Once again Matt from Simplistic Reviews joins me as we continue our look at Harrow County. This volume is much different than what came before and we get into that, and how changing artists within a continuous story can impact the flow of the narrative. As always this volume offered a lot to talk about and chew on.

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In Episode 96 of GCR Mike and Dan are here to talk about the movies of the 90s! The decade of the 90s was 20 years ago or so… and we wanna go back! We give you the most grossing films of the decade, how the 80s film landscape transitioned into the 90s way of filmmaking, and so much more! So #UNLEASTHE90sGEEKINYOU and join us in this Nostalgic Conversation!

On “Altered Geek,” Steve discuss his thoughts on:

Liam Neeson is in talks to join Men in Black film, James Mangold is set to write and direct Lucasfilm’s standalone Boba Fett movie, Unexpected cameo in ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’, WARNER BROS. TROLLS RYAN REYNOLDS, Battlefield V, Which Goes Back To WWII, Battlefield 5 ditches the premium pass, will have a premium, real-money currency, will not have loot boxes, Women In Battlefield V, Firefox 60 world’s first browser to give you password-free logins, Klout: Social media measuring power quietly disappears, StumbleUpon Is Dead, The new YouTube Music is coming soon. All this and more on Altered Geek!

POGS ArtIn Episode 94 of the Masters in Space join OptimusSolo and TFG1Mike as they tackle the New Adventures of He-Man.  That’s right we are suffering through something FAR WORSE than Filmation! This week we find ourselves in the Zone of Darkness, after that we tell you a fairy tale with Once Upon A Time, and finally Skeletor cooks up A Plague Upon Primus!!! BY THE POWER AND FOR THE HONOR OF GRAYSKULL WE HAVE THE POWER!!!

It is another Weekly Recommends episode where I go through the week that was in comics. This week we say goodbye once again to Brian Michael Bendis. Also, the 90’s are back in full force in both character and comic book form. All that including this week’s recommendation of the week Doctor Strange #390 by Donny Cates, Frazer Irving, and Chip Zdarsky.


This week’s rundown:

(00:01:26) Doctor Strange #390
(00:06:57) Black Panther #1
(00:11:39) Skyward #2
(00:15:01) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Urban Legends #1
(00:19:02) Flash #47
(00:21:46) Justice League: No Justice #3
(00:25:16) Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #45
(00:28:17) Infinity Countdown: Darkhawk #1
(00:31:48) Invincible Iron Man #600
(00:34:56) Moon Knight #195
(00:37:57) The Ballad of Sang #3
(00:40:01) Black Hammer – Age of Doom #2
(00:43:25) Incognego Renaissance #4
(00:46:42) Brothers Dracul #2
(00:49:33) Her Infernal Descent #2
(00:52:56) Outro

In Episode 95 of GCR Mike, Steve, and Kevin are here to talk Toons! The decade of the 90s was 20 years ago or so… and we wanna go back! We talk about the cartoons we watched, the cartoons we avoided, and how the 80s transitioned into the 90s in Toons, plus so much more! So #UNLEASTHE90sGEEKINYOU and join us in this Nostalgic Conversation!

On “Altered Geek,” Steve discuss his thoughts on:

First Look At Netflix’s She-Ra TV Series, Carmen Sandiego in Netflix Animated Series, Scooby-Doo and Guess Who? & Yabba-Dabba Dinosaurs: Boomerang Announces New Series with Classic Characters, Matt Groening’s DISENCHANTMENT Coming to Netflix!, ‘Gotham’ Producer Teases Bruce Wayne’s Final Steps To Become Batman In Season 5, Why Gotham Can’t Call Jerome or Jeremiah ‘The Joker’, Legends of Tomorrow Poster & Synopsis Confirm Season 4 Team, Bat Embargo Still In Effect Since 2001, Next Arrowverse Crossover Includes Batwoman & Gotham City. All this and more on Altered Geek!


Today on Episode 172 of the Cinema Geeks …..we venture back into the Kevin Smith Filmography by giving you our review of Jersey Girl! Tune in to see how the geeks feel Smith handled the more traditional Romantic-comedy genre and which of his previous films this most lined up with. The critics weren’t friendly with this title, will the Cinema Geeks be?

On this week’s episode Travis Anderson from the Why Is That Podcast joins me to discuss one of the most accalimed books of this decade March: Book One. We talk about some key issues like why the medium of comics works so well for this story and what it means to have someone like John Lewis attached to this project.