GW1 Issue 109 – Now With Extra Pulp

This week we have an interview with “new pulp” author Derrick Ferguson, who writes the Dillon series among other stories and books. First, we catch up with our general geeky happenings, then talk some of the news from the past week, including the Project Scorpio reveal from E3 and bidding farewell to a fan favorite. Listen now!  Continue reading

GW1 Issue 108 – It’s All a Front

We’re a little all over the place this week, but you can probably tell we had a good time. After a very brief update of our goings on, we get into myriad tv shows we’ve watched from the 80s through to today (and some crazy plot lines), what we like/don’t like about movie trailers and why detailed origin story movies aren’t necessary. We also say farewell to a Bat icon and talk Star Wars costumes. Listen now! 

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GW1 Issue 102 – High Tea Tai Chi

This week we’re focusing on conventions. First, we have lots of updates for this weekend’s Oddmall, including some specifics on panels and entertainment. Then, after a bit of geek news, we have details from Kylan and Miss Dawn about the fun they had at the International Steampunk Symposium in Cincinnati last weekend. Listen now!  Continue reading

GW1 Issue 101 – Finales, Premieres & Yelling Kam

We’re at The Malted Meeple this week with our crew and some friends, talking about a few season finales and premieres. We start out with lots of Oddmall news… because it’s less than a couple weeks away! Plus there are some just-announced movie release dates and a couple of new tv trailers to cover. Listen now!  Continue reading

GW1 Issue 100 – Keepin’ It Steamy

It’s our 100th issue! Time to do a bit of reminiscing about what we’ve enjoyed and experienced over the past 100 episodes. So many things we never thought we’d be doing and so many friends we’ve made along the way.

Then we have details on a great new RPG involving goblins from our pal Robert Turk. Of course, Star Wars Celebration was last weekend, so we need to talk about that a little. And the second half of this issue is a great interview with Aloysius Fox, proprietor of the International Steampunk Symposium.  Listen now!  Continue reading

GW1 Issue 99 – But a Shell Ain’t One

Bottles of beer on the wall, problems, red balloons… and this episode! That’s right, we’re all about 99 this week!

Kam and Jessie join us (as our resident anime experts) to talk about the new live action Ghost in the Shell movie and the original anime. Plus we catch up on some recent events, the upcoming Oddmalls and some superhero movie and show news. Listen now!   Continue reading

GW1 Issue 98 – Tongue Waggling Movie Time

We’re only two shows away from the big one!

It’s time to talk about the movies hitting theaters in the second quarter. But first, we talk some pinball and Netflix binging. Then it’s on to Oddmall, a new game release we’re looking forward to, some Deadpool stuff (of course!) and a little discussion on bad movies and syndicated tv shows. Listen now!  

What we’ve been up to – Miss Dawn and Kylan got their pinball on; binging Viking, sci-fi and fur trading shows
Coming up – Oddmall is a month away and so is Free Comic Book Day! Plus, the big news for Mutha Oith Creations is closer to being revealed and we’ll be switching our Meeplecast day beginning in May
News – another Big Trouble in Little China game is on the way, Deadpool 2 Cable casting, Deadpool comic teaser, MST3K and RiffTrax
Q2 Movies – all the good geek stuff coming to theaters over the next three months, including the beginning of the summer blockbusters with Guardians of the Galaxy vol. 2 and Wonder Woman 



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GW1 Issue 97 – Beauty of Disney Remakes

It’s the end of the month and we’re enjoying ourselves at The Malted Meeple once again. After we get through Kylan’s various theories on dance movies, there’s a little bit of news to share and then it’s on to Disney. We have a review of the new live action version of Beauty and the Beast and then we chat about the dozen or so live action remakes Disney has planned for the next few years. Listen now!  Continue reading