Episode 75 – The Best of the 90’s Recap

Due to unforeseen circumstances, we had to delay the next round of the Best of the 90’s Tournament.

To prepare our listeners, we put together a recap of the match-ups so far.

See you next week!  It’s Clerks V Pump Up The Volume.

The fundraising single produced by Cosmic Geppetto is out on CD Baby and iTunes.

All proceeds go to:
HIAS | PA
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Episode 74 – A Little More Lil Talk

Brad & Lil had so much fun Talking Geeky last week they kept recording.

Digressions:
-Routh rhymes with south
-What underwear does Wonder Woman wear?
-Lil is excited for Iron Fist
-How cool would it be to have X-Men in the MCU?
-Chuck Berry: Awesome Artist and (Allegedly) Terrible Person

Check out Lil at LilGripes.com.

The fundraising single produced by Cosmic Geppetto is out on CD Baby and iTunes.

All proceeds go to:
HIAS | PA
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Episode 71 – Just Mouse Interviewed by Just Brad

Steven Brown from progressive folk blues opera project Just Mouse joins Brad to talk about the Double EP Armchair Revolutionaire /Making Things in Interesting Times which is set to release on March 3.

Muertess, The Duchess of Death also pays a visit.

The Digressions:
-Paul Westerberg doing the same song twice, and very differently, on the same album
-Steven isn’t a Rush fan
-People who grumble about music not being as good as it used to be

Check out Just Mouse’s website Here.

Next week we will be joined by:
Ariell R. Johnson: Owner of Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse
Claire Folkman & Kelly Phillips: Editors of Dirty Diamonds Comics
Emily K.: Cartoonist, Illustrator & Designer at Feathered Hat Studios

We’ve been asked by some of these remarkable women to share the Link for the fundraising site to help bring 27 creators to the Queers & Comics Conference being held in San Francisco at the California College of the Arts on April 14-15, 2017. Please check it out and help if you can.

After a little bit of a delay, the fundraising single produced by Cosmic Geppetto is out on CD Baby and iTunes.

Remember that all proceeds go to:
HIAS | PA
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

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Episode 70 – Stella from The Batgirl to Oracle Podcast

Stella from The Batgirl to Oracle Podcast joins Brad to talk about her favorite and not-so-favorite comic book characters, movies and TV shows.

It is also the World Premiere of “Gonna Be Okay,” a song you can buy Here, with all proceeds going to:
-The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
-HIAS Pennsylvania, a group providing legal and supportive services to immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers from all backgrounds in order to assure their fair treatment and full integration into American society.

UPDATE: The company distributing “Gonna Be Okay” is having database issue they hope to have resolved 2/20.  We will update when the song is available.

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Episode 69 – Best of the 90s: Matthew Sweet’s Girlfriend Vs. The Lemonheads’ Shame About Ray

It’s a Best of the 90’s Matchup as Brad represents Matthew Sweet’s Girlfriend and takes on Shawn and The Lemonheads’ Shame About Ray.  Judging is Tim.

Dave from Central PA Ghostbusters talks to Brad about the recent news of Kevin Smith bringing back Jay & Silent Bob.

The Digressions:
-Weather report from Prague
-When do kids start loving snow days?
The Three Investigators
-Brad loved Hardy Boys novels growing up
-We said it before: Comic Store West is the best comic shop in PA

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Episode 62 – Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

It is the Last Episode of 2016 and there is a whole lot of stuff.

Jarf and New Friend Gralin talk to Brad about The 2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Nominees.

Muertess: The Duchess of Death joins the show for the first time to share what horror movie you should be checking out on Netflix.

Amy, Jason & Kathleen join Brad for some New Years Cheer (by that, I mean singing).

So. Many. Digressions.  To name a few:
-Wow! Gralin really knows a lot about Kraftwerk
-Brad saw Bad Brains in Philly
-Frank Black talk
-Brad saw Freedy Johnston before he knew who he was
-MC5 toured with Marshall Crenshaw and Evan Dando
-Gralin recommends Please Kill Me by Legs McNeil
-Speaking of McNeil, Brad asked his mom for his book The Other Hollywood and she was embarrassed when she found out what it was about
-Jarf loves The Worst Idea of All Time podcast
-Why did they make Grownups 2?
-One last crazy thing to happen in 2016: Brad says something nice about Justin Timberlake music
-Cheesy 80s music videos (uh oh, It’s Magic!)

Not to be left out; Heather, Jarf, Matt, Kyle, Lamar, David, Brian from Comic Store West & Shawn share their favorite things from 2016.  Some of those things include Babetown, Shooting Clerks, Gilmore Girls: Year in the Life, The Extra Life Gaming Event, The Neon Demon and the band Thank You Scientist.

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