Geek Speak 154: Ultimatoris Rex

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On this episode of Geek Speak, once again we discover that Jo knows too much about dinosaurs, Alex has a PhD in Harry Potter trivia with no real-life application and Diarmuid knows many excellent little facts. Also we chat about geeky stuff.

This week we ramble about:

  • Time-Waster of the Week: Marvel TL;DR
  • Stan Lee: Spider-Man, X-Men and Avengers creator dies aged 95
  • PlayStation Skipping E3 for First Time in Show’s 24-Year History
  • “Realistic Pokémon” Artist Got A Job On The Detective Pikachu Movie
  • Pedro Pascal to Lead The Mandalorian Series
  • Devil May Cry Series Coming From Castlevania Netflix Producer
  • ‘I’ve been struggling with it’: George RR Martin on The Winds of Winter
  • Mile 22
  • Tetris Effect
  • Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

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