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.
It's time to fill out the brackets, and this year we infused them with Star Wars characters. Caitlin and Charlotte join us to pick the winners. We'll also react to news about a Matrix reboot and aComing to America sequel. We'll discuss whether or not a DC/Power Rangers movie crossover is a good idea. Regina has watched the first eight episodes of Iron Fist, and she shares her thoughts on the series.
This week, we officially welcome Regina Davis as the new co-host and invite her Comic Book Noob counterpart to join our discussion about Logan. We'll not only review the movie, but also discuss whether or not there's a cinematic lesson to be learned inLogan. Should it be the new superhero standard? Is that even a fair question? We'll discuss it all.
Also this week, we'll react to the new Wonder Woman trailer and the news about Jason Issacs joining Star Trek Discovery. We'll also decide whether or not to be worried about the early reviews for the Iron Fist Netflix series.
Scott talks about his bowling team and unintentionally makes everyone laugh. Regina gets to play her first rounds of Trigger Words.
Also - Logan Almost Featured a Nod to Jean Grey
This is Looney Tunes! This week, we discuss the upcoming DC Comics/Looney Toones crossover and come up with a couple ideas of our own. However, not everything is silly in the word of DC...we also react to Tina Guo's metal version of the Wonder Woman theme. And how about that Deadpool 2 teaser? We'll share our thoughts about it.
In television news, we discuss the casting announcements for The Big Bang Theory spin-off and the idea of digitizing Spock into the new Star Trek series. We'll also decide whether or not we will go and see the 3-D re-release of Terminator 2 this summer.
All this, plus two challenging rounds of Pick a Number and It's All Connected.
This week, Caitlin Plesher and Charlotte Errity join us to talk about Skytalkers: This Galactic Life and play Star Wars: Blue Pill/Red Pill. Play along and answer questions like - would you rather face Poe Dameron or Darth Vader in a dogfight.
Also in this episode, we talk about how the latest Marvel video games won't tie into the MCU. We react to the news of a Nightwing movie and Patrick Stewart's X-Men announcement. We'll also take time to remember Bill Paxton.
Emily announces that she has to step away from the show.
All the geek directive hosts are back this week! We kick things up by discussing several Star Wars toy topics, including The Last Jedi packaging, more 40th anniversary products and a new BB-8 toy that comes out on Force Friday. We react to a report about a possible Big Bang Theory renewal and the upcoming debut of Cosplay Melee. We'll discuss Angela Lansbury's Mary Poppins role.
Also this week, GANNIN talks about his new fandom. Plus, we play two new wildcard games - Inside the Numbers and Blue Pill/Red Pill.
RRRRIP! Off we go with another Geek Directive Episode! This week, Scott's wife, Jenn guests hosts, and GANNIN tries to get information out of her.
We react to the news of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 getting a 100 percent score on its test screening. Also, we decide whether or not we want aFirefly reboot after Fox announced it was open to the idea. In other sci-fi news, we take time to remember Richard Hatch of Battlestar Galactica. We'll also discuss the grades given to the current state of sci-fi franchises.
After Bruce Springsteen's Harry Potter song, temporarily leaked online, GANNIN asks us about some of our favorite movie songs of the past. He also enjoys telling us that Star Wars: A New Hopeis celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, and we learn about some of the special merchandise that will get released.
We also look back on some of those crazy classic superhero Valentine's Day cards.
This week, Darth Taxus (Starships, Scoundrels and Sabers) guests hosts for Jeff. We pitch our storylines for a Serenity sequel. Darth Taxus' co-host Dennis Keithly joins us for a round of Star Wars Trivia.
We also discuss some of the music featured in The Lego Batman Movie Soundtrack. We'll also share our thoughts on the premiere of Powerless, and check out other people's reviews of Rings. We react to the news about a new Rocket Raccoon comic book series and Teri Hatcher's upcoming appearance in Supergirl.
Also - Early reviews for The Lego Batman Movie are positive
This week, Scott interviews Ron Funches about his role in the new NBC series - Powerless. We'll also discuss the new title for Star Wars Episode VIII. We were saddened to learn about John Hurt passing away, and we talk about some of the of his most popular roles. Also, we'll react to news about a new X-Men series and Bryan Singer's connection to the show.
Also see - Maybe it's Actually Time for the Last Jedi
Virtual host GANNIN tasks human hosts Scott, Jeff & Emily to discuss geek fandoms via discussions, debates & challenges.