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    • TV & Film
    • 4.8 • 26 Ratings

We bring you interviews from talented people in all mediums of entertainment including your favorite movies/TV, anime, and comics as well as coverage of some of our favorite pop culture events and conventions!

    Mike Sizemore educates us about Greek Mythology in Fetch Book Two: The Rescue

    Mike Sizemore educates us about Greek Mythology in Fetch Book Two: The Rescue

    John Carpenter Presents Storm Kids recently announced the second graphic novel in the Fetch series, titled Fetch Book Two: The Rescue. The graphic novel introduces young readers to the world of Greek mythology.
    Fetch Book Two: The Rescue is written by Mike Sizemore, with art by Dave Kennedy and is slated to arrive everywhere books are sold this May.
    We had the opportunity to speak with Mike Sizemore about the upcoming volume of his graphic novel series and touch a bit on how our protagonists have ventured into the next chapter of the YA graphic novel.
    Be part of the rescue this May!

    • 40 min
    Calvin McCarthy helps us learn how to Beware of the Boogeyman

    Calvin McCarthy helps us learn how to Beware of the Boogeyman

    Breaking Glass Pictures recently released Beware of the Boogeyman, a psychological thriller written and directed by the talented Calvin Morie McCarthy.
    In the film, Dr. Tristian MacKenzie begins her orientation at the Silverdale Psychiatric Hospital for the criminally insane. There, she encounters Dr. Moon, a mysterious figure who unveils a series of peculiar cases involving five patients and their common delusion: THE BOOGEYMAN.
    We had the opportunity to speak with director Calvin McCarthy about his maniacally crafted thriller that delves into the darkest corners of the human mind.
    The film is available now. Enter if you dare!

    • 31 min
    Dennis Hopeless Chats About His Comixology Original Mini-Series She’s Running on Fumes.

    Dennis Hopeless Chats About His Comixology Original Mini-Series She’s Running on Fumes.

    Geek Network sits down with Dennis Hopeless to talk about his mini-series She’s Running on Fumes., which is based on true events. Events about his family and his past, a story that is a real page-turner that will make you give you a bit more anxiety as you read panel after panel.

    We discussed what the creative process for this type was. Dennis said that a lot of his life was just getting bits and pieces of what truly happened. So he spoke to his mother throughout the entire writing process and got the whole story. He also did have to add that the entire process was very cathartic. In the end, it did help him heal.

    To find out more, the first two issues of this mini-series are out now, and you can find them on Amazon.

    • 36 min
    The Mad Caps: Ray Jamison Talks D&D Campaign Turned Into A Comic Series.

    The Mad Caps: Ray Jamison Talks D&D Campaign Turned Into A Comic Series.

    Geek Network had the opportunity to speak to Ray Jamison about his mini-series The Mad Caps. The Mad Caps is based on an original tabletop homebrew D&D campaign. One that Raymond Jamison created himself.

    The story has amazing and captivating art to keep the reader highly involved in the story but not only that, the story does hit you in the heart. Without giving away too much it ties into real-life situations especially when it comes to playing D&D.

    It’s about the nostalgia and also the difficult times of trying to get your crew together and how your timelines don’t align making scheduling hard. These characters are humanized because they have their time to shine and all stand out in one way or another. You can find The Madcaps #1 on Kickstarter right now!

    • 50 min
    Mac Sabbath: The Masters of "Drive Thru Metal"

    Mac Sabbath: The Masters of "Drive Thru Metal"

    Geek Network recently ventured to the Rialto in Tucson, AZ, to experience another mesmerizing performance by one of their favorites, Mac Sabbath. This time, they were joined by the all-grrrrl rock group, The Darts.

    Hailing from Los Angeles, California, Mac Sabbath is a heavy metal tribute band that emerged in 2014. Dubbed the pioneers of "Drive Thru Metal," the band humorously parodies the style of the heavy metal group Black Sabbath, infusing their lyricism and imagery with fast food motifs.

    Geek Network had the privilege of conducting a backstage interview with Mike Odd of Mac Sabbath.

    • 22 min
    The Darts: Garagerock Noise and Giant Slumber-Parties

    The Darts: Garagerock Noise and Giant Slumber-Parties

    Geek Network recently ventured to the Rialto in Tucson, AZ, to experience another mesmerizing performance by one of their favorites, Mac Sabbath. This time, they were joined by the all-grrrrl rock group, The Darts.
    Formed in 2016, The Darts set out with the singular goal of uniting four women to create exceptional garagerock noise, explore the world, and revel in nightly giant slumber-party vibes.
    Geek Network had the privilege of conducting a backstage interview with The Darts' Nicole Laurenne.

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
26 Ratings

26 Ratings

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An Extraordinary League of Podcasters!

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Great show for Bern Outs

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