The one that started it all, GGR Pirate Radio!
Mike, Steve, and Rambo welcome back the wonderfully talented Steve Conley to the Great Geek Refuge. They discuss with Mr. Conley their favorite comics from 2018. They then discuss with Steve how he got into art, what motivates him, and so much more (including his favorite sandwich of course).
Recorded January 12th, 2019 via Skype at the Great Geek Recording Studios.
Part 2 of our GGR Pirate Radio interview with Lan Pitts, author of WWE: Forever. Mike and MC discuss with Lan “in the Diner” his likes and dislikes when it comes to food, music, movies, and more! Tune in and get to know a little bit more about Lan!
Recorded Friday January 11th 2019 via Skype.
Mike and MC invite writer Lan Pitts with them to "the Diner." Lan is the writer of Boom Studios' "WWE: Forever" which comes out January 30th. Mike, MC and Lan discuss the project and their mutual love of professional wrestling.
Recorded January 11th, 2019 via Skype.
Part 2 of the premiere episode of “The Diner:” our round-table discussion podcast about those geeky things we’ve all talked about around a plate of pancakes with our friends. Mike, Steve and MC cover more of the things they’re looking forward to in 2019.
Recorded January 4th, 2019 via Skype.
We all had awesome geeky conversations with our friends in a diner of some sort growing up, so GGR Pirate Radio now has a show that replicates those late night talks. Mike, Steve and MC discuss what they're looking forward to in 2019.
Recorded Friday January 4th, 2019 via Skype.
Part 2 of our 2018 Year In Review! Mike, Steve, MC and Steve talk about their favorite movies, TV shows, comics, and books. Plus they gave some shoutouts and thank yous to everyone who’s been a part of the podcasts or website this year.
MC recaps his experiences at attending his very first Magfest, and how it compares to some of the other conventions that he has attended.
It's a recap of my year, getting involved with RDRR, then GGR and what to look forward to for next year — MC
MC speaks to Haizle Williams, Director of Development for Rad Magpie. They help creatives who have ideas for games, both video games and table top games, but don't have the money or resources to turn them into reality. They speak about the organization, games, even spoke on how the landscape of gaming has changed as well as how public opinion has changed between when they were growing up and today. They also end with a game of “Thanksgiving Food Draft.”
n this episode of The Overflow, MC Brooks is joined by fellow blerds Dana Holmes and Row Rinnegan to recap the 2nd annual Blerdcon.
MC Brooks is back with another great episode of The Overflow. Topics include: toxic relationships in your personal life and dealing with celebrities, musicians, actors, and other artists who lead toxic lives.
On this episode of "The Overflow", MC Brooks sits down with local VA rapper C-Gats of the rapper/producer duo GatZilla discussing their latest album "The Feeding Grounds", his process for creating music, and Brooks ranks his top pizza chains!
Premiere episode of The Overflow with MC Brooks. Originally aired on ROCKDEEP ROGUE RADIO.
MC Brooks has his new album available! Check it out and help support on Bandcamp! Click on the album cover!
Here’s our newest podcast project, Stop Me If You’ve Heard This…
Mike dives in to the life and career of Tom Petty in honor of the 1 year anniversary of his passing.
This episode of Stop Me If You’ve Heard This tackles the often scoffed-at “Gulf and Western” “Drunken Caribbean Rock” icon Jimmy Buffett and his incredible rise to millionaire status and popular music icon.
Mike delves into the seminal southern California punk rock band, The Offspring and their renaissance man leader singer, Dexter Holland.
Mike did a solo episode last night about the remarkable story of Weezer's second album, Pinkerton. It's genesis, reception, and overall impact on the music world is quite an interesting story. Give it a listen!
Ulie and panelists Drew Bittner, Roberto Ortiz and MC Brooks discuss The CW's Arroverse Elseworlds crossover event and reflect on the contrasts between Marvel and DC movie/television adaptations.
We delve into the vault for these special, never before heard interviews from the FF archives! Puppeteer Tim Rose, who performed such timeless characters as Salacious Crumb, Howard the Duck and Admiral Ackbar talks with Ulie about his career and the art and science of animatronics. And, in his final FF interview, legendary comics illustrator, the late Herb Trimpe, talks about being the first artist to draw Wolverine in a comic book as well as his work on The Hulk, G.I. Joe, Transformers and Rom the Space Knight.
Original air date December 8, 2018 on 96.7 WERA FM.
Ulie and panelists Roberto Ortiz, Julian Lytle and Mike Lunsford discuss the complexities of the career of the late Stan Lee, chairman emeritus of Marvel Comics and co-creator of some of the most well known comic book characters of all time. Featuring the official FF review of the latest movie from J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World of Harry Potter, "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald."
Original air date: November 17, 2018 on 96.7 WERA FM.
Ulie and panelists Brandon Troy, Julian Lytle and Han Pan discuss Retroactive continuity, or retcon for short, the literary device in which established facts in a fictional work are adjusted, ignored, or contradicted by a subsequently presented work which breaks continuity with the former.
Original air date: November 10, 2018 on 96.7 WERA FM.
Official SPOILER FREE review of, "Aquaman," from DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. from the Saturday, December 22, 2018 episode of The Fantastic Forum Radio Show on WERA 96.7 FM in Arlington, VA.