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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 66, X-Men: Apocalypse

xmenapocalypseposter***** SPOILER ALERT *****
This podcast will be discussing plot points of comics and movies which may be considered spoilers. Consider yourselves warned.

In which, Andrew, Tracy, and the Dude take on X-men: Apocalypse.  In this episode, we revisit Dude’s mildly disturbing affinity for Michael Fassbender, discover that Tracy fixates on strange details in movies, and that Andrew once again pulls oddly specific and not-so-oddly relevant minutia from the depths of his brain on demand.

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Andrew’s Top 5 X-Men Villains

Last month I talked about my favorite heroes from my favorite title, X-Men. But where would heroes be without their villains. Bored, and stuck wearing uncomfortable costumes, that’s where. With that in mind, here are my top 5 favorite X-Men villains. Continue reading

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Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 11, Comic Roundup with Borderless’s Mazz and Santana

***** SPOILER ALERT *****

This podcast will be discussing plot points which may be considered spoilers. Consider yourselves warned.

Deadpool's Wedding

Deadpool’s Wedding

In which, Andrew and Tracy are joined by Santana Perez and Anthony Mazzola to talk about the hottest new releases this summer.  Our heroes cover everything from the Marvel summer event, Original Sin, to the latest Image comics, such as Mark Millar’s MPH, as well as writing styles, complex characters, and favorite art.  Santana and Mazz say funny things, and Tracy laughs a lot.

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Editorial | Review, X-men: Days of Future Past *Spoilers*

***** SPOILER ALERT *****

This review will be discussing plot points which may be considered spoilers. Consider yourselves warned.

The phrase “summer blockbuster” may as well have been coined for X-men: Days of Future Past.  This monolith of cinema was released on Thursday, just in time to dominate the long, holiday weekend, and I went and saw it twice in preparation for this review (mostly because I forgot my notebook the first time, but I digress).

While comic fans probably have a lot of gripes about this movie, and rightly so (yes, this was supposed to be Kitty Pryde’s movie; yes, some of the characters were not true to their comic book profiles), the movie itself was an entertaining ride from start to finish.
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