When it’s time to upgrade, you have to pull the trigger. That’s why Jason has made the leap, from Android to iOS, and he couldn’t be happier with the change; the road to get there, not so much. Meanwhile, Steve challenges Super Art Fight to answer the call and show up in Utah. Are they up to the challenge? Also, Jason … might not understand what whippets are. While that question floats in the Inter-ether, the guys look at the second installment of the Battleborn comic, Kitsune Sho, and the legacy of Homestuck. Stay tuned after the outro for a good reason not to hurricanrana the unwilling.
Steve finally saw Batman v. Superman and is of two minds about it. Jason is also of two minds about Miitomo, Nintendo’s first mobile app, but in a literal sense. Together, the guys look at the April Fool’s webcomic prank (additional article via The Verge), more awesome work from Stu Campbell, and Ironclad Man. Tune in after a short outro for Amazon Dash talk and find out just what Steve would do with these task-happy buttons.
We have opinions! About things we haven’t seen or experienced for ourselves! Welcome to the internet! Both Steve and Jason have seen enough of Zack Snyder’s previous body of work to know what to expect though, and that makes up the bulk of their distaste. But have no fear, because webcomics are here to turn that gray, gloomy day into a blue, bright one! Jason reminds us how awesome The Meek and Randall Munroe are, and Steve wants us to think long and hard about our opinions on non sequitur comics with Mr. Lovenstein and nellucnhoj. After the outro, it’s a two-fer deal on Rambletrons with discussions about things Steve will never admit to owning and misunderstood nursery rhymes.
It’s Wrestlemania season again, Hulkamaniacs! And the Hulkster is celebrating by winning a massive court case against the evil Gawker Media, dude! But will he be welcomed back into the open arms of his former employer, brother? Stranger things have happened, even in professional wrestling.
In the meantime, there are webcomics to talk about! Steve found Randowis, so the guys try to figure out who or what Randowis is. They also delve into the story behind Battleborn with a motion comic. Is there a story? Our investigation reveals there might possibly be! And Steve tries to convince Jason that Bats vs. Supes (the comic, not the movie) is worth a look. Tune in for the decision and more, including Steve’s personal scale of satisfaction which may or may not include being set on fire.
China! Japan! USSR! No matter where you’re from, you can fight for the title of world champion! Or something, I never really got the story of Street Fighter. Steve does, though. Boy does he. He’s also gone to some deep and dark places with the game series he holds so dear. Once that journey has concluded, it’s on to the mini-bosses! Comics! I meant comics. Like El Indon, another webcomic essentials list, a creator crossover, and a wrestling story that may or may not ever get finished.
Another week, another nostalgia trip. This time, the guys spend the first segment reminiscing about Ghostbusters and Ninja Turtles. Can either of the new films be good, or at least worthy of the venerable titles they carry? Think back to what those properties were back in the day and you have your answer. And TMNT has Bebop AND Rocksteady, which is all Steve needs to get his butt in the seat. However, it’s all new stuff in the second segment, with looks at Greasy Space Monkeys, Jake Likes Onions, some new webcomics-based books, and a new comic experience from one of the 2 Broke Girls! Tune in to find out which one, and listen after the outro for a discussion about blood, sweat, and barbed wire.
When the Oscars come around, Steve and Jason like to talk about the films that won’t possibly be nominated for Best Picture. Steve is really high on the new iteration of The Jungle Book (especially the slithering sexiness of ScarJo’s Kaa) and Jason is curious just what the plot of the next Captain America will be. Once the moving pictures are behind them, it’s time to get into … more moving pictures. In this case, though, it’s the haunting, scrolling work by Stuart Campbell, These Memories Won’t Last. Then, Jason gets nearly every fact about Nilah Magruder’s Dwayne McDuffie award win wrong and Steve brings it home with a ton of tasty treats with a whole mess of Anyone For Rhubarb? one-shots. Post-outro, the Rambletron is loaded with reasons why white husbands are worse than Chinese ones.
Like the sturdiest and most tested of crotches, we return with another episode of the first and best webcomics podcast! Did you know that Steve is bad at Cities Skylines? Or that Jason has been treating his PS4 like a Steam account? You’ll learn that and more by listening to the first segment. The second segment will inform you about Lucha Underground (yes, again), Our Valued Customers, One-Punch Man, Jasmine Wall, and Wicked Crispy. Swing hard and often, fellas, this crotch didn’t reinforce itself overnight you know!
Here at Digital Strips, we like our fast food with a dash of mystery. What could possibly be in this? Where did it originate from? How long will I hold out before my bowels explode? Little did we know the best mystery of all was WHAT DID I JUST ORDER? Jason explores the Quesalupa phenomenon before anyone knew what it was. Once that’s digested, it’s on to the comics! The guys looks at another iteration of Behind the GIFs, VS Comic, Chinanigans, and the return of The Immortal Nadia Greene. Also, please stay tuned after the outro for one of the funniest Jason revelations ever recorded. Seriously, you won’t want to miss this!
One half of the Digital Strips crew loves Twitter beeves. One half couldn’t care less, especially when it’s between an American astrophysicist and a hip-hop artist. Which half is the better one? While you think about that and whether or not a Wonderella movie starring H. Jon Benjamin would be the best thing (hint: it would), you can also listen for some hot takes on webcomics! Jason works in some wrestling conversations around the comic tie-ins for Lucha Underground, while Steve brought Tumbledry and Plox for the two of them to enjoy and discuss. Stick around after a short outro for instructions on how to form your own children’s Power Ranger Zord. It’s … more complicated than you might think.