There was a lot of exciting news to break at this year’s San Diego Comic Con but to me the most interesting was the announcement of an IDW Back To The Future comic book signed off on by Bob Gale. Gale who was a co-writer of the movie (along with Robert Zemeckis) is one of the only people who could green light the project and over the years has been notoriously protective of the franchise. The stories will focus on gaps in the original trilogy and undiscussed backstory in the universe. Answering one of my favorite questions, how exactly did Doc and Marty meet? This sounds like the real deal. If you’re not sold yet, take a look at this recently solicited cover.
That just makes me giddy, but it’s only 1/4 of the entire thing. Behold the entire gatefold cover.
Is it October yet?
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Our density has popped us to you, Evil Geeks! This week Biff Tannen, C-Mart, Martian Luthor Kang, and Undies of Wondy talk with filmmaker Jason Aron, director of the upcoming documentary Back in Time, an INSANELY comprehensive look at the classic 80’s movie Back to the Future. If you’d like to help fund this ultimate insider look at the cultural phenomenon that the trilogy has become there’s still time to contribute to the films Kickstarter campaign here! Hope you enjoy the episode and be sure to help support this incredible film!
Evil Geeks, all I can say is “Check this shit out!” Every now and then you just run across something so awesome that it just leaves you speechless. Case in point, the picture above, which was sent to me by our guest book reviewer Izzy Vassilakis Eden. I’ve never been this close to achieving my life-long dream of drunkenly vomiting in a time machine , but sadly this bad boy isn’t a reality just yet, this is a concept car put together as an advertisement for fashion company Nooka. You get the lowdown on the story behind this beauty right here. Can you imagine the goldmine one would make if they could make this a reality? Hell, I remember being impressed the first time I saw a TV screen in a taxi, I think I’d faint if a time machine stopped to pick me up one day. Bonus points if they can make this thing fly. Think about this: no matter how bad traffic gets in Manhattan, you’d still never have to worry about being late! Although, you’d probably get stuck with some shady cabby trying to jack up your fare by taking a really long time jump through the park or something. I seriously don’t care how much a ride would cost in one of these, but if some young, enterprising, upstart out there wants the make this a real thing, then you just bought yourself a deal to ferry the Evil Geeks from our hotel to the NY Comic Con next year! Sure, it’s only built to carry one passenger, but we’re willing to grab onto the bumper while skateboarding or preferably hoverboarding, Marty McFly style.
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