Podcast time, Evil Geek-o’s! We’re getting back to our roots on today’s episode of Transmissions From the Evil Lair, as the original Evil Geeks, Big Evil and C-Mart, talk about their reactions to the new Justice League trailer, their thoughts on Logan, Iron Fist, and all the latest geek news. Hope you enjoy the show!
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Hey now, Evil Geeks! This week C-Mart and Undies of Wondy are fresh out of the theater from having seen Batman v Superman and they’re ready to let you know what they thought. It’s a big superhero showdown with a shout out to Long John Silver’s, YARRRRRR!
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The Pulp Corner returns! I apologize for its (and my) absence but I recently bought a house and it turns out stripping the walls of the Evil Lair isn’t as simple as one may think. Anyway, the Silver Screen Heroes art series has been making the rounds lately and it’s one that immediately caught my eye. Artist Joe Phillips has taken blockbuster comic book movies as well as imagined ones and reenvisioned them as period films of yesteryear. He also designed retro styled movie posters and cast them with the era appropriate actors. It’s a lot of things I love all wrapped into one package.
Not long ago, the Evil Geeks held court at the Albany Comic Con. And while the camphor and mentholyptus we rubbed on our stiff upper lips distracted us from the unpleasant smells afoot that afternoon, we still needed distraction from the boredom that plagued us. And thus, the rogue Biff Tannen devised an exercise that was both entertaining and productive: a groupwide collaborative artistic effort. In essence, a sort of “We Are The World” composed of pencil strokes rather than voices, but an all star assortment nonetheless.
The came the question of a topic. What subject could possibly allow for the wildly diverse styles and the unpredictably unusual choices of our artists? Why, their artistic choices seem to almost come from entirely separate universes! Eu-motherfucking-reka! Crisis on Infinite Earths from DC Comics and Secret Wars (The current series which has unashamedly stolen the plot of the former) would afford our creators the perfect opportunity to use any character they like and to render them as unusually as they undoubtedly would. The game was thenceforth afoot.
I sat on the sidelines as the aforementioned Biff Tannen, his frequent collaborator/competitor Arthur Harkness, and newcomers to the game C-Mart and Big Evil sketched out two pages worth of epic Universe-shattering action. A few visitors to the table even got in on the fun. It truly is, as I am assured the children still say, a “Jam Piece”.
I’m not one for ado, and I cannot imagine your tastes run so dissimilar to mine as to welcome it, so let us not tarry any further. I give you the two pages that comprise our INFINITY WARS.
First, the Marvel side of things:
And then DC:
Excuse the crudity of this coming statement, but hold on to your butts and try not to shit your britches, because what’s to come will leave your jaw agape in awe.
Are you ready?
I’m not kidding around… take a moment if needed.
Whats Up Geeks!
It’s time for another episode of the Animated Show!!! and we’re reviewing DC Animated’s newest feature, Justice League: Throne of Atlantis. The geeks have been waiting on this movies for quite some time, so have a listen to see what our take is on this flick. Afterwards, we finally have the Big Hero 6 talk that we’ve been waiting months to have and we’ve got a contest for you!!!
Later today we’re posting a chance for you to win LEGO: DC Comics Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League on Blu-ray+DVD+Digital HD UltraViolet Combo Pack!
Sit back, relax and enjoy The Animated Show!
May the Force be with You!
Hey There Cartoon Nerds!
Marvel may have the live-action movies right now, but everyone knows that DC has been king of animation for the past twenty years or so in terms of superhero movies and it looks like they’ve got another hit on their hands with Justice League: Throne of Atlantis.