Mike, Bill and Micah are joined by cartoonist Luke Foster and listener Norbert Franz as they celebrate episode 200. We discuss Mighty Avengers #7, Indestructible Hulk, Wake #6, 100 Bullets Brother Lono, The Massive #20, Archie, Sergio Aragones’s Funnies, Harley Quinn #1, Buck Rogers, Guardians of the Galaxy, Usagi Yojimbo, Walt Simonson’s Thor, Damage Control, Revenge #1, Bad Ass #1, Loki Ragnarok and Roll, Hip Hop Family Tree, Shark Pony and the Glitter Riders, Twilight Zone, Turok, White Suits, One Hit Wonder #1, Green Lantern, Winter Soldier #1, Tarzan: The Legend Starts Here, The Lego Movie, Lovelace, Giants and Toys, Godzilla, House of Cards, Community, Parks and Recreation
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A new podcast the focuses on things Geek that are at least older than 10 years. Episode 1 is an introduction episode where the hosts Mike and Chris talk about what got them into comics and some of the areas of focus for the podcast. It is in a very loose format much like Geek Brunch and will be released on alternating weeks with the Geek Brunch podcast. Some things discussed in this episode are Back Issue Magazine, Malibu Comics, Valiant Comics, Wonder Woman, Mike’s Amazing World of Comics, The Avengers 273, Avengers 276, Strike Force Morituri 2, Strike Force Morituri 3, DC 16 page previews, Night Force, New Teen Titans 21, Legion of Super-heroes 298, Amethyst Princess of Gemworld, New Teen Titans 25, He-man and the Masters of the Universe, Adventure Comics 437, Adventure Comics 438, Spectre, Seven Soldiers of Victory, Jeanette Kahn, Karen Berger, Dick Giodano, Jack Kirby, Black Magic 9, Wally West, Kyle Rayner, Flash, Green Lantern and much much more.
Welcome to another somewhat forgetful episode of Geek Brunch. This week Mike is out (continuing our string of episodes where someone is missing), but Micah returns to talk to Bill about all the comics, movies, tv shows, and food neither of them can remember experiencing over the past two weeks. A few of the remembered titles are Secret Service, Conan The Barbarian, Glory, The Secret, Saucer Country, Green Lantern Volume 3, Supurbia, Book of Human Insects, Tyrannosaur, and Battleship. Somewhere in there is a really cool talk about the history of comics, manga, and cartoons. So enjoy that. We also discuss how awesome Osamu Tezuka is and Micah’s new love “Kid’s on the Slope.”
Join Micah, Mike, Bill and guests Darrell and Angela to discuss The Activity, Gravesight, The Ray, Green Lantern, Batwoman, Memorial, The Strain, Ferals, Carnage USA, Cinderella Vol 1, Avengers Annual, Craig Thompson’s habibi, Scarlet Spider, Boardwalk Empire, Jailhouse, Partridge Family, Cosby Show, SWAT, Vegas, Fantasy Island and Tea.
Mike, Micah, Bill and Timmy THOOM get together to discuss Cornboy, Archie and Friends, Veronica Presents Kevin Keller, Flashpoint, Flashpoint Canterbury Cricket, Womanology, 70s Ms Marvel, 70’s Superboy, 90’s Avengers, Fly #1, That Hellbound Train #1, Paying For It, Joe Matt, Beg The Question, Grimm Ghost, Screamland. They then discuss the Captain America Movie, Transformers 3, Green Lantern, Winnie the Pooh, Talking With Gods, Insidious, Star Trek instant streaming, and Falling Skies.
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Join Mike, Micah and Bill as they get into a heated discussion of Flashpoint Grodd of War, Mike talks about some free comics he read digitally on the iPad, Some discussion on other Flashpoint books, Crossed 3D, Moon Knight, Tiny Titans, Reed Gunther, Super Dinosaur, 50 Girls 50, Godzilla Gangsters and Goliaths, Shinku, Twin Spica, Canadian Ninja, Mega Man, Moriarty, Lil Depressed Boy, Kirby Genesis, Richie Rich, Tattered Man, Spontaneous. We then get into a discussion of the Green Lantern movie, Falling Skies, Food and much much more.
In episode 40, Mike and Heath discuss Mike’s love for the Comic Book Attic Podcast and how it’s influenced him to read older stuff, a misogynistic Green Lantern, I Am Legend (both the book and the film) again, and Heath’s strange, grown man love for Disney movies and games.
Closing music by David Klein.