Gaslamp fantasy, also called gaslight fantasy, is Steampunk's more magically-inclined cousin. It's a subgenre of fantasy (and more specifically of Historical Fantasy) with a setting that is clearly recognizable as the real-world 19th or very early 20th century (or a reasonable analog thereof).
Today on Commtalk we see Glix and Celeste start a discussion about the DC Star Girl. We are able to watch this show thanks to our Devoted Patreon Geeks. https://open.spotify.com/episode/1FOui4C0bX1Ek0tTW4O1T2 Listen to this Podcast on Spotify 0.58- Celeste Mis-speaks and says that we have had 7 weeks of Quarantine podcasts when in fact there has … Continue reading 071:Quarantine Podcast 5: Star Girl
This week during our Quarantine podcast Celeste and Glix attempt to soothe Godzilla even though he misses Dallas.
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Mythical Mayhem Month has begun and this week Dallas takes a look at Oni from Japanese Mythology. What can we learn from these mythical goblins? Join us to find out! https://youtu.be/wDjo-bfxRsM Podcast Version https://anchor.fm/s/1005068/podcast/rss Blog Post Version Geek Devotions kicks off Geekmas 2023 with a theme centered around "Mythical Madness." In this intriguing exploration of … Continue reading What can we learn from Oni? | What’s on the inside will come out | Geekmas Mythical Mayhem Month!
In 1994, Steve Wang brought forth the sequel to the Americanized Tokusatsu, Guyver: Dark Hero, to life in a direct-to-video format. While it was more critically successful than “The Guyver” (1991), critics still didn’t care for it. Join the crew of the Bottom Shelf as they strive to discover the truth behind this film. Is … Continue reading How Bad is Guyver Dark Hero?
The events of Apollo 13 shows us the power of creativity and ingenuity when limited resources are at hand yet a major task is ahead. What can the church learn from this? Join us as Celeste takes a look at this very question. https://youtu.be/LBeaISygxL0