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4-Panel 73 – I Love Thing

In Marvel’s haste to release lots of mutants back into the comic-book wilds, they also give Jean Grey her own series. Oh, and She-Hulk is now The Hulk, and Totally Awesome Hulk isn’t (The Hulk that is). Our featured comics and manga are Civil War

Pick of the Geek: Red Rising

I first read Red Rising in 2015. I picked it up randomly from the library, thinking it looked quite interesting. I had no idea it was going to completely blow my mind. This book is an amazingly-written rollercoaster, full of action, humour, and tenderness. The

The Geek Show - On The Box

On The Box 66 – Resting Blue-Steel Face

As always, television has its ups and downs. Michelle Yeoh will be in Star Trek Discovery (up), there are troubling rumours about The Apprentice (down), and we look at the trailer for Emerald City (currently free-falling passed the moles). This week we’ve been watching Channel

4-Panel 72 – There’s Too Many Snakes!

Seriously. The sheer number of Snakes managed to confuse one of us quite badly. Aside from that, Bone is getting three animated movies and Young Justice is coming back! Our featured comics and manga are Foolkiller #1. The Unbelievable Gwenpool #8, Homicidal Psycho Jungle Cat

Keyframe 67 – Crossplaying As RoboPotter

This week we’ve got trailers for robot boys and little blue people, Kung Fu Panda fraud, and some tear-jerking anime titles (according to some Japanese fans). Our featured anime are Pokemon: The Movie 2000 and Nobunaga the Fool. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast

4-Panel 71 – Bishounen Chewbacca

After the trailer for Wonder Woman, Avengelyne getting a movie and Naoki Urasawa announcing a new manga series, things take a turn for the weird. Our featured comics and manga are Godzilla: Oblivion, Godzilla: The Half-Century War, A-Force #10, The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl Beats Up

4-Panel 70 – Openly Feminist Breakfast Cereal

Aside from Marvel raising awareness of inflammatory bowel disease and the seventh Silent Manga audition, it’s not a nice week in terms of news. Our featured comics and manga are Goblin Slayer, Black Paradox and Mockingbird #8. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network

Pick of the Geek – Alice in Wonderland (1966)

Whether it’s the colourful whimsy of Walt Disney’s 1951 cartoon, the Victorian ghoulishness of Jan Švankmajer’s 1988 Alice or the CGI empowerment fantasy of Tim Burton’s 2010 version, film-makers have always enjoyed using Lewis Carroll as a springboard for visual excess.  The one exception is

Crane Game Girls (Review)

Crane Game Girls is a series of short 4-minute episodes and follows the story of 3 girls who are tricked into joining a secret organization which plans on saving the world from an impending asteroid collision. The girls are tricked into thinking they are hired