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CREATE U is a personal growth and development podcast that will help you breakthrough to better results in your life, work and relationships. Life Coach and Author of “Your Best Is Next", Jeremy Flagg, will share with you his best tips and strategies for self-improvement and bring you breakthrough conversations with listeners, coaches, and other experts that will give you what you need to take every area of your life to the next level. Jeremy's own breakthrough came on the heels of a massive ...
 
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Each episode superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. We are going on Hiatus for the month of June to devote our attention to the Convention of Heroes. Join us June 21 - 26 to geek out with authors about roleplaying games, world building, …
 
Each episode superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. For this episode’s Deep Dive, they are delving into the R rated cartoon by Robert Kirkland, Invincible. Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com …
 
Each episode superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. For this episode’s Deep Dive, they’re delving into the latest Marvel television the Falcon and Winter Soldier to discuss the good, the bad, and the missed opportunities. Geekorama is Pr…
 
Each episode superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. For this episode’s Deep Dive, they’re delving into the powers behind the heroes, what makes for a good/bad/useless superhero ability. Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com http…
 
Each episode superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. For this episode’s Deep Dive, they’re looking backward at past conventions to talk about highlights and things they look forward to in future conventions. Geekorama is Produced by Super…
 
Superhero authors, T.L. Heinrich and Jeremy Flagg rate comics and novels for the Pull List and present shows and movies for listeners to Geek Out over. For this episode’s Deep Dive,they are talking about the limited series, WandaVision now available on Disney+. Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com THE PUL…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com Welcome back to another episode of Geekorama, the podcast by geeks for geeks. We are sponsored by Superhero Fiction.com, the one stop shop for all your superhero novel needs. We are your hosts Jeremy Flagg and this week, it’s Mr. Trish Heinrich is guest hosting. For th…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com Welcome back to another episode of Geekorama, the podcast by geeks for geeks. We are sponsored by Superhero Fiction.com, the one stop shop for all your superhero novel needs. We are your hosts Jeremy Flagg and T.L. Heinrich For this week’s episode of Geekorama, Trish a…
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, Trish and Jeremy are discussing our favorite superhero couples from comics, television and comics. THE PULL LIST Jeremy - Black Widow: Widow’s Sting - Macchio, Duonfantino, Rosenberg- Looking for a Black Widow comic, this is one to miss. The piss poor writing and lazy story telling feels like an elementary scho…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.comhttps://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, Trish and Jeremy are exploring the ongoing impact of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and how it’s transformed the world and invited a new generation of geeks to superheroes. THE PULL LIST Jeremy - Venom (2018) Writer Donny Cates, Penc…
 
THE PULL LIST Jeremy - Wolverine #5 (Written by Benjamin Percy) has our favorite tortured mutant confronting his past, as he always does, and realizing he’s not quite a good person. But when the plot involves Vampires and Omega Red, we don’t need a good person, we need a mutant willing to slice and dice. 3.5/5 Capes Trish - Unravel the Dusk by Eliz…
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about our predictions for 2021! What will be a hit, what might bomb, what could be a super surprise and more! It's a super packed special episode to end the year, so we are going straight into the Deep Dive for this one! Marvel shows and Marvel Films: Trish is looking forward to a few more of thes…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about a fun superhero holiday film. No, it’s not Diehard, but we could be convinced he’s got superpowers. This week we’ll be discussing the surprising “holiday” hit: Shazam! Pop-Culture Trivia - The first superhero fi…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.comhttps://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we are digging into the archives and talking about a film from before Joss Whedon was known as the guy who supposedly ruined the Justice League movie: Dr. Horrible’s Sing Along Blog Pop-Culture Trivia - The Guild The Guild was writt…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we are straying from the Brooding of DC and the Pithy Dialogue of Marvel and turning to the fans and just how far they’ll go to see their favorite characters on screen. We’re looking at two fan made films and a short indie film reminding us of what geek power is ca…
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about how superheroes would act if they had to participate in trick or treating. It’s all about costumes and treats (or tricks)! Pop-Culture Trivia - John Carpenter’s Halloween: Trivia From a budget of $300,000, the film went on to gross $47 million at the US box office. In 2008, takings that woul…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about two very different spooky Superhero stories that you can treat yourself to this October: Brightburn and Haunted Heroine by Sarah Kuhn. Pop-Culture Trivia - Bela Lugosi-Horror Movie Icon Born on October 20th, 188…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.comhttps://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about the "first" Marvel superhero to make a big screen debut: Blade. Pop-Culture Trivia - Millicent Patrick: The Creature from the Black Lagoon In 1939 Patrick began working for Walt Disney Studios and during her time…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.comhttps://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about T.L. Heinrich! How did she get into writing and what the hell turned her onto superheroes? We’ll find out what got her to this point, and what steamy stories she’s cooking up next. Pop-Culture Trivia - Becky Cloo…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about the man himself: Jeremy Flagg! Pop-Culture Trivia - Dorothy Woolfolk-First Female Comic Writer She served from 1942 to 1944 as an editor at All-American Publications, one of the three companies that would merge …
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about the movies that are so very bad, but we love them anyway. Pop-Culture Trivia - Jackie Ormes She is the Google Doodle for September 1st. Ormes's first comic strip, Torchy Brown in Dixie to Harlem, first appeared …
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about the trailers that were just released through the DC Fandome virtual event. What looks amazing, what we’re excited about, and what we’re probably going to pass on. Pop-Culture Trivia - The Suicide Squad Some serious Z listers in this sequel, here’s some info on a few: TDK-Otherwise known as T…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about The Umbrella Academy. Did they fix the problems from last season? Did we love it? And what are our favorite moments from this latest season? Pop-Culture Trivia - The Umbrella Academy Season One: Aidan Gallagher …
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re talking about the Russian made superhero film, Guardians. Is it so bad it’s good? POP-CULTURE TRIVIAAugust 1940 Claire Voyant aka The Black Widow Introduced in Mystic Comics #4 as "the strangest, most terrifying character in …
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re going to give you a sneak peek at some of the exciting things happening in our author careers. We finally open up about our own writing in the superhero genre, and talk at length about why we’re branching out to touch upon ot…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re discussing which portrayal of Superman is the best Superman. Since there have been a long list of people who have portrayed him, we focus on the live-action roles of (mostly) modern iterations of the Man of Steel. Pop-Culture…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.comhttps://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re discussing what you can read to tide you over until Wonder Woman 1984 (hopefully) gets released in theaters. Pop-Culture Trivia - 1965 Wonder Girl: Donna Troy Originally there is a bit of confusion about this character because…
 
Geekorama is Produced by Superhero-Fiction.com https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re discussing the legacy of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, where it started, where it went, and what we hope for the future... Pop-Culture Trivia-Green Lantern: Alan Scott He was a railroad engineer who came into possession of a mag…
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re discussing the role that propaganda has played in the history of superheroes. Pop-Culture Trivia- Batwoman: Kathy Kane July 1956 Batwoman aka Kathy Kane made her debut. Here’s a little trivia about this interesting addition to the Bat-family: There are really two different women who have worn the moniker …
 
For this week’s episode of Geekorama, we’re always thinking about superheroes. We’re also experts in the snack department, so of course, we have to combine our love of food and heroes. So today we’ll be talking about which food pairs with your favorite heroes. Pop-Culture History - Summer Blockbuster Edition-the 10’s 2010 Iron Man 2 Trivia: Tony St…
 
Today we are going to be pitting our favorite superhero teams and solo heroes against one another, and discussing the victors. But first, a little Pop Culture History. POP CULTURE HISTORY - Summer Blockbuster Edition-the 00’s 2000 X-Men is released and becomes one of the summers’ top blockbuster films. Trivia: Rebecca Romijn was isolated in a windo…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes https://www.superhero-fiction.com This month in Pop-Culture History- Summer Blockbuster Edition 1990’s 1993 Jurassic Park is the third highest-grossing film of the decade. The T. Rex occasionally malfunctioned, due to the rain. Producer Kathleen Kennedy recalls, "The T. Rex went into the heebie-jeebies…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes Trish- Still working on Fire and Ice, but seeing progress! Jeremy - Finished the Eleanor Trilogy and has begun editing. But why focus on that, he’s already a quarter of the way into a futuristic sci-fi novel! This month in Pop-Culture History- Summer Blockbuster Edition! 1975 Jaws, one of the highest-g…
 
Trish- Revising Fire and Ice and starting to write some short stories for subscribers. She may be starting to like writing some steamy scenes into her superhero stories! Jeremy - Put “The End” on the Eleanor Valentine trilogy and now digging in to edit three books back-to-back. This month in Pop-Culture History 1980 Friday the 13th is released and …
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes The authors at Superhero-Fiction.com decided it was time to get together and hold a convention of our own. For five nights twenty authors go together to talk about the world of superheroes. We'll return to regularly scheduled episodes of Geekorama next week. Until then, enjoy these amazing panels. The …
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes The authors at Superhero-Fiction.com decided it was time to get together and hold a convention of our own. For five nights twenty authors go together to talk about the world of superheroes. We'll return to regularly scheduled episodes of Geekorama next week. Until then, enjoy these amazing panels. Supe…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes The authors at Superhero-Fiction.com decided it was time to get together and hold a convention of our own. For five nights twenty authors go together to talk about the world of superheroes. We'll return to regularly scheduled episodes of Geekorama next week. Until then, enjoy these amazing panels. The …
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes The authors at Superhero-Fiction.com decided it was time to get together and hold a convention of our own. For five nights twenty authors go together to talk about the world of superheroes. We'll return to regularly scheduled episodes of Geekorama next week. Until then, enjoy these amazing panels. Crea…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes The authors at Superhero-Fiction.com decided it was time to get together and hold a convention of our own. For five nights twenty authors go together to talk about the world of superheroes. We'll return to regularly scheduled episodes of Geekorama next week. Until then, enjoy these amazing panels. Supe…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes https://www.superhero-fiction.com Trish - Almost done with this draft of Fire and Ice and ready to revise! Jeremy - Also, almost done with the third book in his next series, hurray! This month in Pop-Culture History 1959 Supergirl, Kara Zor-El flew onto the scene, created by Otto Binder and Al Plastino…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes Trish - Working hard to get Fire and Ice finished and to the editor so she can meet her second deadline extension; pandemics are hard! Jeremy - Negotiating literary contracts and trying to make decisions for seven years down the road! This month in Pop-Culture History Very Special Star Wars addition! M…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes https://www.superhero-fiction.com For this episode Trish and Jeremy joined with QuaranCon for a panel of Superhero Authors. Join them and Matt King, Michael C. Bailey, Karen Diem, and Taylor Elwood to discuss the art of writing action packed stories with superpowered heroes. Join in the laughs and look…
 
Visit Superhero-Fiction for the Full Shownotes https://www.superhero-fiction.com Trish - having a hard week, to be honest. The volatile emotions of her kids, remote learning, and the stress of the times we’re living in have created a perfect storm. She’s fighting the fight, flight, freeze instinct of her brain but it’s really hard right now. Jeremy…
 
Trish - Working on Fire & Ice, Book two Heroes of High Tide and bingeing season three of Miss Fisher so I can watch the movie. Jeremy - Just sent, “We Must Endure” off to the editor and got a chance to put together my box set for the Night Quartet and the pre-order is live. This month in Pop-Culture History 1564 William Shakespeare was born (we thi…
 
Trish - is trying to find a silver lining as the word comes down from the Governor of her state that schools are closed until the fall. Jeremy - Jeremy is preparing to release a short story and trying to patiently wait for his audiobook to come online. He’s failing miserable at the patience part. This month in Pop-Culture History 1975 Microsoft was…
 
Trish -Finally getting some writing done! It feels so good and I’m gonna start outlining book three this week. Also proofing my audiobook, it’s slow going. Jeremy - I’ve submitted my Superhero romance to the publisher. I’ve started working on a superhero novella for my readers and I’m nearly done writing the second book in my prequel trilogy. I’m o…
 
Having difficulties coping during this turbulent time? We are all struggling. If you need somebody to listen, you can reach out to https://www.takethis.org. Trish -started implementing some homeschooling for the girls, which is going well, especially since her husband is home with her. And she’s on the mend from the swine flu, finally! Jeremy - Iso…
 
Trish released her newest superhero novel, Fahrenheit’s Ghost!!! Yay!!! It’s now available on Amazon. Oh, and she has swine flu. Jeremy is in isolation and trying to find the will to live...or at least write. The Superhero Smut story is officially finished. Now to get back to writing about a certain psychic woman from the 1940’s. This month in Pop-…
 
Trish is struggling with a MONSTER cold (NOT Covid!!!) that has waylaid her. Jeremy wrapped up his steamy romance and has been preparing for the crazy about to swallow the United States as lock downs and cancellations happen. This month in Pop-Culture History 1818 - Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus by 21-year-old Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley …
 
Trish is excited that her upcoming new release has already made it at the top of the new releases for African American Science Fiction. Jeremy is working like crazy to finish editing the Night Covenants Audiobook. It’s currently offering a chance for him to cool off from writing steamy superhero romance. This month in Pop-Culture History 1972-Misty…
 
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