The Geekbox: Episode 47

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The Geekbox — Episode 47 (2010-01-08)
Wherein we discuss playing games with the family, trivial information, The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, our eternal love for Batman: Arkham Asylum, the A-Team, the most idiotic manbaby in comics, the Lost Supper, and learning to love the Venture Bros. Starring Ryan Scott, Andrew Fitch, Justin Haywald, and Ryan Higgins.
Running Time: 1h 6m 29s
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9 Responses to “ “The Geekbox: Episode 47”

  1. Nelson says:

    I just read that Electronic Gaming Monthly is relaunching, that is the best news that I have heard in a very long time. Thank God!

  2. Patrick D says:

    Hey Guys and Girl,
    Episode 47 was unable to get on my iPod. Thought it was broke for a second, but then I figured out it quit syncing when it started syncing Episode 47. Is my iPod telling me that this episode is cursed?

  3. sdf says:

    Justin seemed fine. It’s the mega-aggroed Jade boss that needs to be on cooldown.

  4. justin sucks says:

    please keep justin off the podcast. the arrogant, manically depressed hipster cunt brings nothing to the podcast

  5. Greg says:

    I just watched a pile of trailers over at wired and the A-Team one looks pretty cool; it looks like a plane exploded while they were shooting at it so maybe people die now?!

    All your bile for Mike (Mark?) Millar aside Kick-Ass looks awesome, I just wish I lived in a big enough town to dress up in a scuba suit and try to rough up hooligans 🙂

    And Youth in Revolt also looks like it might be wicked. Francois Dillinger all the way, baby.

  6. bob says:

    re: LOST pic…

    haven’t seen it but BSG had something similar.

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  8. bob says:


    gotta say, really like the podcast and been checking in daily to see if it was up. Good work guys.

  9. sdf says:

    Scott sure likes to make puritanical binary declarative statements.

  10. karen says:


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