This month of Captain's Comic Log, our friend Josh "Captain Nostalgia" Burkey of Victims and Villains takes a look at the graphic novel "Wonder Woman" by Mike Deodato. While discussing the themes of this book, Josh also brings up a great conversation about the meaning of life!
For week 2 of Geekmas 2018 Celeste sat down to watch the 1970 classic, "Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town!" While the movie as whole was fun, it was the ending monologue that stuck out to Celeste. What was so special about this speech? Watch and Find out or read the article version down below.
For this week's episode of Comm Talk, we decided to talk about two of our favorite holidays; Thanksgiving and Christmas! In this episode, we talk about how we celebrate both of these holidays and what they mean to us.
It is officially Geekmas 2018! This week Dallas takes a look at the 1964 classic Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer! What can we learn from this classic story about a bullied Reindeer who saves Christmas? Watch and fight out!
Thanks to our Devoted Patreon Geeks, we were able to get our hands onto DC Universe. This week's devotional is a direct result of that! This week Celeste takes a look at an interesting scene from Episode 7 of Titans. In this episode, called Asylum, Dick wrestles with his hurt and finally decides to do something physically that symbolically helped him get some healing, he burned his Robin costume. What's interesting about this is that there may be times where we, in a similar action, need to do something physical to walk out our healing. To learn more check out this episode!
Is DC's new streaming service, DC Universe, worth getting? Is the new DC Series Titans worth watching? Hear our thoughts today and leave comments letting us know your thoughts!
As we recover from our Thanksgiving Turkey Coma, our friends from Geeky Guys for God OC step in to bring you this week's devotional. This week they take a look at two particular individuals who had a lot of similarities but responded in very different ways to Jesus. One is the Rich Young Ruler, and the other is Zacchaeus. What makes these two's responses so different?