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Welcome to Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek related with a focus on comic book adaptations for television and the big screen.

Episode 193 - Señor Juggalo

July 14, 2020

Welcome to Episode 193 of Broadcast Geeks! On this podcast we discuss all things geek and nerd related, provided our DVR’s have space and our Netflix accounts are our own and none others.  This week, the Geeks (Mitch, Jake, Nate Balding, and Matt Orrin) are virtually together to discuss all things geek. 

Nate Balding is in the house, once again!  Actually, he's been at his "house" the whole time, though this time he joined us on our GeekZoom chat.   Taking time from critically acclaimed podcast, Werewolf Radar, he spits out some hot takes on all sorts of topics for your aural delight. 

HBOMax and DCUniverse have an interesting relationship, one that could be thought of as annoying especially if you want DC related content.  At the time of this recording, much was unknown regarding how the two would interact.  HBOMax has a bunch of content that is accessible on DCU, but it doesn't have ALL of the content from DCU.  This means you might still want to pay for the DCU, which is kind of lame.  However, HBOMax just has a lot of stuff from their kid companies so if you need all that stuff, get it.  However, if you're looking for newer, specialized content then think again.

Harley Quinn, which is STILL fantastic, is ONLY accessible on DCU.  It is still really good and second season is coming to an end. Diedrich Bader, voicing Batman, does a wonderful job and has his own episode.  Batman's interaction with Alfred is great!  We talk about Joker, any and all, and Mitch gives us his perspective on the Clown Prince of Comedy.  

We chat about Marvel next, mostly Agents of Shield.   It's near its end and we reminisce about seasons past.  We also talk about their purpose, and the potential paradox of their existence.  Its a good one!


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