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Comic Geek Speak Podcast - The Best Comic Book Podcast: Episodes

Sal Abbinanti has been a friend of ours for quite some time and we're very happy to have him for Episode 1500 to regale us with stories on Comic-Con, his family, and so much more. And away we go! (2:35:04)
It's Time Lord time! Shane and Pants chat with comics pro and big-time Whovian Charlie Kirchoff about his contributions to IDW's line of Doctor Who comics, with time left over to geek out over the Gallifrey One convention and the upcoming adventures of the Twelfth Doctor! (1:15:23)
Raccoons and hominids and spies, oh my! This month's roster of Off the Racks reviews encompasses espionage action (Grayson #1 from DC), outer-space funny-animal thrills (Rocket Raccoon #1 from Marvel), and dawn-of-man comedy-drama (Tuki: Save the Humans #1 from Jeff Smith's Cartoon Books). It's genre-bending ...
All's fair in love and Previews! We go through the August catalog for items shipping to stores starting in October. Then, we talk to our old friend Steve Bryant about the Athena Voltaire Compendium, coming soon from Dark Horse! (1:28:10)
We take some time to react to a few SDCC news items, including this year's Eisner winners and the upcoming Star Wars series (plural!) from Marvel. Then, we shoot for the stars, devoting the entire second half of this episode to our rapturous review of the magical, musical, mirthful space-odyssey that ...
It's the story of Alana and Marko--lovers, fighters, new parents, deserters from both sides of a vast interstellar conflict as ancient as it is senseless--who defy all odds to seek a new life for themselves and for their new baby girl, somewhere among the stars. It's a tale of love and war, comedy and ...
Episode 10: 'Hell Hath No Fury'. A look at a Femme Fatale from the age of pulp characters. Created by one of the first female creators; Tarpe Mills. Guest co-host Eric Nolen-Weathington helps discuss a hero with fashion sense. (1:20:57)
Demonstrating once again the truth of the old Riosian motto 'We Are Wordy B**ches!', we the Geeks take a mere handful of communiques from you the Listeners and spin them out into an hour-and-a-half of entertaining comics-connected commentary and conversation. It's what we do! (1:37:01)
Matt's in the studio for this episode, so the topic inevitably veers toward movies, in particular the latest 'Batfleck' tidbits. Also, Chris provides a retailer's perspective on conventions; Peter describes his first exposure to the old 'limited animation' Marvel cartoons of the '60s; and Pants and Shane ...
Witness here one of the last legacies of late CGS producer Jamie D: an Off the Racks episode featuring reviews of Superman #32 from DC; Savage Hulk #1 from Marvel; and most Jamie-approved of all, the first issue of IDW's adaptation of Harlan Ellison's original script for the classic Star Trek episode, ...
Stars and Stripes and PREVIEWS Forever! We go through the July catalog for items shipping to stores starting in September. (1:43:24)
Summertime, and the livin' is easy--and in the CGS Studio, we've got some comic talk to catch up on! Topics include the remarkable reading habits of Bryan's daughter Clara (hint: she's into superheroes), Pants' ongoing love affair with original art, early buzz concerning the upcoming San Diego convention, ...
As Seen on TV! The Geeks wax nostalgic about their favorite comics licensed from other media: toys, video games, film/television, and beyond! An essential topic of conversation for all geeks (children of the '70s/'80s in particular), presented in the scintillatingly synergistic CGS style! (2:00:33)
The Lee/Kirby stories of the Silver Age are a tough act to follow, but the Fantastic Four in the Bronze Age has a lot to offer the interested reader as well, as this episode endeavors to prove! Inside you'll find scripts by Thomas and Conway, pencils by Perez and Pollard and Buckler and Buscema, and ...
Convention season is in full swing, and we discuss a few recent and upcoming cons of interest, including a glowing description of Pants' Heroes Con 2014 experience from the man himself! Our second feature: a prolonged discourse on the present and future state of the back-issue market, with retailer's ...
Everything's coming up Previews! We go through the June catalog for items shipping to stores starting in August. (1:41:29)
From the annals of Infinity to the streets of Chicago, from fifty years ago to five years from now, we've scanned time and space in search of worthy topics for this month's 'Off the Racks' episode. The result: reviews of Image's C.O.W.L. #1, DC's Futures End #1, and Marvel's Thanos Annual #1, for your ...
We find time in this episode for a 'Jamie's Avengers' 10K race update, a few thoughts about current Avengers comics, and a Peter Rios soapbox speech or two, but our main focus is movies, and in particular a SPOILER-laden look at that sensational '70s period piece, 'X-Men: Days of Future Past'. (1:35:04)
Concluding our two-part scrutinization of the landmark Avengers Forever maxiseries. Secrets revealed! Continuity glitches resolved! Avengers history revisited! Everything you've ever wanted to know about Kang the Conqueror, Immortus, and the Space Phantom! Cameo appearances by dozens of actual and potential ...
We've done it once before (in Episode 25!), but it was SO long ago, and the genre has expanded SO much, and the assortment of participating Geeks is SO different, we thought we'd try it again: it's Comic Geek Speak's Top Five Comic Book Movies, take two! We'll supply the discussion, digression, declamation, ...
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