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Comic-Con 2019: Dragon Ball World Tour! BREAKING WORLD RECORDS!!

We get so excited to see this exhibition every year! Long live Dragon Ball!!

 

Anna Getting Ready to help Break a World Record!

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These 3 photos of the Guinness World Record Largest Kamehameha are NOT Ours


Top image courtesy of Funimation, middle images Blufin, bottom image Jah’lon Escudero

Now to OUR PICTURES!!!!!

Here’s an short Instagram story of the exhibition

For more great Dragon Ball content check out this playlist of past interviews and DB events we’ve done over the years

And check out the rest of our Comic-Con 2019 photos HERE

Dragon Ball Super: Broly Interview with Sean Schemmel

We we’re lucky enough to spend some time chatting with iconic voice actor Sean Schemmel (Voice of Goku & King Kai) about the upcoming movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly! Sean also talks about playing Goku Black, some of his favorite career moments in DBZ, and then we veer off into some Apocalypse talk, Yay!

 

Dragon Ball Super: Broly will be in theaters across North America on January 16, 2019.

Here’s a link to some of our great Dragon Ball Content – http://geekworldradio.com/?s=dragon+ball

 

 

Comic-Con 2018! Laika Live!!!

We were lucky enough to experience Laika Live at this years Comic-Con! Check out the pics and video!

 

Outside the event

Coraline

Puppeteer’s workshop

Stop Motion

Sets and Models

Sneak peak of their upcoming film – Missing Link

Custom Laika Shoes

Ice Cream!!

Puppeteers Austen Weitzel & Nick Smalley-Ramsdale Explain Their Craft!!!

 

 

This Week’s Episode: Best and Worst E3 2017 Trailers!

 

On this week’s show we’ll talk about the video game trailers from this years E3. What we thought was the best, worse and just the plain mediocre.

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Here’s some of the Trailers we’ll be talking about

The Importance of Uhura

DUST continues their Afrofuturism series by taking a look at Star Trek‘s Uhura.

Played by Nichelle Nichols in the original series, Uhura was depicted as an integral part of the crew and became an inspiration to many people who, for the first time, were seeing somebody they could relate to, somebody with their skin color, in this future context. She was so important that when Nichols considered leaving the show Dr. Martin Luther King helped convince her to stay on.

Beyond the importance of Uhura in terms of sci-fi, Nichols and her co-star William Shatner broke barriers by portraying the first inter-racial kiss on American TV. Star Trek helped to show the world that the future would not only be diverse, but that everybody would be treated equally.

This series from DUST is narrated by rapper Little Simz and spotlights some of the most important figures in Afrofuturism.

-Anna Levine

The Magicians Interviews

We’re so excited that The Magicians season 2 starts on Wednesday! We had the pleasure of interviewing the cast and creators of this fantastic show during Comic-Con 2016. Here’s what we have up on our YouTube channel so far (Stay tuned for more):

Jade Tailor (Kady)

Olivia Taylor Dudley (Alice)

Rick Worthy (Dean Fogg)

John McNamera and Sera Gamble (Executive Producers)