On this week's stacked edition of The Fanboy Podcast, host Mario-Francisco Robles welcomes Batman-on-Film's Bill Ramey back to the show for an in-depth chat about Zack Snyder's Justice League. From the project's inception, to breaking the story that it was about to be entirely overhauled, the fallout from the theatrical cut, and the impending arrival of The Snyder Cut, the two share their unique perspectives on what a strange trip its been.

MFR also speaks candidly with Bill about their differing approaches when it comes to dealing with the more toxic corners of Snyder's fandom, and anyone who's had an issue with him (or any of the BOF crew) are sure to find what he has to say interesting.

Along the way, the two discuss a hypothetical Ben Affleck Batman miniseries on HBO, and share where they're at when it comes to DC's present and future on the big screen.

But before all that, MFR starts the show off with a long form reaction to the premiere of Superman and Lois on The CW. He has a lot to say about this latest iteration of the Superman myth, and how it speaks to something he's wanted for most of his life: More time with his friend.

Things then continue on to news of a Latino invasion of DC, with Blue Beetle getting announced, Sasha Calle, and Rachel Zegler all being cast in upcoming DC films. And Calle isn't playing just anybody, but she's our new Supergirl

He also touches on Mortal Kombat, Spider-Man: No Way Home, and Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness in a truly loaded episode of The Fanboy Podcast.

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