Posts Tagged ‘marineman’

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 135 – THOOMING with THOR

Thursday, May 19th, 2011

Mike, Bill and Micah are joined by Timmy THOOM to discuss Flashpoint, Rampage, Thor, Wonder Woman, Conan, Fast Five, Bridesmaids, Walking Dead, Salt, Rango, Ghostbusters, iCandy, iZombie, Action Comics, Critical Millennium The Dark Frontier, Marineman, DC Universe Online Legends, Suicide Girls, Mystery Society, True Blood, Edge of Doom, Chew, Avengers 12.1, FCBD, Jonah Hex, The Last Zombie, The Gang From the Store.

Geek Brunch 134 – Waxing Philosophical

Thursday, May 5th, 2011

Get your thinking caps on brunch buddies! With Mike off enjoying the delights of the CGS Super Show, Bill and Micah travel through tangent city on their way to discussing comics, novels, movies, tv and food. In between some enlightening discussions on script writing and public education, they talk about great titles such as Ian Churchill’s “Marineman”, James Stokoe’s “Orc Stain”, Walt Simonson’s Thor Omnibus, and more delicious books with pictures in. Micah, being too lazy to look at pictures recounts Jasper Fforde’s “The Last Dragonslayer” and his “Thursday Next” series as well as Robin Hobb’s Farseer trilogy of books. It was an exciting week of movies with “Fast Five”, the “Social Network” and John Woo’s “Paycheck”. In the TV we cover get serious with “Game of Thrones” and “Dr Who”, and laugh a bit at “Parks and Rec.” All this with a healthy side of Sprat Pate. Tune in and enjoy.