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Geeking with Destination Venus #30: For the Love of Perez

Posted a week late because apparently Regie doesn't understand how the "Publish" button works.


We started with the terrible news that veteran artist George Perez the man behind the pen behind so many comics classics has been diagnosed with terminal cancer. Everyone at Geeking would like to express our heartfelt thanks to Mr Perez for giving us some of our formative comics memories. We are glad to be able to express our admiration and appreciation for his work while he is still with us to understand the depth of his legacy and hope that the outpouring of love and support he has received from the wider comics community helps him understand just how many lives he has touched and the positive legacy he will leave behind.


You can read more about George Perez and his diagnosis HERE. This edition of Geeking is dedicated to George Perez, his family and friends. Our thoughts are with them all at this difficult time.


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We then moved on to the final part of the conversation between Regie and the brilliant Shannon Kirkwood of Moonsquid.Ink. See more of her amazing work HERE.


Regie then noted the buzz that Charlie Cox will be returning as Daredevil somewhere in the MCU. More on that HERE.


Speaking of actors getting to continue in the MCU, it appears that Tom Holland will get three more Spider-Man movies. More HERE.


And of course, we know you've seen it - but why wouldn't you want to watch the Across the Spider-Verse trailer again?

You're welcome.


Moving on to Space - the Chinese have found a "strange hut" on the Moon. No. It's not aliens. It never is. More HERE.


And, while the James Webb Space Telescope remains stubbornly on the ground for now (don't worry, they haven't dropped it again at least) the IXPE X-Ray Space Telescope has launched. More HERE.


Cool video of the launch and Falcon 9 first stage landing: