We’re back for another round! The latest Marvel superhero to grace the silver screen comes out this Friday and we’re celebrating the release with a look back at this character’s convoluted history with Captain Marvel Trivia. Follow Carol Danvers and the other Captains Marvel throughout the years to see if your trivia skills are heroic.
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All right boys and girls, check around you for Skrull infiltrators and let’s get going on Episode 2. This episode we’re looking into the convoluted character history that is Marvel’s latest movie, Captain Marvel.
I’m your host, Brian Rollins and this is the Dorky, Geeky, Nerdy Podcast.
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OK. Now that the introductions are out of the way, good luck and let’s start.
The Dorky Round
The Geeky Round
The Nerdy Round
That’s it for this episode. I don’t know about you, but this weekend I’ll definitely be hitting the theater to watch the new film. But only after getting the next episode ready. Speaking of which, here’s your hint about next week’s show:
What decade saw the birth of the Famicom, the Apple Macintosh, CD-Rom, and Mobile Phone?
Not super hard, but it’s something to tide you over. You can subscribe and follow the podcast at www.dorkygeekynerdy.com.
Until next time, this is your host, Brian Rollins. Thanks for listening.