TC, Mikey, Holly and Les are talking spoilers! No, wait, it's not like that… We talk about spoilers and how we cope with them. Much emphasis is placed on social media and the weirdness that people bring to the equation. And as always, our picks of the week.
Titles we mention:
Interesting Times (Terry Pratchett)
Undersea Agent (Gil Kane)
MARS Patrol (Wallace Wood)
New Captain America
Game of Thrones
The Fellowship of the Geeks website (tooting our own horn)
Some Facebook post of Thomas' from years ago
Ed Brubaker's Twitter feed
Deadpool: Last Days of Magic
Army of Darkness: Furious Road #4
The Revisionist #1
Death Force #1
Legends 30th Anniversary Collection
Paper Girls #6
The Shadow: The Death of Margo Lane #1
Manny the Martyr
The Drunken Dork Podcast
You, the listeners!
To find us, go to:
Twitter - @FellowshipGeeks, @MikeyGeek, @HollyBlakeee, @TomTCGeek
TC, Mikey, Holly and Les are talking comics and other stories that ended too soon. We're bringing back dinosaurs, super-satire and medieval butt-kicking, just for starters. Here's the link to the Hexer Dusk Kickstarter campaign (Jan Duursema & John Ostrander). Quick correction: Martial Law was created by Kevin O'Neill and Pat Mills. And as always, our picks of the week.
TC, Mikey, Holly and Les talk about promoting indie comics! What are we doing to get the word out for the little guys? What else can we do to help? Who else is doing similar stuff to help? Tangents include defining (or not) what an indie comic is and who makes them. Mentioned links for Alternative Free Comics Day, Buy Indie Comics Day, and Make Mine Indie. And as always, our picks of the week.
TC, Mikey, Holly and Les are playing Hollywood again - this time we're remaking our favorite bad movies! Comics movies, sci-fi movies, classics - even an Elvis movie! No holds barred (and no time limits). And as always, our picks of the week.
TC, Mikey and Les are talking Free Comic Book Day! We got the scoop on our favorite pseudo-holiday, including history, pro tips and some of what happens on the inside. Links include the FCBD website, the Comic Book Plus page and Lyn Kelly's book. And as always, our picks of the week.