In an all-new, but kind of the same as last week's attempt at a show (that some say never existed), this week's Geek Supreme is full of toys, games and cobras. We'll react to the Deadpool 2 and Cobra Kai trailers. Also, how did Toys R Us fail, and can K*B Toys make a comeback? We'll also work in some video game talk since a new e-sports arena is coming to Texas, and a Ready Player One is coming to theaters.
Deadpool 2 trailer
Cobra Kai trailer
A new E-Sports Arena is Coming to Arlington
Can K B Toys Make A Comeback
Last week, it was announced that the losing geeks would have to talk like Yoda during today's show. If they forget, it can cost them points. That can lead to anger, the anger leads to hate, and the hate leads to Yoda saying some evil things. Along the way, we'll discuss the Toy Story expansion at Disneyworld, plus, the good, bad and the smelly toys that came out of this year's Toy Fair. Plus, we'll pitch our own toy ideas. So, if you haven't guessed it yet, TOYS is the theme of the day. So, come play with us this week!
Disney announces Toy Story Land Opening
Iron Man Toys Launched the MCU
Poop Toys Are All Over the Toy Fair
We live in a world where people find it necessary to create all-male and all-female versions of Star Wars moves and declare unreleased films to be utter disasters before any footage has been seen. So, we need to have a podcast about it. Don't worry, we also talk about vampires in Law & Order and cardboard boxes that make great video games! So, there's some normalcy here. However, the geeks have to weather it all effectively because Darth Taxus is going to reward The Geek Supreme and penalize the losers. However, neither the winner or the losers get a shirtless Jeff Goldblum Funko Pop.
Mark Hamill & Rian Johnson Mock All-Female Cut of The Last Jedi
Now There's An All-Female Cut of The Last Jedi
The Han Solo Movie Will Be a Trainwreck
Stephen King's Law & Order Idea
Funko Revels Shirtless Jurassic Park Pop
The Geek Supreme
Darth Taxus challenges hosts Scott Murray, Jeff McGee & Regina Davis in a battle for geek talk supremecy.