Watson and Ryan hold down the fort for Episode 54 of the Gabbing Geek podcast while Jenny recovers from Tiredofputtingupwithalltheircrapitis. It’s going around. So the Y chromosomes talk about Star Wars, Hunger Games, Mars, Alexander Hamilton, movie villains, and the summer of 2016 in movies. You should listen to it right the heck now, or jump after the break to read even more!
Gabbing Geek 53: Slice And Dice, has 100% more female whale genitalia than you were expecting! First we cover Lego Dimensions and some Marvel TV news before bringing you an epic, impromptu space adventure featuring things about whales you never knew you always wanted to hear. Finally, we wrap things up with an upgraded spelling test to see who knows their fictional swords! You can listen to the episode right now or jump after the break to read more!
Ever wonder what a brutal show like Game of Thrones would be like if someone took the quotes of Monty Python and the Holy Grail and laid them on top of it? Me either. Thanks, Internet! (GoT spoilers obviously…)
Most geeks first experienced seeing Patrick Stewart in the role of the very un-Kirkish Captain Jean-Luc Picard on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Stewart had been an actor for years at this point, having been trained as a Shakespearean actor who played the London stage in tights that looked every sillier than the spandex uniforms he was asked to don for the first two years as Picard (Gene Roddenberry’s death allowed the producers to switch to more comfortable wool uniforms later in the series run). Later on, he played a character that sheer dumb luck was designed to look exactly like him, Professor Charles Xavier. Ask a number of geek fans if they know any other role he’s done, and they might be hard-pressed to name something.
Geek Love is not misplaced in this instance. We should love Patrick Stewart if for no other reason than he seems to be having fun most of the time, and he may very well be up for anything.
Nothing is more intimidating than Darth Vader in medieval times. Not only do you have Vader’s ability to use the force (which would be looked upon as sorcery) you have his size and strength to crush an annihilate even the most brave of King Arthur’s court. Thanks to Samuel Lee of Prince Armory, we have a stunning mashup of legends of old with legends from a galaxy far far away. See more awesome pics (and a video) after the break.