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.
LOOK OUT! Here comes a spider, man. We take care of the day-to-day goings on with our Whatcha Been Readin’ picks, Crossed: Dead or Alive by Garth Ennis and Daniel Gete and AC Stuart’s Noob the Loser (beware, there be GIFs afoot) before we delve once again into the deep dark of the Schlock Mercenary archives. And after the show proper, we have an announcement about the Book Club format for future shows.
The snow falls, and our balls deflate. That’s our story and we’re stickin’ to it! Also our story: webcomics. We take a look at School Spirit by Daniel VanderWerff and Atomic Robo by Brian Clevenger and Scott Wegener, all before we review Julie Wright and Amanda Gomes’ Ianua. Believe us or don’t, but this podcast is happening.
Do you remember going to the video store, hoping to get your favorite video game, AGAIN, or possibly a peek behind the forbidden curtain into the back room? We do, and we also talk about comics! We quickly go over KC Green’s new beat on Video Game Cheats ‘n’ Beatums and Moth and Ethan by Andrew Chandler before taking a deeper look at Henchgirl by Kristen Gudsnuk. Are you loyal enough to listen in?
It’s time once again to determine who is the best, who is the brightest, who is our 2014 Katie Rice of the Year? The list of nominees is long, the discussion is lively, and the winners will SHOCK you. Also, why can’t we still get awesome parody movies like Airplane! and The Naked Gun? Your answers await you in this, the first installment of 2015 of the first and best webcomics podcast on the planet!
What happens when you stretch out one work over many, many installments? You get something that may or may not be entertaining all the way through! That multiple-edged sword cuts so many ways. Before we dive into our fourth installment of the Schlock Mercenary Book Club, we take quick peeks at Emily Carroll’s All Along The Wall and Everblue by Michael Sexton. Enjoy the holidays and we’ll see you in 2015!
I’m happy with my choice of gaming console! Are you? Steve has been burned and he wants to tell you, the loyal Digital Stripper, about it. After you’ve politely listened to his rant, stay tuned for Boulet’s take on Jurassic Park and Pewfell by Chuck Whelon. Following a short break about all things Pokemon, hear our brief thoughts on Cosmic Scoundrels by Matt Chapman and Andy Suriano and Wilde Life by Pascalle Lepas.