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Friday, May 27, 2005

Giant-Sized Episode 25

Get ready to waste your day. Our Giant-Sized 25th Anniversary Special Episode clocks in at over 2 hours!
Episode 25 Part A on MP3
Episode 25 Part B on MP3

Show Notes:

Special Anniversary Episode guest starring Jamie, Shane & Scott

Getting to Know Us Learn all about our newest Comic Geek member, Scott Powers

Listener Emails Matt Nastos of www.niftycomics.com sends a press release for the DVD film Bite Me Fanboy

Geek of the Day #3 Bruce Rosenberger talks about a chance meeting with Mark Hammill before the release of the original Star Wars movie

Comic Podcast Crossover #2 with Los Comic Geekos, discussing the best superhero movies

Stump the Rios Peter redeems his recent poor showing with 2.5 of 3

Top 5 Most Influential Creators in the Comic Industry

Websites mentioned: www.dcuguide.com, www.marvunapp.com, www.whatsyoursuperpower.com


  • Hey guys,

    Another great podcast. I was able to listen to it while I caught up on paperwork at the office today. I'll probably listen again on my normal commute into NJ next week.

    I loved the crossover with the Comic Geekos guys and I hope that you do it again. I felt kind of bad for the fellow that thought that his english wasn't good enough. Three of my employees are from Central and South America and they often mention that they don't feel comfortable with their english. I've tried to explain that they sound fine, but they're still uncomfortable with it... Heck, they know one more language than I do!

    Yes, I still have the Chaykin Star Wars poster. I'll take a pic of it when I get home and send it to you (if it's where I think it is!)

    By Anonymous Bruce R, at 1:58 PM  

  • I for one look forward to seeing the poster...I love stories like that...


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4:44 PM  

  • Hi guys! Great crossover, really enjoyed being a part of it... I still can´t believe we forgot to mention Mystery Men!

    Of the other movies you mentioned, I do remember I enjoyed the Rocketeer, but that´s it. The Shadow, the Phantom, etc. were just ok for us I guess.

    One movie we both forgot to mention that really blazed a path was Flash Gordon. You watch it now and it looks kind of silly, but I remember really digging it back in my youth.


    By Blogger ticoman, at 9:22 AM  

  • Oh, forgot to mention this:

    We couldn't mention Sin City because it hasn't arrived in EL Salvador yet. In fact, it's become one of the running jokes in our podcast: When we started out was like a week before it premiered, so we featured it in our news section. Next week we feature it again because it premiered, and the week after that we talked about its box office performance. After that, we just kept going and going with the "news" that it's still not showing here...

    But, there's hope: We just saw a "coming soon" poster for it last week in one theater, so that might be the end of that!

    By Blogger ticoman, at 11:39 AM  

  • Ticoman,

    I can't believe we all forgot about Flash Gordon. Especially since we played half the soundtrack a few episodes ago.

    Thanks for bring that to our attention ese.


    By Blogger Geek Bry, at 11:42 AM  

  • I have to agree with ticoman about The Shadow and The Phantom. I WANTED to like The Shadow. I love the old radio show and I loved the begining of the film, but that's about it. The Phantom (which barely registers a blip on my memory) also didn't make much of an impression on me. I seem to remember that the damsel in distress never needed the hero's help and she kept saving herself. (Unless I'm thinking of a different movie).

    I was also glad to hear at least Peter mentioned The Hulk. Say what you want about it, but if you start the movie when he first begins to change in the lab - it moves along really well. As for the stuff at the end with the giant jelly fish, well, NOBODY understood that.

    By Anonymous Tom, at 1:23 PM  

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