This week, we discuss the newStar Trek Fan Film rules released by CBS/Paramount. We also get a report from Emily after her first trip to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter in California.
Other topics discussed in this episode include Tom Felton joining The Flash, a new Disneyworld rumor surrounding The Muppets, the addition ofJohn Malkovich to the movie Supercon, the list of bonus features in the Captain America: Civil War Blu-ray release and a new television series about the son of Professor Charles Xavier.
Plus, find out what Barney the Dinosaur and alien lizards have in common.
With Father's Day upon us, we take some time to celebrate geek dads this week. It all starts with a conversation with Regina Davis (Comic Book Noob) and her father Mark Davis. Matt Moore, as well as other Geek Assembly members share thoughts on being geek dads.
Other topics this week include The Killing Joke's screening date, the appearance of Superman on the Supergirl TV series, the new Netflix series, Stranger Things, the new Star Wars Lego series, The Freemaker Adventures, the Blu-ray release of the animated Transformers movie and Hayley Atwell's thoughts on Captain America's Civil War kiss.
All this and The Troll finally makes another appearance.
In his latest comic book, Captain America has declared his allegiance to Hydra! The internet has responded with intrigue and outrage. So, Russ Burlingame (ComicBook.com) joins The Geek Assembly to infuse some context into the whole situation. With Nick Spencer receiving death threats over the story, we examine the disturbing trend of loud, irrational nerd rage. We discuss Jordan Maison's commentary called, Taking Fandom Personal - The Need For Thick Skins.
Other topics discussed this week include the possibly of Tom Hiddleston becoming the new James Bond, thedelay of No Man's Sky, finding out that Mel Gibson turned down the role of Odin and the newest list of upcoming geek movies.
All this and GANNIN initiates his plan to draw The Troll out of hiding.
We're back, and we start things out this week with spoiler-free reactions to Captain America: Civil War. This makes GANNIN become fascinated with superhero match-ups.
We've missed some time, so we spend this week's Geek Assembly meeting talking about a variety of topics, including:
Paul Feig's frustration with Ghostbusters hate
The Killing Joke trailer
Megan Fox's interest in Indiana Jones
The new Netflix series about The Punisher
The Star Wars floating hand confirmation
Ben Affleck's new Justice League role
This is Amy's last podcast as a regular host, but she will be back to discuss more geek stuff!
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we react to the announcement of a new Indiana Jones movie and discuss what it could mean for the future of the franchise. We also share initial reactions to what we've seen so far from the new season of Daredevil.
Other topics discussed on this episode include the latest news on the casting of a new Han Solo, what's next for Iron Man and post-credit scenes attached to Captain America: Civil War.
All this and The Troll continues to wreak havoc on The Fortress.
It's March Madness and that means it's time for our heroes vs. villains tournament! Last year it was Marvel, this year it's DC Comics. Matt Moore and RuthAnn Thompson (Geek Chic Promotions) join us!
Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) guest hosts for Jeff. We discuss Carrie Fisher's response to the Slave Leia controversy and take a look at some of the unique and bizarre Slave (or Hutt-Slayer) Leia merchandise that's been produced over the years.
We also look ahead to 2016 and announce our hopes for the geek world in the new year.
Other topics in this episode includethe reason why The Hulk isn't appearing in Civil War, reactions to the new Batman vs. Superman trailer, the number of people auditioning for Han Solo and George Lucas's reaction to The Force Awakens. Plus, Scott announces plans for a Star Wars movie reactions podcast.
All this and Amy gets to use her bow and explosive arrows a lot.
Other link - Important and/or Insane Slave Leia Merchandise
Matt Moore of Comic Book Noob guests hosts as we examine recent fan reactions to George Lucas and Severus Snape. First, we discuss the exchange between J.K. Rowling and fans about Harry Potter's decision to name his son after Snape. Later we analyze a CBS This Morning interview with George Lucas and discuss his relationship with Star Wars fans.
Other topics include the latest on a new Gremlins movie, a new Incredible Hulk comic series,the big budget for Legends of Tomorrow and theCaptain America: Civil War trailer.
Here's how you can help Nathan Ashley see Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
It's our Season 3 premiere! Jeff and Scott discuss their Force Friday experiences and where they found the best stuff. Lauren Gallaway joins the Geek Assembly to discuss time travel in movies and television shows. Does time travel ever work in a story? What's more important - the science or the number of plot holes? We discuss it all and examine The Time Machine, Back to the Future, Terminator, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, The Flash and more.
Other topics this week include Force Friday's rarest collectible, a Goonies immersion theater experience, the upcoming C-3PO comic book and Chris Evans talking about his future with Marvel.
All this and the Geek Assembly meets its arch nemesis.
A special thanks to Steve Van Zandt for his work on this episode!
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.
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