Stay Cool, Geek 160: Spidey's Web-Wings Reveal Trailers

The Super Bowl brought us a superabundance of trailers. Kurt brings in Chicago's own Jerrod Wigton to break them down and decide whether it gets us more or less excited to see the film. 

GOTG vol2! Logan! John Wick 2! Transformers The Last Knight! Life! Urrr, Baywatch? The Fate and the Furious! POTC Dead Men Tell No Tales! A Cure For Wellness! Urrr... Baywatch... seriously? STRANGER THINGS 2!!

The guys also talk about the history of Spider-Man films as Jerrod reveals his feelings regarding his favorite super-hero character of all-time. Tobey, Andrew, Holland... the good, the bad, the exciting... and will Miles Morales appear in the new Spidey Universe?

Finally, a longtime trekker, Jerrod tells us what he hopes will come from Star Trek Discovery. 

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Stay Cool, Geek 159: DC's Last Jedi

In which Kurt returns with co-host Dave Jahblahblah to break down everything happening at Warner Brothers in conjunction with the DCU-

Ben Affleck isn't directing Batman.

The Flash gets a page one rewrite.

Black Adam gets his own solo film.

And casting rumors abound on The Green Lantern Corps film.

The guys also talk about the new Star Wars title, The Last Jedi; and wonder if the involvement of James Cameron can save The Terminator franchise. 

Finally, thoughts on the new FX series Legion and the result of Kurt's "ClearTheFence campaign. 

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Stay Cool Geek 142: The Great Glass Elevator of DC

Aquaman vs Namor. Black Manta's bizarre origin story. Deadman's giant high rise red collar. Shazam's short cape. Martian Manhunter's suspenders. And the Frankenstein Monster. Kurt and fellow DC nerd Dave Jahblahblahblah debate these incredibly important issues.

They also discuss the passing of Gene Wilder, the announcement of Deathstroke in a solo Batman movie, the characters of Justice League Dark, whether the Rock's creative control over a Shazam film is a good thing, the return of Adam West & Burt Ward, and the growing CW TV universe.

Finally, Tom Wilson aka Biff from Back to the Future is up to some interesting things, and the guys break down the meaning of his "I Am Pop Art" video.

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