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On our last episode, Miranda chats with Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man and X-Men Red scribe Tom Taylor at the opening night of Marvel: Journey of Heroes, an exhibition commemorating 80 years of Marvel Comics, free to view at Melbourne Central; Miranda, Bailey and intern Will revel in the 80s goodness while reviewing season 3 of Stranger Things; and the team talk trailers with new offerings from Disney’s Mulan and Maleficent – Mistress of Evil.
Featuring music from Styx and Chloe x Halle.
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Have you ever wanted to be a Power Ranger? If you’re like me, then probably.
Which is why you should pick up this book.
New from Green Ronin Publishing comes the SUPERTEAM HANDBOOK, featuring my own contribution, the sentai-inspired MAGNA FORCE!
There’s also a ton of great contributions in there from other authors, whom I whole-heartedly recommend.
Do yourself a favour, click the link, and nab a copy!
Tune in to Geeks Out, Tuesday nights at 8pm on Joy 94.9!
Last show, Clayton and Keiran covered the lesser hyped science fiction film, High Rise, starring Robert Patterson and Juliet Binochet, before having a chat about the latest trailers for the Jumanji sequel, and familial horror romp Ready or Not.
Then Keiran brought us the latest news from the world of anime covering Attack on Titan, Sailor Moon Eternal, One Piece: Stampede, and Neon Genesis Evangelion‘s release on Netflix.
Plus, Clayton and Keiran delivered their take on the first MCU film following Avengers: Endgame – Spider-Man: Far From Home.
Featuring music from Good Omens‘ Chattering order of St Beryl.
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Tune in to Geeks Out, Tuesdays at 8pm on Joy for the latest in sci-fi, fantasy, horror and pop culture.
On our last episode, Miranda reviews the latest from The Conjuring universe with Annabelle Comes Home; we play JJ’s review of the all new 2019 revamp of Child’s Play; and the team teases apart the latest season of Black Mirror on Netflix, with a special focus on the gender and sexuality issues in the episode ‘Striking Vipers’.
Featuring music from Blue Oyster Cult and Talking Heads.
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It seems that every time I open my laptop there’s another take on Israel Folau.
“Who?” you ask, and I forgive you, because it’s an Australian story, and not all of you live in Australia.
For those of you not in the know, Israel Folau is a professional rugby union player whose 2019 contract was terminated after expressing negative comments toward same-sex attracted and gender variant communities.
Folau, in typical fashion, has taken the matter up with the Fair Work Commission, claiming that he was discriminated against on the basis of his religion.
Let’s tease that apart, shall we? Because the story is in the telling. Continue reading “BLOG: Religious Freedom, Freer than the Rest”
This past week on Geeks Out – Clayton shares his thoughts on the latest star-studded cinematic installment of ‘Toy Story 4’; The team ponder what the future might hold in the upcoming sequel to ‘The Shining’ in ‘Doctor Sleep’; And finally offer up a review of the intergalactic ‘Men In Black: International’ featuring ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ leads Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson.
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Join the Geeks Out team as we bring you highlights from last weekend’s Oz Comic Con, including (but certainly not limited to) Miranda’s interview with comic book scribe Tom Taylor, author of books such as Injustice: Gods Among Us, DCeased, X-Men Red, and Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man.
Plus, we bring you a whole lot of reviews, including the television adaption of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens; the Xavier school’s latest and possibly final outing in X-Men: Dark Phoenix; solid sci-fi drama with Netflix’s I Am Mother; and the goofy weirdness that is the animated crossover of Batman vs Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Featuring Miley Cyrus as Black Mirror’s Ashley O performing Nine Inch Nails’ Head Like A Hole.
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Every Tuesday evening at 8pm (+11GMT) you can hear me as part of the Geeks Out team, talking pop-culture, sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, on Australia’s only LGBTI radio station, Joy 94.9.
Check out the latest as I chat to DC Comics artist extraordinaire Nicola Scott and indie comics creator Mitch Collins on the week leading up to Oz Comic Con.
Plus, my cohost Clayton and I give our thoughts on Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
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Friends, I’ve been a very naughty girl.
Between issues of Glimmer Girl I’ve been writing fan fiction: specifically a monthly Wonder Woman title as part of a fan site, DC Omega.
You should absolutely head over, enjoy the series, and NOT contribute to my Patreon. Why? Because the characters don’t belong to me, and it would be wrong to profit from it. This is just for fun!
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For Diana, former Princess of the Amazons, the appraisal of others had long been custom. As a child, the only of her kind among grown women, her mere existence attracted the attention of sister and stranger alike. They watched with a vested interest as she grew from a babe to a girl, and to a young woman. So familiar was she with their interest that it fell from her notice; at least until she locked eyes with a shy voyeur.
She smiled a friendly smile, as did the young man who averted his gaze. To be regarded by an unfamiliar sex remained a novelty. Though time would surely dull that notion, Diana remained certain of surprises yet to come, for good and for ill.
Read more at DC Omega…
Some of you may not understand when I say that no matter the quality of the films that in my eyes the Avengers series is one of the greatest cinematic marvels (LOL) that I have ever experienced.
It’s not a sentiment everyone agrees with, and that’s fine. Casual work friend Matt certainly didn’t agree when he made his feelings known; that one superhero film is the same as another, and that what he considers art has been bled dry from modern film making.
Okay. Cool. Agree to disagree.
But what cannot be argued is that these films have struck a chord, and that the masses enjoy them for a reason. Part of what makes any work great is that it meets the audience halfway. It could be argued that what an audience brings to a film is equally important as what the film delivers in order to convey its message.
I can’t speak for everyone else. All I have is my own meandering experience, and my experience is that of a former fifteen year old child delving into comic books for the first time.
Continue reading “BLOG: From an ‘Avengers’ Fangirl…”