At the Pop Insider, we’re always on the hunt for new ways for you to #FuelYourFandom with the best in the pop culture universe. In the We Be Geeks Podcast Collective Weekly Roundup, we showcase a curated selection of podcasts for many interests. Whether you’re into Star Wars or Marvel, classic sci-fi, music, movies, comics, books, food, or just about anything in between, we think you’ll find something to love! These weekly podcasts also feature great conversations with special guests, including many of the creators and talent behind the content you love. And you just might catch a few members of the Pop Insider editorial team making appearances as well. We liked these shows so much, we joined the Geeks as a presenting sponsor!
Here’s what’s happening this week:
We Be Geeks 350: “Age Of Time With Neil Johnson”
This week, the Dashing Duo welcomes a friend of the show to the podcast, director Neil Johnson. Neil, director of sci-fi films and music videos for bands including Manowar, makes his second appearance on the podcast to talk about his latest projects, making movies, and his mutual love of Star Wars.
Wookie Radio 163: “The ModestoView with Middagh Goodwin”
On this week’s show, the Smugglers Three welcome promoter Middagh Goodwin to the podcast.
Goodwin hails from Modesto California, home of the Maker George Lucas, and one of the original organizers of Star Wars Day and the May The 4th festivities.
Mighty Marvel Geeks 295: “Creative With Brian Crosby”
This week, the Intrepid Trio is about to blow your minds with yet another epic interview!
Marvel Creative Director of Themed Entertainment Brian Crosby joins the show to drop some behind-the-scenes details on Disney Parks. Crosby’s background as a Disney Imagineer and lover of all things Marvel shines as he discusses how the company characterized Howard Stark and the Stark Expo’s relation to Walt Disney and EPCOT.
Keepers Of The Fringe 140: “We Shouldn’t Be Applauding this at All, It Would Have Been Better if it Was British”
This week, the Keepers are back and they need to do some venting. But give them just a few minutes to express themselves, and they will get right back to the amusement you come to the Keepers for. Promise.
This week’s topics include a possible Ayer Cut of the Suicide Squad, a rumored Grand Admiral Thrawn series for Disney+, a production restart for The Batman, a Coen Bros. reboot of Scarface, and more.
The New England Society Of Geeks 60: The Star Wars Chronological Rewatch Experiment, Part One
At last, we will reveal our experiment to the Jedi. At last, we will have … revenge? No that’s not quite right.
It’s time for part one of the Star Wars Chronological Rewatch Experiment (SWCRE)! Derrick will rewatch the entire Star Wars saga from beginning to end, including all movies and shows (both live-action and animated). Since this is part one of the experiment, that means that this episode is all about Episode I — The Phantom Menace.
Geek Watch One Issue No. 248: ” Spreading Love, One Geek At A Time”
The past week was one of extreme highs and successes and extreme lows and struggles. In light of it all, Geek Watch One is here to help you Keep Calm and Geek On! The crew touches on the successful SpaceX launch and the excitement of seeing the U.S. space program in action again while acknowledging the challenging times that many are experiencing.
Additionally, the Geek Watch One crew checks out HBOMax and discusses the reopening of Walt Disney World and other big pop culture stories.
Power Kid Podcast: “Talking AtGames with Harold Chizick”
From our sister publication, the Toy Book, comes the latest episode of the “Power Kid Podcast” with host Phil Albritton of Power Kid Design. In this week’s episode, Phil peaks with Harold Chizick, CEO of ChizComm and Beacon Media about AtGames, a digital media and tech innovation company that creates a host of gaming products for physical retail, digital distribution, and streaming. Most recently, AtGames has been focused on retro interactive entertainment with the Legends Ultimate Gaming Cabinet. Albritton and Chizick discuss how AtGames grew within the software and gaming industries.
Additionally, Chizick discusses the legacy of the Atari brand and the importance of merging modern and vintage technologies to make retro games accessible to a wide audience.
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