Ever wonder what it might sound like if Steve recorded his end of the show from the International Space Station? Wonder no more! This unfortunate happenstance is only with us for the first segment, however, where the guys discuss 70 Seas, Latchkey Kingdom, and Viktor and Jayce. Things stabilize for the second segment, which features a review of the space-hopping fun in Galacticat. Watch the meter and no credit cards, please.
The midshow break features a chat about dungeon crawlers (video games) and music bySteerner and Martell.
This episode is largely a publicity stunt, but it also seeks to do some good. When not talking about dumping ice on themselves, Steve and Jason chat briefly about the fantasy pro-wrestling comic, King Maul and the space opera, Terra. When that conversation is concluded, it’s time to dive into more fantasy, this time with a focus on … well, it’s kind of hard to explain. Listen in to the review of The Forgotten Order and sound off on what YOU think they’re talking about.
The midshow break features a chat about Guardians of the Galaxy and music byMaduk.
Ever feel like a stranger in a strange land? Well then you’ve come to the right place, the perfect destination for strange things! It’d odd that Jason has checked out a comic about a cat cabbie (catbie?) titled Galacticat, and it’s straight-up bizarre that Steve picked something easily pronounceable in Dungeon Grind. For our review, we settle in alongside new friends and mysterious circumstances with Albert the Alien. Come on in! All are welcome here.
The midshow break features a chat about Jason’s experiment with skinny jeans and music by Out of Limits.
The question this podcast tries to answer: What is the greatest bad movie starring The Rock? Make your voices known! While we mull that one over, we also briefly discuss Intelligent Life and Krig Rwar (yes, Steve is forever banned from saying comic titles on this podcast) and then get into some tribal fighting with Hominids. Pick your side wisely (hint: one has constantly topless females).
Midshow music: “Academical Futility” by ElectroLatrine (off the album Water Closet Electronic Music Project, natch)
The elusive middle ground on soccer continues to elude us, so we instead focus our attention on more important things (Ed: Retraction on that last statement, we do not focus on more important things). We also talk about webcomics, like Dear Inner Demons and Clique Refresh, along with our featured review, Misfits of Avalon. Don’t worry; whatever your nationality may be, there’s a Power Ranger for us all.
Wonder Twin powers… ACTIVATE! Form of… webcomics podcast! When we’re done waxing nostalgic about the relative ancient history of comic book-inspired animated TV series, we take turns peeking at Star Spun and Doctor Magnifico. After a break involving creating yet another character for Jason to live vicariously through, we help fight the good fight on the side of the GOOD demons as we review Demon Kings. Listen in, because demons are people, too.
We’re living in the Golden Age of cartoons not made exclusively for children! Take in our recommendations and enjoy! Also, listen as Jason marks out for Tagged! and Steve lightly sketches in his thoughts for Home Time. Then, it’s time to gather your group and join the cause, as our guild reviews House of Orr.
Our midshow music is “Fresh From The Sewers” and it comes from the stellar, absolutely-free album from Overclocked Remix, featuring the hits you know and love from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles games of old. Check out Shell Shocked and download your copy today!
It’s time to test the bounds of how many comics we will actually read for a review! Luckily, John Allison’s Bad Machinery ends up on the positive end of that spectrum; make sure you check out the various cases on offer, highly recommended. We also talk about Hamlet’s Danish, Plox, and how out-of-touch Steve is. That’s ALWAYS fun!
No use escaping, you’re in here with ME now! While you’re here, why not listen to Jason muse about The Conjurers, then hear Steve geek out about D20 Monkey. If you haven’t tapped by then, you’ll absolutely mark out for our review of the anime action-infused Vibe. Now TAP! TAAAAAAAAAAP!
Before we go on that magic carpet ride, we groove to the beauty of Blindsprings and the whimsy of Tenko King. After a bit of news and midshow trippiness, it’s time to blaze up, take a soak and let your mind go as we attempt to make sense of the drug-addled mind warp that is Body World. Pass it over!
Midshow trippiness supplemented by “Come On” by ZOE.LEELA of the album Digital Guilt.