Before we go see Rogue One and react to it, we take time this week to look back on the other movies we saw this year. We talk about the movies we liked, the ones that disappointed us and the films we didn't get a chance to see.
Other topics in this week's podcast include the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 trailer, the confirmation that Rogue One will NOT have an opening crawl, early impressions from 28 minutes of Rogue One, the announcement of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child coming to America and Spider-Man's classic costume upgrade.
All this and a big announcement is made about our plans for 2017.
The DC Comics Rebirth event starts this week, so Matt Moore stops by the fortress to shed some light on what it all means.
We react to some of the new television show trailers that have been released the recent days, including Son of Zorn, Conviction, Time After Time, Making History, Designated Survivor, Imaginary Mary, MacGyver and others.
Other topics in this week's podcast include a police officer that gave a boy his Pokemon collection, reactions to Suicide Squad test screenings, a role for Michael Keaton in Spiderman: Homecoming, and the cast for Thor: Ragnarok. We'll also react to the new Ghostbusters and Star Trek: Beyond trailers.
Meanwhile, we continue to investigate the recent activity of The Troll and try to determine whether or not he's working alone.
Jordan Maison of Cinelinx guest hosts. We discuss the ways Luke Skywalker may or may not be susceptible to falling to the dark side. We also look back at the fall televisions shows we watched this year and rank which ones entertained us the most/least.
Other topics in today's episode include Harrison Ford's comments about which trailer lines are misleading, how Spider-Man and Ant-Man fit into Civil War, and trailer reactions:
Independence Day: Resurgence
Also, GANNIN tries to mix holiday and geek spirit.
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.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, Josh Brown of The 40 Going On 14 Podcast joins us to discuss whether or not movies like The Goonies exist anymore.
We look at the state of Marvel, franchise rights and the MCU as it relates to the X-Men and Spider-Man. Does Marvel want X-Men to fail? We'll also discuss the announcement about Spider-Man joining the cinematic universe.
Plus Lacey Valle shares her review of Kingsmen:The Secret Service.
Other topics include shortening movies, the new line of Harry Potter Funko Pop figures and getting dropped into the world of Batman: The Animated Series.
Music in the Felicia Day Spa is composed by Lee Fitzsimmons.
We've talked about the Batman documentary, Legends of the Knight & now we've seen it! In today's episode we review the film and discuss how heroes like Batman inspire people to do wonderful things. In today's geek assembly meeting, we take a look at this long list of cancelled Star Wars projects and react to some of the games and TV shows listed.
Other topics discussed include female stuff in The Lego Movie sequel, memories of Carol Ann Susi and Spiderman's big paycheck.
All of this, plus reaction to the Avengers trailer and GANNIN tries to be Ultron!
The Fantastic Fortress is a place for all geeks to assemble and that's why we don't like to get reports of bullying of any kind. In today's geek assembly, we take a closer look at kids that have been bullied because of their fandom.
Not long ago, we learned about Katie Goldman getting bullied for her Star Wars fandom, only to see other fans & members of the Star Wars family rally around her - inlcuding the 501st providing her with her own Stormtrooper armor.
Recently Katie's mom was made aware of a 7-year-old girl named Allison who was getting bullied for her Star Wars and Spiderman fandom. Once again, some great people in the Star Wars community and Katie herself stepped in to show some much needed support. We take a deeper look into her story and discuss the problems and challenges related to bullying.
We'll take a look at a new movie trailer about Video Games and remind Admiral 80s about a certain movie with a certain theme song that recently came out on Blu-ray.
We'll also cover geek topics such aswhich stories help kids tell the truth, the latest Disney Star Wars racer, a new name attached to Star Wars: Episode VIII , some new details on the third season of Arrow, a new DC standalone movie and which comic book character Daniel Radcliffe would like to play.
All of this and FANGIRL is back!
Superman, Spiderman, Batman and a rebellion are the focus of today's episode. It all starts with geeky reactions to the newly released Star Wars: Rebels trailer and the Episode VII casting announcement.
Today's Geek Assembly meeting is all about Superman as we discuss Joe Quesada's recent comments about Superman playing the villain in Man of Steel and Zach Snyder's comments about people's attachment to Christopher Reeve's Superman. All of this is happening as plans move forward for a Justice League movie.
We'll also discuss Batman Day, a new Spiderman character, Marvel's Netflix shows and a Halo TV series. Bobby Blakey, the Mighty Movie Master, gives us his review of The Amazing Spiderman 2.
In today's episode, Dan Zehr of the Coffee With Kenobi podcast sits down to talk with Scott about how the Assembly of Geeks podcast is produced. As part of that discussion, they share favorite moments, podcasting advice, and of course, geek talk. Podcast resources shared on the show include:
Samson QU2 Mic
Podcast Answer Man
Entrepreneur on Fire
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