Metal Geeks 137: Post-Harvey Geekery

Your hosts reconvene after Hurricane Harvey to reminisce about their experiences during the storm, Cary the Metal Geeks cruising the high seas, and discussions about Houston Open Air, we pay homage to Disney Imagineer, X Atencio, the Defenders, the Tick, and the blockbuster horror film, It. We are also proud to bring you our interview with Joe Harris and Megan Hutchison, creators of Rockstars from Image Comics. Keep it metal, and keep it geeky!

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