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We get introduced to another supergeek called the 8-Bit Kid who joins a discussion about TV shows that should've produced a toy line. Merchman takes advantage of this discussion to brag about his newly reacquired Resistance membership card.
Laura Ventura fromSaveOurSeeker.com gives the assembly a report on the successful efforts to bring Legend of the Seeker back on TV.The geeks discuss the potential development of a Agent Peggy Carter television series, a comic continuation of Serenity, some new superhero videogames that are coming out and a couple of cosplayers that got called on the carpet for their unique camo-costumes.
During the assembly meeting, the supergeeks talk about geeking out in the movie theater. Merchman plays an interview he conducted with Ron Glass and the geek assembly votes on the television shows they want to bring back.
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We have plenty of geek shows entering a new season, but we also have a number of new geek shows to see this fall. Daniel Manu of Television Without Pity gives the assembly an in-depth preview! We also discuss the success of The Big Bang Theory and wonder how long it can last.
GANNIN connects us to film critic Bobby Blakey who gives us a review of Riddick. We look over reports about a petition to give Loki his own movie, new Harry Potter inspired movies, the new Flash and a new female buddy cop series.
Fangirl opens the assembly meeting with a question about what comic-cons to attend as she prepares to visit New York Comic-Con. Merchman share his experience about seeing this at Star Wars Celebration II. The assembly discusses and votes on whether or not it's a good idea to incorporate iPads into special movie screenings.
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The doors of the Fantastic Fortress open for the first time and after a very important discussion on lunchboxes, GANNIN surprises everyone by proclaiming his love for a popular TV series.
At GANNIN'S command center, Jeremiah Stewart of the Bombad Radio podcast gets the assembly up to speed on the latest Episode VII rumors.
Justin Cavender of Geek Legacy gives his take on recent comments from Marvel about a possible leading female super hero and Katie Sackhoff's potential role in it.
We learned more about the new Transformers movie.
And we discuss David Hasselhoff's comments about playing Nick Fury (instead of Samuel L. Jackson), which leads Fangirl to create a controversy about a certain Jedi Master.
The assembly meeting begins with Merchman, Fangril & Admiral 80s discussing their views on Star Trek Into Darkness and sharing their top three movies of the past summer. GANNIN plays Merchman's interview with Star Wars: Kenobi author John Jackson Miller.
Today's central issue deals with the casting of Ben Affleck as the next Batman. While there has been plenty of nerdrage about the casting, there have also been compelling arguments made for us to take a step back and consider why Ben Affleck as Batman could work.
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