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The Geekset Crew go LIVE during Milwaukee Mighty Con. SPECIAL GUEST Interview Steve Cardenas (aka The Red Ranger) Check out the crazy events as they unfold, some interviews with Vendors as well as their Black Panther Review, Black Lightning review, more Geekset commentary.  

The whole crew is back with their first episode of 2018 where the cover their favorite Geek moments of 2017, why the critics tried to kill Bright’s success, Meth Damon and Black Mirrors, Star Wars and Favorite Hip Hop Albums. They also announce their first LIVE Podcast on Feb. 24th at Mighty-Con. Click below for […]

They are really going full speed ahead with the promotion of the Brooklyn Nets. Marvel Comics and The Brooklyn Nets introduce The BrooklyKnight. According to both Marvel Entertainment and the Brooklyn Nets, the new mascot is the “protector of Brooklyn’s hometown team, defender of New York’s largest and most courageous borough, and ruler of Barclays Center.” The superhero […]

I was never much of a Marvel Comic fan. Outside of Spider-Man I was DC Comics all day. But I can’t front, over the last few years Marvel has put together a strong line-up of films. Now with the upcoming Avengers movie, Marvel can gang together. Look for the  film next May.

So there is a brand new Spidey in town. Ladies and gentlemen meet Miles Morales, a half black and half Hispanic crime fighting teenager. Writer Brian Michael Bendis, who has scripted every issue of Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man since it first debuted in 2000 to wide acclaim, maintained a new hero would replace Parker, felled in […]

[vodpod id=ExternalVideo.1000300&w=425&h=350&] Now this looks like a Spider-Man movie I can dig. Not saying anything was wrong with the previous ones. They were cool for kids, but this right here seems like the grown man version. The movie drops July 3rd, 2012. Hopefully it can live up to my expectations.    

Looks like the crew is on some space-age pimping in these outfits. But from the looks of it, the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has joined the Fantastic Four! The group changed their colors and name; now being called Future Foundation. I am sure this will lead to a new movie, especially with Marvel pushing the upcoming […]

This can’t be Black History Month, with good ole John Mayer creating a stir with “supposed” racist comments made in an interview. Now I am not overly sensitive, or a conspiracy theorist with a victim’s mentality, but thankfully we have Marvel’s Captain America comics, to ferret out any shenanigans that might be brewing…

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