GE16: 5 Great Soundtracks

Not everyone movie has a great soundtracks. Bad movies can have amazing soundtracks and amazing movies can have sucky soundtracks. Stay tuned til the end for the Mailbag segment.

Jonathan reveals 5 Great Soundtracks. These soundtracks should appeal to various types of geeks.

  1. Star Wars
  2. Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along Blog
  3. Juno
  4. The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  5. Clerks.

Mailbag

Many thanks to Paul, Mike W. and Mike P. for their thoughts about other great graphic novels to read. They suggested:

  • Maus
  • Sin City
  • Transmetropolitan
  • Earth X
  • Criminal (by Ed Brubaker)
  • Richard Stark’s Parker (by Darwyn Cooke)
  • Beasts of Burden (by Evan Dorkin and Jill Thompson)
  • Nexus
  • Jimmy Corrigan
  • Tales to Thrizzle
  • The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen

Thanks also to Jared for his feedback expressing how much he likes the top 5 list episodes, the Cube of Death episode and his desire that Geeks Explicitly had a longer running time.

Don’t forget to listen to Episode 15: 5 GREAT Graphic Novels, if you haven’t done so yet.

You’ll want to check out Jonathan’s other podcast:
Wargaming Recon, historical wargaming podcast with new episodes on the 2nd & 4th Monday of the month.

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2 thoughts on “GE16: 5 Great Soundtracks

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    1. Thank you for your comment. I’ll have to give the Army of Darkness soundtrack a try.

      Mike W. is a good friend of mine who is also a librarian and a graphic novel fanatic. If anything, his GN likes tend to skew more indie press than mine but he is never wrong about quality.

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