Tag Archives: Drama

4-Panel 86 – The Great Stinky Butthead Wars

So Marvel are under fire again for a nasty hidden message in X-Men Gold #1. In other news, Adam Kubert is getting auctioned and we take a look at the trailer for Batman & Harley Quinn. Our featured comics and manga are Trigun: Multiple Bullets,

Keyframe 76 – Strategically Placed Cherry Bakewells

The Academy has decided to change the voting rules for best animated feature, but what does that mean for anime? Also, Harlock may be getting a live-action movie (it was a slow news week). Our featured anime are Chobits and Monthly Girls’ Nozaki-kun. Tune in

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On The Box 73 – The Great British Chuckle-Off

So Assassin’s Creed gets a TV series, the NFL are changing their rules on adverts, Noel Fielding is going to be a host of Bake-Off and there’s a second attempt at a US version of Top Gear. We’re still not sure which of those could

Keyframe 73 – Strawhat Franky, King of Dad Jokes

Aside from the return of Duck Tales, Devilman and Hayao Miyazaki, it’s the 100th anniversary of Japanese animation. Hooray! Our featured anime and live-action movie are Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam, The Guyver (a.k.a. Mutronics), and One Piece volume 15. Tune in to The Geek Show

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On The Box 72 – Iron Lady Versus Bandit Queen

Aside from The Big Bang Theory getting a prequel we have a full cast of Inhumans and a slightly annoyed Schwarzenneger. This week we’ve been watching Apple Tree Yard, The Nightly Show and Modus. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the

Keyframe 72 – For All Your Death Stationary Needs

This week we’ve got export restrictions, dragon dentists, same faces, strange mousemats and all sorts of other paraphernalia that make animation such an odd place to visit. Our featured anime are Berserk (1997), and Death Note. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for

Keyframe 71 – The Proletariat Elbow

It’s a shorter show than normal this week, partly because it’s awards season. Normal service will resume shortly (I’ve always wanted to say that). Our featured anime is One Piece: Gold. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions

My Twentieth Century

“We live in the flicker”, Joseph Conrad famously wrote, referring to the breathless speed of technological advancement in the crossover from nineteenth to twentieth century.  In addressing the same historical period, Ildikó Enyedi’s debut film My Twentieth Century – released on DVD and Blu-Ray by

Keyframe 70 – Kirito’s Computer Haka

This week we’ve got Antarctic Doraemon, Gintama Valentine’s statues, and an odd choice for a cybersecurity officer. Our featured anime are Metropolis and Psycho Pass part 1. Tune in to The Geek Show Podcast Network for all the latest news, discussions and reviews, and follow

4-Panel 77 – Going Kamandi

Comics have become over-saturated with, well, comics. While we try to work out that statement, Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Universe comics may also be heading to the big screen. Our featured comics and manga are Fairy Tail: Twin Dragons of Sabertooth (Fairy Tail Gaiden), Low, Occupy