In which, Tracy rejoins the cast of Therefore I Geek just in time to discuss the newest edition to 20th Century Fox’s X-men franchise, Logan. This film is the first one to truly seem to bring the gang to a positive consensus–although all three of our heroes believe that it falters a bit in the third act. Dude reveals that he went to church, potentially dooming all of mankind, and Tracy hates on child actors (again).
In which, Andrew, Tracy, and Dude break open the ’06-07 Marvel event Civil War. We discuss who was responsible for missed deadlines and delayed releases, whether inking had something to do with the hit-or-miss artwork, and the likelihood that some characters were ventriloquists, due to the ambiguity of various speech bubbles. Tracy reveals an intense dislike of Mariam Sharpe. We also raise the question: “why won’t Punisher fight Captain America?” Noteworthy event: if you listen carefully, you will hear Dude also actually admit that Tracy was not wrong.
In which our hosts, Andrew and Joseph (The Dude), talk about all the comic book movies coming out in 2016. They decide that nobody cares about Michael Fassbender, while failing to pronounce any non-English name. Dude also manages to completely befuddle Andrew by staunchly defending Keanu Reeves.
In which, Tracy and Kurt discuss the similarities and differences of Kingsman: The Secret Service and John Wick. They discuss Samuel L. Jackson’s inconsistent speech impediment, and the dangers of messing with Keanu Reeves’ dog. Andrew is out sick, and Tracy had a crash course in audio editing this week.
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