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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 54: Up Periscope

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Episode 54: Up Periscope

Jim and Eric get together to talk DC Comics, DC Comics News and random nonsense.  They try to figure out what periscope is, discuss various masturbation methods and eventually wade through all of comic books released this week and are joined by Professor DC, Reggie and Ryan. Enjoy!

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 51: Not So Christmas Cheer

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 51: Not So Christmas Cheer

Jim and Eric get together the day after Christmas and they are not in a jolly mood.  Maybe they didn’t get the presents they wanted or they are still reeling from last week’s “Dildo Incident”, but they certainly don’t agree much.  Eric gives a sort of update on Stinky Jamie and Jim just wants to end it all.  They do manage to talk about a ton of books and continue being the #hardestworkingguysinpodcasting.  Enjoy! More

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 50: What a Dildo!

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 50: What a Dildo!

It’s Star Wars weekend so Jim and Eric talk…DC Comics.  Yep, they stick with their mission statement and talk about every DC Comics comic book that came out this week.  The podcast may be filled with Superman, Batman, and the Justice League, but Eric’s girlfriend steals the show with her podcast debut and it’s a doozy.  In fact, it literally took Jim’s breath (and ability to speak) away.  We all hope that Eric is still alive and that you all enjoy the show.

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Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 49: Eric’s Birthday Nightmare

Weird Science DC Comics Podcast Ep 49: Eric’s Birthday Nightmare

This episode features a very ill Eric who probably needed (or at least wanted) the week off, but Jim demanded the show go on!  Why?  Because it was Eric’s Birthday this week and the podcast became a celebration of everything Eric. More

WBG Episode 84: A Tail of Rocky “Rocket” Racoon

WeBeGeeksThis week the We Be Geeks guys try to look into the future and see if it’s possible to have too many geeks movies on the horizon, which geek TV shows they think they will like the best this coming fall and talk about the tragic story of Bill Mantlo, creator of Rocket Raccoon. Star Wars expanding at the Disney Theme Parks and more. The We Be Geeks Dark Horse NCBD pick for Aug 13, 2014 is DARK AGES #1.

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Why You Should Be Reading – Forever Evil

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If you’ve been reading, I told you the Trinity War was going to bring about something epic.  The Crime Syndicate has been unleashed and all the major players in the DC Universe are gone, seemingly killed by dark “superheroes” of Earth Three.  In the last Justice League we saw the new Atom revealed as a triple agent named Atomica.  The Justice league thought she was on their side, JLA thought she was working for them, and all the while she was a member of The Syndicate.  Justice League #23 ends with Superman neutralized, a sliver of Kryptonite implanted in his brain, and Cyborg’s systems hacked, turning him into Syndicate member Grid.

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Why You Should Be Reading JLA

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We all learned about the “cold war” in school.  Two opposing forces amassing an arsenal to take the other out, but never using it because each side knew the other had plethora of weapons too.  Sometimes the best weapon is one you never have to use, but everyone feels better knowing you’ve got that card to play when the proverbial  “stuff” hits the fan.

In comic terms, superhero teams have always had an evil super-villian group to match wits against, but in “The New 52”, DC is taking its answer to The Justice League in a different direction.

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Justice League saves the day in new Target TV spot

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Target’s new partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment received a promotional boost this week with the debut of an animated TV commercial for the retail chain featuring the Justice League. In their New 52 costumes, no less. More