Okay, haha, here’s the REAL episode! It’s been a while since the Geeks have gotten together and a lot has happened over the fall and winter. Let’s find out everything that’s been going on in the geek world and what’s coming up next that we’re all excited about. Jenny also gets personal about some recent comic books and there’s a new Watson game that everyone will be talking about for weeks to come.
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.
It’s a brand new year (has been, for a month or so) and the Geeks are here with their Bold Predictions, Geek Resolutions, Biggest Anticipations, and a Geek Book Club!
It’s an all mail bag special episode as we take your questions and answer them. DC movies, Marvel movies, guilty geek admissions–it’s all here. All of it. If it isn’t in here, then it’s your fault for not asking!
Set before the events of Avengers: Infinity War, Scott Lang returns as the lovable crook, turned hero known as Ant-Man. The original film was charming enough, but it ranked in … Read More
I personally liked season one of Jessica Jones over all the various Marvel Netflix series. The show’s handling of Jessica and her personal trauma made for a compelling character, especially as … Read More
Marvel releases their first truly global and uniquely diverse film. Would they do the historic release justice?
Despite some audio quirks that make Ryan sound like Buffalo Bill, this week the Geeks talk about the rumors that Quentin Tarantino may write and direct the next Star Trek movie, we award our Geek of the Year prizes, and we play a fun game to see if Jenny and Watson can tell the difference between a Watson movie review and a blurb from Rotten Tomatoes.
The Infinity War trailer (NOT A TEASER, JENNY!) is here and we’re very excited at what’s coming in May (NOT THAT, WATSON!). Plus we talk about some new TV seasons before launching into a Watson game about TV shows that may or may not destroy the podcast.
Frank Castle returns in a surprisingly nuanced new TV series from Netflix.