Tag Archives: Military

Keyframe 90 – The Worst Kept Secret in Anime

This week we’ve got movies galore with the Mobile Suit Gundam movie trilogy (I, II: Soldiers of Sorrow and III: Encounters in Space – we had to break Mark out of Gundam rehab for them), followed by a special treat called The Boy and The

4-Panel 104 – A Terrible Ninja Infestation

We had a couple of technical issues which have caused a slight echo in this episode. Elsewhere in the greater realm of comics there was a terrible press panel for Inhumans, Karl Urban is in talks to play Judge Dredd again, Netflix buys Millarworld and

Wolf Warrior II

How American cinema has changed since the 1980s, I’ll use the action film as the conduit to make this point. Back then we had ridiculously over the top, jingoistic, star vehicles centred around a handful of names. Now, those films are shot and financed exclusively

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,

Keyframe 81 – Pope Gundam’s Cosmic Dance-Off

Everything’s backwards this week as we start off with our featured anime – Parasyte: The Maxim (Kiseijuu: Sei no Kakuritsu) part 2, Gundam Reconguista in G and Is It Wrong To Try To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? (Dungeon ni Deai wo Motomeru no

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

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 10 – I Can’t Find The ‘K’

On this episode we discuss the new Celebrity Deathmatch series, the third installment of Kung Fu Panda, Epic Games movies, solid gold Kamen Rider statues and more. Our featured anime this week are K (K-Project), and Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honneamise (Ouritsu Uchuugun:

The Patrol

Historically, War in cinema has come in a number of guises and styles – heroism, propaganda, the horror, anti-war and now the post-millennium pragmatism that has followed in the footsteps popularized by Katherine Bigelow’s Hurt Locker and Zero Dark Thirty. In that flood of realistic