This week we take a look at some early reactions to Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, and look back on Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. We also react to the frustrations surrounding the release of the Nintendo NES Classic game system.
Other topics this week include the passing of Robert Vaughn, the proposedBig Bang Theory spin-off and the appearance ofChewbacca in the Han Solo movie.
Adam Bray is our special guest this week. He's here to talk about https://www.amazon.com/Marvel-Absolutely-Everything-Need-Know/dp/1465452621/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1476933067&sr=8-1&keywords=Marvel+Absolutely+Everything+You+Need+to+KnowMarvel: Absolutely Everything You Need to Know. Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) steps in for Jeff today as we discuss the last Rogue One trailer and Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.
Other topics discussed this week include Superman's influence on the Wonder Woman movie, what we learned at the Fantastic Beasts & Where to Find Them Global Event and whether or not Marvel's TV heroes will enter the MCU.
This week we look back on summer movies and pick our favorites, surprises and disappointments. In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we discuss Suicide Squad, the reviews, theproduction drama, the petition to shut down Rotten Tomatoes and the tradition of critic/audience disagreements.
Other topics in this week's podcast include talk of a new Star Wars live-action series, a Jimmy Smits cameo in Rogue One, and ABC's consideration of new Marvel TV ideas.
GANNIN continues to work on his teleportation system.
In his latest comic book, Captain America has declared his allegiance to Hydra! The internet has responded with intrigue and outrage. So, Russ Burlingame (ComicBook.com) joins The Geek Assembly to infuse some context into the whole situation. With Nick Spencer receiving death threats over the story, we examine the disturbing trend of loud, irrational nerd rage. We discuss Jordan Maison's commentary called, Taking Fandom Personal - The Need For Thick Skins.
Other topics discussed this week include the possibly of Tom Hiddleston becoming the new James Bond, thedelay of No Man's Sky, finding out that Mel Gibson turned down the role of Odin and the newest list of upcoming geek movies.
All this and GANNIN initiates his plan to draw The Troll out of hiding.
We're back, and we start things out this week with spoiler-free reactions to Captain America: Civil War. This makes GANNIN become fascinated with superhero match-ups.
We've missed some time, so we spend this week's Geek Assembly meeting talking about a variety of topics, including:
Paul Feig's frustration with Ghostbusters hate
The Killing Joke trailer
Megan Fox's interest in Indiana Jones
The new Netflix series about The Punisher
The Star Wars floating hand confirmation
Ben Affleck's new Justice League role
This is Amy's last podcast as a regular host, but she will be back to discuss more geek stuff!
We examine a report that suggests that Warner Brothers is nervous about Batman vs. Superman and attempt to figure out if it makes any sense. Scott visits Dallas Comic-Con Fan Days and asks attendees some "who would win" questions.
Other topics in this episode include details on thenew Ghostbusters villain, the announcement aboutStan Lee's last convention in Canada, reactions to Emily Blunt playing Mary Poppins, casting Robert Downey, Jr. to play Geppetto and the casting confirmation of Kurt Russell in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
Jeremiah Stewart from Bombad Radio guests hosts this week. We share thoughts to the final Batman vs. Superman movie trailer. We also react to a list of dateable heroes and movie characters and decide who needs to be added.
Other topics this week includeHasbro and Marvel's cosplay line, the announcement thatBrian Fuller will be the showrunner for the new Star Trek series, Deadpool's record breaking weekend and the last minute budget cuts that were made to the Deadpool movie.
Tune in for all of this PLUS zombie robots.
Scott talks with Dr. Travis Langley about his new book, Dark Side of the Mind: Star Wars Psychology. We get ready for Jessica Jones and discuss which characters should not return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. GANNIN attempts to recover after getting attacked by The Troll.
Other topics discussed include the return of Bob Newhart to The Big Bang Theory, the character deaths in Gotham and the beginning of Season of the Force at Disneyland.
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.
It's #SHIELDWEEK at the Geek Assembly as we get ready for Season 3 of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. What better way to mark the occasion that a visit with Costume Designer Ann Foley and Agent Coulson himself, Clark Gregg!
Ann joins Scott, Amy and Lauren to discuss her approach to designing costumes on the show and what went into the new outfit for Quake!
Later, Scott sits down with Clark to discuss the show, social media reactions, Season 3, the Dubsmash war and more!
Other topics in this episode include the new Star Wars Original Trilogy rumor, an animated Transformers movie, and the new live action Jungle Book movie.
All of this and we find out an interesting secret regarding Colonel Snubb!
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