Dave discusses the audiobook Ready Player One written by Ernest Cline and read by Wil Wheaton.
YouTube launched its YouTube Red service in October 2015. Over a year later, Dave talks about whether the content provided is worth the $10 you’ll be spending each month.
Dusting off the microphone (for the millionth time it seems), Dave pops in to share 5 of his favorite podcasts from 2016 as part of International Podcast Day and shares some behind-the-scenes info on the status of the show.
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!
It’s been a long-awaited film, yet critics are tearing it to pieces. Is the new Batman v Superman film really that bad or can it be redeemed? Dave, David, Mike, and Adam look at what Zack Snyder & Co brought to the silver screen to determine if this movie can, indeed, launch the Justice League franchise they’re hoping for.
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!
The gang of geeks (Dave, David, and Mike) return all riled up with a small chat about Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well as DC Comics’ film schedule.
Marvel dominated the end of October by releasing trailers for Avengers: Age of Ultron and Agent Carter, along with the mind-blowing release of the MCU’s Phase 3 line-up. Dave discusses the news and shares his own thoughts on each story.
David and Dave hop into the time machine and travel back to the 1990s to talk about some of our favorite toys. We even give props to a local store, Kokomo Toys & Collectibles. What was your favorite toy from your childhood?
David and Dave remember the late Robin Williams with their own Top 5 lists of their favorite flicks.