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!
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.
Marvel’s first big event for 2013 has come and gone. Mr Hunt gives us a rundown of it and we…
I debuted the promo for an upcoming project I’m involved in called “Podcasters Assemble” and ranted on whether the podcast is “Christian” and a revelation of the meaning of the podcast’s tagline “Geek Culture Without the Pocket Protector”.
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.
I had the pleasure of sitting down over Skype with comic book writer Ben Avery to talk about his writing career and his podcast, Strangers and Aliens. Along the way we talked about his new webcomic, George R.R. Martin, Aquaman, and why Ben doesn’t read Superman comics.
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.
Considering I’m using a new app to record the podcast now, I decided to try it out in this episode,…
Batman, The Dark Knight, the Caped Crusader… whatever you want to call him, there may be some facts that you don’t know about him. In this episode I go through the history of DC Comics’ vigilante super hero.