We walk out of the theatre, and into the studio, to give our review of 2018's Aquaman!
Starring Jason Mamoa, Nicole Kidman, Amber Heard Willem Defoe, Patrick Wilson, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Dolph-F'ing-Drago-Lungren!
We review Insomniac Studio's Spiderman on PS4 and give our Top 5 Superhero Games of all time.
Spiderman, Playstation, PS4, Insomniac Studios, Superheros, Top 5 Superhero Games, retro gaming
Better late than never, as Emperor Palpatine always says... okay, maybe not. But here it is! Aaron and Stew review the newest film in the Star Wars universe, Solo. Staring Alden Ehrenreich, Joonas Suotamo, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clark, Donald Glover, Paul Bettany, and thank the Maker no Porgs! Directed by Ron Howard.
Stewart rambles about his internal struggles with the all ways that the film differs from the Infinity War comic book, while Aaron retains his pragmatic DC perspective.
The guys discuss the film and what this means for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe, while Pat remains trapped in the phantom zone.
For more Infinity Gauntlet talk, go back and listen to our Infinity Gauntlet Comic review where we discuss the iconic work of Jim Starlin, Ron Lim, and George Perez.
Pat and Aaron go Stewless today, and breakdown Black Panther, Marvel's smash MCU hit, and Netflix's Fullmetal Alchemist adaption. Which one will be the better of the two? Listen to find out!
The dynamic trio dive deep into the first season of Batman the TV show from 1966. Adam West was the first Batman for the guys at GFU, as he was for many others. But does the show still hold up? Is it as good as they remember? Will it crash and burn? Find out on the same GFU time, same GFU channel!
Batman '66 starting Adam West, Burt Ward, Cesar Romero, Burgess Meredith, Alan Napier, and Frank Gorshin.
The three lost sons of Krypton read and share their opinions of the standout Superman comics; Red Son and For Tomorrow.
GFU Ranks the best of 2017 in TV, Movies, Games, Anime, and Comics. Happy New Year!!!
Star Wars The Last Jedi is here! Join the guys as they give their thoughts and Pat's everlasting love for all things Porg! The Last Jedi, staring Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, and Oscar Isaac. Directed by Rian Johnson.
Aaron, Pat, and Stew suit up and dive right into the latest DCU film, Justice League (2017). Staring Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Gal Gadot, Ezra Miller, Jason Momoa, and Ray Fisher. Directed by Zach Snyder (and Joss Whedon).
Full of more spoilers than a Mother Box can hold!
Two man enter, one man leaves. oh wait, wrong movie... The guys are not reviewing Mad Max Thunderdome but Mad Thor Hulkdome! Sit back as the crew goes over Thor: Ragnarok, starting Chris Hemsworth, Tom Hiddleston, Cate Blanchett, Idris Elba, Jeff Goldblum, Mark Ruffalo, and Tessa Thompson. Directed by Taika Waititi.
The GFU crew give their thoughts on Blade Runner 2049 (2017), Staring Harrison Ford, Ryan Gosling, Robin Wright, and Jared Leto. Directed by Denis Villeneuve.
In this episode, Netflix is looked at at not being the beast it once was. The gang sits down to discuss its newest additions such as Death Note and Marvel's The Defenders. And as always, the guys always go over some geek stuff...
Welcome to the fifth dimension and join in for a hour of nonsense followed by a hour of the guys going over the top 20 (19) episodes of the seminole classic television show The Twilight Zone, created by Rod Serling, as voted on by the internets.
On this episode, Pat's topic is discussed as the guys go over Valerian; in it's comic, film, and anime forms. Some Comic-Con news is also discussed.
Twilight Zone topic watch list:
Season 1-Episodes: 1, 5, 7, 8, 16, 22, and 34
Season 2-Episodes: 6, 7, 15, 17, and 28
Season 3-Episodes: 8, 14, and 24
Season 5-Episodes: 3, 6, 25, and 26
The boys are back in town. After some Summer shenanigans, the guys are finally back together to discuss the DC Comics series "The Dark Knight III: The Master Race" and from Image Comics "Reborn". To end off the way too long cast, Spider-Man: Homecoming gets its brief spot in the sun.
In this special E.T. Extravaganza we review, what is commonly referred to as "The Worst Game Ever Made", E.T. The Extra Terrestrial for the Atari 2600.
We also review the Documentary covering the larger than life myth of the game, and its impact on the crash of the gaming industry "Atari: Game Over" (2014) Directed by Zack Penn.
Finally a review the movie that started it all, Steven Spielberg's, 1982 classic "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial. The movie so nice, they named it twice.
And then just for giggles we discuss cult 8-bit animated series "Code Monkeys" from G4TV, created by Adam De La Pena. In which a certain episode lampoons the circumstances of the creation of the legendarily bad game.
With the GFU holy trinity reunited, the guys dive into the newest blockbuster film in the DCU, Wonder Woman, staring Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Danny Huston, and Robin Wright. Directed by Patty Jenkins.
Stew and Aaron go Patless in this episode and together discuss the newest movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, staring Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Bradley Cooper, Michael Rooker, and Kurt Russell. Directed by James Gunn.
The gang sits downs to review both the Mass Effect Andromeda game published by BioWare Studios, as well as discuss this Month's book club assignment, the Mass Effect Omnibus Vol. 1 comic book published by Dark Horse Comics.
On this episode, the guys give their thoughts and impressions on the classic manga and anime film adaption of Ghost in the Shell (2017), staring Scarlet Johansson, Pilou Asbaek, Takeshi Kitano, and Michael Pitt; directed by Rupert Sanders, and what the outcome could mean for the future of anime and Sci-Fi based movies.
Aaron also has Pat and Stew watch the trailers for Star Wars: The Last Jedi and Thor: Ragnarok, since they were the only two people on the planet not to have seen them. Stewart also relives a dramatic past Disneyland road trip.
Join us as we deep dive into major "Motoko Kusanagi" spoilers... get it?
The three space cowboys of Geek Force Ultra sit down to review this month's assignment, the 1998 classic Anime 'Cowboy Bebop' and the 2001 similarly titled 'Cowboy Bebop: The Movie' aka Knockin' on Heaven's Door.
SPOILERS abound as we talk favorite episodes, trivia, fan theories, and everyone's favorite characters aboard the Bebop: Spike Spiegel, Jet Black, Faye Valentine, Edward & Ein.
See you there Space Cowboys!
On today's show, the guys cover their last month in the geek world and a bit of news.
Aaron and Pat also go over the respected games they have been playing, the PlayStation 4 exclusive Horizon Zero Dawn and the latest expansion of Nintendo's award winning series, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Will Aaron and Pat be able to convince Stewart to purchase one of these consoles for just one game?!
Join GFU for this very special Bonus episode!
In honor of Richard "Apollo" Hatch, the guys talk about the original BSG show in this one of a kind, never to reappear test episode blast from the past! Pat and Aaron also take a dip in the "Felgercarb" filled sequel show, Galactica 1980.
40 year old spoilers are inbound!
We take a break from our regularly scheduled Geek Book-Club assignments to bring you a very special GFU-at-The-Movies. Marvel's "Logan".
We review the 2017 sepia-toned action thriller "Logan" starring Hugh Jackman in his swan song performance of the surly Canadian Wolverine. Also starring Patrick Stewart and Dafne Keene. Directed by James Mangold.
In a SPOILER filled podcast we discuss X-23, "Clogan", and the differences between kid friendly Wolverine, and R-Rated Wolverine.