Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 110, Trailers, Controversy, and Infinity Gauntlet

In which, our heroes take on the recent news that a Marvel artist was fired for putting extremely controversial (and not particularly subtle) references to Indonesian politics into X-Men Gold #1, Tom Hiddleston’s sex appeal, whether or not Taylor Swift is actually a fancy, animatronic suit, and finally delve into the depths of Marvel’s 1991 event Infinity Gauntlet.  We also reference goats a lot.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 109, Ghost in the Shell

Our trio of hosts return to discuss Ghost in the Shell, the newest live action feature based on the classic anime film of the same name. Between actual whitewashing and an overall half-assed attempt, the film doesn’t exactly deliver like the group had hoped.

Show Notes:

Joss Whedon – Batgirl

Peter David

1995 Anime

Original Manga

Cyberpunk

Neuromancer

Surrogates

Alien Covenant Trailer

Baby Driver Trailer

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 108, Power Rangers

Dude and Andrew indulge their inner 10 year old as the duo discuss Power Rangers, the latest nostalgic reboot. It might not be the best movie ever, but it delivers on what the guys were looking for. Our hosts also get a chance to dive into the latest Justice League Trailer, EliteCon’s cosplay ban, and NYCC’s decision to only sell single day passes for 2017.

 

Show Notes:

Power Rangers

Justice League Trailer

NYCC selling single day only passes

Elite Con

Beauty and the Beast – podcast

Logan

Deadpool Poster

NYCC Fan verification problems in 2016

NYCC’s Statement on tickets sales

Star Wars Risk

Fields of Despair: France 1914-1918

Assassin’s Creed Unity

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 107 Tale as Old as Time

In which, an all geek girl cast discusses Disney’s brand new, live action remake of what is arguably their best and most well-loved animated classic, Beauty and the Beast.  Tracy, Becky, and Donnelle discuss the adaptation of a cartoon to real life–especially the creation of real costumes that mimic the animation of the original and whether the CGI enhancements worked for this movie, and Becky postulates an interesting question: should this movie (and possibly future remakes) have left the music behind?

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