Somewhere in Shibuya lies a place where Torai Eisu, a manga concierge, guides people to the manga they “always wanted to read”.
In this program, we meet with him every month to hear his title selection, each time on a different theme.
In our first episode, the manga concierge introduces three manga
The GNN Podcast is back with episode 10 of the Weekly Wrap Up! Chris and Stitch reunite with Tia to bring you the latest in Geek news around the world. The exciting news never stops flowing in this week’s episode of the GNN Weekly Wrap Up! Our three friends, Chris,
The GNN Podcast is back with episode 6 of the Weekly Wrap Up! Stitch, Tia, and Chris come back after a holiday break to bring you the latest and greatest in movie news. They discuss the recent changes affecting YouTube, as well as recent tech blunders both in space and
On today's episode of the GNN Podcast: Weekly Wrap Up, Tia, Chris, and Stitch discuss the latest Marvel and movie news, as well as the exciting new Blizzcon announcements. Not only that, but they cover the newest in Geek celebrity news and the most interesting stories coming out of Japan.
Hello geeks! In this weeks episode of the GNN Podcast: Weekly Wrap Up, your hosts Chris and Tia take you through a recap of the weekly news. We talk about upcoming movies, games, science facts, new history being made, and new tech news.
Zombie gaming has become so popular that it essentially comprises its own category as a subset of action, adventure, and horror. Gamers love the idea of gunning down waves of the undead, and in some cases playful spins on zombie takeovers make for fun, lighthearted games as well. And the
Welcome to episode 2 of the GNN Podcast: Weekly Wrap Up. This week, Chris and Tia take us through all the amazing geek world news as well as a quick review of some of the new shows out.
Luna's Wandering Stars is an action puzzle game about gathering asteroids with the satellite under your control. The gameplay changes from world to world, sometimes playing like Angry Birds in space, other times like Lunar Lander or a two dimensional take on Portal. One core mechanic stays the same throughout,
Comedy is arguably one of the most difficult genres to write for, no matter what medium it's being created for. You've likely heard it thousands of times, that "comedy is subjective". Essentially what one person finds funny, another finds repulsive. Something you thought was hysterical when you were twelve, is
Matt and Chris talk about the Family Guy/Simpsons cross-over episode, the Magic: The Gathering card game movie, why Michael Bay is actually a good director, boycotting Urban Outfitters, and "fuck meat".
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