Host Derek Coward drives to work and talks about certain holes in his collection that he wants to fill.
Host Derek Coward talks about the history of some of the Comic Book Noise family shows, then goes over his top five favorite X-Men villains.
The band is back together as Angela Paman welcomes back her prodigal co-host Derek Coward and they talk about a bunch of stuff, including Shade The Changing Man, Geoff Johns, Mike Myers trying to give Derek a fit, email addresses meaning welcome to the family, wet dogs and cranky boys.
On episode 79, Mike and Heath talk about the Friday night cartoons, Heath Ledger’s Oscar nomination, and laughing in the bathroom.
Heath and Mike, solo (duo?) once again, discuss the usual crop of comics, movies, tv, and edibles. Be warned, this contains spoilers for just about everything: Astounding Wolf Man, Jumper, Eagle Eye, The Sixth Sense, Dallas, who killed Laura Palmer, where’s the beef, what happened to the lost colony of Roanoke, how Tupac faked his death, the truth behind the Hoffa mystery, how Elvis is really alive, Where Jim Morrison has been for the last few decades, which came first, the chicken or the egg, and what women really want. We answer and spoil it all. Bon Apetit!
Hosts Heath Holland and Mike Myers are joined by Bill, DBM on the forums for episode 76 of Geek Brunch. This show features the song “Grandpa Never Banged A Kangaroo” by Baron Von Lichtenstein. If you can come up with something more interesting than that, feel free… I’m tapped out of show notes.
In a much shorter than usual episode, Mike and Eric discuss the following Trinity issues with full spoilers.
Trinity 25 – 00:00:51 to 00:14:02
Trinity 26 – 00:14:02 to 00:23:00
Trinity 27 – 00:23:00 to 00:33:39
We also discuss with little or no spoilers Warlord #16, along with some of the back matter of that issue. And chat about some other random items such as Batman: The Brave and The Bold cartoon, Batgirl and Death of the New Gods.
Mike and Heath ring in the new year with episode 75 of Geek Brunch, featuring our holiday wrap up and a sneak preview of the second season of the Feedback Audio Adventures from friend of the show Alan, aka NewMutant. Here’s to 2009!