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Ep 150 – A Night of Nerdom with the Evil Geeks


Can you believe it’s been 150 episodes, Evil Geeks?!?! What better way to celebrate the big one five o than to get back to basics and have a good old fashioned geek out! Big Evil, C-Mart, and Undies of Wondy recap all the recent nerd entertainment from Jessica Jones to Star Wars and of course, a healthy dose of all of our favorite comic book TV shows. Let’s meet back here in another 150 to party twice as hard for our 300th ep!

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Evil Geeks Women’s History Month Warriors: Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones has lived a colorful life in the Marvel Universe. Introduced as a private detective in the early 2000’s Alias series by Brian Michael Bendis it was difficult to not take to her immediately.


She’s funny, self-deprecating and damn good at what she does. As the series begins we get hints at her former life as a costumed hero, it’s this part of her past that seems to act as a catalyst for some of her destructive behavior. It’s easy to root for her because she’s out taking cases that mirror the real world and helping everyday people cope with the heinous crimes committed in their life. All the while working to better herself.

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Pulp Corner: Alias Vol. 1


Every once in a while you’ll read something that just seems perfectly tailored to your tastes and interests. Since I seemed to been having such gold luck with Brian Michael Bendis lately I thought I’d check out his series Alias. It turned out to be exactly what I was looking for.

The story centers on Jessica Jones, a former super hero who has become a private investigator. She’s washed up and angry. Desperation and hard living had made her callous and beaten her down. I always liked the idea of seeing things from a non-costumed or “heroes” perspective in a world that’s full of them. This is one of the reasons that made the Marvels miniseries so successful. What we get here is basically film noir done Marvel style (and no, not that thankfully). It’s a hell of an idea.


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