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Geek Speak #1: Superheroes Galore

It’s the inaugural episode of “Geek Speak” where we speak… well, you get it.

Marvel / Netflix

A.K.A (JUST) JESSICA JONES

Welcome to the first official episode of Geek Speak! Each week, your hosts Adam and Steve will find and discuss the biggest, geeky news of the week for your listening pleasure.
The topics we cover this week are:

  • David Tennant cast as Purple Man in Netflix’s A.K.A. Jessica Jones
  • Lego Marvel’s The Avengers and Lego Jurassic World announcements
  • Chris Pratt is rumored to be the new Indiana Jones
  • Ghostbusters reboot cast announcement
  • Super Smash Bros. DLC, adding “new” 8-player stages
  • Aquaman won’t be blond, might have hook for hand
  • Gorilla Grodd in The Flash
  • Assassin’s Creed reflections
  • WhoDaWin? Our weekly segment where we take different characters from across nerdom and pit them against each other in different challenges. This week, it is a simple fight to the death.

Note: The following podcast contains spoilers for Arrow at some point. SPOILER ALERT!


And that’s it for this week! Geek Speak will be a weekly show posted each Friday. See you next week!

 Are you interested in all of the Marvel series on Netflix? Was “Assassin’s Creed Unity” a disappointment? Who should be in the next ‘WhoDaWin’? Let us know in the comments below or email us at geekspeak@younerded.com.

About Adam McConnell (97 Articles)
Adam McConnell is a staff writer at YouNerded.com. He is a dorkasaur and only wants to be accepted by society. You can follow him on Twitter @boyuvdarkness.

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