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 86 What is Canon (and Does it Matter)?
Filed under Andrew Hales, Joseph De Paul, Podcast, Tracy Gronewold
Tagged as Canon, Charles Xavier, Garth Ennis, Guardians of the Galaxy, Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2, Hugh Jackman, JK Rowling, JRR Tolkien, Logan, Lord of the Rings, Max Landis, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Old Man Logan, Patrick Stewart, Power Rangers, Preacher, Professor X, Rogue One, Star Wars, Steve Dillon, Vol 2, Wolverine, Xavier
Therefore I Geek Podcast Episode 59, Star Wars and Sundry
Walk Around in Circles is an appropriate track for this week’s episode, in which, Andrew and Dude discuss Star Wars. With the new Rogue One trailer dropping last week and the blue ray of The Force Awakens available now, that’s the topic on everyone’s mind. They also discuss the expanded universe and what is canon and what is no longer canon, trekking down a side path to discuss favorite expanded universe media and characters. A brief foray into other cool movie topics, including Eddie the Eagle, and how the Coen brothers depict dopey Communism in Hail, Caesar. After Star Wars has been thoroughly discussed, the pair venture into new movies, comics and role playing games that they are excited about.
Filed under Comics, Movies, Podcast
Tagged as Alejandro Jodorowsky, Betrayal on House on Haunted Hill, Brick, Captain America: Civil War, Civil War #2, Crimson Empire, Dark Forces, Dune, Eddie the Eagle, Green Room, Han Solo, Heavy Metal, Metabarons, Mon Mothma, Mouse Guard, Mysterium, Peter Panzerfaust, Rat Queens, Rogue One, Shadows of the Empire, Star Wars, The Dark Empire, The Jungle Book, Total War: Napoleon, World War Hulk