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Eight gladiators compete live at Chicago Comic-Con 2015 and debate the following topics with judge Andy Signore (creator of Honest Trailers) for the week of 8/28: FIGHT 1 - Dan Murrell v. Fan Jared McMorrow: Best Marvel Movie? FIGHT 2 - Nostalgia Critic v. Fan Joe Armenta: Which of DC's future movies should be cut? FIGHT 3 - John Flickinger v. Fan April O'Donnell: Who is the best working director today? FIGHT 4 - Chris Stuckmann v. Fan Joe Simpson: Better Franchise Hero? Luke Skywalker or Harry Potter? FIGHT 5 - Dan Murrell v. Nostalgia Critic - Who’s better? Indiana Jones or Han Solo? FIGHT 6 - Chris Stuckmann v. John Flickinger: Who’d win in a fight: Iron Man or Captain America? FIGHT 7 - Best Pixar Movie? Chris Stuckmann v. Dan Murrell Become a Screen Junkie! ? http://bit.ly/sjsubscr Got a tip? Email us ? tips@screenjunkies.com Follow us on Twitter ? http://twitter.com/screenjunkies Like us on Facebook ? http://www.fb.com/screenjunkies Support our Panel: Dan Murrell - http://twitter.com/MurrellDan Nostalgia Critic - http://twitter.com/ChannelAwesome John Flickinger - http://twitter.com/JohnFlickster Chris Stuckmann - http://twitter.com/ChrisStuckmann Andre Meadows - https://twitter.com/BlackNerd Andy Signore – http://twitter.com/andysignore Producers Andy Signore, Dan Murrell, Jason Inman, & Ken Napzok


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