Assembly of Geeks Previews San Diego Comic-Con

This week’s Assembly of Geeks episode “The Evil Spielberg Pic & The San Diego Comic-Con Preview” is posted. From the show notes:

Picture Just look at that picture!  How does it make you feel?  In this episode, we take a look at some of the funny and questionable responses that it recently generated on the internet.  We also react to the new trailers for the classic Batman series Blu-ray and the latest from Guardians of the Galaxy.

With San Diego Comic-Con just around the corner, we discuss some of the recent announcements about panels, TV shows, pilots and exclusives.

Other news discussed includes whether we’ll see Sylar in Heroes Reborn, Brandon Routh’s return to being a superhero, Kevin Smith’s reaction to visiting the Episode VII set and the rumor about Billie Lourd’s role in the movie.

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A shout-out thank you to Roqoo Depot for another great review of our previous episode. Thanks for listening!

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