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Geek in the City

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Mixing pop culture news, reviews, and socially biting commentary with mildly amusing entertainment.

Greetings Programs! This week, we’re paid a visit from noted ex-NASA scientist Dr. Hans Zarkov and NY Jets legend Flash Gordon! They pop in to talk about the 3rd annual production of Flash Ah-Ahhh!! starting December 8 at the Alberta Abbey in NE Portland. Get your tickets now for this limited run production of awesom

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Greetings Programs. In this issue, the gang is joined by the amazing Jenn as she reviews Marvel Crochet and helps you bring stuffed geeky goodness to life. But first, amazing gifts and thanks are both received and given. Then, Kaebel praises the greatness that is the new Lego Batman mini-fig line, and we all nerd out over p

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, Aaron returns and immediately makes a technical error. But then there is some chat on traveling to Japan and how they see the casting in Ghost in the Shell. Then, some more lovely listener emails (and please send yours to gitcradio@gmail.com), along with review of Vampire Hunter D - Letter

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Greetings Programs. In this issue, Denise and Kaebel bring a great show without Aaron yammering away all the time! They delve into a review of Doctor Strange and run the gamut from pure enjoyment to the potential social comments. Mixed in with a conversation about movie tastes that evolve and comics that get a second chance

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, Kaebel makes his triumphant return to the show. And we immediately delve into the issues of the day. But fear not, the nerdery returns as we discuss DC on the CW. Then, random thoughts on music to a travel to Deep Space Nine and The Waltz between Dukat & Sisko. And finally, we begin o

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Greetings Programs! With the crew all busy with Halloween fun, we wanted to get together and make some creepy (and nerdy) fun for you. Grab a brew, pop some corn, and take in Sam Neill and his screaming! Brought to you by Guardian Games – Asylum – Bridge City Comics – Geek in the City […]

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Greetings Programs. In this issue, the gang opens with random questions from the live chat and then delve into horror flicks you should watch this month. Next, they're joined by Sarah Gulde to talk about her amazing event Nerd Camp, happening Friday 10/21 & Saturday 10/22 (Tickets at Hold My Ticket or at the door) - Wi

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It's a guest packed show this week as the crew is first visited by Jenn & Liz to talk Rebel Craft Rumble happening 10/13/16 at the Hollywood Theatre to benefit SCRAP. Then, we're paid a visit by The Ornery to provide some rock for a good cause. And then, Aaron & Denise (with Kaebel in spirit) review the Malice roo

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, we're joined by the legendary Mike Russell to talk about his new mini-comic: The Un-Inventor and his show at Sequential Art Gallery this month. Then, Aaron & Denise delve deep in Luke Cage without spoilers. And a trip to Terakation has your Cordially Invited for Klingon love. All that

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Greetings Programs! It's an all two-fer issue as we review not one but two comics, with some Army of Darkness & Xena #1 and the debut of Josie and the Pussycats #1. Then, a double-dip into Terakation as Bean Favors the Bold and sees a Sacrifice of Angels. All that, October show plans, chatting on horror into Stranger T

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Greetings Programs, in this issue the opening & title makes no sense. But, the crew gush over Pandemic: Reign of Cthlulhu so much it messes with the beginning of the show. Later, an attempt to analyze and be honest about cultural appreciation versus appropriation in society. Then, Bean Favors the Bold on Terakation. But

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Greetings Programs! This week, the gang is feeling the crud of a weekend of cons and events. But, spirits are lifted with gifts from DragonCon. Then, Bean & Aaron chat with Gail Simone, Andrew of Labyrinth Escape Games, and Chris Roberson. Next, Kaebel gives a field report of the Star Trek Exhibit at the EMP, and an em

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, we're joined by Angela of the Doubleclicks and her Padaw... Er, friend and equally awesome musician Lucia Fasano to talk about Lucia's newest album and the Doubleclick's new record label! It's about the most charming the show has ever been. Then, the crew has a chat about Night's Dominion

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In this issue, the crew has a serious and somewhat tangent laced conversation on Geek Entitlement. Why it's dangerous and dumb. And, why an artist owes you nothing! Then, a double-header of Terakation as Denise delves into A Call to Arms and Rocks and Shoals. But before all that, things start off weird with a trip to Casual

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, we're joined by the PDX Broadsides to talk about nerd music, their new album Something's Rotten, and it's world debut this Saturday at the TARDIS Room in Portland, OR! But first, Terakation takes Denise into A Call to Arms. But first, first... Aaron loses it over tech issues and Kaebel tri

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, they're back to free-form nerding. First, a shot talk on the new Star Trek teaser. Then, some thoughtful comments on the Bechdel Test Burlesque (yeah, kinda' late, but still good). Followed by some deep thoughts on the new Buckaroo Banzai from Kevin Smith. And finally, a return to Tank Gir

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Greetings Programs! In this fantastic issue, the gang sits down with writer Greg Rucka to talk Wonder Woman, Lazarus, and a little thing called Star Wars. All while delving into writing challenges and being a steward of cultural icons. And in between the fun and jokes, we get a little serious on sexism and ugliness that sti

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Greetings Programs! This week, the crew sits down with performer Sophie Maltease to talk about her show - Bechdel Test Burlesque happening April 30 at the Funhouse Lounge. And, how social issues can be expressed through burlesque performance. Then, a new installment of Just Be Better... Please talks about being an ally and

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Sorry. Anyway. Greetings Programs! In this issue, as the awkward headline suggests, we're joined by Benja Barker as he chats about his involvement with The Northwest Horn Orchestra and their 10th Anniversary performance 4/21 at the Alberta Rose Theater. Also, Chris Waffle of Portland's newest awesome nerd band Megathruster

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In this issue, things get a little serious as Kaebel, Bean, and Aaron have a discussion on sexism within gaming and how to help stop it. (Read this for more info). Then, some serious love for The Fix by Image Comics and a strong shout out to Heartthrob from Oni Press. Denise faces the Apocalypse Rising on Terakation. But f

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, the gang gives you a Best Of because Aaron is getting his Star Trek music nerd on. But, it's a killer one as we go back to the three most requested interviews of all time. First, we chat with the folks behind Star Trek Axanar. Then, Richard Hatch joins us from the 13 Tribes of Kobol to dro

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, the gang is joined by Steve Coker of Stageworks Ink to talk about The Three Amigos - Live (enter promo code GIDDYUP at checkout) opening this week at the Clinton Street Theater and why you should be there. Then, Bean, Kaebel, and Aaron explain why World's Finest is everything Batman v Supe

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In this issue, the gang starts with Dina Meyer and Starship Troopers and somehow roll into time travel. Then a chat on Daredevil Season 2 leads to how the US treats veterans. And finally, they all do what nerds do and weigh in on a superhero movie none of them have seen. All that and loving on Supergirl!

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, the rails come off almost immediately and without mercy. But, all is saved and righted when Kaebel joins with Steven Sunu of St?la Comics to talk about a new and exciting way to enjoy comics. And then, Denise explores Jem'hadar honor with To the Death on Terakation and Aaron shamelessly p

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Greetings Programs. With Bean on assignment, Aaron & Kaebel welcome Jessica Hebert of the PDX Broadsides to talk about their new show on Pi Day at Red Castle Games, and they upcoming album. Plus, Aaron & Jess finally have their civil debate on fixing Star Trek Voyager. Then, the crew delve into why they're jazzed

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Greetings Programs! In this action-packed issue, the gang delves into a less than generous comic review, but does their best to find the silver lining. Then, a serious visit to Terakation as they explore the ethics of Hard Time. And finally, a chat about 1st Thursday at Sequential Arts Gallery with Ethan Slayton's art from

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, the crew shares their love of Deadpool and why it works for fans and non-fans. Then, we wrap up Women in Horror with a discussion of what we’d like to see in the future and how to break tropes and cliches to help the genre. Finally, a rather heated comic […]

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, the gang's joined by Elisabeth Allie to chat it up over GeekCraft Expo coming to Portland and why you need to attend (or table), which naturally evolves into a conversation about Highlander. Ahem. Then, more Women in Horror month as they delve deep into The Descent, followed by a Terakatio

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Greetings Programs! We go deep nerd this week as the gang visits Central City, National City, and the Time Stream. Then, with news of Bryan Fuller helming the new Star Trek, Aaron, Bean, and Kaebel design their ideal Trek show... And Aaron maybe cheats. Finally, more Women in Horror Month talk as they review the 1990, er...

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Greetings Programs! In this issue, everyone gets fired up over Portlands Creative Community. Then, they calm down to kick off Women in Horror Month with a sampling of movies you should watch and they pick a film to review next week. Then, Terakation has a Return to Grace and the morality of Gul Dukat, followed by feminism i

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