Check out Bert’s review of Transformers Prime Beast Hunters Optimus Prime, a Voyager class figure.
Marc With a C returns to “the journey”. Said journey is a trip through his record collection in alphabetical order, and he plays you some highlights. In the time that this episode was recorded, Marc was checking out the “Bu” through “Ca” portion.
A relatively eclectic episode where Marc talks about 8-Tracks, a mysterious David Byrne album, and offers up a surprising admission about Captain Beefheart. Are you ready? We’re congregating now!
Oh you din’t know…well Mike and Marty are here to tell you. The guys talk about the launch of the WWE Network. NBC is bringing Heroes back, Adam Driver announced as the villian of Star Wars Episode VII. Want the bonus features of Thor: The Dark World (aka Loki 2) then be prepared to shop around, all this and more. Subscribe today on iTunes and Stitcher and leave a review. Leave a voice mail for your official voice of the Geek Revolution at 321-219-8227. Email us at show (at) webegeeks dot net with any news, questions or comments.
On this episode of Slacker And The Man the guys discuss The Man having his phone stolen, going to the Florida Strawberry Festival, going to a Colt Ford concert, review American Hustle, STF talks about upcoming Guardians Of The Galaxy collectibles in Toy Time, FNG debuts his new segment, a caller talks about his porn habits, they reveal some new guests for Away Mission and reveal some of their panel plans for the convention, and Lambo gets FNG to make a prank call to a wannabe rapper.
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“I wanna be the very best…”
Those words can start a riot of song at a convention. The Pokemon theme is among the most recognized cartoon themes of all time. If you were a child of the late nineties when the games and anime came out you know all about it. The series has been airing in Japan since 1997 and came over to the US in 1998.
Sixteen years and numerous training partners later, Ash and his friends take on a new adventure: revisiting our childhoods from the region of Netflix. The popular anime has finally made its way to the video streaming service. The first season, several of the movies, and the most recent season featuring generation 5 Pokemon are now up for viewing.
Reliving the adventures of Ash, Misty, Brock and Team Rocket brings back a lot of memories. I was 12 when the anime debuted, so I was right in the target demographics when the Pokemon craze took over. I spent a lot of allowance money on the craze. Games, toys, cards, and other things. I’ve kept up with the games and recently finished Pokemon X. It’s fun going back and watching a show that was a big part of my childhood. Although, my productivity over the next few weeks might be a lot lower than normal.
The Time has come! The party has found the mysterious Madman who attacked the temple, a man known as The Penultimate Warrior, master of Destrucity! What dose he have in store for our heroes? Find out on this episode of Critical Botch!
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The Road To Wrestlemania takes one final stop on PPV before the big dance. With over a month before Wrestlemania, The Elimination Chamber was primed to determine the World Champion heading into the biggest wrestling event of the year.
The opening contest saw Big E defend his Intercontinental Championship against Jack Swagger. The two big men went back and forth. The match was nothing special, and Big E hits the Big Ending on Swagger for the win and successfully defends his title. A decent opener for the show.
Match number 2 featured another title match. The New Age Outlaws defended the Tag Team Championship against The Usos. The two teams nave put together a decent feud so far. The end saw The Outlaws retain the belts. Hopefully this feud will continue into a match at Wrestlemania where The Usos can capitalize on their overness and get a feel good title win.
The third match of the night saw former tag team Titus O’Neil and Darren Young face off. This was kind of a boring match. The crowd let out a few chants such as “We Want Lesnar” and other things to show they were not into this one. Titus get the pin and the win to keep momentum going for his heel turn. I’m not a big fan of either of these guys. Nothing special here.
The next match was in my opinion, match of the night. The six man tag between The Wyatt Family and The Shield was a very good match. Both teams used their unique styles to put on a great match. Both teams are among the best in WWE and this match showed why. An eventual game of attrition left Roman Reigns to fend off three Wyatts at the end. In the end, it wasn’t enough and Reigns was pinned after taking Sister Abigail’s Kiss from Bray. Both teams looked great and Roman Reigns looked like a beast for his eventual face turn. Hes getting great crowd reaction. The turn is burning nice and slow right now.
AJ Lee defeated Cameron to retain the Divas Championship. Naomi was originally slated for this match, but is currently out with an eye injury. Tamina accidentally knocked out AJ then attacked Cameron to give her the DQ win.
Batista defeated a surprisingly over Alberto Del Rio. This wasn’t more than a glorified squash match. The fans are not into Batsita’s return (or as they refer to him “Boo-Tista”). Del Rio was kinda of the defacto face in this one.
The Elimination Chamber match rounded out the show. Cesaro and Sheamus started the contest and put on a brawling clinic. The rest of the entry order was Daniel Bryan, Christian, John Cena, then Randy Orton. No one was eliminated until after Orton came into the match. A frog splash from the top of the pod to Sheamus allowed Christian to score the first elimination. Christian is eliminated by Daniel’s flying knee. Cesaro tapped out to the STF. When it was down to three, the lights went out and The Wyatt Family entered the cage. They took out John Cena who was then pinned by Orton. The ending came when Kane came into the cage and distracted Daniel Bryan allowing Orton to get the pin and retain the belt.
The Chamber and the six man tag were the best matches of the night. A lot of Wrestlemania plans seem to be shaping up. This was a good show overall. It’s worth a watch.