For a character that’s been dead since 1973 and outside of some clone shenanigans has never been resurrected, Gwen Stacy sure is popular these days. Probably much to known hater Tom Kelly’s chagrin, Gwen just launched a second title that she is headlining. After the break, a brief history of Gwen and a look (with possible spoilers) at Unbelievable Gwenpool #1.
I’ve been filling in for Watson for a while now on the Box Office Report despite my repeated preference to never do these again. Seriously, why do we do these at all?
Then, after a long conversation with last week’s distant Watson cousin, I finally figured it all out.
The only Avengers book I’ve been reading regularly since the end of Secret Wars is All-New All-Different Avengers. That is mostly because of the presence of Miles Morales. (I read Uncanny Avengers for about 5 minutes before Peter Parker/Spider-Man left the team.) And much like I mentioned in my Spider-Women Alpha review, I’m a sucker for crossovers, especially those that interrupt my regular monthly readings with tie-ins. As such, I’ve been reading the Avengers Standoff event. Some spoilers and thoughts on the latest chapter, Uncanny Avengers #8, after the break.
At last, Ryan has seen and reviewed the eponymous Batman Vs Kramer: Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes. He didn’t like it.
Well, it wasn’t good, but to be very fair, I will now list all that was right about it. SPOILERS and such.
Not an April Fools Joke, this is seriously a brand new episode of Gabbing Geek! And not only is it audio but video as well! Jump after the break to see the full video of the session or you can download the audio from your favorite podcast source.
In this episode we talk about the things we’ve been geeking out on for the past few months and then play a cruel, cruel game of Spoiler Trivia. Ryan has to answer trivia questions and for every one he misses the questioner gets to reveal a spoiler about Batman v. Superman (because Ryan is so lame he still hasn’t seen it). Find out what happens after the break!
Look, ticket buyers, we get you.
We know you don’t listen to critics. Or us. Both Ryan and myself counseled against seeing the new Divergent movie. But a lot of you did anyway. Rotten Tomatoes ranked it at 10% fresh. And still a bunch of you went.
How many? And who has got the report this week? Check after the cut.
Another week, another box office report.
So much to do, so little time.
It’s almost spring time, a time when young men’s minds skip to flights of fancy and other stuff like that.
Point is, we still haven’t found Watson, whose mind skipped to something with a lot of nachos and cheese in a far off land. Time for the box office report.
Look, we here at Gabbing Geek are performing a public service.
I have no idea what that service is, so here’s the Box Office Report. We still can’t find Watson, though he did somehow make some Oscar predictions by carrier pigeon.
Have you seen Deadpool? If you’re reading a blog called Gabbing Geek then you probably have. If not…what is wrong with you? Go see it right now! It is funny and action packed and…don’t take the kids. It is R rated for a reason.
If you have seen Deadpool, did you stay for the post credit scene? I hope so. It may be a little low key as far as post credit scenes go, but it is really smart in terms of references. After the break, check out a video that does a great job breaking down the post credit scene as well as giving viewers that may not be familiar with the comic X-Universe some information about a character you may be seeing in Deadpool 2.
The video has no real Deadpool movie spoilers, but does show the end credit scene.