Geekshock December, 19th 2012 by Todd Bristow

Geek Shock #170 - Letters To Farmhouse



Our nearly two hour long, holiday extravaganza includes the long awaited return of Big Black and non-awaited return of Dr. Vlarg as we pontificate on such nerdly matters such as Porn watchers having a short attention span, Troll: The Rise of Harry Potter, The Hobbit Trek Into Darkness, The truth of the Matrix, Superduperman and the ownership thereof, The joys of Ikea, Porn watchers having a short attention span, Weird Desks, let the nerd blame begin, Oates & Hall, K9 Syfy, Wenis U, The Indy mystery, Humanity against cards, Porn watchers having a short attention span, and the continuing saga of Carlos Romero and his sidekick on the side, Doodles. On the first day of Christmas, your true nerds gave to you… Geek Shock!

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  • Professor Biggs says

    Yes, I was head-banging with Carl. And there is a part of me that thinks a lot of the New 52 changes to Superman had to do with distancing the current version of Superman, et al, from the original Siegel and Schuster creation. Now that this looks like an eventual done deal, Carl is right; this opens up all kinds of future possible uses of the character in other media. Having said all that, the current copyright law states 75 years from original publication. Which means that the original Action Comics stories would be entering public domain next year. Needless to say, there are certain corporate entities (such as the one involved with the giant talking rodent) that want to revise this law.

    It’s pronounced Mix-yez-pitl-ik. And he only has to say the name backwards once. However, that was pre-New 52.