24 Panels #93: WEIRD SCIENCE

It seems Dru has taken a trip into the future (he accidentally wandered into a group of time travellers from the year 2150 who were touring the Air Canada Centre. These things happen), so Chris and Dave pick up the slack this month as they discuss the 1985 John Hughes film Weird Science, the male teen empowerment fantasy/comedy based on the Weird Science anthology comic. In the process, the pair discuss whether John Hughes’ body of work resembles the popular culture memory of it, misogyny, homophobia, and the late, great Bill Paxton.

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Dave

Dave is the co-host of 24 Panels Per Second.

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