Spectacular Radio Episode 52: Series Finale “Final Curtain” Fan-Panel FINAL EPISODE!

Welcome back for the last time to Spectacular Radio.Greg, Zach, and Gerard are joined by Joshua Lapin-Bertone and Donovan Morgan Grant to bring this podcast to a close. The crew discusses a variety of topics: -#SaveSpectacularSpiderMan hashtag-Voicemails-The series finale, “Final Curtain”-What the series meant to them-To the announcement of a new podcast!-SO much more, including some surprises Many things are said in this bittersweet installment that brings our seven-year journey to an end… unless the gang…

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Spectacular Radio Episode 51: “Final Curtain” with Greg Weisman & Victor Cook

It’s finally here! The final interview. The Final Curtain. Zach and Greg are rejoined by Greg Weisman and Victor Cook in their longest interview yet discuss in detail the final episode of the series, but also discuss the way the backgrounds tell the story of each home or office, how they kept the reveal to be as satisfying as it was, the difference between a cliffhanger and open-ended storytelling, and definitively… the reason there was…

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Spectacular Radio Episode 50: “Opening Night” Fan-Panel

PENULTIMATE FAN-PANEL! Greg, Zach, and Gerard have a heavy and healthy discussion about this one. Differing opinions across the board as the trio discuss subjective opinions, personal taste, and genuine execution. Discussions include a debate on the Vault Prison, and how Zach’s Experiences as a correctional officer differ or are the same as depicted, a lively debate on the subject of Shakespeare and how it’s used as a framing device in this episode of the…

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Spectacular Radio Episode 49: “Opening Night” With Greg Weisman and Jennifer L. Anderson

It’s The Spectacular Shakespeare Podcast! Greg, Greg Weisman, and Jennifer L. Anderson discuss their fondness for the Bard’s work, favorite plays, and how “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” was integrated into the penultimate episode. Following that, they discuss elevating Walter Hardy to a much more influential figure in Spidey’s life, and their own experiences on stage.

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