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Anything’s Possible, Paper Girls, SDCC 22

Top row L–R: Anything’s Possible (photo property of Amazon Studios // Paper Girls (photo: Amazon Studios) // Bottom row promo posters L–R: Wakanda Forever, John Wick 4, The Sandman, She-Hulk, One Piece: Red, Shazam! Fury of the Gods, Black Adam, Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

Your eyes and ears are in for a treat with all the new + upcoming fabulous content: Geek Girl Riot gets into Anything’s Possible, Paper Girls, and the hottest news and trailers from San Diego Comic-Con. 

Anything’s Possible
We’re dropping heart emojis for Anything’s Possible, Billy Porter’s sweet new teen romance about a trans girl who falls in love. Sherin, Alex, and Renee talk about what they love about the film, cheer on the fantastic cast, and share what they wanted more of. Sherin says: “It is so cute and sweet and bubbly and the cast is amazing…there are some dramatic wobbles but not one lets this cast down.” Watch Anything’s Possible on Amazon Prime Video now!

“Billy Porter, who is magnificent in all of his facets, does a really amazing job presenting this story. It almost feels like a musical without the music.” –Sherin Nicole

Paper Girls
Julian jumps on with Sherin and Renee to dive into Paper Girls, the new Amazon adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang’s beloved comic series. They compare the page to the screen, what made ’em happy, and what drew them in. Sherin says: “By the time we hit episode 3 the show finds its charm engine… each one of these girls is fantastic at conveying every facet of emotion. There is no flat acting here. There is no disbelief, everything feels real and true.” Paper Girls hits Amazon on Friday!

SDCC 2022
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll have heard that San Diego Comic-Con happened over the weekend, which can mean only one thing: Our Rioters have gotta talk about it. Sherin and Julian dig into the trailers, the highs and lows, and other news that caught their eye. From The Sandman to Wakanda Forever, One Piece: Red to Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, there is a lot to unpack but our Rioters are more than ready. Get into it!

Extra Innings: Who are the New Avengers?
In fact, there was so much news at SDCC that our Rioters are sticking around to talk more about it. In this edition of Extra Innings, Sherin and Julian look at Marvel’s gigantic release timeline, which prompts them to ask: Who are/is the new Avengers going to be?

Tune in to Geek Girl Riot on idobi Radio every Tuesday at 11pm ET / 8pm PT for your dose of late-night geekery. ’Til next time, see a list of everything our Rioters talked about below:

LINKS:

 – Anything’s Possible (read Renee’s review)
 – Paper Girls (stay tuned for Julian’s review)
 – Paper Girls – Brian K. Vaughan, Cliff Chiang
 – Masters of the Universe
 – Land of the Lost
 – Doctor Who
 – The Umbrella Academy
 – Sweet Tooth
 – The Sandman trailer
 – Game of Thrones
 – Sandman comics
 – Lucifer comics
 – She-Hulk trailer
 – Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
 – Spider-Man: Freshman Year
 – Marvel’s Runaways
 – Batman HBO Max series
 – Green Lantern: Beware My Power
 – Shazam! Fury of the Gods trailer
 – Black Adam trailer
 – Fast & Furious 
 – John Wick 4 trailer
 – Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths
 – Street Fighter 6
 – Dragon Ball Super Hero
 – One Piece: Red trailer
 – Loki
 – Ironheart
 – Agatha: Coven of Chaos
 – Daredevil
 – Interview with the Vampire trailer
 – I Am Groot trailer
 – Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves trailer
 – Final Fantasy
 – The Legend of Zelda
 – League of Legends
 – World of Warcraft
 – Lord of the Rings
 – The Lord of the Rings: Rings of Power trailer
 – House of the Dragon trailer
 – Thor: Love and Thunder
 – Young Avengers
 – Avengers: Infinity War
 – Avengers: Endgame
 – DC League of Super-Pets (read Julian’s review)
 – Avengers: The Kang Dynasty
 – Avengers: Secret Wars
 – Fantastic Four
 – Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania
 – Secret Invasion

 

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