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Category: Other Geekery

On this issue of the Geeky Brummie Podcast we introduce you to the new member of the Geeky Brummie crew, Shanice. We pick some musical selections for your aural delectation and catch up on the latest gaming news. Plus regular features The Geeky Brummie Pull List & Game(s) of the Week(s), and a whole lot more!

On this issue of the Geeky Brummie Podcast we review Netflix’s The Mitchell’s vs The Machines. We look at some hot new stuff on the way with Trailer Talk and some non animated things for your eyes in Geek Reads. Plus regular features The Geeky Brummie Pull List & Game(s) of the Week(s), and a whole lot more!

On this issue of the Geeky Brummie Podcast we relive our earliest PlayStation memories, review the first three episodes of Invincible, lament the loss of the PlayStation 3 and PS Vita stores, and play the first round of our new quiz. “Badly Drawn…” . Plus regular features The Geeky Brummie Pull List & Game(s) of the Week(s), and a whole lot more!

On this issue of the Geeky Brummie Podcast we see if Zack Snyder’s vision for Justice League is worthy of a recut. Dive into the world of blockchain to try and answer what is an NFT and what do they do. Look at Pokémon at 25 and how that little furry electric mouse and friends took over the world. Plus regular features The Geeky Brummie Pull List & Game(s) of the Week(s), and a whole lot more!

Join us for our 5th Anniversary Special, originally livestreamed on YouTube on 20/02/2021. We talk WandaVision, Nintendo Direct, The Geeky Brummie Pull List, Game(s) of the Week(s) and a live ‘Setting the Scene’ challenge! Plus interviews with Adam Woodall, Graham Woods, Stacey Taylor and Steve Tanner!

We’re approaching the 1-year anniversary of the first lockdown here in the UK, and well into the third iteration.
With geeky shops and hangouts closed for walk-ins, for nearly a year. This put a lot of those businesses and workers in danger but it has a major impact on the geeky subculture in the city. These destinations are more than regular shops. They formed the basis for social activities and inspired friendship groups. They held events which brought us together to play, talk and bond over a mutual interest. Importantly, many of these places provide a safe space for those of us who need it.

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