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Council of Geeks

A podcast covering all topics geeky, from comic books to movies, Doctor Who to Game of Thrones, and video games to anime. Regular features include roundtable discussions, movie & TV news on Go Home Hollywood, You're Drunk, and 90's Comics Retrial.
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Jun 22, 2016

Reviewing X-Force #1 a while back was one of the more painful experiences of this podcast to date. So with the rest of the team and the original artist/creator removed can the character of Cable rise above his origins to be something that transcends the era in which he was created? Is the Pope a lizard?

Theme music composed and performed by Erica Driesbach, whose other works can be found at www.ericaricardo.com

 

Jun 8, 2016

It's time to dive into possibly the weirdest comic to ever be allowed to finish its run: Sam Keith's The Maxx from Image Comics. Host Nathaniel Wayne, who drank the Kool-Aid on this one years ago, bring in a fresh set of eyes belonging to Kyle Benning to try and judge this as even handedly as possible. 

Theme music composed and performed by Erica Driesbach, whose other works can be found at www.ericaricardo.com

You can find out more from Kyle at his blog: http://kingsizecomicsgiantsizefun.blogspot.com/

Jun 1, 2016

This year will bring no less than four attempts at finally cracking the video game to film adaptation nut that so far no studio or project has been able to properly crack. Host Nathaniel Wayne brings in guest Paul Scavitto to discuss not only the games coming out this year, but in fact if there are any games that could actually make a successful transition to film at all.

 

You can find some of Paul's comic work here: http://www.risingsuncomics.com/#!armadillo-justice/c10vq

 

And the theme music is by Erica Driesbach, whose other works can be found here: http://www.ericaricardo.com/

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