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4-Panel 91 – Nobody Pffff’s Judge Dredd

Judge Dredd and Deadpool get TV shows (not together, and one is animated), while the casts for X-Men spinoffs The Gifted and The New Mutants are announced. And Powers gets cancelled … finally. Our featured comics are X-Men Gold #1 and 2, Grass Kings #1

4-Panel 90 – Free Comic Book Day Special 2017

It’s that time of the year again so get ready to explore the dark depths of our new big pile of free comics including Secret Empire, Guardians of the Galaxy, BOOM! Studios 2017 Summer Blast (featuring Mouse Guard, Brave Chef Brianna and Coady & The

The Geek Show - PX15 - Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

PX15 – Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

Controversial opinions and sandwich conspiracies ahoy on this latest episode of Press X. On the gaming side of things (that is what we’re all about after all), our bounty includes a load of LEGO (Worlds and City: Undercover), the strange Japanese school-based visual novel stylings

4-Panel 26 – Babysitting Galactus

This week we discuss Marvel’s variant covers featuring cosplayers, the possibility that George Miller could direct Man of Steel 2, a sequel to the manga series Fruits Basket, Batman-themed burgers and more. Our featured comics and manga are Yamada-kun and the Seven Witches volume 2,

4-Panel 22 – Green Lanterns Should Be 5 Years-Old

On this week’s show we discuss the new superhero comedy move Electra Woman and Dyna Girl, the Wynonna Earp TV series, the possibility of an X-Men/Fantastic Four crossover movie and more. Our featured comics and manga are Spiderman and the X-Men, X-Statix, Hail Hydra, Suicide

4-Panel 03 – Did Someone Say “Chimichanga”?

On this episode we’re neck deep in comics and graphic novels, so join us as we take a look at Batman Eternal, The Walking Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy, Army of Darkness, Justice League 3000, Witchcraft Works Volume 2, and Ordinary by Rob Williams and

The Geek Show’s Best Films of 2014

It’s not a new year here on thegeekshow.co.uk without the obligatory best films of the year list, and we aren’t ones to disappoint. The past 12 months at cinemas for UK audiences haven’t exactly been all that memorable. This is especially true when one considers the lack

14 Movies for 2014

Last day of 2013 in review, this time the focus is one those titles in 2014 that are whetting our appetite. Before the meat of this article, it’s only fair to highlight the gap between the USA December release schedule and the UK’s is incredibly