Join Jim and Tom now known as the GRYS in their weekly podcast as they travel to various television and movie galaxies giving their views on the wide world of science fiction using comedy and an emphasis on the science. The GRYS will cover fan favorites from Marvel, Star wars, Star Trek and Doctor Who as well as lesser known properties. The GRYS are not just movie and television reviewers but they will also bring their love and passion of all things science fiction to each episode based off of a wide range of science fiction topics. The Galaxy Wars Podcast is an Active Geek Production
In this episode Jim and Tom discuss the Fast 9 trailer and their thoughts about John Cena. They then breakdown the latest version of the classic story, Gretel and Hansel. Also find out about the brown initiative.
In this episode Jim and Tom talk about a TON of stuff. They start with the trailers for Morbius and New Mutants. Jim then goes on his rapid review of what he's watched since their last episode. Cats is discussed and finally they breakdown the two best series from 2019, The Witcher and The Mandalorian.
In this episode Jim and Tom present their Christmas Special by reviewing the Disney+ original Noelle starring Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader, and the Netflix original Klaus starring Rashida Jones and Jason Schwartzman. They also break down the Black Widow and Wonder Woman 1984 trailers, and the recent WWE releases.
In this episode Jim and Tom talk about a lot of things. They breakdown the series Daybreak (Netflix), the first two episodes of Rick and Morty, the new WWE IC title, and end their episode with a full review of Jojo Rabbit.
In this episode Jim and Tom review the latest installment to the Terminator franchise, Terminator Dark Fate. They also break down the first two episodes of Disney+'s The Mandalorian. Jim shares a theory involving the Mando and the child, and Tom discusses the Stewart conundrum.
In this episode Jim and Tom review the sequel to Zombieland, Zombieland Double Tap. They also talk about the Green Lantern and Strange Adventures series coming to HBOMAX from Greg Berlanti as well as the news of Robert Pattinson’s Batman training.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down over 18 hours of television as they review The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance and Carnival Row. Does Netflix win this battle of fantasy tv or is this another gem in Amazon Prime Video's collection? They guys also talk Sid Haig's passing and Spider-man coming back to the MCU for another few films.
In this episode Jim and Tom review the latest chapter of the Men in Black franchise. They talk about Chris Hemsworth as a leading man and Tessa Thompson's future. They also celebrate Batman Day and pay their respects to Aaron Eisenberg (Nog from Star Trek Deep Space Nine).
In this episode the guys review Amazon Prime Video's The Boys. They also discuss the trailer for Apple TV+'s See starring Jason Momoa, AMC adapting Image Comics Farmhand and rank the streaming services.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down the next chapter of The Fast and Furious franchise, Hobbs and Shaw. They also briefly talk about SYFY canceling Krypton and deciding to move away from the rumored Lobo series.
After a long break Jim and Tom are back! This time they brought along Chuck from the Active Geek Podcast to discuss San Diego Comic Con. This serves as the first crossover episode between Galaxy Wars and Active Geek.
Jim and Tom are back and they are breaking down the final chapter in Marvel's Infinity Saga, Spider-Man Far From Home. They review the movie, discuss Mysterio, how Venom ties into this world, and future building for Spidey.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down the next chapter of the Monsterverse, as they review Godzilla King of the Monsters. Find out where the guys stand on the movie, Tom's thoughts on Kyle Chandler, and how the movie leads into the biggest showdown Kong vs Godzilla.
In this episode Jim and Tom review 2019's Hellboy reboot and share what they think worked and what didn't. They also talk Terminator Dark Fate, Star Trek: Picard, Wonder Woman 1984 rumors, the Tick, and Jim shares a must read comic series from Image Comics.
In this episode Jim and Tom talk about the Spiderman Far From Home trailer and discuss some theories about Mysterio, the multiverse and Excalibur. Then the guys review Pokemon Detective Pikachu. Find out what they thought of Ryan Reynolds and Justice Smith's performance and all things Ryme City.
This episode, Jim and Tom take on the monster that is Avengers Endgame. They share their thoughts on the movie, rank it among other superhero movies, talk MCU top 5s and discuss the future. This episode features heavy SPOILERS.
This Episode contains Potential Spoilers based on internet theories.
In this episode Jim and Tom dive deep into the world of fan theories. They talk all of the best Avengers Endgame theories the internet has to offer, share their own theories, and do some prop bets. Theoretically there may be some spoilers in this episode.
In this episode Jim and Tom are joined by Binks from the Adventure of Binks and the Beards to discuss their time at the Great Philadelphia Comic Con. Then Binks signs out leading to Jim and Tom breaking down the events that took place at Star Wars celebration and also break down the new Disney+ app.
In this episode Jim and Tom talk about the latest installment of the DCEU, SHAZAM! In addition to their review, the guys discuss their End Game ticket experience, their trip to New York, and their upcoming comic con appearance at The Great Philadelphia Comic Con.
In this episode Jim and Tom review two properties with Jordan Peele's name on them. The first is YouTube premium's Weird City which Peele is an executive producer. The GRYS review the first two episodes of the series which feature Dylan O'Brien, Ed O'Neil, Michael Cera, Rosario Dawson and LeVar Burton. Then the guys take their talents and confusion to the next chapter of the Peeleverse US. Find out how this horror/thiller sat with the guys and whether they are on the same page with what the movie was about.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down the next installment of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel. They break down all the twists, events, and changes. They also break down the end credit scene leading into Avengers Endgame.
In this episode Jim and Tom breakdown Alita Battle Angel. Find out where the guys stand on the James Cameron produced film event. Plus they talk Umbrella Academy getting a second season as well as predict the Captain Marvel end credit scenes.
Jim and Tom are back, and this time they are discussing the Batman and Wolverine rumors. Find out who they both think would be a good fit for both Bruce and Logan. They also review the pilots for the newest comic book shows DC Universe's Doom Patrol and Netflix's The Umbrella Academy. Find out how they stack up with each other and where the guys stand on both episodes.
In this episode Jim and Tom talk an interesting Avengers Endgame rumor and the status on the Matt Reeves Batman movies. The guys then dive deep into three tv premieres, George R.R. Martin's Nightflyers, The Orville season 2 premiere, and Deadly Class from Rick Remender and Image Comics. Find out where the guys stands on all three shows.
In our last episode of 2018, Jim and Tom review the latest installment of in the Transformers franchise, Bumblebee. Where does this film rank among the other Transformer movies and what do the guys think about the future for the universe. Plus Jim shares his top 10 best movies and top 5 worst movies of 2018.
Christmas is in the air and Jim and Tom take a shot on breaking down the science of Santa as they review Netflix's original Christmas movie, The Christmas Chronicles. Is this an instant classic or does it find it's self on the bottom of the Christmas movie list?
In this episode Jim and Tom venture into the world of YouTube Premium (formerly YouTube Red) and review two of their Sci Fi original series. They review the first episodes of Impulse (based on the Jumper Series) and Origin (starring Tom Felton) and discuss the pros and cons of YouTube Premium and determine whether it is worth the monthly subscription.
In this episode Tom and Jim dive into their latest binge to review, Daredevil season 3 and the season 11 premier of Doctor Who, The Woman Who Fell to Earth. They also talk the cancellation of Luke Cage, the first two episodes of Titans, The Babadook, and Jim gives his recommendation for the Haunting of Hill House.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down the recent Sony and Marvel movie Venom. Does it warrant the low ratings and negative press from critics or it is a diamond in the rough. Find out what the GRYS think and where they go in the sequel. As always SPOILERS are heavy in this episode.
In this episode Jim and Tom review Shane Black's The Predator (2018). Find out what they think about the newest chapter in the Predator franchise, as well as the latest news regarding X Men Dark Phoenix, Bumblebee, and The Birds of Prey
In this episode Jim and Tom break down some news from the week, ranging from the Joker first look, Captain Marvel's trailer and Disney Play as well as other topics. Then they give their thoughts on their trip to Heroes and Villains Fanfest in Edison NJ, and then conclude the episode with three interviews Jim did at Keystone Comic Con. Interviews include:
Chris Claremont (Creator of several X Men Character and comic book legend) @chrisclaremont on Facebook
Steve Orlando (Midnighter, Bartman Eternal and Crude)
@thesteveorlando on twitter and IG.
Kevin Conroy (Batman the Animated Series and quite possibly the best Batman ever)
The interviews touch on X Men Black, the newly announced Martian Manhunter comic series, and Batman stories.
In this episode Tom and Jim review Kin, a film by Jonathan and Josh Baker. They discuss this genre bending film and give their opinions on what they would've done. They also review an awesome comic from Suspicious Behavior Productions, Invasion from Planet Wrestletopia.
In this episode Jim and Tom dive into the world of fan theories as they try to predict the events in the untitled Avengers Infinity War sequel. Jim and Tom talk about the Skrulls, Kree, and who could be in the soul stone. The GRYS also talk about the Idris Elba James Bond rumors.
In this episode Jim and Tom review a movie that has been on their must watch list for months, Upgrade. They discuss the story, the twist, why it didn't last in theaters, and Logan Marshall Green's performance. Jim also reads a critics review of Upgrade that he completely disagrees with.
In this episode the GRYS talk all the latest Star Trek news, including Patrick Stewart's return. They also discuss where they stand with Star Wars going forward and finish the episode with a recap of their first year as a podcast.
In this episode Jim and Tom break down some sci fi news from the internet and from San Diego Comic Con. They also revisit Wall E to celebrate its 10 year anniversary. Will Jim change his opinion of Wall E after seeing it 10 years later?
In this episode the GRYS remember Harlan Ellison by reviewing what could be the greatest episode of Star Trek The Original Series ever. Jim and Tom talk about Kirk's leadership skills, Sulu's eye shadow' and time travel. But this episode isn't all Star Trek, Jim gives his thoughts on Skyscraper, Sorry to Bother You, and the new Doctor Who teaser. And Tom breaks down Luke Cage season 2.
The moment has come as Jim and Tom present their first live episode. The topic is a 31 year old movie called Masters of the Universe, the place is Amalgam Comics and Coffee House in Philadelphia, the event is The Philadelphia Podcast Festival and the vibe is awesome. Jim and Tom shares stories from their childhood, try to rewrite the original MOTU movie and fan cast a MOTU movie of their own.
In this episode Jim and Tom are joined by John Layman, creator of the Eisner award winning comic Chew. John isn't just known for Chew, he has worked for all the top comic companies and worked on characters ranging from Batman and Gambit to the Thunder cats and Scarface. Jim, Tom, and John talk the thinking behind Chew, the differences between DC, Marvel and Image, and John's upcoming work.
In this episode the GRYS celebrate Father's Day (albeit four days late) by discussing growing up with their dads, lessons Tom has learned from being a dad, must see movies for kids, all ending with the Mount Rushmore of entertainment dads. Jim and Tom also break down the Disney Fox news, Star Trek Discovery and the problems they are having, and Pixar.
Ciera Foster star of Valiant Digital and Bat in the Sun's Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe joins Jim on the podcast to talk about bringing Livewire to life, being part of such a phenomenal cast, her martial arts background, Avengers Infinity War, and the future for Ciera. Make sure to check out Ninjak Vs The Valiant Universe on Comicbook.com, follow Ciera on instagram @cierafosterofficial and look for her to be at a comic con near you in the future.
In this special episode, Jim and Tom talk to master artist and co creator of the comic series Broken Mirror J.K. Woodward. The guys talk J.K.'s 100 hour work weeks, his process and influences, Doctor Who, Star Trek and the future of his work.
In this episode the GRYS talk the two rumored and one confirmed Star Wars solo movies, Jim and Tom share their thoughts on the possible Lando, Obi Wan and the James Mangold directed Boba Fett movies, while on vacation in the West Virginia wilderness. They talk if they actually want the movies, who should play the leads, and what type of tones they are looking for. Plus Tom has an odd pick for Boba Fett, and Jim does not like it.
In this episode Jim and Tom dive into the world of Star Wars as they share their thoughts on Solo A Star Wars Story. Do any of the character suffer from the the Phasma Effect or do we have a new favorite character? Also The GRYS discuss the man who has taken the world by storm, Donald Glover.
In this episode Jim and and Tom talk about a character who will be making his live action debut in Deadpool 2, Cable. From his origin to his clone the GRYS have you covered. Jim and Tom also talk about what they want to see in Deadpool 2, and go on a wrestling side quest.
On this episode of the podcast, author Daniel Abraham joins Jim in Tom to talk his novel series The Expanse. Daniel is one half of the writing team behind James S. A. Corey with Ty Franck. Daniel's work includes The Long Price Quartet, Black Sun's Daughter, The Dagger and the Coin, a Star Wars book called Honor Amongst Thieves, and the Game of Thrones graphic novel. Jim, Tom and Daniel, spend time discussing the writing process behind The Expanse, working as a writing duo, Han Solo, and Donald Glover.
In this episode the GRYS review the biggest geek movie to ever hit theaters, the fastest movie to 1 Billion Dollars, Avengers Infinity Wars. Find out what Jim and Tom thought in this spoiler filled review. Jim and Tom also speculate about Captain Marvel, Ant Man and Wasp, Hawkeye and the future for our favorite characters.
In this episode Tom calls into the studio from the satellite studio and is joined by his daughter throughout the episode as they discuss Thanos and the Black Order in preparation for Avengers Infinity War. Jim and Tom recorded this episode before they saw Avengers so find out what they got right and what they got wrong.
In this mission the GRYS head into the Oasis to review Ready Player One in fact Tom is still in the Oasis as he calls into the Active Geek Productions studio to talk Easter Eggs, Wil Wheaton, and the possibilities for Ready Player Two.
The GRYS are boarding the Cloverfield Space Station as they attempt to understand the Netflix original Cloverfield Paradox. Find out what Jim and Tom think of the newest chapter in the Cloverfield universe.
Have you ever watched a movie and said, this is before its time? Well the GRYS are going back and defending movies that they liked and feel would work in scope of today's science fictions. The GRYS talk movies like Ice Pirates and Ghosts of Mars to movies like Swamp Thing and The Last Star Fighter. The GRYS pick their top 10, what are yours?
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The GRYS venture into the world of Netflix originals as they are discussing the first episode of the newest futuristic series Altered Carbon. Find out what Jim and Tom think about swapping bodies but keeping their consciousness. Also find out how the rich stay immortal while the poor feed off of scraps.
In this mission the GRYS reached out to fellow scifiles to find out where sci fi is going wrong and why they keep repeating their mistakes. The GRYS take 10 ideas from sci fi fans and create another ten of their own.
In this mission, the GRYS set off and break down the first episode for the forth season of Netflix's Black Mirror. What would you do if you were Robert Daley or one of the members on the USS Callister?
In this mission, The GRYS review the newest Doctor Who Christmas Special entitled Twice Upon a Time. This episode is the last of Peter Capaldi and Steven Moffat's tenure for the hit BBC show. The GRYS talk about the emotional aspect of the episode as well as the fear of dying. They finally discuss the upcoming season starring Jodi Whittiker.
In this mission, the GRYS talk about 2016's Dr. Who Christmas Special. They talk about the eerie similarities of the Ghost and Superman, their favorite christmas movies, and the idea of Doug Jones being part of a Hallmark Christmas movie. Finally the GRYS say goodbye to Peter Capladi on the eve of his final Doctor Who episode.
In this mission the GRYS FINALLY get to talk Star Wars, as they talk Star Wars The Last Jedi. Listener beware however there are spoilers in the last of 15 minutes. Find out what the GRYS think of the franchise, the movies leading up to TLJ and finally their predictions on whether this is the truly the end of the Jedi.
In this mission the GRYS are diving into the world of fan theories. They talk the death of Uncle Owen and Aunt Beru, Han Solo, The Negroni Theory, Mad Max, Stan Lee and one special theory from Tom involving Chief O'Brien.
In mission 20 the GRYS are talking all the news and current series in the Sci Fi world. Jim and Tom talk, Galaxy Quest, Dr. Who drama, The orville being the best Star Trek out, star trek discovery and Star Wars amongst other great topics. Find out where the GRYS stand in the world of Sci Fi.
In mission 19, the GRYS are tackling the Luc Besson sci fi epic Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The GRYS review the movie as well as share some history of the Valerian and Lauraline comics.
In this mission the GRYS are breaking down the villain from the upcoming DC Comics movie The Justice League. Now only do they talk Steppenwolf, they also discuss the New Gods, Aquaman and the rest of the DC universe.
In mission 17 the GRYS are venturing into the comicbook universe to review the first two Thor movies from Marvel Studios. They share their thoughts on the cast, footage and the use of science in the movies. Additionally the GRYS share their thoughts on Thor Ragnarok. WARNING: Potential Thor Ragnarok spoilers at the 40 min mark.
In mission 15 the GRYS are back with part two for the History of the Time Lords, but this time they are discussing the Doctor. From the very first incarnation of the Doctor to Peter Capaldi's current iteration the GRYS give you their take on each doctor.
In mission 14 The GRYS are diving back into Doctor Who, however this time they are beginning with the history of the Time Lords. In part one of this two part history lesson, the GRYS discuss the origin, creation, technology, and idiosyncrasies of the Time Lords with a heavy emphasis on the Doctor.
In mission 13 the GRYS go back to 1963 and review part one of the pilot of Dr. Who. They discuss the marketing strategies of the UK in the 60's, and how far will teachers go for their students. In addition, the GRYS recap New York Comic Con as Jim reports back with Sci Fi news from the Con.
In mission 12 the GRYS are reviewing the pilot episode of CBS All Access's flagship series "Star Trek Discovery." The GRYS share their opinion on the newest chapter to the Star Trek universe as they board the USS Shenzhou and meet the crew of Star Trek Discovery.
In mission #11 the GRYS get to experience the 4th episode of Babylon 5. This episode sees the GRYS much more frustrated than before as they tackle poor leadership, responsibilities, and their feelings of zoos.
In mission 10 the GRYS venture into the newest television galaxy as they breakdown the pilot episode of Seth Macfarlane's The Orville. What do the GRYS have to say about the passion project from the man who brought you Family Guy? The GRYS also focus on some of the easter eggs/homages Macfarlane used in this episode.
In mission 9 the GRYS set out on an adventure on a distant planet as Captain Janeway and the crew of Voyager tackle folding space. The GRYS are breaking down Prime Factors from the first season of Star Trek Voyager.
In mission 4 we are finally heading into deep water as we tackle Star Trek Deep Space 9 and the 10th episode of the final season. What happens when a trekkie and a man who knows very little about Star Trek get together? Find out is this latest mission.
In mission 3 the GRYS are venturing deep into the world of the Killjoys as they tackle the parasitic alien race the Hullens. What do the GRYS have to say for their first SYFY original show? Is this mission on par with mission one (DR. WHO) or does it miss its mark like mission 2 (FALLING SKIES)?
The GRYS first mission is a heavy hitter as they were given the task of Dr. Who season 10, episode 7, to review. They gave their opinions on the episode as well as their choice for the next Dr. as well as a hypothetical American Dr. Finally the GRYS draw their next mission.