Joe, Brandon, and Allan take a trip with Max into the anime series JoJo’s Bizarre Adventures. Allan is excited to talk about the NASA program DART which just scored a direct hit. American Airlines has a strange issue with their in-flight intercom systems. Then the whole patrol gets to discuss the many things that the new Star Wars property “Andor” is getting right.
Category 2022 Shows
Geek Tank Radio: 9.17.2022: Live from the Cooper-Young Festival
Joe, Brandon, and Allan are surrounds by the crowds as they discuss the fun and food of festivals. The guys dive into topics like the Blues, BBQ, Elvis, and so much more that all make Memphis great. They wrap up with a talk about D23 and all of the content that Disney has coming out over the next few years from Marvel to the expanding Star Wars universe.
Geek Tank Radio: 9.02.2022: Winnie the Pooh and The Sandman
Joe, Brandon, and Allan start off with the new horror movie involving Winnie the Pooh. As more characters like this enter the public domain, more unusual uses like “Blood and Honey” will be forthcoming. Brandon also has a prediction about changes coming up in the streaming services and how content is divided up. They wrap up by getting into The Sandman. The comic book cult classic is finally now a live action that is delivering the goods.
Geek Tank Radio: 8.13.2020: Covington Comic Con
Joe, Brandon, and Allan are joined by Josh Mason from the Covington Comic Con. They dive into attending and running a fan-based convention in the post-pandemic era. Then, it is time to talk about all the changes coming soon to the DC Comics and Warner Brothers media projects.
Geek Tank Radio: 8.06.2022: The Orville Season Three
Joe, Brandon, and Allan dive into the new trailers for Black Panther 2 and speculate on the role Namor will play in the upcoming MCU movies. Then it is time to admire how The Orville Season Three matured into an amazing season and show.
Geek Tank Radio: 7.23.2022: So Much New Stuff
Allan does a shallow dive into all the media coming out over the next few months and comes up with too much stuff to cover in just an hour. Brandon provides a guiding light to follow into next year. Then, Joe and Max take us into the anime genre of space westerns complete with a new version of Trigun on the way.
Geek Tank Radio: 7.16.2022: The James Webb Space Telescope
Allan and Joe are joined this week by Scott J. Carroll and they start out with the K2 comet passing the earth. It was found by the Hubble Telescope and now the James Webb Space Telescope is taking over in a very big way. Scott dives in with the pros and cons of the surge of geeky fan base shows and movies now being the mainstream of entertainment. Max tackles a few philosophical questions posed by the third season of The Orville.
Geek Tank Radio: 7.09.2022: Raining Fish
Allan dives into the science behind a recent raining fish incident that actually provided evidence besides the fish. Joe gets up in arms over a few recent celebrity faux pas and their possible implications. Brandon guides them all into calmer waters.
Geek Tank Radio: 7.02.2022: Lots of Moon Junk
Joe, Brandon, and Allan start of the 4th if July weekend by celebrating one year on the air with News Talk 989. Then they get into just where is all the junk in space winding up. Not all of it burns up hitting the Earth’s atmosphere. Some of it is crashing into the moon. Keeping with space, the guys talk about the direction “The Orville” is taking now that they are on Hulu.
Geek Tank Radio: 6.25.2022: Kenobi wraps up and the Joe Bob’s Drive-In Jamboree comes to town.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan jump directly into the the finale of Kenobi. Besides the fact the guys all want real light sabers, they all enjoyed the series and the direction that the production teams are taking the Star Wars franchises. The guys squeeze in a few minutes about The Orville and are impressed with how the show has matured and improved now that it is over at Hulu. Greg Hallows joins the show to talk about Joe Bob’s Drive-In Jamboree coming to town July 8th – 10th. The event will feature a daytime convention complete with celebrity guests, live shows from the drive-in featuring Joe Bob Briggs, Darcy, and the rest of the Drive-In crew, and a film festival of drive-in style movies. More information can be found at https://joebobsjamboree.com/.