Tag Archives: DC

The Geek Show - S15E04 - Electric Rat Takes the White House

S15E04 – Electric Rat Takes the White House

Hoist the sails for another quick trip around the marina with our flagship podcast (See? We can do boat puns). This week Graham and Andrew anchor down for Spiders in Surrey, UK droners, Snapchat hot-dogs and a rather tragic fail for a YouTube wannabe trying

4-Panel 107 – Black Bolt has the Best Lines

The ongoing saga about who will direct Suicide Squad 2 continues. Meanwhile, ABC have expressed some concerns about their Inhumans TV series … Oh, and Sheena: Queen of the Jungle is getting another live-action adaptation for some reason. Our featured comics are Serenity: No Power

4-Panel 103 – Even Space Dragons Need To Poop

There are a lot of unanswered questions this week, like why are the special effects of Inhumans … not very good, why can’t Zazie Beetz just use her real name instead of being called Domino, and why oh why DC did you decide to have

The Geek Show - PX24 - Solving The Widdler's Widdles

PX24 – Solving The Widdler’s Widdles

It’s the last episode before Press X goes on hiatus for a while, but fear not as we will be back in a new form in the future. Until then we leave you with Batman: The Enemy Within episode 1 and Final Fantasy XIV: Stormblood.

4-Panel 101 – They’re Mandible-Licking Good

With the next DCEU movie confirmed as Shazam, DC also announce the third instalment of the “popular” Colonel Sanders – Justice League crossover. Meanwhile, Sega and Archie Comics end their partnership and we take a look at the BBFC’s most complained about movies. Our featured

4-Panel 99 – Choc Ice with Gravy

It’s our first trans-continental episode this week as Mick gets magically transported to Dubai. We also have news future Spider-man movies (that isn’t actually news), and some very strange DC crossovers. Our featured comics and manga are Valerian: Ambassador of Shadows, Swordless by Nikki Kidura,

4-Panel 93 – The Teleporter Made Me Do It

It’s all change in the world of superhero movies with Joss Whedon replacing Zack Snyder at the helm of Justice League, the possible addition of Namor and Beta Ray Bill to the MCU, and other stuff. Our featured comics are Rocket #1, Superwoman #1 to

The Sandman: Neil Gaiman’s Dream Epic

The Sandman is a comic series written by Neil Gaiman which was first published in the late 80s and early 90s. Rightly considered to be ground-breaking, and beloved by its fans, it also has a reputation for being highbrow, dense and inaccessible. So is it

4-Panel 92 – Leaking From Every Orifice

This week we discover the trailer for Black Lightning and Batman & Justice League: The Manga, but the big news is that Fairy Tail is coming to an end (but expect a lot of spinoffs). Our featured comics are Suicide Squad: War Crimes, Secret Empire