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It’s the end of 2016, and frankly we’re looking forward to the new year. For the past two years, Hank and Chris Pourteau have recorded a look back on the year. Those shows were so much fun for us that we wanted to share our love of geekiness on a more regular basis, hence Geeks of a Certain Age was born.

As is our tradition, we recorded our look back on 2016 and we’re posting it here and at GOACA. If you haven’t subscribed to Geeks yet, please take a moment to click over there now. You never know what we’ll talk about or who might show up.

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We mourn the losses of 2016. The list is too long to post here, but some notables we mention of course are Carrie Fisher, Prince, David Bowie, Richard Adams, and too many others.

Chris turns 50! Happy birthday OLD MAN.

Nostalgia for childhood things

    • Twilight Zone
    • Old movies
    • How the DC universe is changing (Geoff Johns taking over movies)
    • old pc/arcade games- Hank playing old adventure games with his son. Check out the King’s Quest remake
  • Passing along our geek genes to our kids
  • Corporate greed v. fan service
    • Star Trek: Axanar, Star Trek: Discovery


 Books Picks of 2016

Movies PIcks of 2016

  • Resurrection of Star Wars
    • Force AwaNostalgia for childhood things
      • Twilight Zone
      • Old movies
      • How the DC universe is changing, and our excitement over Geoff Johns taking he helm.
      • old pc/arcade games
    • Passing along our geek genes to our kids
    • Corporate greed v. fan service
      • Star Trek: Axanar, Star Trek: Discovery
    • Rogue One
  • Batman v. Superman
  • Captain America: Civil War
  • Star Trek Beyond
  • Suicide Squad
  • Dr. Strange

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Episode 151 | Geeks of a Certain Age Author Stories 2016 Crossover

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