College was tough, but the guys made it through. Sure, there was some uncomfortableness with drawing and the nudity and all that, but Jason got through. And yeah, it’s hard to concentrate on the soldering and engineering and such with a creeping suspicion of bathroom needs, but Steve got through.
It’s time again for another WWE PPV special event, only on the WWE Network! But this time, the guys have special guest Frank “The Tank (Engine)” Gibson with them to help make sense of it all. Together, these pros grapple with questions like do our significant others support our fandom, with so many weaknesses why can’t anyone defeat Bill Goldberg, and why should Steve care about the cruiserweights when WWE has conditioned him not to? All this, and everyone gives their picks for the Elimination Chamber!
Have you kept up with Superfogeys? Then you know that another hiatus is upon us, but worry not, because it should be a shorter one this time! Also, a wolf works customer service (Customer Service Wolf), a girl finds herself burdened (blessed?) with a demon for a shadow (Ushala at World’s End), and a lot of random dark humor (At Random).
Another Rumble and TakeOver are in the books! TakeOver delivered, despite a less awe-inspiring roster, and the Rumble show was overall an entertaining one. But what happened to all the big men in the Rumble proper? Did the Beef Cart (pictured, left) bring them misfortune? Is Kevin Owens regretting his new hobby of building intricate stacks of metal chairs? Was there too much Rumble pre-show going on? Does Big Cass have to carry a spray bottle around with him to keep Enzo from humping everything, including fried chicken? The answers to these questions and more, in this, the pre-pre-Elimination Chamber show!
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Ever refuse to go to the bathroom so you wouldn’t miss out on someone getting a guitar broken over their head? No? How about providing samples to a sperm bank with a tiered experience approach? Okay, but you MUST have looked into the 25 ways you’re most likely to die, right? Huh. Well then I guess we don’t understand each other at all. Maybe give this episode a listen so you can see where we’re coming from? Thanks!
Comics that tell the story of someone living a life outside the norms of our own are crucial to enhancing our world view, and Dear Korea is a more whimsical but still enjoyable take on this genre. On the other end of the spectrum, Chris Grine is experiencing success in both the kid and adult fiction arenas and so, needs a pen name to differentiate the two. Also, it’s 2017 and we’re leading off with a gaming comic in the form of Respawn. As bad as things are outside our entertainment bubble, we need comfort food every now and then. Sue us.
The time is upon us! Once again, a weekend has come that brings us both a WWE event and an NXT TakeOver … takeover. After Goldberg nearly cost the WWE their Wrestlemania plans because he wanted to really sell that promo with a little hardway blood, where will he place in the Rumble match? Will Shaq be in the match? Will Curt Hawkins be in the match? Will the women stand out at all? Is Tye Dillinger the best story going in NXT right now? Answers to those questions and so much more in this super-sized episode that is appropriately bigger in Texas.
It’s 2017 and awards shows feel outdated when even the highest office in the land is won illegitimately. So the guys are just hosting a round-up of all the great stuff they looked at in 2016. Some favorites are named, some hang-ups are shared, and you should write down every comic they mention as one to check out if you haven’t already. The 2016 Year In Review show is here!
The Royal Rumble is nearly here, and our biggest problem is TOO MANY MONSTERS! Meanwhile, Sami has a new character and it’s … different. Also, Charlotte fought a wavy tube man, Bray hit his son, Dolph tried to kill The King (again), and Mickie James made her return to the main roster! Time to reset and do all this stuff again! WHEEEEEEEEEEEE!