GE16: 5 Great Soundtracks

Not everyone movie has a great soundtracks. Bad movies can have amazing soundtracks and amazing movies can have sucky soundtracks. Stay tuned til the end for the Mailbag segment.

Jonathan reveals 5 Great Soundtracks. These soundtracks should appeal to various types of geeks.

  1. Star Wars
  2. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
  3. Juno
  4. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  5. Clerks.


Many thanks to Paul, Mike W. and Mike P. for their thoughts about other great graphic novels to read. They suggested:

  • Maus
  • Sin City
  • Transmetropolitan
  • Earth X
  • Criminal (by Ed Brubaker)
  • Richard Stark’s Parker (by Darwyn Cooke)
  • Beasts of Burden (by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson)
  • Nexus
  • Jimmy Corrigan
  • Tales to Thrizzle
  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Thanks also to Jared for his feedback expressing how much he likes the top 5 list episodes, the Cube of Death episode and his desire that Geeks Explicitly had a longer running time.

Don’t forget to listen to Episode 15: 5 GREAT Graphic Novels, if you haven’t done so yet.

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GE15: 5 GREAT Graphic Novels

What do you picture when you combine reading and Geeks Explicitly? Graphic novels of course. 5 Great Graphic Novels to be more precise.

Jonathan reveals 5 Great Graphic Novels. They contain no superheroes, are not manga, and steer clear of non-fiction.

  1. Bone by Jeff Smith
  2. FABLES by Bill Willingham
  3. Usagi Yojimbo by Stan Sakai
  4. Sin City by Frank Miller
  5. Y: The Last Man by Brian K. Vaughan

Jonathan also recommends that you visit No Flying, No Tights. That is a fantastic graphic novel resource run by a Massachusetts librarian as a one-stop shop for librarians, and everyone else, who want all things graphic novels.

Don’t forget to listen to Episode 14: Zombie Dice Review, if you haven’t done so yet.

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BRAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIINS! Ever play Zombie Dice or its sequel Zombie Dice 2 – Double Feature? Jonathan gives his recommendation.

Watch Wil Wheaton and others play Zombie Dice on his video podcast TableTop.

You can buy Zombie Dice from your friendly local game store for $13.13 and Zombie Dice 2 – Double Feature for $7.95. Learn more about Zombie Dice 2.

On the go? You can play Zombie Dice on your IOS device.

Don’t forget to listen to Episode 13: Cube of Death Review, if you haven’t done so yet.

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GE13: Cube of Death Review

Are you ready to enter the CUBE OF DEATH? Peter “Blix” Bryant, of the Tri Tac Games Podcast, sent this review copy of his game Cube of Death. Game mechanics are discussed followed by an analysis of the components. Thinking about purchasing this game? Jonathan gives his recommendation.

Learn more about Blix by checking out Studio187 and don’t forget to buy the Cube of Death for $19.99. Why not download the Cube of Death rules (Right click, Save As) before you buy?

Jonathan also suggests you listen to Episode 12: Jeremy Kostiew, Graphic Designer, if you haven’t done so yet.

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GE12: Jeremy Kostiew, Graphic Designer

Jeremy Kostiew, of, discusses being a graphic designer, a LARPer, and World of Warcraft gamer. We also spend a bit of time discussing wine. Geeks Explicitly is the #1 show on the Troll in the Corner Podcast Network!

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