Our latest episode of the Gabbing Geek podcast has MCU movie news, Ready Player One movie news, the Fangirl Geek Book Club, and a riveting discussion on what makes geek content in the first place. And Watson introduces what might be the world’s worst convention ever. You can give the episode a listen right now or jump after the break to read more!
Watson was out of town yesterday so Tom took over our Box Office report with something different. Sure, he reported the top five movies’ box office and the top zero Broadway shows but then Tom asked an interesting set of questions about why we care. Find out what he asked and all the answers after the break!
Gabbing Geek episode 55 is not what you’d expect–if you were expecting the promised Geek Book Club about Fangirl. That has been unexpectedly delayed to episode 56 and you’ll find out exactly why. We also talk about Lego Dimensions, Gotham, the Martian (movie version!), and play an alien trivia game. Give the episode a listen right now or jump after the break to find out more!
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!
It’s October, the leaves are falling and some of our favorite movies and shows are “falling” off of Netflix. On the Comics side of things we will be losing some Wolverine Cartoon episodes, but that is about it from the Geek perspective. I am personally sad about Losing some Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure, The Hunt for Red October, and Saturday Night Live. My son is missing Sid The Science Kid-Season 1 from PBS but is hoping Season 2 appears soon.
You can catch the full list of additions and disappearances here. What are you going to miss or checkout for the first time?
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!
While everyone else drafts Fantasy Football teams, the Gabbing Geek podcast is doing something a bit geekier. We’ve got robots and Chinese movie thieves and fantasy box office and trivia! What more could you ask for? How about Watson’s voice going up two octaves? Oh, it’s in there! Give the episode a listen right the heck now or jump after the break to read more.
September is a big month over on Netflix. We have some great additions, but are losing a lot of “Geek” favorites. First, the bad news–depending on how you look at it–is that we are losing “Transformers: Age of Extinction.” We are also losing the original Star Trek movie from 1979 and the newest one “Into Darkness” this month.
On the bright side, we are gaining the first season of “Gotham,” the highly rated series on Fox about Bruce Wayne’s home town.
For the complete list of whats coming and going when, check it out after the break and let me know what you’re going to miss most. Our thanks to CNET for compiling all the Netflix comings and goings. Continue reading New On Netflix In September
Gabbing Geek 51, Battle Lines, is so contentious you’ll think it was a presidential debate where every single candidate is Donald Trump. We talk about corporate wars at Marvel, the latest salvo in the battle of the video streaming giants, our epic Geek Book Club discussion of Armada, and our latest game: Battle Royale. You can start listening to this amazing, ferocious episode right now or jump after the break to find out more!
News broke yesterday that Marvel Films was being reorganized within the Disney company so that President Kevin Feige would report directly to Walt Disney Studios Chairman Alan Horn. While news of a studio reorganization is usually the stuff for entertainment industry publications, this involves beloved geek properties in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and actually has some fantastic consequences for fans of the Marvel films. Marvel Studios is now free to go after bigger talent for their main roles–we might even have a chance to see Jennifer Lawrence as Captain Marvel! Jump after the break to find out why it’s now possible!