Join us as we share tales of our adventures and shenanigans as lady geeks! It's not easy some times, you know, especially when you have to act like a creepy fangirl at a convention. We like stuff such as movies, comic books, Batman, Star Wars, fantasy, sci fi, Battlestar Galactica and... other... nerd stuff (not Twilight). Give us a listen as we try and entertain you with our sordid girl stories. You know you want it.
Ep. 327 Final Valhalla
The podcast has ran it’s natural course and has come to an end. Here is a quick goodbye from the Space Pirate Queen!
Ep. 326 A Show Full of Super Girls
Supergirl is a show full of kick ass women and we appreciate each one of them (almost all of them). Spoiler alert!
Ep. 325 Oscars so Female
The Lady Geeks ponder this new “remake-but-not-live-action-remake” of The Lion King and this year’s Oscars’ nominations.
Ep. 324 Romero. All the Time.
Norma Bates would have been a badass if Norman didn’t ruin her life! We discuss The Bates Motel television show and the intricacies of the Bates downfall. Spoiler alert!
Ep. 323 Satan is Woke
J.K. Rowling continues to be the hero we all need, while Scarlett Johansson continues to be a dud.
ep. 322 DefectiveGeeks!!! On Ice
Fortune Cookie, Gizzy B and the SPQ are united under one anime series… which is very rare! Listen as we fangirl and delve into the world of Yuri!!! On Ice, boy love and sports anime.
Good podcast but...
Saw these girls at a booth at Comikaze 2015 and give them a listen. Their stories and topics are a treat and can't wait to hear more its just the audio quality needs some work
Get your geek on!
If you're not listening to the Defective Geeks, you're missing out on the best eargasm you could possibly have.
Oh darn, I have to write ANOTHER rave review
Shame on iTunes for messing with this podcast's page. Well I guess I should just jump in and reiterate how much I enjoy this show. I'm a big fan of Kevin Smith's SIR network and recently jumped on the Joe Rogan Experience. That's a lot of podcast if you didn't know. But I gladly make time for Defective Geeks and actually try to stay current while I stockpile other podcasts. They are my favorite because they are funny, personable and discuss a wide range of geekdom. More than that, I've really felt better about calling myself a geek since listening to them. With the pressure today that you know everything about your given geek interest or be cast out as a big F-A-K-E, it’s intimidating as all hell to mention a comic you read or that you love Firefly because you might be quizzed by some stranger out to prove you wrong. Never get that sense from the Defective Geeks. Not the first time I've mentioned this important fact. Guess I'm still pleasantly surprised to have found the podcast. Best of luck and you've got a big, hopefully-only-slightly-creepy-in-her-ramblings fan on this end. THANKS!