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The ‘Verse! on More ‘She-Hulk’ & ‘House of the Dragon’ (aka HotD!) Plus Thoughts on D23 and Star Trek Day

In an episode that goes a little off the rails The Squad has a lot of fun while still delivering an in-depth look at two very different series She-Hulk and (Hooot Deeee!) aka House of the Dragon. We continue our discussion of She-Hulk’s where Wong and Madysinn stir up a whole bunch of entertaining conversations.

Next we jump genres and universes to continue our HotD coverage. Tune in to hear about the latest in Westeros circa Targaryen Dynasty, Easter eggs and details you missed, and more Song of Ice and Fire lore than you signed up for.

All that plus we discuss the very promising Disney D23 Expo announcements and even more from a very busy Star Trek Day.

Also, be sure to stay after the credits where news of Burt reaches a distraught and a hungry shipmate.

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Written by Steven Prusakowski

Steven Prusakowski has been a cinephile as far back as he can remember, literally. At the age of ten, while other kids his age were sleeping, he was up into the late hours of the night watching the Oscars. Since then, his passion for film, television, and awards has only grown. For over a decade he has reviewed and written about entertainment through publications including Awards Circuit and Screen Radar. He has conducted interviews with some of the best in the business - learning more about them, their projects and their crafts. He is a graduate of the RIT film program. You can find him on Twitter and Letterboxd as @FilmSnork – we don’t know why the name, but he seems to be sticking to it.

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