This week we bring you more geek!

Don’t miss this Friday’s Geek Hard where Andrew and Mr. Green will be joined by youtuber and cosplayer Steph Cozza. Steph’s the host of Geek for the Week on the Aggressive Comix Youtube Channel, where she talks about movies and geek stuff……not surprisingly, she’ll fit right on our show. Steph will be on to talk about her Youtube vids as well as an upcoming Star Wars Fan Film she’s currently working on. Oh, the nerdy shit that will be discussed. It will be magical. Here’s a quick bio on Steph:

static1.squarespace.comSteph Cozza is a Pittsburgh-based filmmaker with a passion for storytelling. She’s acquired an eclectic skew of experiences including hosting a geeky news show, producing recipe videos, directing short films, writing stories, filming events, vlogging, cosplaying, traveling, playing piano, and popping the finest pot of popcorn. 

She is inspired by Star Wars, J.R.R. Tolkien, Buffy Summers, her family, Pittsburgh, friends, strangers, comics, musty books, dreams, nightmares, black and white movies, love, death, and keychains. 

Here’s one of her latest reviews for Aggressive Comix:

For more info on Steph, check out her website and be sure to listen to our interview this Friday.

But it won’t just be fun and tomfoolery. There’ll also be some gritty “realism” happening on the show as we look back on the year that was 1986. Dubbed “The Year Comics Grew Up”, 1986 saw the debut of darker stories being told at Marvel and DC Comics. Watchmen, Born Again, The Dark Knight Returns and Mutant Massacre all saw release that year and kicked the “dark and gritty” era into high gear. But then again, that year also saw Man of Steel, John Byrne’s Post-Crisis retelling of Superman’s origin, hit the comic racks. A very traditional take on Supes, this top selling comic was very different from the other major players of that period. Be sure to listen this Friday as we examine arguably the biggest year in the modern era of comics.

All this, plus the news and reviews that you’ve come to expect, right here on Geek Hard. Listen LIVE! This Friday at 7pm Eastern on the station that brings you some geek for the week on the regular,

If you’re gonna geek out, GEEK HARD!


What made Man of Steel stand out against the “Dark and Gritty” comics of 1986? Find out this Friday.