Monthly Archives: October 2016

Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 86 What is Canon (and Does it Matter)?

In which, Andrew and Tracy welcome Dude back to Therefore I Geek to discuss canon–who decides what canon is, whether canon can change, and in the end, whether canon even matters.  We also cover the most recent trailers that dropped last week, and the unfortunate passing of Steve Dillon.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 85 Luke Cage

In which, Tracy & Andrew binge the new Netflix show Luke Cage and discuss.  We talk about the differences between the recent Marvel Netflix shows Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and now Luke Cage, and how they will fit into the Defenders show that is in the works.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 84 NYCC 2016

In which, Andrew and Tracy recap their experience at the 2016 New York Comic Con.  Crowds, rainy weather, and the occasional confused convention volunteer not withstanding, we both believe this was one of the best years for this particular convention.

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Therefore I Geek Podcast, Episode 83 Con Stories 2

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In which, Tracy, Andrew, and Dude regale one another with stories of conventions past, in preparation for the upcoming NYCC, which opens this week. Dude followed up on his tale of aged Playboy Bunny woe from part one of Con Stories and explained how he recovered without years of intense therapy.  Tracy invoked the story of how her boyfriend made her so stressed that she nearly threw up and fell over, and ended up sleeping on her backpack against a wall at NYCC; and Andrew finished with a less distressing tale of how one of his best friends got engaged at a convention.

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