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Monthly Archives: December 2015

Ep 148 – Jem and Star Wars with Kelly Thompson!

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If you’re an 80’s nostalgia loving Evil Geek, then today’s the day you’ve been waiting for! Undies of Wondy and C-Mart are joined by Kelly Thompson, writer of the hit IDW comic Jem and the Holograms, to talk about the truly outrageous 80’s cartoon that she is helping to revive. Also, be warned: STAR WARS SPOILERS for about the first ten minutes of the podcast, then you’re in the clear if you haven’t seen the new movie yet.

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Ep 147 – Toys In the Attic with Robert Bruce

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Hey Evil Geeks! Today’s episode finds C-Mart and Undies of Wondy talking with THE Popculturist himself, Robert Bruce of AMC’s Comic Book Men. We of course talk toys for a while, but we also delve into some of the other items that Robert collects as well! If you’re are true collector at heart, then you will not want to miss this episode!

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Evil Book Report: Star Wars The Last Command

I have officially finished the Timothy Zahn trilogy, just in time to be completely disappointed by The Force Awakens, right? Just kidding. But this trilogy is officially known as one of the best in the extended Star Wars Universe for a reason. We know Abrams is sadly not taking from this trilogy, but I still have high hopes for his reboot. But without further ado I will give you my spoiler filled take on the last installment in Zahn’s trilogy.

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Evil Movie Review: Jurassic World

Jurassic Park was one of those groundbreaking movies that changed the way we thought about movies. For those of us that were children when it came out, it blew us away and is forever ingrained in our minds. I can still remember being a ten year old pretending to be a raptor running around my front yard (and no, I am not ashamed of that). Then there was the Lost World, not as groundbreaking as Jurassic Park, but a good film none the less. Lastly was Jurassic Park 3, a movie that I admit I never watched, receiving mixed reviews and starting to forge away from a mixture of CGI and animatronics towards a more encompassing embracement of CGI. It’s been 14 years since that last installment, and Amblin Entertainment along with Legendary Pictures decided it was time to pursue another movie for this franchise, and got superstar Chris Pratt to play the lead. Here’s my spoiler filled review of an attempt at rebooting the Jurassic Park universe.

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Ep 146 – Kickstarting a Conversation with Sal Brucculeri


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What’s going on, Evil Geeks?!?! On today’s episode, C-Mart sits down with returning guest Sal Brucculeri, writer/creator of C U Next Tuesday, to talk about the successful Kickstarter campaign for Sal’s next book Soul Men! The guys also talk the challenges of balancing your nerd life with your real world responsibilities and talk about the comics they’re reading now. For more info on Soul Men and Sal’s other projects, head over to SalBrucculeri.com

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Campbell Con Pics Are Finally Here!

Without further ado, here are some snaps from Campbell Con, the premiere event! It was quaint, cute, and a great place for community building. I’ve only been to a few cons so far, and this was a smaller one, but it had a lot more sense of community and camaraderie than the larger cons. It was also a great way to meet like minded creative people in the geek world. Hopefully they have another event next year!

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