Geekly Roundup, May 10th Edition: Superheroic Mother’s Day!



This week on Geekly Roundup, Mark, Jon and Mike discuss 3D printed D&D
Monsters, which turns into a discussion about why Fantasy doesn’t seem
to be able to break through to the mainstream. Then they discuss a
hacker getting banned in Guild Wars 2
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which turns into a discussion on continuing to consume media you hate,
and why we do that. THEN they discuss Agent Carter’s return, which turns
into a discussion on the availability of TV, piracy, and binge-watching
vs experiencing TV week by week! It’s a world of fascinating tangents
this week!

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Geekly Roundup, April 25th: Playing Games With Your Heart Edition

While we don’t have a podcast this week, we’ve got some fun things, some exciting things, and some strange and unusual things to bring you in this week’s Geekly Roundup!

First, though, a serious note: our hearts go out to those suffering from the devastating earthquake in Nepal and the families of the over 1,800 killed by the tragedy. If you want to provide help, both CNN and Mashable have put together lists of reputable charities working to render aid. Forgoing one comic, app, piece of DLC, collectible, or beverage this week will absolutely be worth it for someone in desperate need right now.

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Geekly Roundup, April 19th: All the Movies Edition

On this week’s Geekly Roundup, Mark, Lauren, and Jim tackle the possibility of a Sailor Moon video game, round up some of the latest news in movies including Wonder Woman and Star Wars, and discuss the animated insanity that is Ethan Nicolle’s masterful Axe Copcheck it out for yourself and pair it with the lovely selection of links below!

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Geekly Roundup April 12th: Movies and Dicks Edition

Welcome back to the Geekly Roundup, your source of all the fun, interesting, and poignant news we’ve collected that didn’t make it into an article this week! We’ve got ancient remedies, dick pics, awesome new casting and more!

In today’s round up, Lauren, Ben and Mark talk about Medieval remedies for modern, drug-resistant infections, as well as Marvel’s tearful goodbye to DC as DC says goodbye to New York city. Then the group discusses recent controversies in Final Fantasy and the Hugo Awards.

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Geekly Roundup, March 22nd: Crisis On Infinite Reboots Edition

Welcome back to the Geekly Roundup, your source of all the fun, interesting, and poignant news we’ve collected that didn’t make it into an article this week!  We’ve got world-famous D&D sessions, World-Wide-Web tributes to a beloved author, underrepresentation in urban fantasy, and more.

This week on the Geekly Roundup Podcast, Mark, Mike, and Ben discuss the lack of a Dredd sequel, Tommy Wiseau and James Franco, and tackle the delicate topic of rebooting comic characters in an excellent discussion that we hope you enjoy as much as we did!

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Geekly Roundup, March 15th

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A new week brings a brand-new Roundup! On the Geekly Roundup Podcast this week, Mike, Mark, and Synthia discuss DC’s new costumes for Superman and Wonder Woman, Blizzard’s Heroes of the Dorm, and Magic: the Gathering’s latest expansion, Dragons of Tarkir.  Have a listen and peruse below our first-ever Wheaton-free roundup! (We’re hoping this isn’t a trend.)
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Geekly Roundup, March 8th

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We’re back with a new (meaning our second ever) Geekly Roundup!

If you haven’t already seen it, check out our new companion Geekly Roundup Podcast!  This week, Mark, Mike, and Ben take on some of the news found in the Roundup, as well as the upcoming Marvel Netflix series, and some thoughts on how indie game development is changing the way games come to market.

This week we’ve got news about everything from No Man’s Sky to Pitch Perfect to the recent news about Maxis Emeryville — and yes, there’s even more Wil Wheaton.  No Roundup is apparently complete without Wil Wheaton.

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