This week the Fanholes talk their favorite games from the Nintendo Entertainment
System, some great TV series that still fell prey to "Jumping The Shark", the wild
and crazy trope of Alternate Universes in popular fiction, and discuss the current
feature film, Captain America: The First Avenger.
Part forty-eight of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular segment covers the Filmation animated television series, The New Adventures of Batman, that aired on the CBS network in the year 1977!
The guys at Swedefest.com got together and decided to do their own version of the trailer for The Avengers, and needless to say, their take is... unique.
Part forty-seven of an ongoing series about the History of Comic Books
that have been adapted for movies and television. This particular
segment covers the live-action television series, The New Original Wonder Woman, that aired on both ABC and CBS from 1975 to 1979 !
This episode, the gang talks about the news and offerings coming from this year's San Diego Comic-Con.
Moving on to the decade of the 1970s the History of Comics On Film has a brand new introduction along with a look at the Filmation produced animated television series US of Archie that ran on CBS from 1974 to 1976.
My quick thoughts on the 1st two weeks of DC's New 52 line of comics.
This episode has the Fanholes boldly going where they've never gone before! An all Star Trek Podcast! It starts off with a somewhere cold segment on Star Trek Voyager, then the Fanholes share which of the feature Trek films is their favorite, next comes the age-old dilemma of Kirk vs. Picard, and finally we hear the Fanholes weigh in on the 2009 Star Trek feature film.
Moving on to the decade of the 1970s the History of Comics On Film has a brand new introduction along with a look at 1974 movie-length television pilot of Cathy Lee Crosby's Wonder Woman!
This episode is all about going to the movies! The gang talks their favorites, from Foreign Films to Martial Arts Flicks. Then back to other genres such as Musicals and Action Films!
Moving on to the decade of the 1970s the History of Comics On Film has a brand new introduction along with a look at 1973 Hanna-Barbera produced animated series Super Friends!
Episode 2 "Project Mayhem"
After awakening in a war torn world, Geist rallies his forces to execute the mysterious Project Mayhem and has a run in with someone from the past.
Part 1 also included.
Our fourteenth episode features the group talking about their first music album and their first concert, then goes to Somewhere Cold to talk about the worst comic book crossover they've ever experienced. After that, it's video game discussion with the Red Faction series, and rounding it off is For The Fute-Cha!, focusing on DC's upcoming "reboot" of 52 of their main titles.
Episode 1 "I Was Frozen Today!"
The first Episode of my MD Geist Abridged. Geist finds himself awakened from his long imprisonment in space. The world he finds is a hellish mixture of late 80's and early 90's cliches.
Our twelfth episode, the gang talks about the television series Smallville and the recent Series Finale, the comic book Invincible by Robert Kirkman, their favorite James Bond movies, and in the segment For The Fute-Cha! discuss the recent announcement of Marvel producing a Massive Multi-Player Online Video Game!
Our eleventh episode, the gang talks to Paige aka Kurobako! A talented voice and stage actress who just so happens to be a huge fan of Beast Wars!
The Fanholes discuss her time as a Video Game Voice Actress and then participate in a round table discussion about their favorite Beast Wars characters.
Our ninth episode features the group talking to Justin Spurlock, one of the primary creative forces behind the internet web series Go Sukashi!
This episode the gang talks about their favorite actors who have portrayed Batman or Superman, discuss the cartoon Batman Brave & Bold, relive the Worst Superman and Batman Video Games they've ever played, and in the segment For The Fute-Cha! disclose the things they are most looking forward to from the 2011 Toy Expo!
A collaboration between YouTube stars Joey Graceffa and Luke Conrad have resulted in this Hunger Games music video that parodies Britney Spears' "I Wanna Go."
Fanholes Episode # 7: But I Dolphin'd You! This episode, the Fanholes lead off with a round table discussion about Hollywood's current love affair with comic book movies, then moves on to the currently-airing cartoon Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated, followed by the Marvel comic cosmic event, The Thanos Imperative, and finally in the For The Fute-Cha! segment, talks about the trailer for Rise of the Planet of the Apes.