Daniel Butcher of Welcome to Level 7 joins Dave to write a love letter to their favorite mercenary. They discuss whether Wade Wilson is an idiot or if he’s using sarcasm for something deeper. Also in this episode, a discussion about the Guinness Record-holding wedding issue.
We dive back into the world of Batman with Christopher Nolan’s second film in the highly-acclaimed Dark Knight Trilogy. With memorable performances by the entire cast, including a stellar performance by Heath Ledger as The Joker, this very well could be the best Batman film to date.
Part 7 in our BATMAN ON FILM series.
We’ve returned from our very brief hiatus with some news! We also announce the winners of our Variant Giveaway!
As the first true installment of our Batman on Film series, we go to the way-way back machine and visit 1966’s Batman: The Movie.
Marvel’s first big event for 2013 has come and gone. Mr Hunt gives us a rundown of it and we speculate what it may all mean. Could the company be attempting a series of events to trigger a “New-52”-styled reboot of their own, even with Marvel NOW currently in the works? What if the 616 … Continue reading Surviving the Age of Ultron – 015
ABC and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. TV series will be airing this Fall and comic book fans around the world are stoked! We here at Geek This! Podcast are just as excited, but there’s a question that looms over this entire show: How in the world is Agent Coulson still alive?
Warner Brothers and DC Comics returned to the big screen for their highly anticipated summer flick, Man of Steel. The film stars Henry Cavill (Immortals, The Tudors), Amy Adams (Trouble with the Curve, Enchanted), Michael Shannon (Take Shelter, Vanilla Sky), Russell Crowe, Diane Lane, Kevin Costner and Lawrence Fishburne. Zack Snyder directed the film and Christopher Nolan produced. We, however, discussed it in this episode.
Summer usually equals some really great movies for geeks, so we’re going to launch a series of episodes aimed right the big titles being released this summer.
Iron Man launched Phase One of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe. After 2012’s The Avengers we were left wondering where the House of Ideas would take us next. Luckily Kevin Feige and his crew have an idea.