Our special guest today is Ciara Renee of Legends of Tomorrow! She talks about the expereince of playing Hawkgirl and shares her thoughts on the spin-off series.
Also on this podcast, we talk about the petition to make Deadpool a PG-13 and react to the latest trailer for Star Wars Rebels. We also take time to remember David Bowie and Alan Rickman.
Finally, we talk about a free science hotline, and GANNIN wants Jeff to do the Donkey Kong.
Dan Zehr of Coffee With Kenobi joins the Geek Assembly to discuss the second season of Star Wars Rebels. We look over some of the news and merchandise that was unveiled at this year's New York Comic-Con.
Also, Richard and Sarah from Skywalking Through Neveralnd visit our Halloween party to discuss Star Wars Halloween costumes and their prize pack giveaway.
Other topics in this episode include new Agent Carter Season 2 announcements, a possible Time Bandits television series, a possible R rating for The Killing Joke and reactions to DC Superhero Girls.
All this and Jeff attempts to confront Zack Snyder about his movies.
Other links -
Review of Jessica Jones (Episode 1)
New figures for The Force Awakens
Lauren Gallaway joins the Geek Assembly to discuss the upcoming seasons of Arrow and The Flash. Scott poses an interesting question about when to see The Force Awakens. GANNIN makes a big mess in the coffee house and tries to cover it up.
Other topics discussed include a new Ghostbusters animated movie, how much money it costs to be Batman, the revelation of Sarah Michelle Gellar's role in Star Wars Rebels anda new Black Widow comic book series.
Richard and Sarah fromSkywalking Through Neverland join the Geek Assembly to discus the Season 2 premiere of Star Wars Rebels. Amy shares advice for making a a trip to San Diego Comic-Con. GANNIN attempts to start his own comic convention at The Fantastic Fortress.
Other topics include The Force AwakensYou Tube record, therenewed interest in the Jurassic Park theme, a Batman video game disappointment and a Star Trek fan getting to pitch his TV show idea to studio executives.
What better way to start off the new year than a Geek Assembly meeting that includes sci-fi talk, coffee, whoopee cushions, bows & arrows, Howdy Doody, breakfast with Yu-Gi-Oh, Admiral Kirk, Captain Janeway, generational fandom, age confusion and a new geek host?
Amy Marie (Agent Archer) joins the Assembly for her first meeting as we discuss the different types of fandom we grew up with - her Star Wars vs. Jeff & Scott's Star Wars, etc. Other geek topics include Frank Oz returning to Star Wars, Morena Baccarin's character in Gotham, re-defining superhero movies and sci-fi movies in 2015.
All this and Merchman adds a late addition to his favorite geek characters of 2014!
It's almost the end of another geeky year and we look back at some of the best movies, TV shows and characters of 2014. It's Fangirl's last podcast as host and we look back at some of her most memorable moments.
Other topics in this episode include character names from The Force Awakens, consideration of Jennifer Lawrence for the next Ghostbusters movie, Christian Bale's explanation of the end of The Dark Knight Rises and Marc Singer's new role in Arrow.
All this and GANNIN is on Twitter!
Charli Armstrong (Mystic Maven) fills in for Tricia this week as we discuss Harry Potter, Rebels, The Dark Crystal, Boba Fett and more. It all starts as Scott shares his thoughts on the first four Harry Potter movies as he attempts to expand his geek cred in the franchise.
Dan Zehr of Coffee With Kenobi joins our Star Wars-heavy assembly meeting as we review Star Wars Rebels: Spark of Rebellion, react to StarWars.com's Top 10 Villains list and breakdown the theory that Boba Fett Killed Uncle Owen & Aunt Beru.
Other topics include the first issues of the female Thor comic series, theGuardians of the Galaxy Blu-ray, Howard Stark's confirmation in the upcoming Agent Carter series and Ed Dolista (The Indycast) talks about the latest Indy 5 rumors.
Many of us are getting ready for the premiere of Star Wars Rebels, but Fangirl has already seen the movie and an episode of the series. She gives her spoiler-free review during today's meeting.
Also, we take time to celebrate the work of Jim Henson by looking back on some of the music, humor and memories of Sesame Street and the Muppets.
Other topics include the inclusion of Jarvis in the upcoming Peggy Carter series, the Frozen ride at Epcot, how people can send Groot a text, Darth Maul's screentime in The Phantom Menace and Batman hitching a ride on the Millennium Falcon.
The new fall TV season is almost here and we're getting excited! This week, the spotlight is on an old favorite and a new geek TV show!
When it comes to the success of The Big Bang Theory, it's amazing just how many different people love the show. However, not everyone in the geek community is a fan. We examine why we love the show & some of the reasons others dislike it.
Gotham is bringing us a unique Batman TV series and we're ready to check it out. John and Derek from The Gotham TV Podcast join us to talk about the excitement and expectations leading up to the premiere.
Other geek topics discussed today include reactions tothe new Batmobile, Peggy Carter's appearance on Agents of S.H.I.E.D., Harry Potter movies, Fangirl's upcoming review of Star Wars Rebels and Jeremiah Stewart of Bombad Radio reports back from Salt Lake City Comic Con.
Plus, GANNIN tries to turn today's Geek Assembly meeting into a sitcom.
The Geek Assembly is back - bigger & better than ever. Three weeks ago, Merchman, Admiral Eighties, Fangirl and GANNIN went on a mission to bring more voices and more geeks to the Fantastic Fortress. Mission Accomplished!
The Mighty Movie Master, Bobby Blakey is there to greet the geeks as they return and that leads to a discussion about the best & worst geek movies of the summer.
We have three very special Star Wars guests: Mark Newbold of Jedi News UK is here to share his thoughts on the latest round of Episode VII rumors.
Pete Morrison of Rebels Report joins the assembly to discuss what we can all expect from the Star Wars Rebels TV series. Plus, John Jackson Miller previews his new book Star Wars: A New Dawn, which features Hera and Kanan of Star Wars Rebels.
We also try to figure out who the heck Scoot McNairy is going to play in Batman vs. Superman and we discuss Marvel's post Age of Ultron plans.
All of this plus, geek assembly members share their opinions on geeky summer movies, Star Wars Rebels, rumors and the new season of Doctor Who.
Other geeky links:
Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood
Review: Doctor Who: Into the Dalek
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