In which, the hosts of Therefore I Geek reach a full consensus about a Star Wars movie for the first time in their careers, nearly causing Dude to rage-quit. The crew discusses why star destroyers don’t use their main artillery, the ridiculous design of the giant satellite tower, and why Dude doesn’t like Felicity Jones.
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In which, Andrew, Tracy, and Dude unpack the recent weapons policy that Baltimore Comic Con posted and quickly amended, as well as DC’s new movie Suicide Squad. Andrew and Dude found very little to enjoy about the movie, while Tracy felt it was a good time–if not a classic to span the ages. Notable quote: “[Captain Boomerang] wasn’t just normal-guy creepy, he was candy-and-windowless-van creepy.”
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.
Last year I sat down with two other geeky guests almost immediately after leaving the floor of Emerald City Comic Con for one of our very first podcast episodes. ECCC was probably the best con I attended last year and I have plans to go back. This week ReedPOP, who is known for putting on shows like NYCC, C2E2 and both PAX shows, announced that they had acquired ECCC. While I am a huge fan of NYCC, I, along with many people, was more than a little concerned by this news. ECCC has a reputation for being a special kind of show, huge but still comic and creator focused, unlike the circus that NYCC has become. Comics Alliance sat down with Lance Fensterman of ReedPOP and Jim Demonakos of ECCC to talk about their plans for the future of both ReedPOP and ECCC. For anyone who attends any of these shows, it’s an interview worth reading. Continue reading