Host Derek Coward talks about the recent promotion for Geoff Johns and what he hopes it means for DC.
Keith is joined by Alan White and Derek Coward as they discuss the first half of Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD season two, and the first two episodes of Marvel’s Agent Carter.
Mike is joined by his friends Scott Grandison (Comic Book Outsiders) from Caprica and Keith Cunningham (The Trip, Cine-rama) to talk about movies, tv and comics. GI Joe tackles Monster A Go Go for a State of Play to find out who the First Men on The Moon are. Why the guys belong in Psychoville and everyone should be watching My So Called Life and see why Robo Geisha is the film to look out for. The guys talk about why Iron Fist and Wolverine kick so much ass and what is that Parasite on my back. Bring your Amulets and join us for this marathon of a podcast all for FREE!
Songs included from the Podsafe Music Network: Possible Oscar – Wolverine and Odd Austin – Batman.
In the ninth episode, hosts Keith Cunningham, Ryan King and Eric Martin discuss He-Man.
In the seventh episode, your hosts Keith Cunningham, Ryan King and Eric Martin compare and contrast New Coke and Crystal Pepsi.
Mike is away on assignment (for the mob) so Keith Cunningham sits in as guest host as we welcome Stacebob back to the show! Discussed are: creepy Elmo dolls, male nudity, Slytherin merchandise, British hunting lodges circa 1902, and 32 foot Doctor Who scarves.
Features the song “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) by Oppenheimer, from the Podsafe Music Network.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Geek Brunch!
In the sixth episodes, your hosts Keith Cunningham, Ryan King and Eric Martin talk about The Oregon Trail.
In the fifth episode, the guys talk about snowball fighting.
The image ‘Snowballed’ is used under a Creative Commons license (Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic) and can be found on Flickr as a part of Jickel’s photostream.
This week we’re joined by Keith Cunningham as we talk about Wilford Brimley, computer nightmares, and whether or not the people on the HBO series True Blood have realistic accents.
Featuring the songs “A Last Lullaby” and “Dead Letter” by Cage 9, as found on the Podsafe Music Network.