General Geekery Episode 4 podcast is up! →
Come listen to Episode 4: The Goblet of Geeks, to get the latest geek news and hear our first guest!
General Geekery is now on iTunes! →
You can now listen to and subscribe to the show via iTunes! Enjoy!
BBTS 7Pack Review Podcast →
Here is our bonus podcast! JD and Brian review the new Big Bad Toy Store GI Joe 7-packs! Come listen to the Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the new Marauder and Dreadnok figures!
Our podcast is now on Stitcher Radio! →
Yet another way to listen to the General Geekery podcast! Tune in an listen, damn you!
General Geekery Episode 3 podcast! →
We had a problem with our first podcast host, so we’ve dropped them like a bad habit. Come listen to this week’s episode of General Geekery: Mad Geeks Beyond Thunderdome!
GIJoe Polar Sharc →
this is the vehicle I reviewed on the podcast, courtesy Hisstank
Pictures of the deleted scenes Star Wars figures →
Thanks to Sandtrooper.com for pictures of the deleted scenes Star Wars figures we mentioned on last week’s show!
Sherlock Season 2!
Thanks to our British followers for providing Rapidshare links for Sherlock Season 2! It would be May before we’d get to see them here in the States. I simply couldn’t wait that long.
Sci-fi brothel opening in Vegas. A new way... →
I’ve heard Kirk has been waiting at the door for a week already…
Starbuck joins Riddick →
Toys R Us has new Star Wars figures in stock... →
They are already sold out of Sidious, Maul and a few others. I did pick up a Vos figure though. If I happen upon Maul in the stores, I might pick him up. -Brian
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The Live Action Star Wars Series Gets a Working... →
A live action Star Wars series? Yay! The fact that it is an allegory to the US political system? Boo!
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Here is Episode 2 of General Geekery! Hey, if we...
Bad News For Star Wars Toy Fans.
Hasbro updates their site with new product info and photos for their 2012 line. Of particular note are the new prices for The Vintage Collection ($9.99) and Clone Wars ($8.99) as well as their new Movie Heroes line ($8.99) which technically replaces Saga Legends in the hierarchy. -Thanks to Galactichunter.com for the info. Hasbro, you’re killing us with price hikes, the endless avalanche...