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.
We finally started watching Luke Cage, and today we share some early reactions. We also discuss some of the news coming out of this year's New York Comic-Con, including:
Hayley Atwell's new Agent Carter role
William Shatner's new Batman role
Sigourney Weaver's new Marvel role
Matt Ryan's Justice League Dark role
The Batman '66/Wonder Woman '77 comics crossover
The trailer for the Power Rangers movie
The trailer for the Doctor Who spin-off, Class
Other topics in this episode include the reason for the Luke Cage swear jar, and who might playthe female lead in the Han Solo movie.
It's our season finale before returning on September 15th. By that time, the summer movie season would be over, and the fall movie season will be in full swing! So, we discuss the second trailer for Rogue One and preview otherfilms that will hit theaters this fall.
Emily shares her thoughts on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Plus we discuss the passing of Kenny Baker, the new female lead in Star Trek Discovery, the response to negative Wonder Woman rumors and the upcoming Flash/Supergirl musical crossover.
All this and we get a little too comfortable with GANNIN's teleportation system.
This week our two big discussions are all about reviewing two recent movie releases - Star Trek Beyond and The Killing Joke. Matt Moore (Comic Book Noob) joins our discussion about the movie adaptation of the iconic comic book. We also address the controversy surrounding the character choices surrounding the Batgirl story.
Other topics in this week's episode include Marvel's decision to turn The Infinity War film into a one part story and why Netflix won't pick up Agent Carter. We'll also react to the Comic-Con trailers for Wonder Woman and Justice League.
Also, Jeff finally gets to share his review of Ghostbusters and GANNIN invents a teleportation system.
It's been awhile, but this week a new Ghostbusters movie hits theaters. As we get ready for it we look back at how close we were to getting aGhostbusters 3 with the original cast and the role Dan Aykroyd ALMOST played in the new movie.
In today's Geek Assembly meeting, we take a look at some of the panels and events taking place at this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Other topics discussed this week include a He-Man and Thundercats comic book crossover, a new Star Trek roller coaster ride and a black/white version of Mad Max: Fury Road.
All this plus a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man & a big Twinkie.
SDCC 2016 top panel pics for Thursday & Friday
SDCC 2016 Friday schedule highlights
SDCC 2016 Saturday Schedule highlights
SDCC 2016 Pop Culture Shark Tank
Warner Bros/DC Comics Saturday schedule
After DC Comics had an eventful week, we react to the Legends of Tomorrow premiere, the Suicide Squad trailer and the new footage from the Wonder Woman movie. We also go through a list of geek movies that come out this year and gauge our level of interest.
Other topics in this episode include, the decision to move Star Wars Episode VIII to December of 2017, Daniel Radcliffe's very non-Harry Potter role and the most recent delay of Avatar 2.
All this and Jeff picks very unique destinations for time travel.
San Diego Comic-Con 2014 has concluded and as always, there were plenty of big moments, announcements and reactions. We'll discuss some of the ones that got our attention, including:
Wonder Woman's costume reveal
The Batman vs. Superman teaser
The trailer for Arrow, Season 3
Reactions to The Flash pilot
The new Star Wars Rebels footage
New details on the 1960s Batman series Blu-ray
The Agent Carter news
Plus, Justin Cavender of Geek Legacy shares some of the memorable moments he experienced while being there. Scott interviewed three of the producers of the fantasy/reality TV series, The Quest and he shares clips from their discussion.
Other topics covered in this episode include the documentary trailer about the lost Superman Lives movie, the comments made byRobert Downey, Jr. on Iron Man 4, whether or not The Rock will play Shazam & the latest J.J. Abrams Star Wars video.
Our special guests are Emily Kelley & Peter Kunin of the Wrong Button Blog! We talk about what geek movies to look forward to in 2014 and later Emily & Peter tell us what video games their looking forward to this year.
We get the latest news about the Batman & Superman movie including the potential names of the film and Gal Gadot's response to criticism. We share thoughts on Paul Rudd being cast as Ant-Man and we try to figure out why people are pirating movies like The Hobbit. Meanwhile, strange occurrences in the Fantastic Fortress have GANNIN trying to improve the security systems.
It's a hero assembly at the geek assembly! Somehow we manage to fit Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Spiderman, Arrow, Iron Man and the Hulk in this episode! First up, we look back on the Supergirl movie and how it shaped holiday movies. Plus, we breakdown the reaction to the casting of Wonder Woman and offer up our own opinions.
Amanda Konkin of The Quiver Podcast checks in to share her thoughts on the news and the first appearance of Barry Allen in Arrow. We react to the new Amazing Spiderman 2 trailer and the J.J. Abrams apology for the Khan deception.
We listen to incredible interviews with two Incredible Hulks - Lou Ferrigno and Fred Tatasciore. Lou talks about the classic Hulk TV series and literally breaking though walls. Fred talks about voice acting and the new movie, Iron Man & Hulk: Heroes United.
The Assembly votes on whether or not a new Hulk movie should be made with Mark Ruffalo.
The Assembly of Geeks Podcast ran from September 2013 - December 2016. The feed continues to run all current podcasts.
Get the AoG Feed!