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Geek Syndicate

Geek Syndicate
Description:
The long awaited, critically acclaimed, irreverent, touching, intellectual, nonsensical, fairly drunken, incredibly sexy, hilarious.... Hear what happens when 2 old friends(perhaps more in the coming weeks), some pizza, 2 bottles of single malt whiskey and a couple of cats decide to celebrate all aspects of geek life from a UK perspective. We hope to cover TV,Books,Games,Comics..etc every fortnight.

Homepage: http://geeksyndicate.libsyn.com

RSS Feed: http://geeksyndicate.libsyn.com/rss

Geek Syndicate Statistics
Episodes:
2060
Average Episode Duration:
0:1:04:53
Longest Episode Duration:
0:22:21:46
Total Duration of all Episodes:
92 days, 19 hours, 35 minutes and 11 seconds
Earliest Episode:
23 January 2022 (7:22am GMT)
Latest Episode:
23 January 2022 (7:00am GMT)
Average Time Between Episodes:
2 days, 17 hours, 9 minutes and 48 seconds

Geek Syndicate Episodes

  • Vote for Geek Syndicate in the 2008 Podcast Awards !

    27 October 2008 (5:35am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 25 seconds

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    Voting for the 2008 awards are now open and thanks to you awesome people we have been nominated in The Best Entertainment category. Voting takes only a few minutes (if that) and you can vote once every 24 hours for us. So if you like the podcast and want to show that then please head over to www.podcastawards.com and vote for Geek Syndicate in the Best Entertainment category. Voting ends on Nov 6th.

    Also please feel free to nick this post and post it up on your own websites. Spread the word!

    Many thanks for voting guys!

    Barry and Dave



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 96

    23 October 2008 (4:26am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 20 seconds

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    The nights are drawing in and the weather is getting colder but Geek Syndicate is still here lighting that fire in your geeky underbelly!

    In this week's episode (only 3 away from the big 100) the guys discuss and reflect on the first cast photos from the upcoming Star Trek movie. The boys commiserate with Terrance Howard as he is booted off Iron Man 2. Finally the war against EPOCH has it's first champion in the shape of the W.A.R DC.

    In the week that was there are reviews of Marvel Heroes,The Encyclopaedia of classic Saturday night telly, Strontium Dog, Half Dead, Sanctuary, Life on mars (kind of), Sarah Jane adventures and Kin. Dave announces the winner of the 'name Dave's new Doctor Who podcast' competition and Notes from Nuge makes a welcome return.

    In our main feature we take a look at the upcoming Thought Bubble Festival in November.

    Big thanks to everyone who nominated us in the 2008 Podcast Awards!
    Enjoy



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 96

    23 October 2008 (3:26am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 20 seconds

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    The nights are drawing in and the weather is getting colder but Geek Syndicate is still here lighting that fire in your geeky underbelly!

    In this week's episode (only 3 away from the big 100) the guys discuss and reflect on the first cast photos from the upcoming Star Trek movie. The boys commiserate with Terrance Howard as he is booted off Iron Man 2. Finally the war against EPOCH has it's first champion in the shape of the W.A.R DC.

    In the week that was there are reviews of Marvel Heroes,The Encyclopaedia of classic Saturday night telly, Strontium Dog, Half Dead, Sanctuary, Life on mars (kind of), Sarah Jane adventures and Kin. Dave announces the winner of the 'name Dave's new Doctor Who podcast' competition and Notes from Nuge makes a welcome return.

    In our main feature we take a look at the upcoming Thought Bubble Festival in November.

    Big thanks to everyone who nominated us in the 2008 Podcast Awards!
    Enjoy



  • Science Friction - Episode 2 The Science of Superheroes

    20 October 2008 (11:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 47 minutes and 13 seconds

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    In a departure from the usual format (can you have a usual format after only 1 episode?), episode 2 is a live recording of Karl's Science of Superheroes panel at the Birmingham International Comic Show. Find out how Spider-man can climb walls, how to make yourself invisible, the truth behind Wonder Woman's lasso, who would win in a fight between the Blob and the Juggernaut, and much, much more. Hopefully you'll be able to make sense of what's going on without the visuals and look out for some familiar guest victi....er, I mean volunteers. Hope you enjoy it! If you have any comments or suggestions, you can contact Karl at sciencefriction@ymail.com



  • Science Friction - Episode 2 The Science of Superheroes

    20 October 2008 (10:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 47 minutes and 13 seconds

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    In a departure from the usual format (can you have a usual format after only 1 episode?), episode 2 is a live recording of Karl's Science of Superheroes panel at the Birmingham International Comic Show. Find out how Spider-man can climb walls, how to make yourself invisible, the truth behind Wonder Woman's lasso, who would win in a fight between the Blob and the Juggernaut, and much, much more. Hopefully you'll be able to make sense of what's going on without the visuals and look out for some familiar guest victi....er, I mean volunteers. Hope you enjoy it! If you have any comments or suggestions, you can contact Karl at sciencefriction@ymail.com



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 95

    16 October 2008 (7:23am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 17 minutes and 26 seconds

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    In this week's comic heavy episode the guys review some of the stuff they picked up from the Birmingham International Comics Show. Reviews include Flash Gordon issue 1, Dexter's Half Dozen, Devoid of Life, High Pilot, Thugs and DFC.

    In the main feature the boys discuss their experiences at BICS 2008 and some of the panels they attended.

    Also the guys find their new Smallville in the shape of Knight Rider.

    Enjoy and remember... as High Pilot would say ' SOMEWHERE THERE IS TROUBLE!"



  • Comic Racks Episode 23 - BICS a-go-go

    16 October 2008 (7:20am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 21 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Welcome to Episode 23, where Comic Racks will engage you with tales of squidgy fingers, job-miffs, and podcast-theivery...and then actually get on with the episode itself.

    This week we have real-people news (Comic Racks, Jamie Smart, and Almost Dr Karl Byrne)and some pretty spiffy reviews:

    Deadpool #1 and 2
    Big Hero 6 #1
    The Dead #1

    Our Top of the Racks are as outstanding as ever with a controversial Tail thrown in for good measure (via a big joint fume about Forbidden Planet)...

    Our main topic this episode is less of a blow-by-blow account of Brum Con 08, but rather more of a how-drunk-did-we-get-and-what-panels-did-we-miss? account smile.gif Join us as we ramble about our celebrity new best friends, the panels that we *did* manage to get to, and what we got up to with all our forum buddies smile.gif

    We round off with some cracking Rack Music (Clint Eastwood from Gorillaz and Cath... from Death Cab for Cutie), as well as a rather dubious Peeve...

    Tune in next fortnight for an Ask the Racks special and don't forget this is the last episode to be hosted on the Geek Syndicate feed - in the future find us solely at http://comicracks.libsyn.com/rss



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 95

    16 October 2008 (6:23am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 17 minutes and 26 seconds

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    In this week's comic heavy episode the guys review some of the stuff they picked up from the Birmingham International Comics Show. Reviews include Flash Gordon issue 1, Dexter's Half Dozen, Devoid of Life, High Pilot, Thugs and DFC.

    In the main feature the boys discuss their experiences at BICS 2008 and some of the panels they attended.

    Also the guys find their new Smallville in the shape of Knight Rider.

    Enjoy and remember... as High Pilot would say ' SOMEWHERE THERE IS TROUBLE!"

     



  • Comic Racks Episode 23 - BICS a-go-go

    16 October 2008 (6:20am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 21 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Welcome to Episode 23, where Comic Racks will engage you with tales of squidgy fingers, job-miffs, and podcast-theivery...and then actually get on with the episode itself.

    This week we have real-people news (Comic Racks, Jamie Smart, and Almost Dr Karl Byrne)and some pretty spiffy reviews:

    Deadpool #1 and 2
    Big Hero 6 #1
    The Dead #1

    Our Top of the Racks are as outstanding as ever with a controversial Tail thrown in for good measure (via a big joint fume about Forbidden Planet)...

    Our main topic this episode is less of a blow-by-blow account of Brum Con 08, but rather more of a how-drunk-did-we-get-and-what-panels-did-we-miss? account smile.gif Join us as we ramble about our celebrity new best friends, the panels that we *did* manage to get to, and what we got up to with all our forum buddies smile.gif

    We round off with some cracking Rack Music (Clint Eastwood from Gorillaz and Cath... from Death Cab for Cutie), as well as a rather dubious Peeve...

    Tune in next fortnight for an Ask the Racks special and don't forget this is the last episode to be hosted on the Geek Syndicate feed - in the future find us solely at http://comicracks.libsyn.com/rss



  • Geek Syndicate Live at BICS 2008

    7 October 2008 (12:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 35 minutes and 24 seconds

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    In this special panel, recorded live at the Birmingham International Comics Show, the guys are joined by four UK comics titans. Dave Gibbons, Doug Braithwaite, Paul Cornell and Mark Buckingham discuss who the UK comic professionals have invaded the US and what their impact has been. We also discover the differences working in both the US and the UK as a comic professional and what it takes to break into the US market. Look out for a vidcast of this event coming soon! Enjoy!



  • Geek Syndicate Live at BICS 2008

    7 October 2008 (11:40am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 35 minutes and 24 seconds

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    In this special panel, recorded live at the Birmingham International Comics Show, the guys are joined by four UK comics titans. Dave Gibbons, Doug Braithwaite, Paul Cornell and Mark Buckingham discuss who the UK comic professionals have invaded the US and what their impact has been. We also discover the differences working in both the US and the UK as a comic professional and what it takes to break into the US market. Look out for a vidcast of this event coming soon! Enjoy!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 94

    2 October 2008 (6:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 34 seconds

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    In this week's episode the guys gear up for their annual trip to the Birmingham International Comics Show. There's still enough time to chat about the crazy new tv pilot coming soon called 'The Grayson's, the upcoming webseries Loner, the Sweat Watch(I kid you not), the Cylon Toaster(still not kidding) and a look at the brand new Spirit trailer.

    There are also reviews of Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods, Dresden files: Grave Peril, Monster and Star Wars the Force Unleashed on the Wii.

    Enjoy and to those going to BICS we'll see you there!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 94

    2 October 2008 (5:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 5 minutes and 34 seconds

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    In this week's episode the guys gear up for their annual trip to the Birmingham International Comics Show. There's still enough time to chat about the crazy new tv pilot coming soon called 'The Grayson's, the upcoming webseries Loner, the Sweat Watch(I kid you not), the Cylon Toaster(still not kidding) and a look at the brand new Spirit trailer.

    There are also reviews of Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods, Dresden files: Grave Peril, Monster and Star Wars the Force Unleashed on the Wii.

    Enjoy and to those going to BICS we'll see you there!

     



  • Science Friction - Episode 1

    29 September 2008 (7:29pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 33 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Science Friction: Where sci-fi meets sci-fact!

    Where your devilishly handsome and witty (not to mention humble) host, Karl Byrne takes a look at the real science behind science fiction, from time travel and alternate universes, to evil clones and superheroes.

    Episode 1

    To start the ball rolling, and in honour of the world surviving the Large Hadron Collider (aka "big scary black hole machine") being turned on, in this episode Karl talks about blackholes: what they are, where they come from and the reality behind what we've seen on TV and in the movies. He also reviews some of his favourite sci-fi books, TV shows and movie's that involve black holes and as an added tells you how the sun is going to die.

    If you have any questions or comments about the show or any suggestions about what you'd like to hear in future episodes, you can contact karl here on the forum's (where he's known as Carlitobaby) or alternatively email him at sciencefriction@ymail.com.

    So have a listen and then come along and watch him make a fool of himself at the Birmingham comic convention on the 3rd October!



  • Science Friction - Episode 1

    29 September 2008 (6:29pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 33 minutes and 0 seconds

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    Science Friction: Where sci-fi meets sci-fact!

    Where your devilishly handsome and witty (not to mention humble) host, Karl Byrne takes a look at the real science behind science fiction, from time travel and alternate universes, to evil clones and superheroes.

    Episode 1

    To start the ball rolling, and in honour of the world surviving the Large Hadron Collider (aka "big scary black hole machine") being turned on, in this episode Karl talks about blackholes: what they are, where they come from and the reality behind what we've seen on TV and in the movies. He also reviews some of his favourite sci-fi books, TV shows and movie's that involve black holes and as an added tells you how the sun is going to die.

    If you have any questions or comments about the show or any suggestions about what you'd like to hear in future episodes, you can contact karl here on the forum's (where he's known as Carlitobaby) or alternatively email him at sciencefriction@ymail.com.

    So have a listen and then come along and watch him make a fool of himself at the Birmingham comic convention on the 3rd October!



  • Nominate Geek Syndicate in the 2008 Podcast Awards

    29 September 2008 (4:33pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 16 seconds

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    The is a quick 2 minute reminder about the 2008 Podcast Awards Well everyone it's that time again. Last year we ask you guys to nominate us in the 2007 and podcast awards and the response was fantastic. I'm sure you will rise to the challenge once more. Although we didn't win we did get nominated and given the numbers and podcasts involved that was a huge achievement so thanks to everyone who voted. So if you like what we've been doing on Geek Syndicate then please vote. We've got out 100th episode coming up so to get a 2nd nomination would be an awesome way to celebrate our 100th episode! It only take a few mins out of your day so please vote today(wow I just made that rhyme). NOMINATIONS CLOSE AT 2359 ON SEPT, 30th SO PLEASE NOMINATE NOW. VERY IMPORTANT: You only get to submit this form "1" time. Fill it out completely! Once you hit Submit you are done for 2008! Do not submit the same show in multiple categories. Exception: "You can submit a Show for "People's Choice" or "Best Produced" and one other category." Confused? See the Rules! So if you could vote for us in People's Choice and the Best Entertainment category that would be great. All you need to do is answer for the podcast and url Geek Syndicate http://www.geeksyndicate.co.uk http://www.podcastawards.com/ Cheers all!



  • Nominate Geek Syndicate in the 2008 Podcast Awards

    29 September 2008 (3:33pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 2 minutes and 16 seconds

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    The is a quick 2 minute reminder about the 2008 Podcast Awards Well everyone it's that time again. Last year we ask you guys to nominate us in the 2007 and podcast awards and the response was fantastic. I'm sure you will rise to the challenge once more. Although we didn't win we did get nominated and given the numbers and podcasts involved that was a huge achievement so thanks to everyone who voted. So if you like what we've been doing on Geek Syndicate then please vote. We've got out 100th episode coming up so to get a 2nd nomination would be an awesome way to celebrate our 100th episode! It only take a few mins out of your day so please vote today(wow I just made that rhyme). NOMINATIONS CLOSE AT 2359 ON SEPT, 30th SO PLEASE NOMINATE NOW. VERY IMPORTANT: You only get to submit this form "1" time. Fill it out completely! Once you hit Submit you are done for 2008! Do not submit the same show in multiple categories. Exception: "You can submit a Show for "People's Choice" or "Best Produced" and one other category." Confused? See the Rules! So if you could vote for us in People's Choice and the Best Entertainment category that would be great. All you need to do is answer for the podcast and url Geek Syndicate http://www.geeksyndicate.co.uk http://www.podcastawards.com/ Cheers all!



  • Comic Racks - Episode 22

    25 September 2008 (7:33am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 53 seconds

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    We return to our usual disorganised 'format' in this episode - join us as we discuss the not-so newsworthy-News, a wide ranging Reviews section, groovy Top of the Racks, very dis-similar Rack Music, and a bit of a natter about the upcoming Birmingham Con (without knowing who was doing what events/panels - which helpfully went up the day after we recorded!).

    Prepare for tangents-a-go-go as we get distracted (surprise!) over Jamie Smart drawing robots hurling over nuns, Stace diving on creators, Iz going dreamy over Almost Dr Karl and his debut at BrumCon.

    Reviews include: Mummy 3, Angry Gnome's Short Stack, Mercury & the Murd, Catwoman #82 and True Story Swear To God.

    Top of the Racks this episode are Fat Chunk & the Judge Dredd Megazine's Tank Girl - both of which *everyone* should pick up smile.gif

    Rack Music: Biffy Clyro - Mountains, Jonathan Coulton - Skullcrusher Mountain


  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 93

    25 September 2008 (6:48am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 43 seconds

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    Join us as we continue our epic march towards episode 100 with another trek into the fertile land that is Geek.

    Before the boys can get a head of steam going they are already tearing to shreds the new Bond theme Another Day to Die.

    In the news the guys dicuss the crazy idea of a Naked Gun movie without Leslie Nielsen, the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special, how Vigrin Comics have gone liquid and Warner Bros earns itself a few dry slaps.

    Moving onto The Week that was there are reviews of Umbrella Academy: Apolcalypse Suite, Batman: Going Sane and The Hunter: 3 Terminal Oblivion and well as a brief mention of a few 2000AD titles

    In this week's main feature Barry watches his last ever episode of Smallville as the lads take us on a whistle-stop tour through some of the season openers. Some the shows covered are Supernatural,Smallville, Merlin, Sarah Conner Chronicles and more. Be warned there may be a few spoilers bumps(massive ones for Smallville) along the way but nothing you can't handle.

    Also the winner of the anniversary/relaunch of Listener of the Month is revealed!

    Enjoy and look out for latest podcast to join the Geek Syndciate Network, Science Friction coming soon!



  • Comic Racks - Episode 22

    25 September 2008 (6:33am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 53 seconds

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    We return to our usual disorganised 'format' in this episode - join us as we discuss the not-so newsworthy-News, a wide ranging Reviews section, groovy Top of the Racks, very dis-similar Rack Music, and a bit of a natter about the upcoming Birmingham Con (without knowing who was doing what events/panels - which helpfully went up the day after we recorded!).

    Prepare for tangents-a-go-go as we get distracted (surprise!) over Jamie Smart drawing robots hurling over nuns, Stace diving on creators, Iz going dreamy over Almost Dr Karl and his debut at BrumCon.

    Reviews include: Mummy 3, Angry Gnome's Short Stack, Mercury & the Murd, Catwoman #82 and True Story Swear To God.

    Top of the Racks this episode are Fat Chunk & the Judge Dredd Megazine's Tank Girl - both of which *everyone* should pick up smile.gif

    Rack Music: Biffy Clyro - Mountains, Jonathan Coulton - Skullcrusher Mountain


  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 93

    25 September 2008 (5:48am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 43 seconds

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    Join us as we continue our epic march towards episode 100 with another trek into the fertile land that is Geek.

    Before the boys can get a head of steam going they are already tearing to shreds the new Bond theme Another Day to Die.

    In the news the guys dicuss the crazy idea of a Naked Gun movie without Leslie Nielsen, the upcoming Doctor Who Christmas special, how Vigrin Comics have gone liquid and Warner Bros earns itself a few dry slaps.

    Moving onto The Week that was there are reviews of Umbrella Academy: Apolcalypse Suite, Batman: Going Sane and The Hunter: 3 Terminal Oblivion and well as a brief mention of a few 2000AD titles

    In this week's main feature Barry watches his last ever episode of Smallville as the lads take us on a whistle-stop tour through some of the season openers. Some the shows covered are Supernatural,Smallville, Merlin, Sarah Conner Chronicles and more. Be warned there may be a few spoilers bumps(massive ones for Smallville) along the way but nothing you can't handle.

    Also the winner of the anniversary/relaunch of Listener of the Month is revealed!

    Enjoy and look out for latest podcast to join the Geek Syndciate Network, Science Friction coming soon!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 92

    18 September 2008 (4:56am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 22 seconds

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    Welcome to more underbelly trawling in the murky world of Geekdom. This week there is some excessive use of the f word and bad singing (I know surprise) from the outset...you have been warned. In the news we talk about some of the claims being made about Transformers 2 and Star trek. Dave reveals his lack of excitement for season 3 of Heroes. In this week's week that was we chat about Spooks code 9, Buffy, Infinite crisis and Secret invasion what we think so far, Samurai Girl and Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow. Week that was kind of became our main feature as we went into a discussion/ rant about well Geek Marketing I guess and how Comic/tv companies could better use of the tools around them. Enjoy! Please Nominate GS in the People's choice and Entertainment categories of the 2008 Podcast Awards over at www.podcastawards.com Thanks all!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 92

    18 September 2008 (3:56am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 22 seconds

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    Welcome to more underbelly trawling in the murky world of Geekdom. This week there is some excessive use of the f word and bad singing (I know surprise) from the outset...you have been warned. In the news we talk about some of the claims being made about Transformers 2 and Star trek. Dave reveals his lack of excitement for season 3 of Heroes. In this week's week that was we chat about Spooks code 9, Buffy, Infinite crisis and Secret invasion what we think so far, Samurai Girl and Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow. Week that was kind of became our main feature as we went into a discussion/ rant about well Geek Marketing I guess and how Comic/tv companies could better use of the tools around them. Enjoy! Please Nominate GS in the People's choice and Entertainment categories of the 2008 Podcast Awards over at www.podcastawards.com Thanks all!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 91 we're back!!!

    10 September 2008 (9:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 9 seconds

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    That's right people after we're are back after our month long hiatus and we're back with a bang!

    In our main feature we have the first ever podcast interview with Drew Pearce, the writer/ creator of the new superhero sitcom 'No Heroics' coming to ITV2. It will be the channel's first ever original sitcom.

    Drew reveals the origin of the show and it's cast as well as his own comic roots before taking some questions from our forum members.

    Warning this episode contains bad signing from the outset!

    News

    We have a brand new website!

    Ghostbusters 3 the movie is on but maybe not the game!

    News on the US remake of Life on Mars

    An old pain in the ass returns to 24.

    Hadron Collider...lovely invention or the end of humankind ?

    A new sci-fi show about an alien invasion of earth...how original !

    Week that was
    Quick interview with Jon Harrison at Forbidden Planet's 30th anniversary party.

    Kick Ass issue 4 and the movie adaptation chat.

    Gravel the ongoing comic series by Warren Series

    The Mummy 3

    Criminal macabre anthology of short stories

    We briefly catch up on Smallville, Lost and Supernatural
    Main
    Interview with Drew Pearce, Creator/writer of the upcoming 'No Heroics' Enjoy!!


  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 91 we're back!!!

    10 September 2008 (8:40pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 32 minutes and 9 seconds

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    That's right people after we're are back after our month long hiatus and we're back with a bang!

    In our main feature we have the first ever podcast interview with Drew Pearce, the writer/ creator of the new superhero sitcom 'No Heroics' coming to ITV2. It will be the channel's first ever original sitcom.

    Drew reveals the origin of the show and it's cast as well as his own comic roots before taking some questions from our forum members.

    Warning this episode contains bad signing from the outset!

     News

    We have a brand new website!

    Ghostbusters 3 the movie is on but maybe not the game!

     News on the US remake of Life on Mars

    An old pain in the ass returns to 24.

    Hadron Collider...lovely invention or the end of humankind ?

    A new sci-fi show about an alien invasion of earth...how original !

    Week that was
    Quick interview with Jon Harrison at Forbidden Planet's 30th anniversary party.

    Kick Ass issue 4 and the movie adaptation chat.
     
    Gravel the ongoing comic series by Warren Series

    The Mummy 3

    Criminal macabre anthology of short stories

    We briefly catch up on Smallville, Lost and Supernatural
    Main
    Interview with Drew Pearce, Creator/writer of the upcoming 'No Heroics' Enjoy!!


  • Episode 21 - Ubu Bubutasticulair :), Jamie Smart - inaudible and full of vitriol

    8 September 2008 (12:42pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 52 minutes and 47 seconds

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    In this super-duper special episode, The Ladies of the Racks get up close and personal with none other than Ubu Bubu creator and all-round cool dude, Jamie Smart!

    Alas, there are no news and reviews segments, but heck, who needs those when you have a awesome interview?? Especially when said interview reveals a deep seated hatred of Jaffa Cakes, a general fear of selling oneself at conventions, a far too large amount of talk about cat porn, and the revelation that Jamie Smart smells. It's true. No, really.

    Sir Jamie Smartington sticks with the girls through Rack Music, almost causing a divide in Rack City, and even puts forth a Peeve of the Fortnight. Like this podcast wasn't filled with enough vitriol wink.gif

    All this plus girly squeals, more random swear words than you can shake a stick at and a whole lot of fun!

    ~ Please to note: We apologise profusely for the sound quality of this episode. Unfortunately technical difficulties minutes before recording and the Pamela program's all-round hatred of Racks fun lead to a rather muffled Jamie. We present this episode to you in the best state we could muster, and we hope to muck around with other recording programmes in order to have Jamie on again in the future. If he'll do it, that is, we were quite scary... ~

    Jamie Smart's website of awesomeness




  • Episode 21 - Ubu Bubutasticulair :), Jamie Smart - inaudible and full of vitriol

    8 September 2008 (11:42am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 52 minutes and 47 seconds

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    In this super-duper special episode, The Ladies of the Racks get up close and personal with none other than Ubu Bubu creator and all-round cool dude, Jamie Smart!

    Alas, there are no news and reviews segments, but heck, who needs those when you have a awesome interview?? Especially when said interview reveals a deep seated hatred of Jaffa Cakes, a general fear of selling oneself at conventions, a far too large amount of talk about cat porn, and the revelation that Jamie Smart smells. It's true. No, really.

    Sir Jamie Smartington sticks with the girls through Rack Music, almost causing a divide in Rack City, and even puts forth a Peeve of the Fortnight. Like this podcast wasn't filled with enough vitriol wink.gif

    All this plus girly squeals, more random swear words than you can shake a stick at and a whole lot of fun!

    ~ Please to note: We apologise profusely for the sound quality of this episode. Unfortunately technical difficulties minutes before recording and the Pamela program's all-round hatred of Racks fun lead to a rather muffled Jamie. We present this episode to you in the best state we could muster, and we hope to muck around with other recording programmes in order to have Jamie on again in the future. If he'll do it, that is, we were quite scary... ~

    Jamie Smart's website of awesomeness




  • The Nuge and Stacebob Show!

    4 September 2008 (8:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 19 seconds

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    SURPRISE!!!!..In this super secret episode Barry and Stace from Comic Racks join forces in this explosive episode. No episode blurb just sit back and wonder at just how many tangents these two can go off on without their respective co-hosts to keep them on the straight and narrow. Oh and there might be some singing...you have been warned! Enjoy!!!!



  • The Nuge and Stacebob Show!

    4 September 2008 (7:57pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 19 seconds

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    SURPRISE!!!!..In this super secret episode Barry and Stace from Comic Racks join forces in this explosive episode. No episode blurb just sit back and wonder at just how many tangents these two can go off on without their respective co-hosts to keep them on the straight and narrow. Oh and there might be some singing...you have been warned! Enjoy!!!!



  • Comic Book Outsiders Episode 23 with added Nuge

    22 August 2008 (6:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 58 minutes and 48 seconds

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    Hi all, whilst you're waiting for your regular GS schedule to return I thought you might interested in my co-host spot on the excellent Comic Book Outsiders hosted by Steve and Scott. Below are the show notes for this episode.

    Enjoy and see you in September!

    Comic Book Outsiders

    Bringing you some of the very best hidden gems from the world of independent comics, movies and TV.

    In this episode our Main Feature is an interview Scott conducted with Brad Lovett, our roving reporter who gives us his feedback on the San Diego Comic Con and what his experience was like as an attendee but also an independent comic creator.

    Then it's the first Challenge Barry, where I pitch three comics to Barry and try to get him interested enough in them to pick up at least one.

    Barry reveals a Guilty Pleasure and we get into a bit of a discussion about other guilty pleasures from the same era.

    Our last segment as always is the Hidden Gem and this episode Barry and Steve talk about Supernatural, a great TV show that more people should be watching.

    There is also a quick recap of the Secret Quotation competition. You need to send all five quotes, plus the name of the film that they come from to secretquotation@gmail.com. More information about the competition and which episodes you need to listen to can be found at UK Comics Podcast Secret Quotation Page

    If you want to get in touch about anything we talk about on this show, then you can email us at comicbookoutsiders@hotmail.com or visit our myspace or facebook pages, leave an iTunes review or a comment on the libsyn page.



  • Comic Book Outsiders Episode 23 with added Nuge

    22 August 2008 (5:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 58 minutes and 48 seconds

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    Hi all, whilst you're waiting for your regular GS schedule to return I thought you might interested in my co-host spot on the excellent Comic Book Outsiders hosted by Steve and Scott. Below are the show notes for this episode.

    Enjoy and see you in September!

    Comic Book Outsiders

    Bringing you some of the very best hidden gems from the world of independent comics, movies and TV.

    In this episode our Main Feature is an interview Scott conducted with Brad Lovett, our roving reporter who gives us his feedback on the San Diego Comic Con and what his experience was like as an attendee but also an independent comic creator.

    Then it's the first Challenge Barry, where I pitch three comics to Barry and try to get him interested enough in them to pick up at least one.

    Barry reveals a Guilty Pleasure and we get into a bit of a discussion about other guilty pleasures from the same era.

    Our last segment as always is the Hidden Gem and this episode Barry and Steve talk about Supernatural, a great TV show that more people should be watching.

    There is also a quick recap of the Secret Quotation competition. You need to send all five quotes, plus the name of the film that they come from to secretquotation@gmail.com. More information about the competition and which episodes you need to listen to can be found at UK Comics Podcast Secret Quotation Page

    If you want to get in touch about anything we talk about on this show, then you can email us at comicbookoutsiders@hotmail.com or visit our myspace or facebook pages, leave an iTunes review or a comment on the libsyn page.



  • Comic Rack episode 20 - Back to da Racks

    21 August 2008 (6:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 47 minutes and 33 seconds

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    After the awesomeness that was last episodes Paul Cornell interview, the ladies decide to get back to the Racks, bringing you an episode of completely delicious reviews.

    The girls cover everything from comics to TV to film, touching on titles such as Rest #0, The Walking Dead V1, Wall-E, Dynamo 5, The Mummy: Rise and Fall of Xango's Ax, Deadpool: The Circle Chase #1 - 4, The Living Corpse #0 & #.5 and Six Feet Under. And, of course, what would this episode be without a little Jamie Smart, this time in the form of Bohda Te?

    All this plus several more reviews (look out for The Dark Knight super-spoilers from 1 hour 10 mins until 1 hour 22 minutes in), a one-time-only new segment called Challenge Stacebob, and all the usual rambling!

    Don't forget to enter the UKCPG competition, Secret Quotation, by listening to Comic Racks 18, Geek Syndicate 90, Q!PAW 45, Comic Book Outsiders 22 and Birds of Geek 38 (to be released soon!)

    Enjoy!

    Additional links as promised in the episode:

    (Un)Employed Skeletor at the SDCC
    Hack/Slash - Suicide Girls
    B is for Bum Conker
    Joe Cornish - Song Wars



  • Comic Rack episode 20 - Back to da Racks

    21 August 2008 (5:50am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 47 minutes and 33 seconds

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    After the awesomeness that was last episodes Paul Cornell interview, the ladies decide to get back to the Racks, bringing you an episode of completely delicious reviews.

    The girls cover everything from comics to TV to film, touching on titles such as Rest #0, The Walking Dead V1, Wall-E, Dynamo 5, The Mummy: Rise and Fall of Xango's Ax, Deadpool: The Circle Chase #1 - 4, The Living Corpse #0 & #.5 and Six Feet Under. And, of course, what would this episode be without a little Jamie Smart, this time in the form of Bohda Te?

    All this plus several more reviews (look out for The Dark Knight super-spoilers from 1 hour 10 mins until 1 hour 22 minutes in), a one-time-only new segment called Challenge Stacebob, and all the usual rambling!

    Don't forget to enter the UKCPG competition, Secret Quotation, by listening to Comic Racks 18, Geek Syndicate 90, Q!PAW 45, Comic Book Outsiders 22 and Birds of Geek 38 (to be released soon!)

    Enjoy!

    Additional links as promised in the episode:

    (Un)Employed Skeletor at the SDCC
    Hack/Slash - Suicide Girls
    B is for Bum Conker
    Joe Cornish - Song Wars



  • Comic Racks 19 - Everybody Loves Paul

    4 August 2008 (11:20am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 9 seconds

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    Episode 19 - Everybody Loves Paul

    In this momentous episode the ladies do away with their usual format in order to bring you their very first creator interview with none other than the frankly rather awesome Paul Cornell.

    Paul has dipped his toe into the wonderful world of comics on many an occasion, writing stories such as Wisdom, 2000AD's XTNCT and the currently running (and fucking brilliant) Captain Britain and MI:13 series, to name but a few. As well as working in the comics world, Paul has penned some of the best episodes of Doctor Who to grace our TV screens (Human Nature and Family Of Blood, anyone?), several Doctor Who novels and audio shows, and episodes for top series' such as Primeval, Robin Hood and Casualty.

    During the interview, the girls quiz Paul about his upcoming projects, whether being a writer makes watching shows/reading books more difficult from a technical point of view, and whether he's had any unnerving fan experiences (other than Stacey professing her undying love for him at Bristol Convention earlier this year, of course.)

    To top the episode off, we pick our Rack Music for this fortnight; both of which turn out to be rather geekily inspired as one of us riffs on a Watchmen theme while the other takes inspiration from Wisdom #3.

    All this as well as some insights into Paul's writing history, advice for budding writers and some good old fashioned swearing.

    Don't forget to take part in the UK Comics Podcast Group competition by listening to the 5 Secret Quotation episodes: for more information visit www.comicspodcasts.co.uk

    Enjoy!



  • Doctor Who Special - Season 4 review Part 2

    4 August 2008 (10:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 36 seconds

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    Here it is, at last, the second part of our Geek Syndicate special with special guest Heath as we look back at the second half of season four of Doctor Who.

    Enjoy and see you in September!



  • Comic Racks 19 - Everybody Loves Paul

    4 August 2008 (10:20am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 29 minutes and 9 seconds

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    Episode 19 - Everybody Loves Paul

    In this momentous episode the ladies do away with their usual format in order to bring you their very first creator interview with none other than the frankly rather awesome Paul Cornell.

    Paul has dipped his toe into the wonderful world of comics on many an occasion, writing stories such as Wisdom, 2000AD's XTNCT and the currently running (and fucking brilliant) Captain Britain and MI:13 series, to name but a few. As well as working in the comics world, Paul has penned some of the best episodes of Doctor Who to grace our TV screens (Human Nature and Family Of Blood, anyone?), several Doctor Who novels and audio shows, and episodes for top series' such as Primeval, Robin Hood and Casualty.

    During the interview, the girls quiz Paul about his upcoming projects, whether being a writer makes watching shows/reading books more difficult from a technical point of view, and whether he's had any unnerving fan experiences (other than Stacey professing her undying love for him at Bristol Convention earlier this year, of course.)

    To top the episode off, we pick our Rack Music for this fortnight; both of which turn out to be rather geekily inspired as one of us riffs on a Watchmen theme while the other takes inspiration from Wisdom #3.

    All this as well as some insights into Paul's writing history, advice for budding writers and some good old fashioned swearing.

    Don't forget to take part in the UK Comics Podcast Group competition by listening to the 5 Secret Quotation episodes: for more information visit www.comicspodcasts.co.uk

    Enjoy!



  • Doctor Who Special - Season 4 review Part 2

    4 August 2008 (9:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 36 seconds

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    Here it is, at last, the second part of our Geek Syndicate special with special guest Heath as we look back at the second half of season four of Doctor Who.

    Enjoy and see you in September!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 90 Season 1 Finale

    31 July 2008 (11:12pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 39 seconds

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    This is it people. The ark has been raided, the stone romanced, the ghosts busted, the dragon has been entered and now it's time for the real adventure to begin... This is the last episode of season 1 of Geek Syndicate before the boys take a little siesta. Apologies for some of the audio glitches in this episode. News Torchwood meets Captain America New Gene Hunt for US version of Life on Mars Back to the Bristol Con Dimension Manga Week that was The Sword (Comic) Dr Horrible's Sing along Blog. A very brief non spoiler review of the Dark KNight(as Dave's not seen it yet) The Forbidden Kingdom (Movie) Button man (Comic) Main We take a look at two of the comics passed to us by Listeners. Eleventh Hour Vol 1 Starship Troopers: Bad Blood Discover at last what the secret quotation is. Enjoy...



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 90 Season 1 Finale

    31 July 2008 (10:12pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 18 minutes and 39 seconds

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    This is it people. The ark has been raided, the stone romanced, the ghosts busted, the dragon has been entered and now it's time for the real adventure to begin... This is the last episode of season 1 of Geek Syndicate before the boys take a little siesta. Apologies for some of the audio glitches in this episode. News Torchwood meets Captain America New Gene Hunt for US version of Life on Mars Back to the Bristol Con Dimension Manga Week that was The Sword (Comic) Dr Horrible's Sing along Blog. A very brief non spoiler review of the Dark KNight(as Dave's not seen it yet) The Forbidden Kingdom (Movie) Button man (Comic) Main We take a look at two of the comics passed to us by Listeners. Eleventh Hour Vol 1 Starship Troopers: Bad Blood Discover at last what the secret quotation is. Enjoy...



  • Doctor Who Special - Season 4 review Part 1

    26 July 2008 (9:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 18 seconds

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    In this special episode the guys are joined by former Listener of the month and co host of Geek Bunch Heath. Together they will take use on a journey through time and space as they review the first half of Doctor Who Season 4. Enjoy!!!



  • Doctor Who Special - Season 4 review Part 1

    26 July 2008 (8:14am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 22 minutes and 18 seconds

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    In this special episode the guys are joined by former Listener of the month and co host of Geek Bunch Heath. Together they will take use on a journey through time and space as they review the first half of Doctor Who Season 4. Enjoy!!!



  • Comic Racks Episode 18 - Secret Quotation - We are Awesome

    22 July 2008 (7:34am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 58 minutes and 58 seconds

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    After the weeks of waiting, we finally reveal the mystery behind Secret Quotation. Keep an ear out in this episode for the Comic Racks portion of our UK Comics Podcast Group-wide competition! To be in with a chance of winning awesome prizes such as Noble Causes V1 & 2, an assortment of Virgin trades, a Wisdom trade and other splendid stuff to be announced, all you have to do is find the comic movie quote embedded within this episode, identify the film, then find the quotes from the same film in the other UK podcasts; Geek Syndicate (Episode 90), Quiet! Panelolgists At Work (Episode 45), Comic Book Outsiders (to be announced) and Birds Of Geek (to be announced). You have until the end of August to send your email containing your name, the title of the film, and all five secret quotations to secretquotation@gmail.com. Good luck!

    Anyhoo, on with the show! In this accidentally long episode, the girls tackle the topic of comic book movies, announcing some of their favourites, some of their, ahem, not-so-favourites, some they haven't seen yet but would like to see, and some upcoming movies that have them squirming in their seats with anticipation!

    On top of this comes all the regular bumph; Stace discusses her Things To Do Before She's 30 achievements, Iz warms to Guitar Hero 3 now she isn't getting booed off stage and both girls get excited at all the Rack-related news! Well, wouldn't you get excited at the prospect of interviewing Paul Cornell, having Jamie Smart on the show and being in a comic?? Thought so ;)

    During the reviews, the Ladies of the Racks unite in their enjoyment of The Uniques #1 and 2, continue their squabbling over whether the art in Wolverine Origins really is any good, Stace dispairs at her lack of memory during the reading of Final Crisis #2, and Iz travels down Memory Lane by picking up the Dandy!

    All this and The Donnas and Weezer sound too good to be true? Well, it is true, so get to the listening! :P

    Enjoy!


  • Comic Racks Episode 18 - Secret Quotation - We are Awesome

    22 July 2008 (6:34am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 58 minutes and 58 seconds

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    After the weeks of waiting, we finally reveal the mystery behind Secret Quotation. Keep an ear out in this episode for the Comic Racks portion of our UK Comics Podcast Group-wide competition! To be in with a chance of winning awesome prizes such as Noble Causes V1 & 2, an assortment of Virgin trades, a Wisdom trade and other splendid stuff to be announced, all you have to do is find the comic movie quote embedded within this episode, identify the film, then find the quotes from the same film in the other UK podcasts; Geek Syndicate (Episode 90), Quiet! Panelolgists At Work (Episode 45), Comic Book Outsiders (to be announced) and Birds Of Geek (to be announced). You have until the end of August to send your email containing your name, the title of the film, and all five secret quotations to secretquotation@gmail.com. Good luck!

    Anyhoo, on with the show! In this accidentally long episode, the girls tackle the topic of comic book movies, announcing some of their favourites, some of their, ahem, not-so-favourites, some they haven't seen yet but would like to see, and some upcoming movies that have them squirming in their seats with anticipation!

    On top of this comes all the regular bumph; Stace discusses her Things To Do Before She's 30 achievements, Iz warms to Guitar Hero 3 now she isn't getting booed off stage and both girls get excited at all the Rack-related news! Well, wouldn't you get excited at the prospect of interviewing Paul Cornell, having Jamie Smart on the show and being in a comic?? Thought so ;)

    During the reviews, the Ladies of the Racks unite in their enjoyment of The Uniques #1 and 2, continue their squabbling over whether the art in Wolverine Origins really is any good, Stace dispairs at her lack of memory during the reading of Final Crisis #2, and Iz travels down Memory Lane by picking up the Dandy!

    All this and The Donnas and Weezer sound too good to be true? Well, it is true, so get to the listening! :P

    Enjoy!


  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 89

    17 July 2008 (12:25pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 31 minutes and 58 seconds

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    Welcome to our penultimate episode before we head off for a short summer break. So without further ado let's hit the world of geekdom with a good old right hook!

    News

    The Return of Artemis Fowl.

    30 Days of Nights's follow up web series.

    Primeval roars into the U.S.

    Clone Wars backstory revelations.

    David Monteith vs Buzz Aldrin and NASA.

    Geek Syndicate's nemesis EPOCH rears it's head once again.

    Back in time at the Bristol Comic Convention

    Liam Sharp of MAMTOR! (pronounced MAMTOOOOOOOR!)

    Notes from Nuge and Max the Cat

    Indy 4 (A young hero on the rise).

    Week that Was

    Four feet from a rat (Comic from MAMTOR).

    Delve into the world of Paranormal State (TV).

    Gotham Knight (DVD).

    Main feature

    Journey back with the guys to 1999 when the world was at the brink of the apocalypse. They look at some of the movies and tv that were out in that year.

    Enjoy!!

    The Secret Quotation will be revealed next episode!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 89

    17 July 2008 (11:25am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 31 minutes and 58 seconds

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    Welcome to our penultimate episode before we head off for a short summer break. So without further ado let's hit the world of geekdom with a good old right hook!

    News

    The Return of Artemis Fowl.

    30 Days of Nights's follow up web series.

    Primeval roars into the U.S.

    Clone Wars backstory revelations.

    David Monteith vs Buzz Aldrin and NASA.

    Geek Syndicate's nemesis EPOCH rears it's head once again.

    Back in time at the Bristol Comic Convention

    Liam Sharp of MAMTOR! (pronounced MAMTOOOOOOOR!)

    Notes from Nuge and Max the Cat

    Indy 4 (A young hero on the rise).

    Week that Was

    Four feet from a rat (Comic from MAMTOR).

    Delve into the world of Paranormal State (TV).

    Gotham Knight (DVD).

    Main feature

    Journey back with the guys to 1999 when the world was at the brink of the apocalypse. They look at some of the movies and tv that were out in that year.

    Enjoy!!

    The Secret Quotation will be revealed next episode!



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 88

    11 July 2008 (11:15am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 57 minutes and 28 seconds

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    What, nearly two hours of GS fun you say? In this special extended edition the guys pack in a shed load of news, shoutouts and reviews.

    In the main feature the guys interview Rob Williams, the writer of the new Indiana Jones Comic, Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods from Dark Horse.

    New
    Supes to return again with a new director?
    Exterminators comic crawls onto a tv screen near you soon.
    Tony Stark to play Sherlock Holmes?

    Notes from Nuge

    Adventures with 'The Phantom'

    Week that was

    Batman: Murder at Wayne manor.
    The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones.
    The Twelve - issue 6
    Kung Fu Panda
    Lone Wolf and Cub - last issue.
    Metal Gear Solid 4
    Review of new BBC series 'Bonekickers'

    Main

    Interview with Rob Williams, writer of the new Dark comic Indiana jones and the Tomb of the Gods.



  • Geek Syndicate - Episode 88

    11 July 2008 (10:15am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 57 minutes and 28 seconds

    Direct Podcast Download

    What, nearly two hours of GS fun you say? In this special extended edition the guys pack in a shed load of news, shoutouts and reviews.

     In the main feature the guys interview Rob Williams, the writer of the new Indiana Jones Comic, Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods from Dark Horse.

    New
    Supes to return again with a new director?
    Exterminators comic crawls onto a tv screen near you soon.
    Tony Stark to play Sherlock Holmes?

    Notes from Nuge

    Adventures with 'The Phantom'

    Week that was

    Batman: Murder at Wayne manor.
    The Lost Journal of Indiana Jones.
    The Twelve - issue 6
    Kung Fu Panda
    Lone Wolf and Cub - last issue.
    Metal Gear Solid 4
    Review of new BBC series 'Bonekickers'

    Main

    Interview with Rob Williams, writer of the new Dark comic Indiana jones and the Tomb of the Gods.



  • Comic Racks Episode 17 - The One With All The Tangents

    8 July 2008 (2:38pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 44 minutes and 26 seconds

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    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls (go away, you innocent children shouldn't be hearing this kind of language!), welcome to Episode 17 of Comic Racks; the episode where no-one can stay on topic!

    That's right, it's Tangent City this episode as Stacey gets hyper on who knows what and Iz, still recovering from concussion, has to deal with that level of craziness.

    The girls cover highly important topics this fortnight, from the origins of The Cheeky Girls, to Stacey's Mr's giant birthday list, to whether Daniel Craig is a pouty woman or not, plus lots more in between.

    But fear not, my comic loving friends, for the girls do get their comic on and bust out a load of reviews, from Kick Ass to Fables, Dock Walloper to Maus, plus a couple of non-comic goodies along the way. This is mostly because they couldn't think of a proper topic, but hey, it's all good. During these spoiler-rific reviews Iz proclaims that everything ever is "fucking awesome", Stace brings everyone down and The Racks it's first ever joint Top of the Racks. That's right, folks, there's a comic out there so awesome that it gets the full Comic Racks endorsement! (Go buy it!)

    The regular Rack Music segment sees The Rack Ladies accidentally develop a theme of video game related tunes, though Stace has yet to find out Iz's verdict on her pick this fortnight.

    So sit back, relax, and enjoy a podcast full of random singing, laughs and reviews a-plenty!






  • Comic Racks Episode 17 - The One With All The Tangents

    8 July 2008 (1:38pm GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 1 hours, 44 minutes and 26 seconds

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    Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls (go away, you innocent children shouldn't be hearing this kind of language!), welcome to Episode 17 of Comic Racks; the episode where no-one can stay on topic!

    That's right, it's Tangent City this episode as Stacey gets hyper on who knows what and Iz, still recovering from concussion, has to deal with that level of craziness.

    The girls cover highly important topics this fortnight, from the origins of The Cheeky Girls, to Stacey's Mr's giant birthday list, to whether Daniel Craig is a pouty woman or not, plus lots more in between.

    But fear not, my comic loving friends, for the girls do get their comic on and bust out a load of reviews, from Kick Ass to Fables, Dock Walloper to Maus, plus a couple of non-comic goodies along the way. This is mostly because they couldn't think of a proper topic, but hey, it's all good. During these spoiler-rific reviews Iz proclaims that everything ever is "fucking awesome", Stace brings everyone down and The Racks it's first ever joint Top of the Racks. That's right, folks, there's a comic out there so awesome that it gets the full Comic Racks endorsement! (Go buy it!)

    The regular Rack Music segment sees The Rack Ladies accidentally develop a theme of video game related tunes, though Stace has yet to find out Iz's verdict on her pick this fortnight.

    So sit back, relax, and enjoy a podcast full of random singing, laughs and reviews a-plenty!






  • Geek Syndicate - Writing Competition

    7 July 2008 (6:53am GMT)
    Episode Duration: 0 days, 0 hours, 21 minutes and 10 seconds

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    In this very mini special episode the guys chat about the entries to the recent Geek Syndicate write club competition and reveal the winner!

    Enjoy!



 
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