Geek Speak #19: Ratchet and Clank Go On a Cosmic Road Trip
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Welcome to the 19th episode of Geek Speak! This week we dissect what Hulk’s inclusion in Thor: Ragnarok means for our favorite rage monster and we make fun of Arrow Season 3’s angst.
The topics we cover this week are:
- Two X-Men TV series announced, Hellfire on Fox and Legion on FX
- Moon Knight Netflix series rumored
- Iron Fist Netflix series might be cancelled
- Hulk confirmed to appear in Thor: Ragnarok
- Ratchet and Clank Trailer
- Godzilla vs. King Kong movie announced, will start cinematic universe
- Batman Arkham Knight getting new DLC, including “Season of Infamy” and Batman vs. Superman skins
- Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD remake might be coming
- Friday the Thirteenth game announced, has a Kickstarter
- One of our weekly segments, ‘My Humble Opinion,’ when we both talk about a controversial opinion that we have that wasn’t brought up in this week’s news. This week features Arrow and Flash gripes, and a preview of next week’s informal reviews of Crimson Peak and Goosebumps.
- Finally, ‘WhoDaWin,’ now with its own intro, our weekly segment when we have two randomly selected characters duke it out in a randomly selected challenge. This week features Nathan Drake, Ben 10, Kirby and more.
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And that’s it for this week! Geek Speak will be a weekly show posted each Friday (ish). See you next week!
Is the Hulk good for ‘Thor: Ragnarok’? At what point do we have too many superhero shows? Will the ‘Ratchet and Clank’ movie finally break the video game movie curse? Let us know what you think in the comments or email us firstname.lastname@example.org.
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