This is NOT The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast

Remember our new friend Kyle from the last episode where we talked about Preacher?

Yeah, he’s a great guy.

Kyle and his brother Brady released the first episode of New Podcast Ghostbusters Minute.  It is great.  So great we wanted to share it with you.

Check out the website for Ghostbusters Minute and follow them on Twitter Here.  And be sure to subscribe to them on iTunes.

Episode 29 – Talking Preacher

New Friends Kyle and Kathleen join the show to discuss the new TV Show Preacher and the comic of the same name.

Thanks for the Ratings & Reviews for the Podcast.  As promised, $1 for each was made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  We rounded up a little to get a round number.  Even cooler: Matt from The Smörgåschords Radio Show matched our donation. Matt is awesome.

The battle against Cystic Fibrosis is important to Kyle and Kathleen.  To thank them for giving their time to the Podcast, we are doing another round of fundraising.  Same as before, we will donate $1 for every Rating or Review on iTunes or Stitcher between now and July 15. Our goal is 100 total.

Ever wonder what is the best of the 90’s?  We’re going to find out.  See below for the entries in the Championship Bracket.

The Digressions:
-Everybody likes Jarf.
-Jarf was in a college punk band called Cork
-Brad wrote a Book 10 years ago. Jarf is a character in it.
-Brad cannot pronounce anyone’s name
-Brad shares his love of the TV Show Justified…again
-Kathleen doesn’t take any crap
-The comic Bloodthirsty: One Nation Under Water by Mark Landry.
-Kyle’s new podcast Ghostbusters Minute.  Follow them on Twitter Here.
-Brad plugs Comic Store West, the best comic shop in PA.

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Brackets

Episode 28 – Fixing Ghost Rider & Finding a Fish

This one was tough.  Our listeners asked (ordered?) Brad & Jarf to Fix Ghost Rider, and that’s what they did.

Also in this episode, the First and Last voice you hear every episode, Heather Mendenhall does a To & From Review of Finding Dory with Brad and Special Guest Chase Mendenhall.

The Digressions:
-Howard Mackie is Good Starter, but can’t keep a comic series going.
-The Wachowski’s have a lot to answer for
-Nicolas Cage’s FX Abs
-Comic Characters who work better outside of comics, like Blade
-The guys believe they were forced to talk about Ghost Rider by angry ex-girlfriends
-Nicolas Cage is Nicolas Coppola
-Sam Elliot is very cool and he has been an old man for thirty years
-Some movies shouldn’t have love interests (We’re looking at you, Agent 13 in Caps 2 and 3)
-Can romance work for Cap in movies or comics?
-Brad loves the Netflix Marvel shows, but needs more lawyer stuff
-Who would be a good Ghost Rider? Walter Goggins? Jake Gyllenhaal?
-Brad says Justified is the best show from the last 15 years
-Someone needs to cast Katee Sackhoff in something comic related immediately.
-Wynonna Earp is surprisingly good.
-Brad’s son won’t say, “I love you.”

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Episode 27 – Many, Many Shared Universes

Jarf and Brad talk about all the recent announcement of the Hasbro Cinematic Universe.  Will it work?  Will it flop?

Then Jason and Brian return to reconvene the panel and discuss their favorite, and not-so-favorite, crossovers.

The Digressions:
-Dear God in Heaven!  There’s a new Theme Song!
-Why would bad guys call themselves the Masters of Evil?
-Or the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants?
-The Last Airbender
-How far M. Night Shyamalan has fallen
Dan Reed from WXPN
John’s Dollar Bin
The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances
-The Reckoners series by Brandon Sanderson

Subscribe to The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast on iTunes or Stitcher.  Or Both!  Rate and review us while you’re there.

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Email us at CosmicGeppetto@Comcast.net.  We’d love to hear your ideas for upcoming episodes.

Begging for Reviews:
At the end of every episode of the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast, we ask for our listeners to Rate and Review us on iTunes. As of May 7th, we have 2 reviews. We want more and we’re willing to pay for them.

Our panelist Jarf Harden has a day job raising money to aid people suffering from Cystic Fibrosis lead longer, healthier lives. It’s a great cause and you can help.

Our goal is to get 50 new reviews by the end of May June 15. For every review we get to reach that number, The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast will donate $1 to The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, which you can visit Here. You will also get a shout out on an upcoming episode of The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast.

So get reviewing and tell your friends to do the same.

Episode 26 – Cover Conversations 2 (and the news with Brian from Comic Store West)

Whew!  A packed Episode of the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast.

Brian from Comic Store West returns to talk about:
-Captain America has Hailed Hydra!
-There is a new Han Solo.
-The Harrisburg Comic Con is June 11 & 12. Brian will be there. You should be there, too.

Shawn is back for the Second Covers Conversation.  He talks about the Big Star song ‘Thirteen’ and Brad brings Chris Whitley’s ‘Big Sky Country.’

So. Many. Digressions.  Including:
-Those Pretty Wrongs and their song ‘Lucky Guy.’
-Shawn should watch Gilmore Girls for the music.
-Wow! Brad really hates Justin Timberlake.
-Dave Matthews’ label Work.
-Brad recommends the book ‘Sound And Fury’ by Dave Kindred.
-David Gray’s ‘Babylon.’
-The John Mayer album ‘Battle Studies.’
-Brad wants John Mayer to record an album of Chris Whitley songs.
-Tom Waits and his pile of bones.
-Shawn Colvin’s cover of ‘Wild Country.’
-Chris Whitley’s daughter Trixie is a great performer.
-Brad wrote a play inspired by an Elliot Smith song.
-Brad’s son Logan sat on his lap during his interview with Brian (because we’re very professional). He whined a lot because he was promised french fries.

With the passing of Muhammad Ali, music and clips inspired by The Greatest are featured throughout the episode.

Subscribe to The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast on iTunes or Stitcher.  Or Both!  Rate and review us while you’re there.

Follow us on Twitter and we’ll follow you back.

We have a Facebook page.  Please like us!

Email us at CosmicGeppetto@Comcast.net.  We’d love to hear your ideas for upcoming episodes.

Begging for Reviews:
At the end of every episode of the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast, we ask for our listeners to Rate and Review us on iTunes. As of May 7th, we have 2 reviews. We want more and we’re willing to pay for them.

Our panelist Jarf Harden has a day job raising money to aid people suffering from Cystic Fibrosis lead longer, healthier lives. It’s a great cause and you can help.

Our goal is to get 50 new reviews by the end of May June 15. For every review we get to reach that number, The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast will donate $1 to The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, which you can visit Here. You will also get a shout out on an upcoming episode of The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast.

So get reviewing and tell your friends to do the same.