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Are you a geek? Do you like geeky stuff? Do you like listening to other geeks talk about geeky stuff? Join professional nerds Ryan Scott and Ryan Higgins as they sound off on the latest happenings in the worlds of gaming, film, television, and comics. Head over to for the latest -- new episode every Tuesday!

Customer Reviews

I'm Out

I gave this podcast a fair shake, because I've always liked Ryan Scott. However, the more listened to it the more it became clear that they have nothing to say. Its kind of' sad to me that I'm even writing this, but I think that I owe it to them to give constructive criticism. I've been a geek my whole life. I love games and comics. I'm an encyclopedia of information when it comes to popular music (from modern indie to classic rock to hip-hop to classic country) and film. Listening to Geek Box is like listening to my friends from high school talk about these things instead of adults. They rarely have anything insightful to say on the subjects and often miss the subtleties of a given subject. For example, I listen to a lot of podcasts and among them are a few film ones. The discussion of Watchmen made me want to blow my brains out. Not only did they bring less to the table as fans of the comic (many of them seeming to have completely missed what would made the comic interesting) but they had nothing interesting to say about it as a film period. In high school I may have been less frustrated with the opinions tossed around on this podcast, but today I just can't take any more of this. You need to really put some thought into an opinion before you start to broadcast it. I guess I expected more from Ryan. Plus, I don't even watch burn notice and I'm sad to say that the fact that they think its great makes me want to see it LESS. That’s a bad sign. I'm sorry, but subscription cancelled. I wish I were a better writer so that I could make a better point.

An Excellent Start

I was a long time fan of GFW Radio, the first podcast I heard Ryan Scott on, and my favorite parts of those podcasts was when the group of guys went off on tangents into other geek territory aside from just games. This podcast is basically all of that with Ryan Scott hosting. He had some former 1up personalities on the first episode with the promise of more to come and I'm definitely looking forward to the next episode. In the first episode they covered everything from donuts to comic books to Lost and they were all enthusiastic about it. The group they had were fun to listen to and I'm glad Ryan is talking more, he's a really funny guy. The sound quality was excellent, though there were a few times when it was obvious someone had moved away from the microphone, but I expect things will get tighter as they get more experience doing this on their own. All in all, if you're into geek culture, this is definitely worth a listen.

Open this "Geekbox" and see what's inside...

I was expecting a sentimental ex-Ziff exploitation-cast or a watered-down GFW rehash, but what I found was a podcast of suprising quality! New podcasters and a new location (a comic book shop in Silicon Valley) create a compelling blend of content. They've lost the pretense of being a "Games for Windows" only podcast and have fully embraced their nerdiness. They run the gamut of geeky topics... If they don't talk about it, you probably don't care about it! Made by geeks, for geeks, and delivered from a geek mecca, this podcast is a "can't miss" for anyone who wears their geekiness with pride.

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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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