Today I’m covering Paper Girls by Brian K Vaughan. This series (which is still ongoing at the time of this recording) debuted in October 2015, so I am absolutely late to the party here and I’m so sorry that I am.
Back in episode 59 I gave my initial impression of YouTube’s premium “YouTube Red” service. Overall, I wasn’t impressed, but after a year and 20 episodes – and getting access to a new 3-month trial – I wanted to revisit the service and see what had changed and if it would become a regular part of my cord-cutting utilities.
What secret connection do both Batman and The Joker share with a strange and mysterious young girl? After she’s kidnapped by The Joker, Batman must plunge deep into the underworld of Gotham City and race against time to find out where she’s being held. The stakes are high, and for Batman, it’s personal!
I've been following JR around the internet for the last few years, impressed with his knowledge of geek culture, as well as the way he pastors his church in Rowlett, TX. When he asked me to talk about his new book, Empathy for the Devil, on the show, I absolutely had to say yes!
Surprise! Another bonus episode! This time, Dave digs into anime via the new Netflix film, Death Note, which is an adaption of a well-received anime and manga of the same name. He also shares how his opinion changed after watching the first couple episodes of the anime.
Dave's love for podcasts started around late 2010, but it doesn't come close to the love the people in The Messengers: A Podcast Documentary have for the industry. Watch the film to get a better understanding of the people behind the microphone... or listen to Dave talk about his reaction to it.
If you're a typical moviegoer in the US, you've absolutely seen a "green band" trailer. On occasion, you may have even seen a "red band" trailer. What are these bands, what do they mean, and are they all created equal?
After 17 years, Hugh Jackman takes his final stand as Logan in the film directed by James Mangold. In this episode of Geek This!, Dave chats about things he liked in the film and his thoughts on Logan: Noir - a special black and white edition.
When one of our beloved comic characters dies in a story, we’re supposed to be surprised and shocked and saddened. Usually, though, we all say the same thing, “I give it six months and they’re back from the dead.” As true as that is, there have been some deaths in Marvel and DC Comics that have been tragic.
Dusting off the microphone (for the millionth time it seems), Dave pops in to share 5 of his favorite podcasts from 2016 as part of International Podcast Day and shares some behind-the-scenes info on the status of the show. EPISODE LINKS CONNECT WITH US Facebook Twitter SUBSCRIBE iTunes RSS/Android More platform links coming soon.
It's been a long-awaited film, yet critics are tearing it to pieces. Is the new Batman v Superman film really that bad or can it be redeemed? Dave, David, Mike, and Adam look at what Zack Snyder & Co brought to the silver screen to determine if this movie can, indeed, launch the Justice League franchise they're hoping for.