The New 52: Week Four

Tonight on GeekNights, we conclude our review of all 52 of the DC New 52 with week 4! Bam! Pow!

  • All Star Western
  • Aquaman
  • Batman: The Dark Knight
  • Blackhawks
  • The Flash
  • Green Lantern: New Guardian
  • Justice League Dark
  • The Savage Hawkman
  • Superman
  • Teen Titans
  • Voodoo

Be sure to check out the rest of the reviews with week 1, week 2, and week 3!

Book Club: "The Little Prince" and "Wind, Sand, and Stars"

Tonight on GeekNights, we bring you the GeekNights Book Club! Specifically, we discuss The Little Prince and Wind, Sand, and Stars, both by the larger-than-life Antoine de Saint-Exup

Elevator Source

Tonight on GeekNights, we consider Elevator Source: a "thrilling co-op experience" with "realistic elevator physics" and "cunning, state of the art AI!" Rym has some thoughts on Deus X: Human Revolution after having finished his 27 hours of play, Microsoft Flight is FREE, and Direct2Drive died and took some games with it (also know as "why I only ever buy games from Steam").

The New 52: Week Three

Tonight on GeekNights, late to the party and back from the slog, we bring week three of the DC New 52!

  • Batman
  • Birds of Prey
  • Blue Beetle
  • Dr. Manhattan Captain Atom
  • Catwoman
  • DC Universe Presents: Deadman
  • Green Lantern Corps
  • Legion of Super-Heroes
  • Nightwing
  • Red Hood and the Outlaws
  • Supergirl
  • Wonder Woman

Continuing our pledge to read each and every one of the 52 DC "reboots." In case you missed them, be sure to check out our coverage of week one and week two!

Eclipse Board Game

Tonight on GeekNights, we make our triumphant return from MAGFest X to bring you a review of Eclipse. In the news, PAX East 2012 is sold out (so you'd better have already bought tickets like we warned you), but you can still sign up to be an Enforcer. Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition is coming, and Vox is coming to take the game blogging world by storm.

Redline

Tonight on GeekNights, we review the much-hyped (and justifiably so) Redline. It's worth your while. It's also worth a non-anime-fan's while. It's also put out by Madhouse. Akio may or may not have a cameo.

The Ear, The Eye, and The Arm

Tonight on the GeekNights Book Club, we bring you our full and final thoughts on The Ear, the Eye, and the Arm (and the Oxford Comma) by Nancy Farmer. It's a charming, light book, set in a future Africa, that should be an enjoyable read for anyone who isn't a filthy Gondwanan.

Up next on the GeekNights Book Club, we discuss The Little Prince and Wind, Sand, and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exup

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