PCC Multiverse #208- A Deep Trek Into Space with EVERSPACE 2, We Have Again Much More Time Before No Time To Die, and Netflix Hits 200 Million Subscribers!

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We’re back as Marcus De La Garza and also Jasen Dutch of the Dig on America podcast share their thoughts so far on WandaVision (Some SPOILERS for episodes #1 and 2). Plus Gerald and Marcus discuss the Game of Throne prequels and if it will rediscover the magic for fans or lessen the GOT legacy, 007’s No Time To Die getting pushed back (again), could EVERSPACE 2 become the next hit space shooter, a 1More ComfoBuds review, The Expanse thoughts, and EPIC’s below-the-radar feeling out process into movie making. And Scott Howard talks about his latest album and his preference toward vinyl.

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