Not just another geek podcast, Geek History Lesson guides you through the fictional biography of pop culture characters! Diving deep into the history of superhero, film, tv and comic book characters. Each episode hosts Jason Inman and Ashley Victoria Robinson will have animated debates, recommended reading and bad impressions. Enter your mind university! You’ll geek out, grin and learn!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5634555/advertisement
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My mom introduced me to the podcast because she knew I loved everything in pop culture and once I listened to it I Couldn’t stop listening!!!! Listen to geek history lesson they are no joke
Just listened to my first episode. Excellent content that has been thoughtfully organized. Great production value, as well. I’ll be back for more. Thank you!
Love this podcast and the hosts are fantastic. As an old-school comic book/ geek fan it’s a great way for me to relive some of my favorite geek moments without having to dig up my collection lol.
I don’t listen to every episode but these two have helped me from living in the dark to coming into the light with the knowledge they bring. They make it fun so you’re not just listening to someone talk for however long and the hosts are relatable
Hi my name is Gracia. From the lonestar state at fort hood. These two awesome Kat’s needs an actual TV show on the CW seed talking about their knowledge of superheroes and everything geeky. I love the siblings dynamic. I been listening to these guys for 6 months now.. from their first lesson to lesson 209 at this current moment.. I listen to you guys every day.. I love the dad and mom jokes.. the on the spot songs get stuck in my head all day and I laugh to myself.. I got some people at my job l... more
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Geek History Lesson launched 10 years ago and published 494 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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