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Geeking With Destination Venus Episode #21: Regie Rambles

Regie messed up the editing of the conversation he had with Alice and didn't have time to fix it before we needed to go live, so he's flying solo again. He rants about civilians in space, Marvel getting rid of horrid people, ticks off people who don't know about She-Hulk and looks at the future of the Royal Navy and the Red Arrows.


We need to get more people on this show. Regie needs reining in - he's just rambling at this point.


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So Regie started with artist Joe Bennett being let go by Marvel Comics after putting anti-semitic images into his work on The Immortal Hulk. Read more HERE.


He was much happier about the Hawkeye Trailer trailer though - see below:

Good, isn't it?


He was also quite excited about Superdrug launching a range of Batman branded makeup. Read more HERE.


Yes more excitement as Matt Wagner's Grendel comic comes to Netflix. More HERE.


Then there was even more excitement as the Batgirls get their own title featuring both Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Caine. BATGIRLS!!!!!! YEAH!!!!!! Read more HERE.


In that segment mention was made that the series had the vibe of the Linda Lindas rocking Claudia Kishi. Here are the Linda Lindas doing just that:

(Claudia "Claud" Lynn Kishi is the popular Asian American character in The Baby-Sitters Club series of books by Ann M. Martin).


Then Regie got a little annoyed with comments made on the internet about She Hulk. Yes, we know that Twitter is a dumpster fire and he really shouldn't rise to it, but what can you do. Read more HERE.


Finally, Wait, what? The Captain America musical in the Hawkeye trailer was real?! Sort of. Read more HERE.


SPACE

The only Space news he had time for this week concerned SpaceX launching four civilians into orbit. Read more HERE.