WHATTUP GEEKS. Fantastic Geeks is a podcast for people who are passionate about fandom and all things geeky! Join best friends and YouTubers Anna Brisbin and Tessa Netting as they cover whatever nerdy thing they want to talk about that week from Harry Potter, superheroes, and pop culture to D&D, aliens, and Robert Pattinson’s jawline. Listen in as these two Ravenclaws answer riddles, share all their unpopular opinions, debate ship wars, play games like Would You Rather, and sort ALL the different fictional characters into Hogwarts houses. New episode every Monday.
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Tessa and Brizzy break down their full spoilertastic review of the newest Spider-Man movie, Spider-Man: No Way Home! Is this a perfect super hero movie? Or did it bite off way more than it can chew? Did it deliver on all the promises and hype that le... more
Family drama, elaborate fake relationships, and blowing up houses... in Minecraft. What else do Slytherins keep hidden from everyone? Does the house with the darkest reputation have the juiciest secrets? Find out as Tessa and Brizzy reveal your Slyth... more
Ghost orbs, demon scratches, reading to little ghost boys... You all sent quite the fascinating ghost stories! Tessa and Brizzy compare their experiences and beliefs. Are there really spirits out there making contact or is it all in our heads? more
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Hi, Tessa and brizzy I love your podcast and I know there’s a one in a million chance you are going to read this on the pod but my name is Layla and I’m a huffelpuff my ravenclaw riddle is how did you learn about Harry Potter, I have a podcast about Harry Potter called absolute magic and have loved Harry Potter since I was eight Love you guys, bye!!
Hi! My name is Maisie and im a ravenclaw! There is this boy in my class and he has a crush on me- He hates HP an wont take a sorting quiz. I need an opinion- 🤎🌱✨
Hi I’m Summer, I’m a Hufflepuff and I LOVE your podcast! I’m a theater kid, guilty as charged! And Hamilton is amazing!! Also I have an idea for you two, I know you don’t really do the movie review thing anymore but I think you should review the Dear Evan Hansen movie. I personally think it was AMAZING, I’m obsessed! Ok I have a question, what was a book you liked when you were a kid (other then Harry Potter)? Ok byeee, sending all the puff vibes! 💛🖤💛🖤💛🖤
Hey Brizzy and Tessa, I love your podcast so much! I am a very very very big Harry Potter fan girl and I’ve been looking for someone who shares my love of it and I’m so happy I found you guys!!! 😊 I am a happy Hufflepuff trying to get through 8th grade and your podcast cheers me up and relaxes me after school! Thank you! If you read this I will FREAK OUT!!!!! AAAAAAAHHH! 😱😨🤯 Ok so I am curious, and I hope I can still do a riddle even if I’m a Hufflepuff. So, what do you think the Harry Potte... more
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Fantastic Geeks launched 4 years ago and published 95 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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