Super Hero Speak – #283: A tribute to the True Believer!

In this episode Super Hero Speak pays tribute to the legend and legacy of Stan Lee, ’nuff said.

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Episode 70 – Star Wars Monthly Monday #11

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Our EPIC Movie Month Marathon Begins!!

All through the month of September, we’re suspending our regular show formats to bring you coverage of some of our favorite films from the worlds of Star Wars, Star Trek, Comic Books, and general geekdom!!

First up, it’s the Freaks’ tribute to the mighty STAR WARS! Not “A New Hope”, “Episode IV” or some stupid “Special Edition”. Just plain Star Wars — 1977 style!! Why they love it and how they first saw it. PERIOD.

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Too Old to Grow Up! – Episode 75 – A Tribute to John Hughes

Few filmmakers leave an impression that stays with us throughout our lives. We lost one of them recently, and Too Old to Grow Up looks back to remember John Hughes.