Geek in the City

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

Geek in the City Radio Issue 103

Greetings Programs, this is one hell of a packed show. 5 members of GeekintheCity Radio bring the chaos. Kaebel recounts tales of Emerald City Comic Con. Aaron’s does a double box pulling with Batman, Inc. #3 and Venom #1, but only gets to one cause he can’t talk. Scott takes a deeper look into Deep Throat with Dally Demands. Dan creates the most awkward segue of all time. And, Pwn Tony himself brings the first live segment of Fun with Race. All that, and predictions of bowling glory as Team GeekintheCity prepare for the Pajama Bowl this Sunday at 11AM at Big Al’s in Beaverton; graciously sponsored by Shadowline Comics and Jim Valentino. Hide the ninos, it’s one of those shows!

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Geek in the City Radio Issue 100

That’s right fair listeners, Issue 100 of GeekintheCity Radio! Everything you’ve come to expect and/or dread is in this horribly Non Politically Correct issue. Joined by Kielen King, Bobby Roberts, and Kaebel Hashitani; Aaron, Scott, and Dan reflect on the past 100 issues… And a few before. But not just rambling this issue. Scott sits down with filmmaker Tom Shadyacto talk about his new documentary I Am, while Dan has a chat with Grant Knutson, the mad genius behind the Portland Mini Fringe Film Festival. Plus, listen for your chance at winning weekend passes to the Fringe Film Festival, as well as passes to the Portland International Film Festival and their newest feature PIFF After Midnight. All that, plus Pulling From Aaron’s Box and a new segment from the soon to hit Stumptown – Kielen King! Whew, 100 episodes. We’re sorry, and thank you!

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Geek in the City Radio Issue 63

Okay, so that really isn’t the point of the issue, but when you make a joke… You run with it. In this issue of GeekintheCity Radio, Aaron and Scott talk about Iron Man II. Both liked it, but one of them starts to like it less the more they talk about it…And Dan Clark yells at Aaron from afar. Then, a very special guest. The return of the one and only Clyde Lewis of Ground Zero Media! Find out how you can learn the identity of the Anti-Christ AND how to get Alien Grey stains out of your couch. Plus, a pre-historic Box Pulling and the start of some glorious viral marketing! Only on GeekintheCity Radio.

Remember – May 19th is Avengers Day – Don’t miss out on your chance to meet Brian Michael Bendis and Jeff Parker at the Hollywood TFAW.

Don’t forget – May 22nd – The AC/DC God Show – Get tickets HERE

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Forget the New, Secret, or Mighty Avengers…

…These be the Masked Avengers! Brought to you by Dan with the Grindhouse Film Festival!

This Wednesday night at 7:30 at the Hollywood Theatre (just across the street from this awesome place), don’t miss the next movie in the Revenge of the Old School Kung Fu Masters series: MASKED AVENGERS!  Some guy on imdb calls this movie “the stone coldest flick I’ve ever seen!”  It’s a perfect endorsement. This is the team that inspired Brian Michael Bendis to make Luke Cage a badass again!*

MASKED AVENGERS (1981) The Venom Mob is back!  A gang of blood-drinking kung fu villains wear wicked devil masks and kill at will.  A group of heroes set out to stop them, and are catapulted into vicious kung fu mayhem.  The gang takes up residence in a booby-trapped laden temple that sets the stage for a series of bloody battles and gruesome impalements.  The funkdafied kung fu showdown is guaranteed to melt your brain out of your skull.

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*Okay, totally made that up – But who cares, this movie is truly epic and we demand you all watch it!

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Geek in the City Radio Issue 59 – The Blazers, The Runaways, & Howard the Duck!

Some old school fun as Aaron and Scott talk about their weekends and how the Blazers will (hopefully) not choke in a few days and how Aaron can turn any wedding into an episode of Star Trek and/or D&D adventure. Then, GeekintheCity Radio Pulls From Aaron’s Box with issue 1 of Marvel Zombies 5. Next, Scott interviews the legendary Cherie Currie and talks about the new Runaways film as well as her book Neon Angel. Finally, Aaron and Scott bring… well, actually, that’s about it. Trust us, still a damn packed show! Only on GeekintheCity Radio.

This weeks musical breaks (returning)

George R.R. Martin Is Not Your BitchJohn Anealio (inspired by Neil Gaimen)

Cherry Bomb (live in Japan, 1977)The Runaways

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