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Victims & Villains Episode 170: Aquaman

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For our final episode of 2018, we are joined by not one but two guests! Our resident movie man, Dan Rockwood and our friends over at The Secret Spice of Life! The Secret Spice of Life is a podcast dedicated to a number of different things but delivered constantly with one goal: bring forth positivity. In their short life, SSOL has delivered content focused on mental health, physical health, television, music and more. To check out more on their podcast, click here.



Read the Official Article here. We already know that the final version of Justice League didn’t actually end up the way it originally was intended. Whether or not, it was because of director, Zach Snyder’s rumored firing or the actual suicide of his daughter. When secondary director, Joss Wheddon, was brought in for reshoots – it was given a bit more than just that. Now, during promotion during for the latest entry into the Worlds of DC, we hear there was a direction connection between the movies.


When we meet Arthur in Justice League he is the unwilling hero and protector of a village who really can’t vent for themselves. Here in Aquaman, we see the same nature. While rescuing a group of what appear to be Navy Seals from Black Manta & Father Manta’s piracy. Arthur’s arc throughout the course of the film is the journey to embrace heritage and heroism. How do you think Arthur’s arc is handled throughout the course of the film?



And more importantly, if you or someone you know is struggling with suicide, addiction, self-harm or depression – please free feel to reach out. Use any our resources, call the suicide lifeline (1-800-273-8255) or text 741-741.

CREDITS: To learn more about Brian Hawkins’ comic, Cornrows, click here. Music by Logan McElroy and Shawn Davis. The X-Files are property of Fox. We do not own nor claim any rights. The Flash, Aquaman & Man of Steel are property of Warner Brothers & DC Comics. We do not own nor claim any rights. Networked by That’s Entertainment! Super Smash Bros. is property of Nintendo. We do not own nor claim any rights.

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