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For this week’s episode of Geekorama, Trish and Jeremy are exploring the ongoing impact of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how it’s transformed the world and invited a new generation of geeks to superheroes.
THE PULL LIST
Jeremy – Venom (2018) Writer Donny Cates, Pencils Ryan Stegman, Inker JP Mayer. With this run of Venom coming to a close, there is good reason to see what all the fuss is about. The characterization of the Venom symbiote is done incredibly well and the emotional range on page is outstanding. What makes it even more interesting, in a few short pages it goes from being a side character in Spider-Man to having a mythos deeply rooted in the Marvel Universe. Well worth reading and the artwork puts this up there in the pantheon of comics. 4.5/5 Capes
Trish – Haunted Heroine by Sarah Kuhn. This series is one of my all time favorites. It has kick ass asian american female heroes, steamy romance and a really fun world. This book also has some thrills and chills since it takes place at a seemingly haunted college campus during Halloween. Highly recommend whether or not it’s Halloween, 5/5 Capes
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Trish – The History of Swear Words. Wanna see Nic Cage chew scenery and swear up a blue streak? You could que up any of his movies OR you could have a good laugh and learn something by watching this limited Netflix series. It’s funny, informative, fascinating and so much more!
Jeremy – Teddy Bomb. When the description includes a beer delivery guy, a plot to destroy the word and a teddy bear with laser eyes and chainsaw fur, how can you not watch it? It could either be the worst movie of all time, or comedy genius. This one might require cocktails with friends to work, but in the end, it had enough, “WTF” moments to make it entertaining.
Deep Dive – Impact Crater: How the MCU Changed Fandom
We are more than a decade into the major cross-over-event created by the MCU. Now with comics in the mainstream, there are a whole new wave of fans coming to comic book properties. With this new surge, there is always the fear of gatekeeping as new fans and old fans clash. However, we’re hopeful that this is going to create a new blend of fans who love these heroes from any era!
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