There’s tasty food from the movies you love, conversations with the comics industry, and more Batman in this week’s Finally Friday!
Joker and Riddler are at war, Gordon Ramsey is still yelling, and Aaron Mahnke tells more stories. All in this week’s Finally Friday.
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.
Wolverine finally joins podcasting, DC goes even darker, and Nicolas Cage is finally Superman!
In the latest installment of the DCEU, Zack Snyder brings Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg together to take down Steppenwolf before he can bring an end to human civilization.
What secret connection do both Batman and The Joker share with a strange and mysterious young girl? After she’s kidnapped by The Joker, Batman must plunge deep into the underworld of Gotham City and race against time to find out where she’s being held. The stakes are high, and for Batman, it’s personal!
We look back at the 1996 crossover event, DC Comics VS Marvel Comics, wherein DC heroes and villains battle Marvel heroes and villains to see which universe should survive!
When one of our beloved comic characters dies in a story, we’re supposed to be surprised and shocked and saddened. Usually, though, we all say the same thing, “I give it six months and they’re back from the dead.” As true as that is, there have been some deaths in Marvel and DC Comics that have been tragic.
ISMAHAWK launched a Kickstarter for their Nightwing: The Series fan film in 2014 with the intention of only being a 3-part miniseries on YouTube. After being fully funded at $20,000, they moved to a 5-part series. In this episode, Dave sits down to review the entire series. Does the first Robin succeed without his Dark Knight beside him? Listen and find out!
The heinous villain, Work Lord, struck the hosts of Geek This! last year and held them captive, unable to record any conversations about geek culture. Luckily, they found a way out of the prison and made this episode!