On the docket for the first segment: Star Wars, Fuller House nostalgia boners, and Christmas memories! Or it would have been, if it wasn’t completely consumed with Steve Harvey chatter. That’s what you get for posting the show a few days late, huh? Ah well, the second segment makes up for it with talk about some comics, like The Glass Scientists, Necropolis, and Never Satisfied. Return after the brief outro to find out why Jason only goes for purposeful nudity and how Steve must have some unusual methods for getting his dishes clean. Merry New Year!
Ho ho ho, Digital Strippers! We’re here with a holiday episode! Want to know which Christmas movies you’ve missed out on for all these years? The first segment will give you at least one that you can add to your holly jolly rotation. After that jovial distraction, it’s time to get down to the business of looking at some webcomics, including Agustina Guerrero, Space Case, Miranda Harmon’s slice-of-life journal comic, and ShootAround. Stick around after our outro (played, as always, by the amazing band, I Fight Dragons, for some theories about the behavior of drunk people and children, and why they might have more in common that you think. Happy holidays and thanks for listening!
The moment we’ve all been waiting for is here! And Jason has the perfect advice to those waiting on long lines to awaken the Force! Also, did you know that ghosts are all around us? While you ponder that little nugget, check out the new webcomics list that Jason found, and the subsequent comics that are worth checking out from it, like The Immortal Nadia Greene and Starhammer. Steve also has a couple things to check out with Clockwork and Dead Heat. Stay tuned after the outro to hear Steve learn a very valuable lesson, Sesame Street-style.
The commercial collusion of Black Friday and Cyber Monday has ended, and Jason is eager to share the spoils of his war on peace and goodwill towards men. When the bragging has died down, listen to the second segment which features a comic about more of the same in Teenage Gender Neutral Turtles (via Newsarama), the rantings of a madman who also just happens to be a cartoonist, and a tale of hockey, love, and love of hockey featured in Check, Please! (via A.V. Club) Tune back in after the outro to hear why Steve is puzzled by his latest blanket purchase.
Back from Thanksgiving, where the turkey was lean and moist, the stuffing was rich and moist, and the gravy was hearty and … moist. If that doesn’t creep you out, check out why Steve can’t wait to get into Overwatch and how much he laments the fact that Jason already is. Also, webcomics! Jason loves lists so he runs down 7 Awesome Webcomics You Should Be Reading (and probably already are) while Steve delves deep into the Dwarf Fortress for a couple of picks. Listen in post-outro for a quick story about Steve’s wife, who happens to be Zhu-ish.
Steve and Jason are fed up with talking to people about their favorite hobbies. But PLEASE talk to them about their favorite hobbies. Like webcomics! There’s plenty of talk about those in this episode, including one hosted on the newly de-boobed Playboy website, as well as the first Twitter-sourced comic ever, a site that strives to explain every single XKCD strip, and a set of illustrations of your, yes YOUR favorite role-playing campaigns. All that, plus the saddest found item ever used for a belt.
MAAAAAAN, is it a good time to be a geek! Just ask Steve, preeminent geek around these parts and enjoyer of all things Blizzard. His excitement for Starcraft and Hearthstone expansions carries things through to the second segment, wherein webcomics are discussed. Toss a dart, you’re bound to hit a winner on the Nerd Board!
On this Halloween episode, you just have to ask yourself one question: pants or gun? Steve has a story that asked that very same question, and Jason has a story about a time when he was terrible to someone. Shock, I know. After the break (yep, it’s back), there’s plenty talk about wrastlin’ Kickstarters, spooky treats from well-tread creators, and trying to understand why RSS just doesn’t work for some folks. These boys are becoming men, but that’s about all they can handle this year. WEREWOLVES 2016
Also, because I promised Steve, here’s the link to the Corporate Skull comic he talked about.
LIVE! FOR THE FIRST TIME! Witness Steve’s reaction to the new trailer for Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens! Will they ever do this kind of thing again?!? Probably not. We will learn why Steve missed out on racist Transformers and why Gumby is on his list of most anticipated remakes that Hollywood could tackle next. Then it’s time to talk comics, and there are some wonderful things to talk about, including a listener submission. Come back after the outro if your name isn’t Ryan (if you are named Ryan, keep it in your pants).
If only you knew the power of the Dark Side! Oh yeah? How powerful are you when this Rebel scum is teabagging your dead body? Battlefront is on the brain, and the guys have opinions. Also, today is Back to the Future Day, so listen in for Steve’s reasoning why the second installment of this venerable trilogy could very well be a horror movie, and how Jason discovered his special purpose thanks to Lea Thompson. Also, the guys take a look at many webcomics, including one that swaps a human and a cat. Dump everything into the Mr. Fusion, we’ve got a train to catch!