We finally started watching Luke Cage, and today we share some early reactions. We also discuss some of the news coming out of this year's New York Comic-Con, including:
Hayley Atwell's new Agent Carter role
William Shatner's new Batman role
Sigourney Weaver's new Marvel role
Matt Ryan's Justice League Dark role
The Batman '66/Wonder Woman '77 comics crossover
The trailer for the Power Rangers movie
The trailer for the Doctor Who spin-off, Class
Other topics in this episode include the reason for the Luke Cage swear jar, and who might playthe female lead in the Han Solo movie.
It's #SHIELDWEEK at the Geek Assembly as we get ready for Season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What better way to mark the occasion that a visit with Costume Designer Ann Foley and Agent Coulson himself, Clark Gregg!
Ann joins Scott, Amy and Lauren to discuss her approach to designing costumes on the show and what went into the new outfit for Quake!
Later, Scott sits down with Clark to discuss the show, social media reactions, Season 3, the Dubsmash war and more!
Other topics in this episode include the new Star Wars Original Trilogy rumor, an animated Transformers movie, and the new live action Jungle Book movie.
All of this and we find out an interesting secret regarding Colonel Snubb!
Author Troy Benjamin visits the Geek Assembly to discuss Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 2 Declassified. We discuss the exciting revelations the books provide for fans of the series, as well as what was like putting the book together.
GANNIN attempts to understand the point of movie ratings as we discuss the good and not-so-good movies we saw this year. Plus, Lauren Gallaway shares her thoughts on the new Fantastic Four movie.
Other topics in this episode include the new Agent Carter villain, a popular Star Wars baby name and an early reaction to Batman vs. Superman.
After getting stuck in the elevator at The Fantastic Fortress, we take time to look back at some memorable moments, including discussions on movies ruining childhoods, dark storytelling, Marvel battles, Star Wars Celebration, character names and more.
We finally get to talk about Avengers: Age of Ultron, and in today's Geek Assembly Meeting, Russ Burlingame of ComicBook.com joins the discussion.
We also take a look at some of the TV show renewals and cancellations, which leads GANNIN to think he can re-cast Admiral 80s as a Geek Assembly member.
Other topics include Nintendo characters coming to Universal Studios, the cast of Captain America: Civil War and the plot for Legends of Tomorrow.
So, what's it like to watch movies for 27 hours striaght in the same theater? We discuss and decide whether or not we'd ever try it. Also, in today's Geek Assembly meeting, we look ahead to Upfronts and try to predict what could happen to certain geek shows. We also review what we liked & disliked about this past TV season.
Other topics include J.K. Rowling's apology, how Quicksilver can be in X-Men + Avengers, why Josh Trank is no longer working on Star Wars and the premiere of Star Wars Rebels Season 2!
Lauren Gallaway (Trinity Trek) guest hosts for Amy Marie.
This week, we put some GEEK into March Madness as Lauren Gallaway & Pete Benavides of the Scene N Nerd podcast join us for a Marvel Cinematic Universe themed tournament.
Also on today's podcast we discussthe trailer for Pixels, character additions to Mortal Kombat and a video game with a unique twist.
It's almost the end of another geeky year and we look back at some of the best movies, TV shows and characters of 2014. It's Fangirl's last podcast as host and we look back at some of her most memorable moments.
Other topics in this episode include character names from The Force Awakens, consideration of Jennifer Lawrence for the next Ghostbusters movie, Christian Bale's explanation of the end of The Dark Knight Rises and Marc Singer's new role in Arrow.
All this and GANNIN is on Twitter!
Jeff & Scott are joined by Kay (Fangirl Blog), Emily (Wrong Button Blog) and Cory (Coffee With Kenobi) to discuss geek TV and the state of geek culture in movies/television.
We review the premieres of shows like Gotham and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and decide what geek shows we would put on the air.
We also discuss whether or not geek themes is over-saturating pop culture and share thoughts on aMarvel movie college course.
The new fall TV season is almost here and we're getting excited! This week, the spotlight is on an old favorite and a new geek TV show!
When it comes to the success of The Big Bang Theory, it's amazing just how many different people love the show. However, not everyone in the geek community is a fan. We examine why we love the show & some of the reasons others dislike it.
Gotham is bringing us a unique Batman TV series and we're ready to check it out. John and Derek from The Gotham TV Podcast join us to talk about the excitement and expectations leading up to the premiere.
Other geek topics discussed today include reactions tothe new Batmobile, Peggy Carter's appearance on Agents of S.H.I.E.D., Harry Potter movies, Fangirl's upcoming review of Star Wars Rebels and Jeremiah Stewart of Bombad Radio reports back from Salt Lake City Comic Con.
Plus, GANNIN tries to turn today's Geek Assembly meeting into a sitcom.
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