Host Derek Coward talks about his phone troubles (again), the recently announced Disney/Netflix split (again), fandom after death, and professional fan fiction.
Host Derek Coward talks about Darth Vader #1 and the pros and cons when it comes to licensed properties.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about the passing of Leonard Nimoy, his favorite work by the man, and somehow that leads into his talking about resetting universes.
Host Derek Coward returns with audio feedback help from John Grigas from the Doughnuts and Top Cow podcast, Dave Slusher from the Evil Genius Chronicles podcast, and Bruce Rosenberger from the Komicskast podcast, to talk about comic book universe reboots and attempt to answer the question “What if there were no Crisis On Infinite Earths?”
Host Derek Coward returns with a look at Legion Lost 16, Frankenstein Agent of SHADE 16, and Batwing 16. For some reason there is a lot of Star Trek talk on this episode.
Hosts Derek Coward and Angela talk about a lot of stuff including The Death of Eric Martin, Last Days of Animal Man, Mad Men Season One, the Star Trek movie, The Prisoner on AMC, Thanksgiving, sick dogs, Essential 80s movies, TV shows and Dating advice from your Uncle Derek.
The 87th episode of Geek Brunch has somehow morphed into Family Brunch as Mike and Heath talk about how cool kids are and how much work jumping in those inflatable tents really is. Also discussed: Empanadas, cake, mixed ethnic foods, Star Trek, Up, and TV’s Erik Estrada. Okay, everything but Erik Estrada. He’s next time.
With Mike away on a GI Joe European Mission, Heath invites Eric Martin and Mike Manning to stop by for a discussion about life, love, and the pursuit of geekery. Among the topics discussed: Star Trek, Buffy and Angel, more anal beads, lisps, Paul Stanley, and Blu Ray bliss.
No Comic Book Noise this week. One of the worst kept secrets in comic book podcasting is Teenage Wasteland by Alec Berry is distributed by the Comic Book Noise Family. However, the show has never been featured in the Comic Book Noise Family Feed. Until now.
Here are the original shownotes:
I go over a listener e-mail this week along with a few announcements, and I express my thoughts on the new adaption of Star Trek from the mind of J.J. Abrams. Beam me up, Scottie!
Music featured by Flogging Molly
Hosts Angela Paman and Derek Coward talk about a lot of things including a review of Star Trek, a review of Frost/Nixon, a review of The Wrestler, Nicolas Cage, cell phone carrier disputes, the conversation about loved ones on Facebook continues and Derek gives a piece of advice to people who look to him for empty rants. This show is probably NOT safe for work.