Arc Reactions – 69 – Power Rangers (film)


We cover the Power Rangers reboot by Haim Saban on this episode. We take a nostalgia trip back to our childhoods when we watched the show. Does the movie live up to the hype? What did we like about it? What did we dislike? Check out the episode and see what we think.

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Our next episode will be Arc Reactions – 70 – Kaijumax Season 1 next week.

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Super Hero Speak – #63: Face Value Comics Returns

This week Ben, Dave and John all sit down with the creative team behind Face Value Comics. That’s right Angela and Dave Kot return with artist Sky. The team tell us about their all new issue 2 that was just released. Along with their really big news, they are now being distributed through Diamond Distribution! So look for Face Value Comics to be in your local comic shop soon! In the mean time sit back and enjoy the interview.


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Super Hero Speak – #41: Face Value Comics

This week Dave sits down with the creative team behind Face Value comics. The team consists of husband and wife writing team David and Angela Kot and Artist Sky. Face Value comics is a comic book design to entertain and educate children with autism. We at Super Hero Speak feel this is a great comic and worthy cause for people to get behind. When you are done listening to this episode check out our review of their first issue. Please support FVC and enjoy!


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