Some screenshots have been going around Comic Twitter discussing a contract and supporting documents alleged to belong to Terrific Productions. Occasionally, I dip my toes into Comic Twitter to see the latest discussions, so I’ve seen the discourse around the company and its practices. I have no idea if the documents that are going around are authentic or not, but after seeing them I definitely had some opinions as to their professionalism and legality, too long to put into a twitter thread. So I collected the pictures I could find and have assembled my thoughts here.
2020 still has us stuck at home and starving for more content, so the Geeks tell you what we’re geeking on and what we’re looking forward to in the next few weeks…months…years? Who knows. Plus we play a fun game to try and guess what 2020 news story we made up and which stories are true!
2020 is still the gift that keeps on begging to be returned. The Geeks cover some new 2020 news stories before turning to movie news and some streaming content developments. … Read More
This year is all kinds of messed up and that’s even beyond Covid and protests and politics! So to help you pass the time, the Geeks talk about some of their current pursuits and rank the top 10 crazy 2020 stories–and that’s just the FIRST HALF of the year!
The Geeks talk about movies possibly moving to on demand instead of theaters…permanently! Plus a fun Watson game to take our mind off current events by going back to the beginning of geek movies.
The one silver lining during this pandemic has been the announcement by Disney that the movie version of Hamilton will be streaming on Disney+ starting July 3! Join the geeks as we talk about all things Hamilton: the music, our experiences with it, everything! Followed by a fun game about the craziest content you can currently stream!
The Geeks take a look back at the last decade. Not just the most recently completed decade, but the LAST DECADE EVER, the 2010s. Enjoy some 2010 RODs, hear our picks for movie song of the decade, and enjoy an always fun Jenny game covering the decade.
While we’re still stuck indoors, the geeks discuss what are some likely and unlikely outcomes for geek franchises such as Harry Potter, Star Wars, the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and whether movie theaters will survive all in a massive game with no scoring called Most Likely!
The Geeks talk about Tiger King, the hot Netflix show that everyone is watching. Then we discuss Scythe, the first young adult book in a three part series that takes place in a world where death has been conquered. It’d kinda be nice to be in that world right now, yeah?
Nothing gets the geek heart pumping like a spirited conversation about Star Wars. The Geeks dive into the current state of the Star Wars Universe and where it might be heading.