We're back for our FOURTH SEASON and to start things off, GANNIN miraculously pulls Scott, Jeff and Amy our of 1985! They're back just in time for a Geek Assembly meeting discussion about possible ideas forfuture Star Wars spin-off movies.
Other topics this week include a record breaking month for comic books, a new Syfy series produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, the story behind the punk rocker in Star Trek IV, a Fruit Ninja movie and othervideo game movies in development.
Matt Moore of Comic Book Noob joins us to discuss some comic book topics, incluidng the new Archie TV series, the Hanna-Barbera comics series and the times where Batman and Superman killed their enemies. Also on the podcast this week, we discuss the movies we'd like to see for the first time (or again in the movie theaters).
Other topics in this episode include a new Justice League animated series, an upcoming Star Wars TV special about the Disney parks expansion, rumors surrounding Darth Vader's role in Rogue One and the sequel to Spaceballs.
Other links -
When Batman and Superman have killed their enemies
Will Batman break his no-kill rule in Batman vs. Superman?
What was learned in the Batman v. Superman prequel comic
Justin Bolger joins the Geek Assembly today to discuss a couple of Star Wars lists that have been published -
Ranking the 50 best Star Wars Vehicles and The Dumbest Decisions Made by the Jedi Council.
We also discuss theupcoming fall TV schedule and what show's we'll be watching.
Other topics discussed today includeMary Jane's appearance in an upcoming Iron Man comic, the list of toy/boardgame movies that are coming to theaters and a new Back to the Future documentary.
All this and the fortress is visited by Colonel Snubb. He's there to inspect the building and irritate everyone.
We take time to remember composer James Horner during today's Geek Assembly meeting. Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) stops by to discuss The League of Regrettable Superheroes.
Other topics in today's podcast includeearly reactions to Ant-Man, the new Captain Marvel writers, ideas for new Kick-Ass movies and the latest reports onSpider-Man in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
As we begin today's podcast, Scott & Jeff are testing out some new toys on the holodeck...leading to a discussion about new toy announcements.
Later in the Geek Assembly meeting, we discuss whether or not Batman Returns is the ideal DC Comics Dark Knight movie and whether or not The Matrix ruined the sic-fi genre.
Other topics include a new Heroes comic book series, a look back at Christopher Lee's life, reactions to Jurassic World and the plot for Independence Day 2.
This week's podcast opens with Regina Davis &and Matt Moore of Comic Book Noob as we get to know them a little better & learn more about their passion for comics. In today's Geek Assembly meeting Geek Kay of FANgirl Blog and Rebecca Johnson of Supergirl Radio join us to discuss the TV show trailers for The Muppets, Supergirl & Legends of Tomorrow.
Other topics include Quicksilver & Scarlet Witch changing parents again, the chance for a Star Wars/Marvel channel, Stephen Amell's claim that Arrow is done and Doomsday's reported appearance in Batman vs. Superman.
Also see - Supergirl TV Trailer Easter Eggs
Scott and Jeff are back from Star Wars Celebration and there's plenty to talk about...including the time that BB-8 rolled out on stage for everyone to see. John Wenz joins us to discuss his Popular Mechanics article on BB-8 and sort out how the droid actually functions.
Other topics include reactions to the Batman vs. Superman trailer, the latest on renewal chances for Agent Carter, Frank Miller's new sequel to The Dark Knight Returns and a young Jedi that wants to get married.
All this and we announce a NEW comic book podcast!
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