We’re solving mysteries, gumshoes! Like, what happens when DS Alumnus Brigid Alverson interviews John Allison? Will Steve and Jason finally contribute to a Patreon thanks to Adam Huber’s Sunday comics plans? Will Steve cry about the ending of Let’s Speak English? And will anyone else care about Jason’s gripes concerning Binwin’s Minions? The answers are here, find them if you dare!
We start by expressing our feelings on why maybe switching back to cartridges might not be all that bad before deciding we’d rather rant about both millennials and the word “millennials”. Then, we theorize about where exactly the new Wiimote will have to go before talking about DOOM and all the murder, puzzles, and murder puzzle it entails. Then, it’s time for more MR. ROBOT game talk as well a prostitutes, alleys, and Pizza Hut.
It’s been a week and already there has been massive change in the world of WWE. We run down the events leading up to the crowning of the NEW Universal Champion and what that means for the future of the RAW brand. Their CWC also continues to kick so much ass, but we don’t know what to expect when the transition is made to the CW division on RAW. Steve has also been watching a lot of WC (What Culture) PW and has thoughts about it.
Jason fills us in on all his horrible first world problems but still can’t explain what smart watches are for. Fortunately we quickly get distracted by more important issues, like which superhero has the scariest wang. Find out what Jason did to get arrested in a quarry, why we avoided the last Fantastic Four movie, and why Jason is scared of Doctor Manhattan. Then it’s time for the grossest game of Battleship imaginable.
It’s our SummerSlam post-show look back and really, we’re just concerned for both Randy Orton and Sasha Banks. And Finn Balor. And the careers of anyone on the pre-show. Also, our Power Rankings present a shocker of a number one pick in The Miz (thanks to his blazing promo on none other than his former NXT pro/mentor, Daniel Bryan). Guess that’s what you get when the student becomes the master. Watch those elbows and listen to this, the best-of-seven series of shows!
We’ve mined our brains to craft this video games podcast just for you! We start this first episode with a very laid back discussion of No Man’s Sky and how it really makes us wish there were more Lakitus in the world. Then, it’s on to Titanfall 2 and the future of branding in video games. If you’re craving buffalo wings and sugary soda after you listen, we’ve done our job well.
Music for this episode is “Breathe” by Glude, provided by No Copyright Sounds.
You want webcomics? You GOT webcomics. And nothing but! Okay, there’s a stray comment about other subjects here and there, but the focus is on the news and thoughts about our founding principle: how awesome are webcomics?
To prove it, we’ve got news about the team-up between LINE Webtoons and Patreon, KC Green’s well-deserved domination of the news cycle, Wonderella’s regular schedule ending soon, and Spacetrawler’s triumphant return (the former two bits brought to us by the fine folks at Fleen). We also look at Barbarous and Rosianna Rabbit in this, the newest episode of Digital Strips: The (First, and Best) Webcomics Podcast!
The music in this episode is provided, as always, by I Fight Dragons. It’s the song “No One Likes Superman Anymore” off their album, Cool Is Just a Number.