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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. 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. 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).

GeekChew No. 47: Certified Fresh! Or Not... We Can't Tell

The power couple discusses Black Hammer, the new series from Image Comics, written by Jeff Lemire with art by Dean Ormston (12:16). We also talk movies with some Jason Bourne discussion (24:36) and Suicide Squad (34:13). 

GeekChew No. 46: Star Trek. Big. Space. Deal.

The power couple discusses news out of San Diego Comic Con, mostly the trailers for the upcoming Wonder Woman (2:18) and Justice League (4:06) movies. We also talk about some of the Marvel stuff (7:38), from Captain Marvel to Thor: Ragnarok to Marvel on Netflix. We then jump to Bo Burnham's new comedy special on Netflix (14:31), the last two episodes from season six of Game of Thrones (12:25), Pokemon Go (14:31), and Star Trek Beyond (16:23). After that we dive into the new Netflix series Stranger Things (19:03), a fantastic new show created by the Duffer Brothers, with a great cast that includes Winona Ryder, David Harbour, and many more. Finally, we talk volume one of Monstress, a series from Image Comics written by Marjorie Liu with art by Sana Takeda (28:53).

GeekChew No. 41: Dept. H and Other Things That Don't Suck

The power couple discusses the new Dark Horse on-going series from Matt and Sharlene Kindt, Dept. H. We start the week with our excitement for the season 6 premier of Game of Thrones (3:19) and then move into news about the next Spider-Man movie (8:49). We talk about some new podcasts, an NPR interview with Ta-Nehisi Coates (10:05) and Embedded (12:23). We also watched the first two episodes of the new season of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt on Netflix (14:27). Marvel's Moon Knight #1, written by Jeff Lemire with art by Greg Smallwood, is up next. It was a great debut issue and introduction to the character that we highly recommend (15:53). The Fire Rises documentary about the Nolan Batman movie trilogy (20:20) and another viewing of Batman v. Superman (21:53) quickly followed. Then we dive into "Enough with the Canon," an article from The Atlantic by Asher Albein about the relationship between fans and canon (27:08). Finally, we get to Dept. H #1 and the great start of its locked-room mystery (38:03).  

GeekChew No. 25: Trailers/Tig Notaro

The power couple discusses trailers for the post-summer blockbuster movie season, with highlights including Black Mass, Final Girls, and The Witch. There looks to be a whole slew of great movies on the way, and we talk first impressions about a lot of them right here. We also just recently watched the Netflix documentary Tig, which details many of the challenges of the last few years for comedian Tig Notaro, and saw Tig's new HBO stand-up special, Boyish Girl Interrupted.   

GeekChew No. 13: Chrononauts/Daredevil

The power couple is back after a long hiatus with episode 13 of GeekChew! We talk about Chrononauts, the new Image Comics series from writer Mark Millar and artist Sean Murphy. We also discuss the first four episodes of the new Daredevil series from Netflix.  Then we close out with our Notables, from the X-Files to Cadbury chocolate.