Steve has never watched the majesty and pageantry of American Idol, but with YOUR VOTES (or reviews on iTunes), we can change that. Once Jason is finished running down his brief (but not brief enough) history with the now-ending show, the second segment brings webcomics.
When you have a random week, your podcast follows suit. True to form, the guys chat about the wise teachings of Bob’s Burgers, Jason’s involvement in the recent Splatoon Global Testfire (not a fart joke, sorry), and Steve using Mortal Kombat X to come to terms with a life-long fear of Freddy Krueger.
In the second segment, it’s time to get serious and focused, with topics like the return of Robot Pirates and Atland, and what they mean to the webcomics landscape together. Also, there is an infinite canvas comic out now (The Boat) that you must see to believe. After the outro, Steve owns up to his selfish ice cream consumption and the guys invent the flash mob tandem cropdust (that is a fart joke, also sorry).
Didn’t partake of the mass geek offering of the week? Come on in, this is a safe space. While we can’t talk about Age of Ultron, we CAN discuss the end of Grooveshark, what that means to Steve’s listening habits, and how stoked we are to imagine a new Evanescence album.
The second segment is dedicated to Demon, Tragedy Series, The Trenches, and Owlturd, all webcomics that are worth your time for various reasons. Post-outro, we find out just why Jason seems to be off his game and why you should never have kids (but you totally should).
Started from the bottom, now we’re here! Here at Episode 400 of the longest running, still updating podcast in the history of the world! EVER! We celebrate by discussing Steve’s recent trip to China, his questionable decisions in late-night activities, and why, even in the future, you can’t show your weiner to anybody.
Don’t worry; in our second segment, we take on the 2015 Eisner nominees for Best Digital/Web Comic. Stay tuned after the end of the show proper for further discussions about dudes shaving dudes and why Steve holds the record for most hernias ever found in a man during surgery.
There’s no time for the silly games as Jason dives right into an in-depth interview with webcomics superstar, Ryan Estrada! He has thoughts about Broken Telephone (his recently wrapped anthology), as well as his opinion of the webcomics scene and exclusive dish on his upcoming projects.
The midshow music (minus our usual rambling) is provided by Chet Porter.
Steve has read some Terry Pratchett, while Jason has not, but they agree that it’s well worth investing yourself in. There’s also talk about Brainchild, Dr. Cat, M.D., and Demon Archives. Prepare for the apocalypse! Then, just … wait, I guess? Enjoy your coma!
Rock Band is returning! But do Steve and Jason care? Find out the answer to that, plus their thoughts on the comics, Witchy, Patbird and Galesaur, and M.F.K. They also offer their thoughts on modern video gaming technologies and how old it all makes them feel. Can’t miss!
No matter which color you see, you can trust that we talk about wrestling, Steven Universe, and why bad things happen to good shows. That, plus looks at comics like Manly Guys Doing Manly Things, Parallax, and The Last Halloween. Stick around after the brief outro music for a discussion of the upcoming Mortal Kombat game.
We wish to announce that Digital Strips is being adapted into a summer blockbuster, to release in Summer of 207x. We also wish you would check out all the awesome comics featured in this episode! Comics like Manfeels Park by Morag and Erin and Olympus Overdrive by Milky and Jojo. And Trial of the Sun by Jeinu could actually, someday, be an adapted screenplay. Listen to our thoughts and prepare your pitches, we go to production before the end of the month.