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Arlo J. Wiley

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Paul and AJ are, you know, they’re…I think the word is “geeks”? Geeks. Yes. And sometimes, they challenge each other. Lord knows they challenge each other. And sometimes such a challenge between geeks is bestowed the rank of Geek Challenge. For the first time in far too long, such a

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The Debatable Podcast‘s Greg Sahadachny has bullied his way onto another podcast. This time, he forces Paul and AJ to discuss storytelling in video games, and whether or not harder games are more fulfilling than easy ones. Throughout this, the words “ludology” and “narratology” are bandied about as if anyone

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The Gobbledygeek gang, aided once more by Broken Magic author Eric Sipple, discuss Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

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On the new episode of Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ sail away for a discussion of Darren Aronofsky’s strange new biblical epic Noah.

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You ever have that dream where Paul and AJ are discussing the greatest comic book of all time in ten spoiler-free monthly installments? Yeah, us too: beginning with this episode, the boys bring the Four-Color Flashback feature to the show, dissecting Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman through the rest of the year. Friend of the

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The BastardCast’s Jason Tabrys returns to Gobbledygeek to talk Veronica Mars, Batman & Superman: Friendship Is Magic, and so much more.

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First, The Gentlemen’s Guide to Midnite Cinema discussed Three Colors: Blue. Then, The Debatable Podcast talked about Three Colors: White. Now, as the last stop on this epic pod crawl, Paul and AJ discuss the final film of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s Three Colors trilogy–and his final film, period–Red. The boys dig deep on this one, discussing the nature

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On the new episode of Gobbledygeek, Paul and AJ pay tribute to the late, great Harold Ramis by discussing his films, including Ghostbusters.

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Gobbledygeek’s first-ever Book Club comes to a conclusion as Paul, AJ & their co-readers discuss the end of S. by J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst.

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The penultimate installment of the Gobbledy-Book Club is here, as Kenn Edwards of So Let’s Get to the Point and Project Batman joins Paul and AJ to discuss chapters 7-8 of J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S. The book–both books!–is heading toward its conclusion, so of course, things only get more complicated. S. becomes the assassin

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Shifting identities. Confessions of love. Chases in the dark. Names. Lots of names. These things and more can be found in chapters 4-6 of J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s S., here discussed by your learned and astute co-readers. The Debatable Podcast‘s Greg Sahadachny joins Paul and AJ for the second week of

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Gobbledygeek seeks to nourish your mind with a new book club discussing J.J. Abrams and Doug Dorst’s novel-within-a-novel S.

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The exceedingly British Wesley “Wezzo” Mead makes his triumphant return to Gobbledygeek, where he regales Paul and AJ with the triumphant story of his triumphantly watching five terrible movies (well, one of them wasn’t bad) in one triumphant day. It’s all very triumphal. Paul also recounts how Alabama went post-apocalyptic wasteland

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Faithful companion Eric Sipple guides new Whovians Paul and AJ through the timey-wimey, wibbly-wobbly world of Doctor Who in this week’s Gobbledygeek.

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Tim Gibson’s ‘Moth City’ continues to impress with it’s depthy horror tale and its use of the digital comics medium.

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It’s all come down to this. A year of rambling, raging, and running off at the mouth has led to this one final episode of 2013. And, you know, finales are difficult things. How do you encapsulate the year that come’s before, to pay homage and tribute to everyone and

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