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Episode 37 - That's Something That Flips His Skirt - Week of 11/9/16

The Fellowship of the Geeks Podcast

Release Date: 11/06/2016

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The Fellowship of the Geeks Podcast

The Fellowship is pleased to present our round-table discussion of the recent behavior of DC Comics. We invited two local comic shop owners, Gabriel Mendez from Red Pegasus Comics in Dallas and Shado Wiley from Carpe Diem Comics in McKinney. We cover DC's firing of Diamond, some of the casting choices, some of the influences (in both directions), and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of two classic TV shows, The Honeymooners and The Flintstones. The Honeymooners was the template for the American sitcom in general, and The Flintstones in particular. We cover the beginnings of both shows, some of the casting choices, some of the influences (in both directions), and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship of the Geeks Podcast

The Fellowship is pleased to present our latest Q&A episode. We had two awesome questions (out of many, some of which we'll cover soon) about the comics industry in general. We cover comics in the mass market, the pricing of comics, access to comics in general, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship is pleased to present our recent chat with comics creator David Pepose. He came on to tell us (and you) about his current Kickstarter campaign for The O.Z., a dark twist on the magical land we all know and love. We also got him to catch us up on what else he's up to since we last hung out with him.

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The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of two movies, Dick Tracy and Darkman, that released in 1990. Both were groundbreaking films in their own way, and in very different ways. We talk about the each of them, including some history on how they were made, a bit about when they were made, how well we think they were made, Danny Elfman, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship regrets to announce that we do not have a new episode for you this week. 2020 just keeps on coming, and it kept us away from you yet again. We'll be back next week with more of our usual silly behavior. If you have a moment, though, check out our website and our weekly picks, and maybe grab a rerun episode to listen to. And if we don't say it enough, thank you for listening and hanging out with us 🙂   Announcements: Come hang out with us! We have monthly meetups on 2nd Saturdays in Garland, TX; details on Facebook & Twitter & We're super excited to be partnered...

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The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of Live Aid, the huge charity concert from 1985. It was a huge event, and it gave people a lot of memories (for better or worse). We talk about the concert itself, a bunch of history behind the event, its iconic status, some tangents on Band Aid and Farm Aid, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship regrets to announce that we do not have a new episode for you this week. 2020 has been a heck of a year, and it certainly caught up to us this week. We'll be back next week with more of our usual silly behavior. If you have a moment, though, check out our website and our weekly picks, and maybe grab a rerun episode to listen to. And if we don't say it enough, thank you for listening and hanging out with us 🙂   Announcements: Come hang out with us! We have monthly meetups on 2nd Saturdays in Garland, TX; details on Facebook & Twitter & We're super excited to be...

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The Fellowship of the Geeks Podcast

The Fellowship is pleased to present our discussion of Bugs Bunny on his 80th birthday. His first "official" appearance was in July 1940, though he had been evolving for a couple of years by then. We're all big Looney Tunes fans around here, let me tell ya. We talk about the wascally wabbit, some of his co-stars, a bit about his creators, a little bit of a tangent about modifying the classics, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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The Fellowship is pleased to present our latest Casting Call episode. This time around we're casting an animated series based on the Groo the Wanderer comic series. Groo is a favorite of ours here at the Fellowship, and we haven't cast animation before. We talk about the iconic Groo cast of characters, a little bit about voice acting in general, and a bunch of stuff in between. Plus our usual tangents galore and our comics picks of the week.

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More Episodes

The Fellowship is pleased to present a discussion of anthologies in comics, and how they're not as common as they used to be. We try to get a handle on why that's the case, just to realize that we were the target audience from the start. And as always, our picks of the week.

 

What we're up to this week:

Knights of the Dinner Table magazine [note: I said 10 years, but it's probably more like 25]

Ghost Adventures (Travel Channel show) with some local connotations

Getting caught up on side projects

 

Check out our sponsor page! Head to the website and click on the banners for Things From Another World and Make Mine Indie! (Click through the TFAW banner on our site and we get a cut. And check out tons of great indie comics in the MMIndie catalog. And thank you!)

 

The Bronze Age Babies article that inspired this week's topic

And we list a bunch of anthology titles, once we start thinking about it

 

[Also, apologies if the background noise is too annoying; I just got a new microphone and I'm working out the kinks. -m]

 

Picks for the week of 11/9:

The Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1

Glitterbomb #3

Namesake #1

Mother Panic #1

Green Valley #2

Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #4

Honorable Mention: Adam Strange: The Silver Age volume 1

Honorable Mention: The Mummy #1 (as in the Universal Monster)

Honorable Mention: Spirit Hunters #1 (callback to the beginning)

 

Shoutouts:

Manny the Martyr

#PodernFamily

You, dear listeners!

 

Question of the Week: What character would you like to see in an anthology? Let us know on social media!

 

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