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On this page you will find information about Podcasts, Blogs, events and other relevant interesting things run or organised by Irish fans of comics, TV shows, movies and more. Simply read all about them below and if they sound like they are your type of thing, sure go click on their links and give them a read, listen or viewing.

Two Irish Superfans explore the full 80 plus year legacy of the Man of Steel with fun filled retrospectives on all things Superman including movies, comics, television, video games, animation and even the 1940’s radio show!

We leave no stone unturned as we celebrate the enduring icon that is Superman!

Podcast is available on Apple, Google, Spotify, Podbean and Sound Cloud

Host Info:

Alan Burke

Alan has an extensive knowledge and passion for comic book literature and the history and legacy of Superman in particular.

An avid collector of comic book and film memorabilia, Alan believes that iconic comic book characters, such as Superman, represent the equivalent of modern day mythology.

Rob O Connor

By day, Rob O’Connor is a TV producer working in Ireland on a number of successful series.

By night, Rob keeps his horizons broadened with a steady diet of 90s teen dramas, videogames and superhero comics.

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The one stop shop for Reviews, News and Interviews with Spin 1038's 'We Love Movies' features presenter Andy McCarroll.

Featuring the flagship "Extra Vision" episodes. Where guests are asked "What 3 movies you would pick if you could walk around Xtra-Vision one last time"


Extra-Vision boasts a number of A list guests. From Peter Capaldi, Jon Bernthal, Barry Keoghan, Salma Hayek, Al Foran, Robert Kirkland and Declan Shalvey.


 The one stop shop for Movie Reviews, News and Interviews.


The 501st Legion is an all-volunteer, non-profit international Star Wars costuming club whos aims are to raise money for charities, to support community events and promote the franchise through appearances their members make in costumes that represent all eras of the Star Wars Saga.

Formed in August 1997 by Albin Johnson and Tom Crews, the Legion now has over 13,000 active members worldwide, with over 26,000 approved costumes.

The Legion is active on 6 continents, with local units known as "Garrisons" and "Outposts" in over 60 countries. Garrison members work in their areas or countries to create that local identity and to encourage teamwork within those communities.
501st Legion’s member’s research, build, craft and make their own costumes, in their own time and expense to appear at events.

Members are encouraged to strive for the highest level of screen accuracy and realism in order to bring the characters of the Star Wars universe to life.
As such it would be easy to mistake the 501st Legion as a cosplay group but really we are a ‘costuming’ club; where accuracy and dedication to making the most authentic costumes is as important to our members as raising money for the charities we support.

As well as attending larger national and international events, our key objectives is also to give something back to the communities we live in through charity fundraising at the events we attend – large or small.

Learn more about the great charity work and appearances they make around Ireland. Or maybe join the Dark Side and do some good.

Want to find out how to contact them about making an appearance in your area?  Click on Vader for all the details.


Sure Look, Sure Listen is a weekly popular culture podcast hosted by two very professional communicators from Dublin, Ireland. Every Monday morning, just in time for your first commute of the week, Mick and Ben spend an hour talking about the latest news in the world of genre TV, movies, books, games and comics. Regular features include deep dives into topics like mythology, cosmic horror, well worn tropes and representations of Irishness in pop culture.

Mick Leonard is the co-host and editor of Sure Look, Sure Listen as well as the co-founder of Seomra Beag Productions. At heart he is a classic nerd, brought up on Marvel Comics, Star Trek and action figures. He loves sci-fi, giant robots, cosmic horror and spaceships. Mick also writes almost all of these descriptions.

Ben Collopy is notorious liar, equivocator and Seomra Beag co-founder who happens to co-host Sure Look, Sure Listen. Classically trained in the Arts, Ben loves interesting line-work, strong themes, copious archetypes and a trope or two. He also loves Batman. Ben is unlikely to ever read this description.

You can find their dulcet tones at the following links...

@listensure on twitter

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On the slab horror show is a weekly show where three horror fans talk about their favourite horror films, actors, directors, even concepts for films.

Not experts, just fans giving a fans opinion, and a bit of banter in between.

currently available on Youtube but soon on audio formats like Spotify.

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KingWoes Court is a podcast dedicated to the passionate and very talented Irish Heavy metal scene. All manner of Irish bands have been on the show and even some bigger artists. A great chat is guaranteed when you listen to Carl and his guests chat about experiences of the road, recording and even gigs....The Court is in session!

Available on Youtube, Anchor, Spotify, Apple podcasts...



This one is self explanatory. Click on the image for all the details

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Daniel Fee is an Irish YouTuber who enjoys talking about himself in the third person.

He owns the ICN Award Winning YouTube Channel, Daniel Fee33!

Where he reviews comics, and conducts interviews!


He’s done over 70 interviews, and he’s interviewed a variety of guests, from actors, screenwriters, comic book writers, and more!

He’s interviewed comic book creators such as Grant Morrison, Chip Zdarsky, Jeff Lemire, Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, Gerry Conway, Declan Shalvey, Frank Quitely, Brian Bolland, and more.


Here’s what some of these creators think of Daniel


“Remarkable” -Grant Morrison


“Daniel Fee is the real deal. A thoughtful and funny interviewer with an intense knowledge of the medium” -Chris Condon


“Some Chancer” -Nick Roche


“he appreciates the medium, is refreshingly uncynical, and prepares with a work ethic well beyond his years.” -Ethan Sacks


“The world of comics is better place for having him in it.” -Jake Lynch


“evil chessmaster” -Rob Williams


“He is very cool and funny and has lots of friends and he is awesome” -Daniel Fee


So do yourself a favour…. Well favour is a strong word, but that’s not the point! Go subscribe for interviews, reviews, and more!


STAR WARS returns for the May The 4th Sci-Fi film Festival  taking place  in Portmagee and Valentia Island on the Skellig Coast from May 4th to the 6th. More will be revealed about the programme and the various events over the coming days and weeks but get those dates in the diary, register online and join us, in person to celebrate all things Star Wars and Sci-Fi movie wise. Meet the 501st and REEL ICONS too as they patrol the area as the Empire and as characters from movies, tv and comics


Find out more at

And stay up to date with announcements at






#maythe4thbewithyoufestival #Maythe4thbewithyou #may4th #skelligcoast #portmagee #valencia #wildatlanticway

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Reel Icons is a Division of the 501st legion Ireland covering all aspects of heroes and villains characters that are not Star Wars related.


They make appearances for charity and events and the like.

Want them to appear at an event?

Contact them via their Instagram page at

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Listen to Scared Sh!tless with Gordon Hayden on Spotify. Scared Sh!tless is a horror movies podcast presented by Irish film critic Gordon Hayden from the hell pit that is his, erm, toilet!?!? Each week Gordon interviews horror icons about their careers in the genre along with speaking to film academics and critics about the enduring appeal of horror movies.

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A celebration and exhibition of all things from Comics to Movies, Toys to Pop Culture. Fun for all the family.

It's a FREE entry event happening on Sunday July 3rd as part of Edenderry Festival Family Fun Day.
It will take place in a venue on JKL Street, Edenderry, County Offaly from 11am til 5pm.

10am-11am will be for visitors with additional needs and with reduced noise. 

Check out the FB page for more. Click the button below to bring you to it.

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