far is Elizabeth prepared to go? A twisted horror/romance that walks a fine line between attraction and fear.

And finally, some sad news:


Apollo 11 Command Module Pilot Michael Collins
Apollo 11 Command Module Pilot Michael Collins

The death has been announced of Michael Collins, astronaut and Command Module pilot on the Apollo 11 mission which too the first men to the surface of the moon.

He was an unassuming man who never seemed to resent that he didn't get the same recognition from the public as his moon walking crew-mates. Following his retirement from NASA he briefly considered a political career, but in the end spent a quiet retirement in Florida.

Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.

Ad Luna, Ad Astra.