Wired Entertainment Podcast Episode 9

ADMITTEDLY, WE’RE A little bleary in this week’s Monitor podcast. Most of us just got back from Comic-Con International in San Diego and the long days of panels, cosplay, and events have taken their toll.

That doesn’t mean, however, that we don’t have things to say. SDCC gave us a ton of things to talk about, ranging from the devotion of Hannibal fans to the ethics of leaking the movie footage studios bring to Hall H. Pull up a chair. We’ve got editors and contributors Jordan Crucchiola, Peter Rubin, K.M. McFarland, and Angela Watercutter chatting up a storm and we want you in the eye of it. We promise it won’t kill you; and, unlike the Joker, it won’t even just hurt you really, really bad.

Also, here are a few helpful links for things we talk about in the podcast:

-Jordan Crucchiola’s piece on why leaking Comic-Con trailers is a bad move -WIRED’s collection of the best official trailers to come out of Comic-Con -Our thoughts on that surprise Star Wars concert -Angela Watercutter’s story on the 10 most Jennifer Lawrence things J-Law said at Comic-Con -Jordan Crucchiola’s story on Hannibal fandom -On the awesomeness of Ash vs. Evil Dead -Angela Watercutter’s story on how other studios brought superhero power in Marvel Studios’ absence -K.M. McFarland’s latest True Detective recap

(Stitchers/Soundclouders/iTuners: we’ll be making the podcast available through other outlets soon.)