It’s another hard-hitting episode as I give my opinion on the recent news surrounding Chris Hardwick and Chloe Dykstra, as well as share the way the writers of Infinity War would fix the DCEU.
Welcome to a new old feature here at the GEEK THIS website, called Finally Friday. The plan for this is to share what the team has been geeking over the last week. It’s really just a reinvention of our Recommends segment from episodes past.
This week, I (Dave) am the lone contributor. Mainly because I didn’t ask anyone else.
Geoff Johns steps down as DC Comics Chief Creative Officer and I end the episode with a discussion about the serious issue of depression.
GEEK THIS! is back from a short hiatus! The Toys That Made us could easily be marketed solely to collectors, but for me, there was a little bit of nostalgia, even with the good amount of toys that I never played with. I’m a fan of history, documentaries, and pop culture, so the series hit on multiple cylinders.
Yes, the show is on hiatus for another week or so, but we absolutely had to get together and talk about Deadpool 2! David Hunt and Mike Kostrewa return for the discussion, which has a very brief non-spoiler section before we dive in head-long.
TL;DR: New episodes will return on June 6, 2018.
At the end of the most recent episode of the podcast I mentioned I’ll be taking a hiatus during the month of May.
This week we re-assembled our personal team of Avengers to talk about Infinity War. It’s a longer episode (with some audio glitches, sorry) featuring David Hunt and Mike Kostrewa back behind the microphones again. We definitely enjoyed the movie and had a great time talking about it.
In the last two episodes, I’ve been sharing pieces of lore surrounding Avengers: Infinity War, which is the culmination of 10 years and 18 films within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Today, in the third and final part of my Road to Infinity War series, I’m going to dig into the history of the Mad Titan, Thanos.
The Infinity Gems power the Infinity Gauntlet and as you might expect, they’ve have switched hands a time or two. The real question, though, is “Where did they come from?”
The Infinity Gauntlet has had an interesting existence since it debuted in 1990. We’ve seen Thanos wearing it in the Infinity War trailer but that doesn’t mean someone else won’t get their hand into it. We’ll have to see.