The Big Stomp – May 2020

The Synder Cut, post Covid-19 conventions and misleading gameplay videos are the focus of May 2020's edition of The Big Stomp

Big Stomp May 2020

Broadcast live on Twitch on the last Thursday of every month, The Big Stomp is the geek & pop culture discussion show covering the latest news stories and topics of discussion. Hosted by Andrew Watton-Davies aka The Raggedyman, three panellists take part in each show with a story they feel is worth stomping about. 

Episode Player – Audio Version (55 minutes)


Episode Player – YouTube Verison (90 minutes)

What happens in this episode? 

This episode was recorded live on 28th May 2020.

Andrew Watton-Davies is joined by Hugh K. David, Lizzie Barnes and Michael Hirst for this episode of The Big Stomp.

To start the geeky discussions, Hugh offers his thoughts on the recently announced Synder Cut of Justice League. Is there enough reason to be excited about this new vision of the DC film or should it be left alone?

Michael brings his topic to the show next. As a convention organiser himself, he ponders and debates with the group about the future of conventions in a post-COVID-19 world. With many events cancelled, rescheduled or opting for an online event instead, what does the future hold for these popular events?

Finally, Lizzie shares her grievances with misleading video gameplay trailers. The highly anticipated reveal of the new Assassin’s Creed on Xbox Series X left a lot to be desired. But who’s at fault? Those behind the console or those behind the game?

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Station and Website Manager of Bunkazilla UK. Interests: Movies, Anime, WWE, Video Games

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