This week, host Tom Franklin and Geek Cave co-founder Darrin Wright discuss GamerGate, DC Comics movies, and WWE's Hell in a Cell. Also, Tom reviews a "flagship killer" phone, and then reviews some really bad fan fiction.
The latest Geek Cave Skypecast is LIVE! Darrin, Chad and Greg take you through the big stories from NYCC 2014, as well as their reactions to some of the not-so-big stuff.
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The inaugural episode of The Geek Man Cave sees host Tom Franklin and Geek Cave Podcast creator/host Darrin Wright talk about Middle Earth, alleged sexism, and more.
This month, Darrin reviews Destiny and Fable: Anniversary, Chad's "Random Movie Review" revisits a Hulk Hogan classic, and Justin goes to new extremes to make Darrin break his professional demeanor.
Marking our debut on the Geek Speak Podcast Network!
Darrin sits down with DC Comics artist Babs Tarr about the redesign of Batgirl, the guys debate whether EA Access is worth the price of admission, and Chad reviews a movie based on a Marvel Studios cameo.
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INTERVIEW: Randall Lobb, Director of Turtle Power: The Definitive History of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Tutles
There's a new Ninja Turtles movie out, but that's not the only thing going on for the TMNT's 30th Anniversary. Darrin talks with Randall Lobb about a new documentary, backed by Paramount, that explores the TMNT's beginnings.
This month the guys talk about the Internet's reaction to a female Thor, discuss how GameStop's new gift card program is a stroke of genius, and somehow manage to survive Chad's review of The American Ninja.
The fury of San Diego Comic Con 2014 has passed, and Darrin, Justin, Greg and Chad talk about what they loved, what they hated, and some subjects they probably shouldn't talk about.
On this edition of the Geek Cave, the guys look at a disturbing trend in video game sales, react to an apparent lineup of DC Comics movies coming out in the near future, and Chad reviews Joss Whedon's "Much Ado About Nothing."
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Darrin, Chad and Liz talk about what impressed - and distressed - them most about this year's E3... and about how many games they now have to buy.
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