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We Be Geeks 233: 50 shades of Venom

We Be Geeks 233: 50 shades of Venom

This week, Ken Rose from Geek Watch One and the Wookiee Radio podcast fills in for Mike who is still recovering from the loss of his father.  But wait, whose is that making a guest appearance on his own show?

Topics discussed on this episode include:

  1. Iron Fist appearing on season two of Luke Cage
  2. The Gifted beating The Inhumans in the ratings
  3. 50 Shade of Grey script writer  penning new Venom movie
  4. A discussion about Old School wrestling
  5. Two generations of Battlestar Galactica coming together in a new Dynamite! comic series
  6. Flight of the navigator reboot
  7. Steven King’s The Stand and Salem’s Lot getting reboots.

Marvelette Missives – Introducing Legion

First announced in October 2015 and set to premiere in February 2017, Legion is a collaboration between FX and Marvel Television. It’s based on a comicbook character of the same name, who is the mutant son of Professor Xavier – yes, the one from X-Men. This is the first series to have a direct tie-in to the X-Men movies.  More

Now Geek This! Jessica Jones Review, And Trailers, Trailers, Trailers!

nowgeekthisJessica Jones is the latest show to come from the collaboration between Marvel Studios and Netflix.  As a Netflix show, all thirteen episodes of the first season of Jessica Jones were released on November 20th, and are currently available for viewing.  Jessica Jones stars Krysten Ritter in the titular roll, and co-stars Rachel Taylor, and Carrie-Anne Moss, with David Tennant playing the role of the main villain Killgrave, aka The Purple Man, in the series.  Jessica Jones also introduces Mike Colter as Luke Cage, a character who will also be getting his own Netflix show next year. More

WBG Episode 91: Aw Crap! Taking A Poo.

WBG with bkg2This week we, the gang at We Be Geeks, give our early impressions of the debut of Gotham and the return of SHIELD. Plus where you can go to earn college credit studying the Marvel movie universe. And a discussion on if comic artist Dave Dorman’s wife Denise was on the something saying today’s Con has jumped the shark for comic book artists. Oh, and lots of poo references for some reason…we blame Marty for that…

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Now Geek This: A Review of X-Men: Days of Future Past

nowgeekthisX-Men: Days of Future past is a continuation of the X-Men franchise, and marks the return of director Bryan Singer, director of the first two X-Men movies,  to the franchise.  The movie features a large ensemble cast including Sir Patrick Stewart as professor Charles Xavier, James McAvoy as the younger Xavier, and fan favorite Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.  The plot of the film begins in an apocalyptic future where robots known as Sentinels have hunted mutant-kind to near extinction.  Xavier and his remaining X-Men send Wolverine back in time to 1973 in order to prevent mutant shape-shifter Mystique, played by the sensational Jennifer Lawrence, from killing the inventor of the Sentinels, Bolivar Trask, played by the amazing Peter Dinklage. More