Experience Jay high on nasal spray, allergy medication and cough syrup + Tusk gets a trailer, a game of High or Low and creepy Craigslist ads. recorded 7-27-2014 with Jay J. Bidwell and Justin M. featuringJeffrey S.S. Johnson
Another live show, and holy shit was it fun. If you missed out, you missed Ryan trying to rap, and we even played the infamous “Some N***as Smoke Weed” song from our very first episode. The video is atrocious!!! Also, we may be going to war….
Women Tries to drive off of a Tow truck / Asian girl tries to rap / Bong Hit Fail / and so much more!
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The Graphic Novice Comic Book Podcast returns this week to talk about some things and some stuff. The stuff includes a discussion of some comics from the previous week and the fourth Walking Dead trade paperback… eventually. Prior to our regular comic talk, however, we touch on The Crow, Desmond Hassing’s slighting of Nickel and the History of Bad Ideas Podcast, the great city of Chicago, monthly comic book sales for June 2014, the Overstreet Price Guide, and perhaps the greatest betrayal the Graphic novice team has ever faced. So that our regular guest Fred doesn’t have to endure 4 hours of recording, we start things off with our Walking Dead segment, covering issues #19-24. As always, we eventually get to “Rapid-Fire Review” and discuss Crossed Badlands #57, Batman Eternal #15, Robin Rises Omega #1, My Little Pony Friendship is Magic #21, Manifest Destiny #8, The Wicked + The Divine #2, Dark Engine #1, All New X-Factor #11, Magneto #7, Nova #19, Original Sin #6 (of 8), She-Hulk #6, Silver Surfer #4, Uncanny X-Men #23, and X-Men #16. We finish things off with a look ahead to next week’s new releases. Don’t miss out on the podcast that Doc’s very own mother has finally moved into her top 50 podcasts list.
Musings of a Geek will have a recap of San Diego Comic Con 2014, but in the meantime, check out all the photos we took during the show!
The gang is back, but no game review this time. Brandon admits to spying on Des while he is in the company of his own home. Des talks about his expectations on the iPhone, Target and carrying assault rifles, Papa John's Pizza, The Arthurian Legend, Peter Jackson the second George Lucas, Can Orlando Bloom act?, Thor's gender change and women's empowerment in comics. Soft Core vs. Hard Core, Linguistics, and Gwen's tardiness on college registration.
By Amy Whalen Deger
The new Hercules movie premiered this weekend to better than expected numbers, although it was bested by Lucy in the weekend box office. The movie is based on the graphic novels Hercules: The Thracian Wars and takes a unique approach to the story of Hercules that I hadn’t heard before. Hercules (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) has a legend surrounding him that claims he is the son of a mortal woman and the god Zeus, making Hercules a demi-god. Hera, wife of Zeus, is so angered by his existence and her inability to kill him that she tests him with twelve labors. Each labor is more grand and difficult than the last which cement the reputation of Hercules with the average person. The twist here is that the legend of Hercules is in fact a myth. Each monster that Hercules fights is shown to not be otherworldly but instead, a run of the mill, Scooby Doo style villian in a mask.
By: Bob Holt
So, these are called podcast diaries – and what they really end up being are extra articles based on what we talked about on the show. Usually an expansion on something we didn’t get a chance to talk about as much. But this week, I actually want to diary a bit. Talk about the production behind the curtain a little bit. I believe that any kind of delving into the strings of a creation can add endearment. It can also blatantly show the wires and bad seams, but I am a sucker for the “Making Of” documentaries.
Dark Angels & Pretty Freaks #20. We read live tweets, Star Wars Contest Give Away, Neil scares himself driving to the beauty store, Annaleis misses working comic-con, 5 Favorite games, we give a heartfelt thanks to many peeps, Talk Neil’s interview with @geekgamerchick at www.thegamehuntress.wordpress.com, Special thanks to GreenUP podcast, and so much more!
Keep your eyes peeled for wookies and Russian spies lurking in the background as Han Solo and James Bond team up to bring some smack down to alien invaders in this alternate? version of the old west.
Our soundtrack this week is Lincoln, NE based pop-punk band No Tide. They are about to kick off their national tour so look for them in a city near you. You can check them out at:
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