The guys discuss the original trade paperback of the Mark Waid/Alex Ross epic story of a dystopian DC future.
Some of the Geeks stop to talk box office. There isn’t much slated for today, so here we are.
We continue this weekly column on meaningless numbers.
Jimmy and Tom discuss “The Lion and the Unicorn,” “Showdown,” and “Riddler’s Reform”.
There are a lot of versions of the Joker origin story. The film The Dark Knight even offers a couple. But we think the internet has FINALLY solved the mystery!
This week the podcast came out a day early, but I got a new Kindle Fire and don’t know yet how to download the show before going to work to … Read More
Some cosplays are good, some are great, and some….damn….some make you believe in resurrection. This version of Heath Ledger’s Joker is just unreal. It’s so good, it’s almost disturbing. All credit … Read More
The entire geek portion of the Internet was united recently by the death of Leonard Nimoy. It was enough to get a lot of stupid talk about a dress off … Read More
Today we celebrate the roses that grew out of a steaming pile of horse manure. It’s easy to bask in the accolades of a strong performance in an epic superhero … Read More
Monday, we kicked off Oscar week discussing who would get the Oscar nods if only geek movies were eligible for consideration. Well, what if we took that rule, and stretched … Read More