The Weekly Worship: The other ‘Spider’ man returns!

This is exactly what the UFC needs. While the company has obviously monopolized the rest of the fight industry with thrice-monthly shows, unprecedented merchandising, and a spectacular global audience, the fight fed hasn’t garnered much water-cooler talk since Ben Henderson’s “upset” over Frankie Edgar back in February. And even that battle couldn’t share bunks with the …

ASM Q&A: Words from the World-Wide-Webb (last name purely incidental!)

As you can tell from this earlier post, the Reverend and I have already waxed poetically about our feelings on the re-boot of the Spider-Man film franchise, after seeing it on Sunday night at the L.A Times Hero Complex screening. Also present? The film's director Marc Webb. While we certainly alluded to his presence and touched upon …

The Amazing Spider-Man: Biology vs. Chemistry… We’ll take the latter!

Emma Fyffe: First off, we want to thank Geoff Boucher and the LA Times Hero Complex for giving us a chance to see an exclusive screening of Amazing Spider-Man and cover another great Q&A! Travis Moody: Absolutely! And don’t forget the free “medium” popcorn (largest medium popcorn ever) and soda. Fyffe: Bad-ass! Okay, so last …

Shazam!, Spider-MEN, and our Fri Con Sched’, man.

DC Comics has done a wonderful job in the past 10 months keeping pace with their web-tastic friends over in New York. Certainly, what a difference a year makes. One immediate glaring difference are the few books that cost $3.99. All of DC's extra-cost floppies include a back-up story. Action Comics, Batman, All-Star Western, and Justice …

The Weekly Worship: Comic Con 2012’s Bringin’ Da Galaxy!

I was wrong. Marvel's big splash won't be another Hulk movie/remake. Well, while that option's still possible, it's more than likely we'll be seeing a whole ton of Banner in Iron Man 3. And since you remember the brilliant bipolar brain leaving with Tony towards the end of the World's Greatest Geek Film, that would probably be …

Dial 9-1-1!!! (Or the local nursing home…) Sycho Sid is back!

At least for one night. With E3 just barely on the backburner and Comic Con swiftly creeping up (July 12 is nearly here, already, hot damn), wrestling has easily been the lowest topic on GHG's nerd totem pole. Suplex Sermon podcast delays withstanding, pro wrasslin' just hasn't been that good either. Apologies to Hulk Hogan's "reality wrestling" …

Prometheus: Engineers disappoint God, Scientists disappoint.. Everyone else!

Exclusive review! Exclusive review! Oh, who are we kidding… We're as late to the party as parents shacked up in the Bahamas during prom season. But that's OK: Prometheus, Ridley Scott's third entry into the world of sci-fi (a perhaps not-so-quite ironic 30-years later), gives us all something to geek about. A lot to debate. There are …