This time we discuss the “Harry Potter” series, both the books and the movies. Topics include: gadgets/spells we wish we could have, decisions J.K. Rowling regrets (and we do too), greatest moments in the series, and the ultimate reason why this series is so wildly popular.
This month’s Counterclockwise is all about HBO’s “Game of Thrones.” Is you-know-who really dead? Who is left to cheer for? Are TV viewers supposed to keep spoilers quiet so as not to offend book readers? Of all the deaths, what was the most memorable? We answer the questions you never asked!
This month’s Counterclockwise topic is the Marvel Cinematic Universe! And joining us to discuss four Marvel-themed topics are superhero aficionados Lisa Schmeiser and John Moltz. We do some fantasy casting, offer our choices for best and worst Marvel Cinematic Universe releases, plan future Marvel films, and try to find the comedy in super situations.
This month’s Counterclockwise topic is “Doctor Who”! And here to discuss four fresh “Doctor Who” topics in 42 minutes or less are “Doctor Who” podcast luminaries Steven Schapansky (Radio Free Skaro, The Memory Cheats) and Erika Ensign (Verity!, The Audio Guide to Babylon 5).
It’s time again for Counterclockwise, the panel show where four people discuss four geeky aspects of a single topic, and it’ll all get done in less than 42 minutes.
This week, Jason and Dan are joined by Scott McNulty and David Loehr to discuss “Star Trek.”
Our topics include: “Star Trek” ships, jumping off points for untold stories, future “Trek” TV series, and favorite characters. Plus we all reveal our Starfleet departments and shirt colors!
It’s time for Counterclockwise, the panel show where four people discuss four geeky aspects of a single topic, and it’ll all get done in less than 42 minutes.
This week on our inaugural Counterclockwise, Jason and Dan are joined by Tony Sindelar and John Siracusa to discuss “Star Wars.”
Our topics include: “Star Wars” ships and vehicles, the best scenes from the original trilogy, classic video games and books, and who’s going to die in “The Force Awakens.” Plus, we all pick our Sith names!