The Geeks have a serious discussion about two possible influences of greed on our beloved properties: the Sony/Marvel break-up over Spider-Man and recent hot comic book titles.
The Geeks read some stuff and you get to join in the conversation! Find out what our crew thought of our first geek novel in our book club, Six of Crows, followed by some impromptu comic book reading with Kingdom Come and Neil Gaiman’s run of Eternals. Plus a Watson game as the Dude’s rug to tie it all together.
As a professional thespian dragon, I feel the need to take a deep breath and clear the air. Oh, did that fill you with either a sense of dread or … Read More
The 2019 San Diego Comic Con brought us a bunch of Marvel Cinematic Universe news and a few other tidbits. What do the geeks think about MCU Phase 4 and were we really surprised by anything at the show?
The geeks review the Elton John musical biopic Rocketman and then debate who should be on the Mount Rushmore of solo musical talent!
I am a very forgiving movie grader. I even enjoy most movies people consider bad because I can find something fun in them. But Godzilla: King of the Monsters is beyond bad–it’s the kind of movie that makes me angry. This is an easy win. Get giant monsters together. Have them fight. That’s it. And yet, the latest Godzilla movie manages to spoil just about everything. Full details after the spoiler break if you actually care. You should not care.
Two beloved geek properties, Avengers Phases 1-3 and Game of Thrones, ended in the past month. Did either or both stick the landing?
Stop reading this and go see Wandering Earth. Right now.
Captain Marvel is out and it’s all the Geeks can gab about! Make sure you’ve seen the movie, then join in our conversation about this eagerly-awaited next chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe!
It’s an all television episode of Gabbing Geek as the Geeks tell you what TV shows they’re currently geeking on (or really looking forward to), we play a round of everyone’s favorite game: ROD (Rent Own Delete), and then it’s a fantastic game of Pitch Please as we each pitch a TV show based on a beloved franchise. The twist: these pitched shows are ones you DO NOT want to watch. Or do you? You’ll have to listen to find out!