With the release of the Director's Cut of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan this week, we discuss what made the movie great. We'll also talk about the challenges the movie faced during its production.
Other topics in this week's episode include famous actors that turned down superhero movies, the trailer for Batman vs. Superman: The Ultimate Edition, new details on the Mary Poppins sequel, a release date for the Leonard Nimoy documentary and the announcement of Ghostbusters Day.
All this, plus Sergeant Soaker tries to get the attention of The Troll (and Jeff).
Scott looks back on some of the crazy things that have happened at the Fantastic Fortress in 2015, including GANNIN's creation of a shirking ray, the development of our own comic-con, and the rise of our arch nemesis.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we react to the announcement of a new Indiana Jones movie and discuss what it could mean for the future of the franchise. We also share initial reactions to what we've seen so far from the new season of Daredevil.
Other topics discussed on this episode include the latest news on the casting of a new Han Solo, what's next for Iron Man and post-credit scenes attached to Captain America: Civil War.
All this and The Troll continues to wreak havoc on The Fortress.
Scott interviews Jessica Lucas (Gotham) about Wrath of the Villains. We talk about reactions to last week's Batman vs. Superman discussion. We also examine Deapool's potential impact on other comic book movies.
Other topics in this episode include the controversial ending to Captain America: Civil War, the announcement about Nicholas Meyer joining the new Star Trek series, and what to make of 10 Cloverfield Lane.
All of this, plus GANNIN makes a mess of the coffee shop.
Rated R version of Batman vs. Superman
The Justice League movie gets a release date
Opinion on That "Warner Bros is Worried" Report
Batman vs. Superman Won't Flop Despite Rumors
I Don't Worry About Batman vs. Superman
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.
Matt Moore of Comic Book Noob joins us to discuss some comic book topics, incluidng the new Archie TV series, the Hanna-Barbera comics series and the times where Batman and Superman killed their enemies. Also on the podcast this week, we discuss the movies we'd like to see for the first time (or again in the movie theaters).
Other topics in this episode include a new Justice League animated series, an upcoming Star Wars TV special about the Disney parks expansion, rumors surrounding Darth Vader's role in Rogue One and the sequel to Spaceballs.
Other links -
When Batman and Superman have killed their enemies
Will Batman break his no-kill rule in Batman vs. Superman?
What was learned in the Batman v. Superman prequel comic
Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) guest hosts for Jeff. We discuss Carrie Fisher's response to the Slave Leia controversy and take a look at some of the unique and bizarre Slave (or Hutt-Slayer) Leia merchandise that's been produced over the years.
We also look ahead to 2016 and announce our hopes for the geek world in the new year.
Other topics in this episode includethe reason why The Hulk isn't appearing in Civil War, reactions to the new Batman vs. Superman trailer, the number of people auditioning for Han Solo and George Lucas's reaction to The Force Awakens. Plus, Scott announces plans for a Star Wars movie reactions podcast.
All this and Amy gets to use her bow and explosive arrows a lot.
Other link - Important and/or Insane Slave Leia Merchandise
Scott is back after making his first trip to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter as a fan. He shares what it was like to experience The Hogwarts Express, Diagon Alley and Hogsmeade. Along the way, we're reminded why he's known as Merchman. We also react to the new trailer for The Force Awakens and look over a top 30 list of comic book TV show pilots.
Other topics in this episode include Zack Snyder's comments about the Batman/Superman fight, a possible Die Hard prequel movie, details on Kirkwood Smith's character in Agent Carter and the trailer for Jessica Jones.
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