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It's a damn, dirty podcast!  In The ApeCast, talking apes and best buddies Geoff and Jack go ape for every ape they see! Join them for spirited discussions of every Planet of the Apes movie, book, television episode and as many of the comics as they can get their hands on! And you won't want to miss their bonus episodes about all the other great ape-based entertainment out there. Grab a beer and a banana, sit back, and enjoy the best guide to the wide world of apes you'll ever hear!

Dec 3, 2021

Moving into issues #5 & #6 of Boom! Studios’ POTA series, Jack and Geoff find themselves playing with The Devil’s Pawn! Things are looking grim for the human denizens of Mak, but help from an unexpected source just might even the odds! While marveling at the fine work on display here, the two also discuss Stan...


Nov 19, 2021

The Boom!aissance continues as Jack & Geoff look at issues #3 and #4 of Boom! Studios’ POTA comic! The identity of the Lawgiver’s ninja assassin has been revealed, but a further act of violence threatens to throw the city-state of Mak into all-out war! Amidst their continued appreciation of the masterful art,...


Oct 29, 2021

In this bonus Ape-isode, Jack and Geoff finally finish off Clint Eastwood’s orangutan duology with a look at Any Which Way You Can! The movie was a smash hit in 1980, and it hits pretty hard here too, as our hosts—along with guests Barm and Sean Davis—marvel at its shaggy, shambling charms and surprising...


Oct 20, 2021

A new comics Ape-och begins as Jack and Geoff begin looking at the first storyline in Boom! Studios’ 2010s Apes series The Long War! Set 600+ years after the events of Battle for the POTA, the sudden, brutal murder of the Lawgiver by a machine-gun wielding ninja throws the city-state of Mak into chaos! These...


Sep 24, 2021

In this special bonus Ape-isode, Jack and Geoff are joined by Barm for a look at the little-remembered 1996 chimp baseball movie Ed! Matt LeBlanc’s big-screen ambitions got off to a rocky start, and there are myriad reasons why: the jokes are flat, the story is hackneyed, and the chimp at the center of it all elicits...