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Steve Aoki's 'Future'
October 8, 2018
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World famous DJ Steve Aoki and Impact Theory founder Tom Bilyeu discuss their new comic book 'Neon Future' from New York Comic Con.
Oscar Nominations: Netflix Graduates from Red Envelopes to Academy Award Envelopes
Oct 9, 2017
New York Comic Con's Big Announcements
James Viscardi, Senior Vice President at Comicbook.com, recaps the growth of New York's Comic-Con. He discusses the never-before-seen clip of the 100th episode of "The Walking Dead," which premiered at the event, but doesn't air to the public until October 22nd. He says it will reward fans who have been watching from the very beginning. And attention all zombie fans: there will be a "Walking Dead" and "Fear the Walking Dead" crossover! Fans are speculating over which character will join the other show. Viscardi also talks Netflix's debate over delaying the release of "The Punisher" due to the content being so similar to the mass shooting in Las Vegas. Plus, expectations for the new movie "Pacific Rim Uprising."
Oct 12, 2017
"Despicable Me" Writer: There Have Been "Talks" of a Musical
This summer's release of "Despicable Me 3" turned the series of films into the highest-grossing animated franchise ever. Writer Cinco Paul joins us to discuss the historic feat, and tell us all about his new musical. "Bubble Boy" is based on the 2001 film of the same name, and it might not be Paul's only project heading to the stage. He says there have been "talks" about making a "Despicable Me" musical.
Oct 11, 2017
A Stock Market for Songs
With the rise of music streaming and digital media, most artists make very little money through actual music sales these days. Steve Stewart and Robert Menendez saw this as an opportunity to create a platform called Vezt. It brings blockchain technology to the music industry, allowing artists to partner with fans and investors to monetize their IP on a song-by-song basis. Plus, how Vezt is working with DJ Khaled and Bruno Mars. They also discuss how Eminem is selling shares of his songs.