Episode 108 – Going Against The Crowd w/ Zach Luna

Zach Luna from Dueling Genre’s Spider-Man Minute and Brad disagreed on Facebook.  It turned into an intelligent discussion that then turned into an episode of this podcast.

Because they are adults.

The Digressions:
-Brad & Zach have different thoughts on Hocus Pocus
-Sarah Jessica Parker on the show Equal Justice
-Being misled by Talented Mr. Ripley
-Robert Egger’s The Witch
-Robert Downey Jr. and other actors who like to ad lib
-Zach’s car was in Justified.
-Brad met someone famous, but doesn’t want to share her name
-The guys say  Walter Goggins instead of Walton Goggins. Oops.
-Josie and the Pussycats was a better movie than you remember
-So was Nancy Drew
-Riverdale
-Jennifer’s Body
-Megan Fox was once the hottest actress on the planet
-Goonies
-Joffrey from Game of Thrones
-Brad has hard feelings toward Nurse Betty
-Connor from Angel was bad
-The Ballet episode of Angel was good
-Watch Episode 8 of this season’s Scorpion
-Zach worked on costumes for Black Panther (!)
-Brad & his sister watched Grease 2 a thousand times growing up.
-Brad had a girlfriend who thought he looked like Val Kilmer. Back when that was something to be proud of and not a reason to break up.

Zach’s Twitter is Twitter.com/ZacharyJLuna.

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Episode 95 – Artist Jason Lenox & Nittany Con

It’s been mentioned many times before: Brad went to Lock Haven University, which is about 45 minutes outside of State College, PA (Home of Penn State University).  State College’s Premiere Comic Convention is Nittany Con.  Fantastic Artist & Very Nice Guy Jason Lenox joins the show to talk about the convention and his art.

Because sometimes life is too good to believe, Jarf also joins the show to talk about his favorite (and one not so favorite) scenes from Spider-Man: Homecoming.  They also share clips from the old WLHU program The Jarfketeer Show w/ Otter.

The Digressions:

  • Does anyone remember The Critic?
  • Flash Thompson was Peter Parker’s best man
  • The great Spider-Man Minute podcast
  • The wonderful Marvel artist Ken Feduniewicz
  • Hasan Minaj’s Homecoming King
  • X-Men #1 written by Chris Claremont sold over 7 million copies
  • The Nittany Con sponsors:
    • Jake’s Cards and Games
    • Isle of Comics
    • Savage Mane Beard Co
    • The Comics Vault
    • Schlow Center Region Library
  • Brad loved Robocop so much he kept watching the sequels.

Information for Nittany Con can be found Here.

Jason Lenox’s website is JasonLenox.com.

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Episode 87 – Babies & Spiders with Scott Carelli from Dueling Genre Productions

Scott Carelli from Dueling Genre Productions returns to talk about Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver and Spider-Man: Homecoming.

Kyle Crane from Pele Media reviews The Mummy.

The Digressions:
-Should Nick Frost be a lead actor?
-Cuban Fury
-Hudson Hawk
-MTV’s Made
-The fan recut of Passengers.
-Scott Buck is a weird show-runner.
-Iron Fist
-How to stay in the TV writing field.
-The guys agree Kraven’s Last Hunt is overrated.

Scott is involved with a bunch of awesome podcast (Geek by Night, Spider-Man Minute, Back to the Future Minute). Go to DuelingGenre.com to find out about those and more.

Kyle is doing great stuff with Pele Media, which you can follow on Twitter.

Episode 82 – Guardians of the Galaxy 2 w/ Lil from LilGripes.com

Brad & Lil from LilGripes.com talk Guardians 2 and so much other geeky stuff that her iPad runs out of power.

The Digressions:
-Spider-Man
-Brad’s previous conversation with Tom Bacon
-What the Hell happened to Arrow?
-The trailer for Defenders

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 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 47 – Hanging With The Central PA Ghostbusters

Brad is joined by Dave & Cat Shiffler from The Central PA Ghostbusters to talk about the Past, Present & Future of the Film Franchise at their favorite shop Comic Store West.

To keep the episode packed with excitement, Brad does a To & From Review of Jason Bourne, because better late than never.

The Digressions:
-Brad’s favorite Second Run Movie Theater is Funtime Cinemas in York, PA.
-Are DC movies broken?
-Who likes Civil War more than Winter Soldier?
-You can see Dave’s arm in the documentary Ghostheads on Netflix
-Peter Porker, The Spectacular Spider-Ham is a real thing
-Julies Stiles was almost a big deal.

Wanna meet the Central PA Ghostbusters?  Go Here to find out about upcoming events.

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Episode 22 – Spider-Man and His Amazing Friend Leah

Leah returns to the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast to talk about her love of Spider-Man.

What makes Spidey work?

What is needed from an actor portraying the character?

What does she think of the Spider-Men past and present?

The Digressions:
-The fans have been heard! We announce the next Film Franchise Brad and Jarf will Fix
-Leah has never seen the Sound of Music
-The crappy 70’s liveaction Spider-Man Show
-The importance of fading out music in the car
-Brad’s love of Honest Trailers
-The 21 Jump Street movies
-Matthew Sweet (again)
-The Austin Toy Museum, which you can check out Here and Here

 

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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. 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 that same.