In this episode, we discuss the trailers for Justice League and Wonder Woman, giving our expectations for and thoughts on both. We review the latest Star Trek movie and give our thoughts on the latest news of the upcoming series. All this and more in Episode 13 of Discussing Who. This episode hosted by Clarence Brown, Lee Shackleford, and Kyle Jones.
Episode 13: Justice League, Wonder Woman, and Star Trek Beyond
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