DorkDuo #3: The ‘Aftermath’ of Multiple Dimensions

We talk about DC crossing dimensions and dissect Nintendo’s mobile plan.

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25 Days of ‘Star Wars,’ All Year Round

Welcome to the third episode of DorkDuo! In this episode Adam reviews Star Wars: Aftermath and Steve gives his thoughts on the new Smash Bros characters.

The topics we cover this week are:

  • The Flash to make an appearance on Supergirl
  • Reboot Roundup: Magic Tree House live-action film in the works, MaCgyver movie with series creator as producer
  • Arkham Knight cancelled for Mac and Linux
  • My Nintendo launching in March
  • Bayonetta and Corrin released for Smash Bros
  • Nintendo teases that it’s second mobile game will feature a ‘best-known character’
  • LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Announced
  • My Humble Opinion: Our weekly segment where we both give our honest opinions on what we have recently played/watched recently. This week features Star Wars: Aftermath and Call of Duty: Black Ops 3
  • ‘WhoDaWin:’ Our weekly segment where we randomly pick two characters from across the Geek universe and pit them against each other in a random competition so that we can decide ‘Who Would Win, or ‘WhoDaWin.’

Listen to DorkDuo #3: The ‘Aftermath’ of Multiple Dimensions

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And that’s it for this week! DorkDuo will be a weekly show posted each Friday(ish). See you next week!

Will you join Adam in reading the new canon of ‘Star Wars’? Should DC do more multidimensional stuff? Tell us your opinion in the comments or email us

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

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