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Superhero Ethics

  • Gojira as Metaphor: Shin Godzilla & the Fukushima Nuclear Accident

    18 JUN. 2024 · Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive deep into the 2016 Japanese film Shin Godzilla. They explore how this installment in the iconic Godzilla franchise serves as a powerful metaphor for the devastating Fukushima Nuclear Accident of 2011. Join them as they unravel the layers of social commentary and critique woven throughout the film.Key Points: - How does Shin Godzilla differ from previous Godzilla movies in its tone and style? Matthew and Riki discuss how the film is shot more like a documentary or mockumentary, emphasizing bureaucratic incompetence and red tape in the face of disaster. - What parallels can be drawn between the events in Shin Godzilla and the real-life government response to the Fukushima Nuclear Accident? The hosts examine scenes that mirror the Prime Minister's actions during the crisis and the film's criticism of inadequate evacuation orders. - Does Shin Godzilla take a stance on Japan's military and its role in national defense? Matthew and Riki explore the complexities of Japan's pacifist identity post-World War II and debate whether the film suggests a need for a stronger military presence. Other Topics Covered: - The meaning behind the title "Shin Godzilla" and its cultural significance - The absence of the Japanese Emperor in the film and its implications - The portrayal of the United States and its role in the movie's conflict - Themes of national pride, rebuilding, and civilian ingenuity in the face of adversity - Comparisons to the more recent film, Godzilla Minus One Shin Godzilla proves to be a thought-provoking and socially relevant addition to the Godzilla franchise. Through its biting satire and poignant metaphors, the film sheds light on the complexities of governmental response to crises and the resilience of the Japanese people.  We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • We Won! Now What?

    11 JUN. 2024 · We love to see the heroes overthrow the evil king/ruler/government/corporation. But what happens next? Riki and Matthew dive into those questions. From Avatar: The Last Airbender to Star Wars, they examine the challenges and moral dilemmas that arise when it's time to rebuild society and create a new order.Key Points: - How do we deal with the defeated villains and their supporters? Is punishment always the answer, or should reconciliation be the goal? - Can heroes avoid becoming the very thing they fought against once they're in power? - How important is it for victorious rebels to have a clear vision of what they stand for, beyond simply opposing tyranny? Matthew and Riki grapple with these weighty questions, drawing on examples from popular franchises and real-world history. They discuss the nuances of holding war criminals accountable while also acknowledging the role of propaganda and societal pressure in shaping individuals' actions. The conversation also touches on the danger of creating messianic leaders who can lead rebellions but then become oppressive rulers themselves.Other topics covered in this episode include: - The role of coalitions in rebellions and the challenges of uniting different factions post-victory - The importance of trials and understanding individual culpability in the aftermath of war - Examples of stories that explore the difficulties of rebuilding, from Dune to Star Trek - The potential pitfalls of seeking revenge versus focusing on creating a better future Throughout the discussion, Matthew and Riki emphasize the need for more stories that grapple with these complex issues. They argue that by exploring what happens after the victory celebration ends, we can gain valuable insights into the real-world challenges of building a just and stable society.So join us for this fascinating journey into the messy aftermath of heroic uprisings. Whether you're a fan of science fiction, fantasy, or political dramas, this episode of Superhero Ethics will leave you with plenty to ponder long after the credits roll. We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • When Heroes Fall, Who is to Blame? Anakin, Killmonger, and More

    4 JUN. 2024 · In this thought-provoking episode of Superhero Ethics, hosts Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive deep into the question of why heroes become villains and where the responsibility lies when they fall. Using examples from Star Wars, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Matthew and Riki examine the complex factors that can lead even the most heroic figures down a dark path.Is Anakin Skywalker solely to blame for his transformation into Darth Vader, or do the Jedi Order and Palpatine share responsibility for his fall? How much did the differing upbringings of Zuko and Azula shape their destinies? And what role did Killmonger's experiences with racial injustice play in his turn?  Through their nuanced discussion, Matthew and Riki explore the tension between personal accountability and the impact of circumstances and institutional failures. They argue for moving beyond simplistic notions of blame to instead ask what lessons can be learned to prevent future tragedies. The hosts apply this lens to their own lives as well, reflecting on how self-examination and breaking generational cycles are key to growth.Other topics covered include: - The importance of good mentorship and emotional support for vulnerable youth - How authoritarian regimes can re-emerge in the wake of revolution  - South Africa's Truth & Reconciliation Commission as a model for societal healing Bonus content for members on the upcoming Acolyte show! We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • X-Men ‘97: Can Heroes Retire?

    28 MAY. 2024 ·  Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi are joined by Will Freeland and Steve Stormoen from the Hype Is My Superpower podcast to dive deep into the complex themes and character arcs of X-Men ‘97. The animated series revival has reignited discussions about tolerance, activism, and the challenges of retiring from the superhero life.The conversation kicks off with an exploration of the idea of superheroes retiring, focusing on Cyclops and Jean Grey's attempt to take a break from the X-Men to raise their child. The group discusses the real-world parallels to activist burnout and the importance of self-care in the face of never-ending battles for justice.The discussion then shifts to the show's handling of love triangles and whether they serve the story or feel like lazy writing. The hosts and guests also debate the line between fan service and telling an original story, questioning how much can be changed before it no longer feels like an authentic X-Men tale.Perhaps the most thought-provoking segment of the episode centers around the meaning of the phrase "tolerance is extinction." The group explores the differences between mere tolerance and true belonging, and how this relates to the struggle for mutant rights in the X-Men universe.Other topics covered in this engaging conversation include: - Is Morph in love with Wolverine, and what does this mean for the character's gender identity? - How accessible is X-Men ‘97 to newcomers, and is it okay for a show to cater primarily to long-time fans? - What role does Professor X's commitment to nonviolence play in the story, and how does it compare to Magneto's more radical approach? - Should the X-Men allow characters like Cyclops to retire and pursue their personal dreams? We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • Dune: Part Two • Mythology & the Fremen

    21 MAY. 2024 · Host Matthew Fox dives deep into the world of Dune: Part Two with special guest Professor Matthew Kapell, an expert in anthropology, mythology, and religious studies. Together, they explore the complex themes of religion, destiny, and the power of myth in shaping the identities of individuals and entire civilizations, and how that is explored in the novel, and the second movie of Dune.Key Points: - What role does mythology play in the Fremen religion and their sense of identity? - How does the movie Dune: Part Two critique the idea of the "chosen one" and charismatic leaders? - In what ways does Dune draw inspiration from real-world history and religions, especially Sunni Islam and the Caucasus region? - What do the actions of the Bene Gesserit reveal about the use of mythology and religion as tools of control and manipulation? Throughout the episode, Professor Kapell shares his deep knowledge of the Dune universe, highlighting the intricate tapestry of religious and mythological influences that author Frank Herbert wove into his iconic sci-fi series. From the Fremen's Zensunni religion to the Bene Gesserit's calculated seeding of prophecies, Dune: Part Two offers a thought-provoking commentary on the power of belief and the dangers of blindly following charismatic figures.Other topics covered include: - The influence of the book https://bookshop.org/a/56788/9780993092725 on Dune.  (Use that link to shop from an independent bookstore AND help support this podcast.) - Princess Irulan's expanded role in Dune: Part Two - The symbolism of Chani riding a sandworm at the end of the film - Comparisons to other sci-fi franchises like Star Wars and Star Trek - Member Bonus Content: Hopes and predictions for Dune: Part Three and future adaptations Whether you're a die-hard Dune fan or simply fascinated by the intersection of science fiction, religion, and mythology, this episode of Superhero Ethics is a must-listen. Join Matthew Fox and Professor Matthew Kapell as they navigate the complex and captivating world of Dune, uncovering the deeper meanings behind one of the most influential science fiction stories of all time. We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • X-Men ‘97: Is Tolerance Extinction?

    13 MAY. 2024 · Is Tolerance Extinction? Was Magneto Right? Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive into the complex moral questions raised by the new Marvel animated series X-Men ‘97 on Disney+. The show, a continuation of the beloved 90s X-Men cartoon, explores themes of tolerance, assimilation, and the fight for mutant rights in a world that fears and oppresses them. The central question debated by Matthew and Riki is whether Magneto, the mutant extremist who believes coexistence with humans is impossible, was actually right all along. Is Professor X's dream of peaceful integration naive and ultimately doomed? Is violent resistance the only path forward for mutant liberation? The philosophies of the two leaders are compared to real-world civil rights movements and the tensions between assimilationist and separatist approaches.Other key questions and topics covered include: - Does the mutant island nation of Genosha represent empowering self-determination or harmful segregation?  - How much should a sequel series cater to fans of the original vs. making itself accessible to new viewers?   - The importance of authentic representation, as seen with casting Jubilee with an Asian-American voice actress - Parallels between anti-mutant prejudice and real-world discrimination against LGBTQ people, immigrants, and the disabled From debating political theory to nerding out over continuity references, Matthew and Riki cover a lot of ground in this deep dive into a surprisingly sophisticated superhero story. Whether you're a die-hard X-Men fan or just interested in the social commentary of the Marvel universe, this episode of Superhero Ethics will give you a lot to think about. Be sure to tune in and join the conversation! We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • Anime & Japan

    7 MAY. 2024 · What Makes Anime ‘Anime’? Exploring the Unique Elements of Japanese AnimationIn this episode of Superhero Ethics, hosts Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive deep into the world of anime, exploring what sets this beloved Japanese animation style apart from its Western counterparts. As an American with Japanese roots, Riki offers unique insights into the cultural and stylistic elements that define anime, sparking a thought-provoking discussion about the genre's global appeal.Key Points: - What is the true definition of anime? Is it simply animation from Japan, or does it encompass specific styles and tropes that are uniquely Japanese? - How has growing up with anime influenced Riki's understanding of himself as a fan of Japanese culture? - Can non-Japanese artists and studios create authentic anime, or is there an intangible element that can only be captured by those immersed in Japanese culture? Other Topics Covered: - The evolution of anime's accessibility and popularity in the United States - The influence of anime on American animated series like Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra - Iconic anime movies and series, such as Akira, Dragon Ball, and Cowboy Bebop - The differences in storytelling and character development between anime and American comic book adaptations - The role of anime in exploring mature themes and the genre's appeal to a teenage and adult audience We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • Alan Moore, Superheroes & Fascism

    30 ABR. 2024 · Do superheroes promote fascist ideology? In this episode of Superhero Ethics, hosts Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive deep into https://screenrant.com/alan-moore-interview-illuminations-jerusalem-superheroes/ with renowned comic book writer Alan Moore, who argues that the concept of superheroes contains elements of fascism. Join us as we explore the complex relationship between superhero culture, authoritarianism, and the impact these iconic characters have on our society.Key Points: - Is there an inherent problem with the fantasy of extraordinary individuals with superhuman abilities solving the world's problems? We discuss Moore's critique that this longing for a "quick fix" through superpowered beings is problematic and unrealistic. - How does the nostalgia often associated with superheroes and their stories play into fascist ideology? We examine the role of romanticizing the past and the persecution of outgroups in both superhero narratives and fascist movements. - Can the iconography of superheroes be co-opted by real-world fascists? We analyze the fine line between depicting villainous "superhero-like" characters and inadvertently glorifying their actions. - Has the evolution of superhero stories from children's entertainment to adult-oriented content contributed to a misinterpretation of their themes and messages? We explore the impact of this shift on audience perception and understanding. Other topics covered: - Defining fascism and its differences from authoritarianism - The immigrant experience in Superman's origin story - The role of secret identities and "passing" in superhero narratives - Examining Ozymandias as a villain in Watchmen and the moral dilemma he presents Conclusion: Alan Moore's critique of superheroes and their potential links to fascist ideology raises important questions about the power of popular culture in shaping our societal values. While superhero stories can inspire hope and heroism, it is crucial to remain mindful of the messages they convey and their potential to be misinterpreted or exploited. As fans and creators, we must engage in critical discussions about the complexities of these beloved characters and their impact on our world. https://screenrant.com/alan-moore-interview-illuminations-jerusalem-superheroes/ on which our episode is based. We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • Is Failure the Greatest Teacher?

    23 ABR. 2024 · Was Yoda right when he told Luke, "The greatest teacher, failure is," in Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi? What did he mean, and how does this idea play out in the rest of the movie?Riki and Matthew dive into this question, asking just what Yoda means. Is he referring to his own failures, and those of the Jedi? How does this fit with his idea of "do, or do not. There is no try." Who else fails in this movie, and what do they learn from it, and which character's arcs are executed well or poorly? We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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  • One Piece: Can Pirates Be the Good Guys?

    16 ABR. 2024 · Matthew Fox and Riki Hayashi dive into the question of whether a pirate can truly be a hero. Using the popular anime, manga, and live-action series One Piece as a focal point, they examine the complex nature of piracy and its relationship to morality.The discussion begins by defining the term "pirate" in both English and Japanese contexts, considering its historical and cultural implications. Matthew and Riki then explore the character of Monkey D. Luffy, the protagonist of One Piece, and his unique brand of piracy that challenges traditional notions of right and wrong.Can Luffy's altruistic goals and strong moral compass justify his actions as a pirate? Is he redefining what it means to be a pirate, or is his behavior ultimately misguided? The hosts engage in a lively debate, drawing parallels to other fictional characters like Captain America, Captain Jack Sparrow, and Batman.Key topics covered in this episode include: - The definition of piracy in various cultural contexts - Luffy's moral code and its implications for his actions - The role of the World Government in One Piece and its impact on the perception of pirates - Comparisons between Luffy and other fictional heroes like Captain America and Batman - The philosophical question of whether an individual's moral compass can supersede the law Throughout the discussion, Matthew and Riki offer insightful perspectives on the nature of heroism and the complexities of navigating a world where the lines between right and wrong are often blurred. They also touch upon the broader themes of personal freedom, the pursuit of justice, and the potential pitfalls of unbridled confidence.Whether you're a die-hard One Piece fan or simply fascinated by the ethical dilemmas posed by fictional characters, this episode of Superhero Ethics is sure to leave you with plenty of food for thought. Join Matthew and Riki as they grapple with the question: Can a pirate truly be a hero?The articles mentioned in this episode were: - http://asianstudies.org/ - https://www.crunchyroll.com/news/features/2022/11/6/feature-freedom-heroism-and-the-definition-of-pirate-in-one-piece - https://japaneseparticlesmaster.xyz/kaizoku-in-japanese/ We’ve started the conversation. Now we want to hear from you!Want to continue the discussion with us? Agree or disagree with what we talked about, or add your own thoughts? We’ve got options for you! - Email: ✉️ https://theethicalpanda.com - 𝕏: https://twitter.com/ethicalpanda77 - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPanda - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethicalpandapodcasts/ - TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theethicalpanda - Visit https://trustory.fm/superhero-ethics for more information, contact info, and more! Want to support the podcast AND get ad-free episodes and bonus content? Become a supporting member of The Ethical Panda Podcasts! Members get access to bonus content with (almost) every ad-free episode of this and my other podcast, Star Wars Universe Podcast! Plus, you'll be showing your support for this show, and all things Ethical Panda. Visit our home on https://trustory.fm/star-wars-universe-podcast/ to learn more and kickstart your subscription today! - https://www.wgacontract2023.org/ - https://www.sagaftrastrike.org/
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