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Mar 30, 2020

In this week's episode of the Geeks OUT Podcast, Kevin (@Gilligan_McJew) is joined by Brett Mannes from @comicbookqueers, as they discuss a proposed Marvel/DC crossover event, first look at Quibi's queertastic revival of Singled Out, and celebrate a special message from Jodie Whittaker's The Doctor as our Strong Female Character of the Week.

This Week's Topics Include:

BIG OPENING:  

 

DOWN & NERDY:

 

  • KEVIN: Child’s Play, Black Christmas, Star Trek: Picard, Steven Universe Future
  • BRETT: Harley Quinn, The Magicians, I’m Not Okay With This

 

 

 

STRONG FEMALE CHARACTER: Doctor Who shares a special message

 

THIS WEEK IN QUEER: New trailer for Quibi reboot of Singled Out

 

CLIP OF THE WEEK: New teaser for Solar Opposites

 

THE WEEK IN GEEK: 

MOVIES

 

TV

 

COMIC BOOKS

  • CAKE has been postponed until 2021
  • Creators call for a Marvel/DC crossover 

 

SHILF

  • KEVIN: Hulkling
  • BRETT: Hulkling
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