This week, Andrew, Mick and Rob witness the birth of … (hang on because we’re pretty sure we can do that trailer thing in text) … a/ HER \o with “Captain Marvel”. As far as we’re concerned Brie Larson has always been our captain, but
Here we are, not only is this the last 4-Panel of 2018 – it is also the last podcast from the geek show of 2018. Before that though, we have a mini-episode to tide you over, and in this one Andrew, Mick, and Rob go
If you’ve been reading comics for long enough you’ll have the first-hand experience of cross-over events, ranging from the good (The Infinity Gauntlet, Crisis on Infinite Earths), the strange (Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad), the bad (Civil War II), and the truly awful (Secret Empire).
While Producer Rob trudges back from the realm of video games in the midlands that he voluntarily got trapped in, it’s up to the Comics Sage (Andrew), and Old Man Comics (Mick), to run the show, so after a discussion about the trailer for Captain
The Geek Show returns for another go on the science and technology silly-go-round, and this time Producer Rob has been joined by the prodigal Andy. So what’s on the cards this week? Well, we’ve got grief counselling for Avengers: Infinity War, complaints about star names
After some Thanos-based finger-snapping shenanigans only two-thirds of us are available for this episode, so join Mick and Producer Rob as they discuss J.J. Abrams’ new and “subversive” superhero movie, DC’s plans for another TV adaptation Swamp Thing, and a strange case involving Superman, Lois
It’s time to get neck deep into comics and manga again, and this week we’ve stolen “borrowed” one of the hosts from another show in the Geek Show’s podcast family. He’s [in] our gaffe now. Unfortunately we recorded this a few days before that movie
Sometimes drastic measures must be taken in order to bring balance to the universe, which is why we’re making the effort to placate the spoiler-wary by moving our Film of the Week to the back of the show. So we start with Off the Shelf