We geeks have to eat and the first thing that often comes to mind ahead of a geek out gaming session, board game session, or sci-fi movie night is, what else, PIZZA!
The Geek to Geek chef team at the G2G kitchen have tried out this cast iron deep dish pizza recipe and it is AWESOME!!! Brian suggests making your own dough and if you're into that great! We used store bought dough in a bag shaving about 30 minutes off this 60 minute recipe. Use a healthy amount of olive oil (instead of butter) on the bottom of the pan, lay out the dough about 15 minutes ahead of time and beat it down twice before baking for the best results. Cutting thick slices of pepperoni really is the bees-knees that takes this dish over the top. We recommend shredded mozzarella only - and don't skimp on the cheese! Heat the oven to 500 degrees-ish and bake for about 15-20 minutes.
G2G's Geek of the Week Alumni - Ty Hendricks.
When Ty Hendricks was 11, he ordered a Witch King mask off of Amazon. What was delivered was a sad, floppy excuse for a mask. Ty was so disappointed he sent it back and said, "I can make it better myself." That is exactly what he did making his first mask out of cardboard. Ty worked with cardboard for a few years before moving to foam, a challenging medium to get the hang of (trust us we've tried). Ty made a Mandalorian suit as his first foam build when he was only 15. At just 16, Ty is well on his way to making a name for himself as a master builder with his latest "Master Chief" costume. Ty's mom told G2G, "We never knew he would be so great at it."
Ty has said that he can't wait to start tutorials to help and inspire other kids learn the joy of making something from nothing. Ty is currently starting his YouTube channel hoping for at least 100 subscribers. We don't think he'll have any issues making that goal but check out his channel and subscribe! You can also see more of Ty's creations and be just as amazed as we are over at his Facebook page and Etsy page.
We've been following Justin Scarred and his Randomland Adventures for a decade or more and he is one of the people that helped inspire us to start Geek to Geek.
In this episode you will get to experience the worlds FIRST action figure museum while Justin takes another Randomland adventure. We HIGHLY encourage you to subscribe to Justin's channel. Help support the Randomland adventure by heading over to the Randomland Website.
Randomland regular cast member "Fake Tyler" graced Geek to Geek with his presence giving us his Fake Tyler review (and it's spot on for Fake Tyler):
"I checked out the site and it’s neat! I was reminded of the need to get back over to my local comic shop! So many good titles that I’m missing out on, hah!"
Thanks Tyler! We appreciate you taking the time to stop by.
Who needs heroes when you have thieves? Watch the NEW trailer for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves and get ready to see it in theaters March 2023. #DnDMovie
A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic, but things go dangerously awry when they run afoul of the wrong people. Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves brings the rich world and playful spirit of the legendary roleplaying game to the big screen in a hilarious and action-packed adventure.
From the very first time we inserted the Super Mario Bro's cartridge into our OG Nintendo Entertainment System we've been super geek fans of all things Super Mario. We can't wait to geek out with all of our Geek to Geek fans on this one.
The Super Mario Brothers Movie From Nintendo and Illumination is a new animated film based on the world of Super Mario Bros. Directed by Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic (collaborators on Teen Titans Go!, Teen Titans Go! To the Movies) from a screenplay by Matthew Fogel (The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part, Minions: The Rise of Gru), the film stars Chris Pratt as Mario.
Geek to Geek - Geek of the Week (and almost Dr.) Elizabeth Sánchez Arvizu focuses on mental health and well-being for geeks.
Have you ever wondered why Loki keeps getting in trouble? Or why he just can't seem to stay on the good guy's side? Well, Elizabeth has.. because Loki is her favorite character especially in terms of mental health. Check out Elizabeth's video on this geeky mental health topic.
If you are interested in learning more about self-fulfilling prophecy, check out this article: https://www.simplypsychology.org/self...
First stop on Geekstream - Wil Wheaton (aka Wesley Crusher) plays Geek Out! with Tabletop guests Clare Kramer, Anne Wheaton, and Bonnie Burton. If you're a board game geek do not miss your chance to geek out with Wil and company in this hilariously geeky and nerdy show. Watch this episode with someone else to conclusively crown the bigger geek.
Joe Scott and Company
We've been fans of our friend Joe Scott for a long time and if he isn't geek royalty then we don't know who is. All of his videos are geek-centric and are well researched and masterfully edited to tackle huge geeky subjects in bite-sized increments. We are proud to feature Joe on the Geek to Geek Geekstream.
Please consider subscribing to Joe and team by visiting his YouTube channel here.
If you like new ideas, science and engineering (and you've been living under a rock) then let us introduce you to the one of the biggest geeks out there. Mark Rober is an engineer who has worked on the Mars Rover project and other amazing projects while geeking out on the side on his YouTube channel. You can check out all of Mark's videos right here.
A look at one of the BIGGEST Dragon Ball Collections (and Geeks) IN THE WORLD. Richie (Bib @ D2jsp) has been collecting Dragon Ball Memorabilia for over half a decade. After 17 months of unpacking with blood, sweat and tears this video is the end result of an adventure in collecting.
Adam visits Prop Store ahead of their upcoming Entertainment Memorabilia Live Auction to get a rare up-close look at one of the few surviving X-Wing miniatures from the making of Star Wars: Episode IV. Inspecting the paint finish and preserved surface of this gorgeous filming miniature is like a looking into the early days of the ILM model shop, with every detail revealing first hand the care and attention that went into the first Star Wars movie.