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GeekChew No 73: Could've had a Baby

We’re back after a short nine-month break and it’s our book club episode! First we talk Aquaman (3:54) and the new Image Comics series Die, by Kieron Gillen and Stephanie Hans (10:32). The we get into History of Wolves by Emily Fridlund (18:18) and announce our next book club book!

GeekChew No. 70: We Roll in Culture

This week we celebrate 5 years of podcasting! We revisit Quantum & Woody in a throwback to our first episode and discuss the relaunched series, written by Daniel Kibblesmith with art by Kano (3:25). Then we roll into some talk about Deathbed no. 1, a new Vertigo series by Joshua Williamson and Riley Rossmo (11:59). We finish up with the movie Annihilation (18:38). 

GeekChew No. 69: We Need Explainers

This week is Black Panther week! First we talked about the Swamp Thing: Winter Special (9:22), then hit on some Netflix sci-fi with The Cloverfield Paradox (19:17) and Altered Carbon (24:37), and finish it out with Black Panther (29:31).

GeekChew No. 68: Irony is too Highbrow

This week's episode covers the new Vertigo book Imaginary Fiends, from Tim Seeley and Stephen Molnar (4:28), the Netflix series Dark (11:10), and the latest movie from Paul Thomas Anderson, Phantom Thread (18:11). 

GeekChew No. 64: Conceptual Approval

This week we kick things off talking about new trailers for Pacific Rim Uprising, Justice League, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi. We also announce our next book club book, 4 3 2 1: A Novel, by Paul Auster. Then we get into the new X-Men show on Fox, The Gifted (12:51), the new book Batman: White Knight by Sean Murphy (18:36), and Blade Runner 2049 (30:16).

GeekChew No. 62: Fight Seens

This week we start with some talk about the first five episodes of The Defenders on Netflix (6:40), then slide into Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (14:18) and Atomic Blonde (20:35), and cap it off with what might be our favorite book of the year, Mister Miracle, by Tom King and Mitch Gerads (26:02). 

GeekChew No. 58: Is it Wonder Woman? It Absolutely Is.

It's a busy episode with the first Black Panther trailer (3:25), the new comic book Destroyer (8:42), episode 6 of American Gods (19:53), and the Wonder Woman movie (28:51). 

GeekChew No. 50: The 1975 Boob Tube

The power couple returns and is bad at math and can’t talk so good. We kick off episode 50 talking about some of the things we’ve missed over the last few months, then get into the CW’s new show Riverdale (15:45). We also discuss a couple of #1 issues from Image: Curse Words, by Charles Soule and Ryan Browne (20:28), and The Few, by Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman (28:50).

GeekChew No. 49: Work That Villainiest Villain Thing!

The power couple discusses the first six episodes of Netflix's new Marvel series, Luke Cage (8:59). We also talk about a new book from Image Comics, Moonshine, by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso (17:10). Then we wrap up by talking about HBO's new series West World (23:05).