On this very special episode, Jeff muses with Dan from Musings of a Geek podcast and Amy from the Culture Babble podcast! Jeff, Dan and Amy discuss the latest Age of Ultron trailer, talk Shakespeare with the X-Men and wonder how a grown man can get Mono! Dan describes the difference between Ohio and California and Amy states how her trip should be the start of a horror film when she tells her husband that she is meeting two guys from the internet! It's a very special episode!
Join Dana as he shares his feelings about the later films in the Elm Street franchise!
The new guy is two for two! Jamie Mathieson quickly shoots up the Doctor Who episode writing charts with “Flatline!” Sure, this may have one of those this-has-never-happened-before- except-the-time-it-did type situations, but he’s just channeling Moffat. And for all of Stevie-boy’s big talk, Matheison actually delivers monsters that make you run for the back of the couch! The metaphorical couch. In your mind. We don’t own a couch.
Dave’s It’s a Book Dave for this podcast is the obvious one for once, Flatland by Edwin Abbott Abbott. That is not a typo. Check it out at Project Gutenberg!
This week’s WhoTube reaches back all the way to the bygone era of 2006, with Calapine’s “Zombie (a Doctor Who fanvid)” – http://youtu.be/abSzx3O9awA
Join Michael & Michelle as they detail out their long list of shocking TRUE ghostly encounters in this special Halloween episode. Whispers, footsteps, icy hands they have experienced it all, most of which took place in the Glisan street home where the activity increased in intensity over time. Audio proof included!
Also Michael tells about the insane series of unfortunate events that led to his cancelling his appearance on Graphic Novice for the 2nd time that includes running after a car in the rain.
BONUS!: Baby farts.
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In this, our 38th episode, we start out with all the familiar off-topic banter, including some podcast network discussion and the potential for an indie comic review special. One of our co-hosts spends the majority of the episode offline, and we discuss a serious lack of karaoke tracks for the Wolverine Memorial Bad Karaoke Jam.
The majority of our comic news session revolves around re-numbering, the increasing price of comics, and various event related conspiracies.
In our "Rapid Fire Review" segment for books released on October 15, 2014, we discuss Evil Empire #6, Lumberjanes #7, Wild's End #2, Batman Eternal #28, Teen Titans #3, Cutter #3, Deadly Class #8, Manifest Destiny #11, Trees #6, Avengers & X-Men: Axis #2, Death of Wolverine #4, Death of Wolverine: The Logan Legacy #1, Edge of the Spider-Verse #5, Fantastic Four #11, Magneto #11, New Avengers #25, and Uncanny X-Men #27.
Following "Best Book of the Week" selections, Doc and Nickel try to come up with a method to make comics a full-time profession while maintaining a comfortable lifestyles, and discuss some of the gloom and doom being preached by certain comic retailers. As always, we wrap things up with a look at what we'll be checking out in the upcoming week (October 22, 2014). Download episode 38 today, and help us support the majestic Arctic Narwhal.
Musings of a Geek continues to grow! In our quest to bring you the best in podcasting entertainment, we are honored to add Salty Language Podcast to the network!
Salty Language is a great show featuring Bryan and Tony, two guys who talk everything from movies to TV to comics
Now that Halloween is coming up, the guys are getting antsy to get to that free candy. Never mind that 4 Forty year old guys trick or treating is pretty odd, but that’s not as odd as Joel’s fascination with those funky orange circus peanut things. Know what else is odd? Skippy from Family Ties trying to play off being a hardcore metalhead, and summoning his dead metal idol through a haunted LP. (ANYONE UNDER THIRTY, GO LOOK UP WHAT AN LP IS.) What’s not odd at all is that the 2007 flick “Trick ‘R Treat” has taken steps to not be associated at all with the 1986 “Trick OR Treat”. See what happened there? ‘R and OR…big difference!So strap on your costume, put on your mask, and grab your pillowcase…as the Mike, Pat, Joel and Josh all take on Trick or/’r Treat!You know…I’ve never actually seen Joel eat those circus peanuts…
Left Field Sports Lounge - College Football, World Series Preview, NFL Week 7, and Top 5 Athlete Careers That Ended Too Soon
We ask the question, are the AP Polls accurate? We pick our favorites for the World Series. And, we have a long debate/argument over Percy Harvin and his trade to the Jets. Then, we have our geeky topic for the week, which is our current favorite TV shows. We end the week with our Top 5 Athlete Careers That Ended Too Soon.
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We thank Grant of 7 Days a Geek and all the people who listened to our 4 hr epic pod, Hot Dog costumes, Drunk voice mails, 5 Fav Scariest moments and so much more!
The guys are back in the BOB Studio and better than ever! Well, except for Jason who is battling Mono and is trying to still do a show! The guys discuss their Top 5 Favorite Movie Soundtracks along with all the latest geek news from the Flash to Batman v. Superman! Blake and Jeff go ga-ga over Game of Thrones and all things Beatles while Jason admits to his bad taste in music! All this and lots of Listener Feedback from the greatest fans!