Jordan, Jesse, Go! Episode 96: Ras-Poutine with Jonathan Goldstein

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Jesse and Jordan are joined by Jonathan Goldstein, author of "Ladies and Gentlemen... The Bible!" and host of the CBC's Wiretap.

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Patrick Meaney, whose untitled Grant Morrison documentary, previewed in the exclusive clips above and below, will analyze the writer’s storied run for Marvel and DC Comics on standout titles like The Invisibles, X-Men and Final Crisis as well as more esoteric series like The Filth and Flex Mentallo.

The relative obscurity of the latter two may not last long, as Hollywood roots
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but Moore is definitely a name they recognize, as is Frank Miller. I feel like we could soon be seeing a bunch of Morrison film projects in the not-too-distant future.”

Morrison is working on it, but he’s in no hurry.
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weaponized animal cyborgs turning on their programming, has been tossed around development hell for years, recently landing in the unlikely lap of Kung Fu Panda director John Stevenson.

“The We3 movie is still churning its way through the Hollywood machine,” Morrison told Wired.com this March. “John Stevenson is still attached as director, the animal effects have been costed and apparently some concept and poster drawings are being done. I try not to think about it, in the hope it’ll all just finally happen one day.”

That hope will no doubt be rewarded. Morrison’s comics are among the most challenging, and rewarding, in circulation today. Whether he’s rebooting Batman or Superman, or mashing the perhaps unfilmable Invisibles into a historical, psychedelic and sci-fi mind grinder, the Scotland-born and sometimes Los Angeles-based writer is a minefield of approachable yet envelope-pushing possibilities.