As the summer movie season winds down, we take time to list our favorites and our disappointments. We'll also discuss whether or not Wonder Woman could be nominated for an Oscar.
Other topics this week include Spock's adoptive sister, the composer for the Han Solo movie, Tilda Swinton as Pennywise the Clown, and the very first Hascon.
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 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, 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.
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.
Virtual host GANNIN tasks human hosts Scott, Jeff & Regina to discuss geek fandoms via discussions, debates & challenges.