This week, we finally get to review Wonder Woman, as well as talk about the reactions of kindergartners. GANNIN ambushes us with a call from a guy named Al who claims to be with an anti-fake geek organization. John Phelan is back with a Wonder Woman-themed "Moment in Geek History". We also discuss Danny Elfman taking on the Justice League soundtrack, a kid who got to be a Ghostbuster for a day, some new Stranger Things toys and more.
This week, we take time to remember Adam West by discussing Batman, Family Guy, convention appearances and more. GANNIN makes us tell a bizarre Ironman story featuring cotton candy, paint and Dr. Phil. Other topics discussed this week include the new poster/trailer forBlack Panther, the recent Richard Donner tribute, the newly released photos from Mary Poppins Returns and whether or not we should be concerned with Tony Stark's connection to the Spider-Man movie.
This week we take an in-depth look at the long wait for a Wonder Woman movie, including the differentWonder Woman shows and attempts to put Wonder Woman on the big screen. With news coming out aboutwait times for the Guardians of the Galaxy ride and the Pandora Theme Park, we discuss how much time is worth waiting in line.
GANNIN asks us about Kirstin Dunst's comments about Spider-Man movies and Hayley Atwells comments about Agent Carter's third season.
Star Wars has officially turned 40 years old, and we mark that with a variety of Star Wars topics, including never released toys, a movie called 5-27-77, an interview with the clumsy Stormtrooper, a 40-year-old Wookiee apology, and the Lucasfilm proclamation about Rey's lightsaber.
Andy fromHoly Batcast stops by to share his reaction to the Wonder Woman movie. Also, Jeff and Regina share their thoughts on the horror-themed X-Men spin-off movie. All this, and we apologize in advance for the amount of juvenile humor heard in this episode.
This week is all about reviews, previews and reactions. First we'll talk about the television previews and announcements that came out, including, Young Sheldon, The Dark Crystal Prequel Series, Star Trek Discovery, The Orville and The Gifted. We'll also share our reviews for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Regina talks about an experience that still has her geeking out. GANNIN shows his love for pop quizes. Scott tells us about a connection between Attack of the Clones and Into the Badlands.
This week, Andy DiGenova of Holy Batcast joins us to discuss the newly released documentary Batman and Bill. We all had a general knowledge of the Bill Finger/Bob Kane controversy, but we share what new things we learned in the film.
Also this week, we discuss Star Wars Day (including an school evacuation), Adam Scott's Mark Hamill surprise on Jimmy Kimmel, and the selection of Dr. Aphra as the newest Star Wars action figure. We'll react to the costume controversy surrounding the upcoming Inhumans show. We'll also share thoughts on J.K. Rowling's apology for killing Professor Snape.
This week Darth Taxus (Starships, Sabers and Scoundrels) guests hosts as we attempt to predict how some of the summer movies will fare on Rotten Tomatoes. Will Wonder Woman break the DC losing streak? Will Transformers: The Last Knight do worse? How do you make a prediction for The Emoji Movie? We try to figure it all out.
Also, GANNIN asks us to decide where our dogs would be sorted in Hogwarts. We'll also try to gauge the level of interest in the new Disney Pandora Park and come up with our own fandom-themed park.
We'll discuss a new female Overwatch team and the interest in E-Sports. And what did Harrison Ford mean when he said Han Solo is "resting"? All this, and John Phelan is back with another moment in geek history!
Everyone's back from Star Wars Celebration, and Scott and Jeff talk about their experience at the convention. We also react to the little girl dressed as Jyn Erso who handed Death Star plans to every Leia cosplayer. We consider life in space...both in fantasy and reality. We share some of Mike Massimino's comments about living in space and considera Star Wars hotel experience.
Matt Moore joins us to discuss Marvel Vice President David Gabriel's comments about diversity in comic books. We'll also talk about our interest in theBill and Batman documentary and the five post-credit scenes in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
This week, Tony Kim joins us to discuss the Wonder Woman panel at WonderCon and some of the feedback surrounding his new Wonder Woman jacket. We'll also react to the news surroundinga Batgirl film and talk about the trailer for the new IT movie. We'll also look at the amusing match-ups that are featured in video game character wrestling matches. GANNIN tries out some jokes and a new superhero game. Matt Moore guests hosts this week.
Virtual host GANNIN tasks human hosts Scott, Jeff & Regina to discuss geek fandoms via discussions, debates & challenges.