In which we discuss the king of all geeks, and lord high ruler of pop culture, Mr. Joss Whedon. We’ll talk about his beginning as a writer on the TV show Roseanne, up to his current work in Cabin in the Woods, and The Avengers.
We do dorkdom Big Apple style.
Some of the most memorable music comes from Video Games. Think not?
Well let us convince you otherwise.
In this episode we discuss our favorite tunes from some of our favorite games across multiple consoles.
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In this episode we attempt to cover the magic of comics in all its forms across the globe. From Tintin to Deathnote, we explain our love for this medium and hope to make a true believer out of you.
Ah, New York Comic Con, how we love and hate thee, let us count the ways. In this half episode we discuss our recent journey into the heart of geek; stinky and sweaty though it may be.
Guests: Chris Murphy, Erin Natal, Dan Pinto
Last episode we talked about 3-d imagery on the big screen, but what about actual physical 3-d…such as the awesome Cubebot from the David Weeks Studio!
Cubebot is a wooden robot that can fold into a cube or unfold into just about any pose you can imagine. It’s inspired by Japanese shinto kumi-ki puzzles and has joints that use little rubber bands giving him remarkable flexibility.
In this episode Nelson and Andrew attempt to explain to David AND YOU why martial arts films are inherently nerdy. We touch on modern day action, wuxia kung fu, and chanbara films. We also geek out about our favorite martial arts heroes and heroines.