Episode 114 – Crystal Sparrow & Tom Bacon

Crystal Sparrow from BlackGirlNerds.com joins Brad & Jarf to talk about X-Men’s television spin-off Gifted.

Entertainment writer Tom Bacon returns to talk about the Past & Future of the Netflix Marvel shows.

SPECIAL BONUS: Jason Moyle’s amazing daughter Ellen gives her opinion on Justice League.

The Digressions:
-Universal Fan Con
-Jarf Recommends CW’s Crisis on Earth X
-Supporting characters don’t last long in Punisher comics
-What the hell are unstable molecules?
-Brad has been reading The Amazing Spider-Man lately.

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Episode 56 – The Cosmic Geppetto Defenders

Jarf, Kyle & Kathleen join Brad to talk about Netflix’s corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Digressions:
-Everyone picks their Defender’s Soul Twin.
Joshua Ostroff wrote a Great Article about the Luke Cage show. 
-Vincent D’Onofrio was in Adventures in Babysitting.  Seriously.
Luke Cage’s 70s-80s outfit wasn’t easy to look at.
-The Novel Night Film by Marisha Pessl.
-The Essay The Elephant in the Room by Jon Ronson.
-The newest season of American Horror Story is the best since the first.

Check out Kyle’s Podcasts Ghostbusters Minute and Jurassic Park Minute.

Jarf and Kathleen both work at The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Find out more and support the organization at www.CFF.org.

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The National Sexual Violence Resource Center acts as a communication hub connecting people with the information, resources, tools, and expertise needed to effectively address and prevent sexual violence in all communities.  Their website is http://www.nsvrc.org/.

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Episode 46 – The SuperHero Fall TV Preview w/ Jarf

There are a bunch of SuperHero TV shows coming at you this Fall.  Brad & Jarf are here to tell you which ones to watch and which to skip.

Also, Heather & Brad participated in Pathfinders For Autism’s annual Run Wild for Autism 5k.  And they’re going to tell you all about it.

Jarf recommends Scud: The Disposable Assassin and Ms. Marvel (That is the second Ms. Marvel recommendation on this podcast. You really should be reading it).

The Digressions:
-We still Love and Support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
-Support Jarf as he takes the 1,000KM CF Challenge.
-You should watch the Spy’s Goodbye scene from Agents of SHIELD.
-Vince Ford, a fellow Lock Haven Alum, knows/loves Wonder Woman. The guys need to get him on the show.

Remember every Rating & Review on iTunes for The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast received in September results in $1 being donated to PathfindersForAutism.

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