Posts Tagged ‘GI Joe’

Geek Brunch 144 – Tete a Tete

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

With Mike out this week Bill and Micah have a small tete a tete around geek stuff. They chat it up a bit about the DC books they liked, the reboot as a whole, the high quality of IDW’s GI Joe books, Ian Churchill’s Marineman and Micah’s recent love affair with Franco-Belgian comics. On top of this there’s riveting conversation about new television shows like Terra Nova and older shows like Park and Rec. Micah displays amazing logic when it comes to his television watching in a conversation about Turn-A-Gundam. Bill loves foreign horror movies like “The Horde” and “Troll Hunter” and Micah just doesn’t watch movies. Most importantly the duo talks about cooking up tasty treats and canning salsa. It’s a treat. Listen in and become a smarter person.

Here’s a link to the amazing Atlantis scene we talked about from MarineMan. http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-sDLre7UHSuY/TZXvqUOphdI/AAAAAAAAAFE/iE0VCczmIrU/s1600/MM3%2B26and27%2Bcopy.jpg

Geek Brunch Episode 92: Live From Caprica

Thursday, August 13th, 2009

Mike is joined by his friends Scott Grandison (Comic Book Outsiders) from Caprica and Keith Cunningham (The Trip, Cine-rama) to talk about movies, tv and comics. GI Joe tackles Monster A Go Go for a State of Play to find out who the First Men on The Moon are. Why the guys belong in Psychoville and everyone should be watching My So Called Life and see why Robo Geisha is the film to look out for. The guys talk about why Iron Fist and Wolverine kick so much ass and what is that Parasite on my back. Bring your Amulets and join us for this marathon of a podcast all for FREE!

Songs included from the Podsafe Music Network: Possible Oscar – Wolverine and Odd Austin – Batman.

Enjoy.
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Geek Brunch Episode 85: The Incredible Hulksmash

Thursday, May 7th, 2009

For episode 85, we’re joined by Ryan King, aka Hulk Smash for a journey that includes tornadoes, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Free Comic Book Day, and Yum Yum Sauce.

PS: When Heath tells Ryan that the GI Joe comic book predates the action figures, he was wrong. Ryan was right. They both came out at the same time, in 1982. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle!

Geek Brunch 64: Brunchy and Yet ANOTHER Savant

Thursday, October 2nd, 2008

Brian Roberts of the Geek Savants sits in for a talk on Buffy, G. I. Joe, True Blood, Thai food, and how Heath got his comic groove back.

Featuring the songs “A Lonely September” by the Plain White Ts and “Dead Letter” by Cage 9.

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