In this episode the girls discuss all the recent movie trailers including The Hobbit, Tusk, and most importantly 50 Shades of Grey (don’t deny it, you’re excited too). Then SPQ and Gizzy B discuss the emotional fangirl tears they experienced in Hall H at SDCC during the Marvel panel. Also, raccoons the size of grizzly bears? What??
Pre-San-Diego-Comic-con-2014-podcast-WHOO! Gizzy B and the Space Pirate Queen are off to SDCCC 2014, discuss their plans while Fortune Cookie plans to sleep. We also talk about Lady Thor.
During Wondercon 2014, an epic battle began between Chubby Bunny, Yume Ninja and Gizzy B and that fight will continue at San Diego Comic-con this weekend. Convention Bingo is coming back and we want you to play with us this time! Click here to get the official Defective Geeks bingo cards. Feel free to make your own and share them with us as well!
Don’t know how to play this game? Watch the first round:
May the best con-goer wins. Good luck, geeks!
In this episode, we chat with Will Myers from Adventure-A-Week about Snow White: An Adventure and their Kickstarter campaign for it. We might also have gotten into little tangents about food, Mary Sue fanfics and Spider-man. Listen in to find out more about his upcoming project!
Ilona Andrews 7th novel in the Kate Daniel’s series, Magic Breaks, is fast paced, funny, action packed and heart wrenching. It’s basically book crack.
The trouble I have writing this review is that if you know about the series, you’ve probably read them all and don’t need to be persuaded to read the next installment. These characters are your friends and you can’t wait to visit them again. If you haven’t read the series, I can’t talk about ANYTHING that happens in this book because everything has been building to this moment.
If you haven’t started the series, I’m sad for you. I’m sad that you won’t giggle when I mention attack poodles, or want to smack something at the mention of Saiman. The long and the short of it is, if you like paranormal, shape shifters, vampires, fast paced action, mysteries, snarky humor, then go get started! Stop reading this, and go buy the first book. When you finish them all in the next four days, then we can talk.
If you are determined to be spoiled and miss out on all the fun of a series building up it’s characters and revealing mysteries as it goes, read on.