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The Incomparable

By 5by5

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Description

A weekly dive into geeky media we love, including movies, books, TV, comics, and more. Jason Snell talks with a rotating panel of regular guests including John Siracusa, Dan Moren, Steve Lutz, Serenity Caldwell, Scott McNulty, and Glenn Fleishman. Winner of the 2012 Parsec Award for best fan podcast! Hosted by Jason Snell.

Customer Reviews

Scratch that geek spot

Books, Movies, TV Shows, Comics & Much More. If you could sit around with a few smart, funny people talking about the things they love and never get board, would you? Of course you would.

Jason Snell hosts this long running show with a rotating panel of guests some of which remember learning 6502 assembly. Meaning these are not a bunch of youngsters posing as geeks, but the real deal. If the movie of your life was "StarWars" or "2001", you will fit right in. Please check the back catalog for a variety of themes.

Great discussion, lots of reviews!

This was a great, fun podcast that I will certainly come back to sample again. The only bad thing I can say about it is that these guys added six more books to my already too-long list of great books to read. I hope my new Kindle gets here soon so that I can keep up with them. Good job all!

Geeking out at its best

This show is what a panel show is meant to be. The discussion topics are movies, books, and other miscellaneous topics that tend to appeal to geeks (i.e. a lot of science fiction and fantasy). The panelists get along well together, and Jason Snell keeps the unruly discussion moving in the right direction, at least most of the time (with the exception of the Stephen Fry episode, which was entertaining for its sheer ADD nature, and the fact that this is not normal). I look forward to when new episodes come out, and am disappointed when there is a spoiler topic that I have to save for later.

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