Originally Aired: 04/21/17

We talk with television producer and writer Steve Kerzner. The creator of Ed the Sock is branching into new media with his online network, FU. The channel launched it’s premiere show, Live from Canada, It’s Ed the Sock, late last year and with more on the way. The FU Network’s goal is to bring back the programming style of the former Much Music. Steve will be on to talk about what to expect from FU and how you can help make it happen. Check out the FU Youtube Channel to find out more.

Our look back on the 40th Anniversary of Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. There’s been many a things said about Star Wars on our show over the years, but it’s safe to say that this will probably be the biggest homage we’ve ever given to the franchise. It’s also safe to say that Han shot first, but you already knew that.

We also talk with comic artist Dan Brereton. Dan has had an amazing career in the world of comics, drawing a host of different characters. But his first love will always be his creation, Nocturnals. A brand new Nocturnals story, The Sinister Path, is coming to comic shops this June. He’ll be on to tell us all about it. Dan Brereton is one of a bare handful of painters left in the industry who still do comics full time. Just barely out of art school, Dan burst onto the scene in 1989 with the award winning BLACK TERROR miniseries (Eclipse Comics) and hasn’t looked back since. Brereton gained further attention for his work on Batman: Thrillkiller, Superman and Batman: Legends of the World’s Finest, and JLA: Seven Caskets. His most famous work is his own series The Nocturnals. For more info on Dan Brereton’s latest Nocturnals, check out the April Previews catalog, and listen to the show.

It was a great show!

Plus for our Patreon supporters, our latest Geek Hard Extra After Credits segment discussing our reaction to the Cloak & Dagger trailer.

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Production Credits:

Geek Hard Logo – Candice Hibbard and Rich Robbins
Technical Production – Gary LaBarr, Recorded at the Reality Radio 101 Studio
Producers – Andrew Young & James Green

Music Credits:

Opening Music “Eterna Teen” by Mark Holman
“Someone to Lose” by Wilco
“Taking Care of Business” by The Original Legends of the Blues
“Radio, Radio” by Elvis Costello & the Attractions
“Throne Room and Finale” by John Williams
“Star Wars (Main Theme)” by the London Philharmonic Orchestra
“We Only Come Out At Night” by Murder by Death
Closing Music “Kelly’s Heroes” by Black Grape