Just two weeks pass and more Star Wars news drops than we've seen in months! Cory is back in Starbird Central to break down every frame of the new Rogue One trailer, from the fleeting glimpses of a fallen Jedi to the desperation of Galen Urso. He also reviews issue 25 of Marvel's Darth Vader, the conclusion to an amazing series that reveals the intelligence and inner life of one of fiction's great monsters.
The Boiz are back in the Danktum Danktorum and keyed up to discuss the Netflix Original Series, "Marvel's Luke Cage." Is is the woke power fantasy we were promised? Does it stretch the story a bit too thin? Are we leaving Benoist Nation to join the Peninsula of Missick? All this and more, all on this episode of Big Test Boiz.
Stoop Kid. Lockjaw. Grandpa. Gerald. Arnold. They made up the fabric of our childhoods, but is "Hey Arnold!" as great as we remember? In this episode of Static Frequency, Cory and Brian discuss how the Football Head managed to afford that sweet room, the walking horror that is Helga Pataki, and how Grandma may have created an eco-terrorist. If you listen to one episode of Static Frequency, make it this one.
Back from their brink after their hellish journey last episode, Josh and Julian chime in on the Pokemon Go hysteria. Everybody is playing it, but is it actually a good game? (Hint: Probably not.) Then, Julian runs down his Steam Summer Sale purchases before diving head first into the classic debate: story vs gameplay. All that after the jump.
Cory and Bear are back with some more cool #!$% and cool conversation! Featured in this episode:
-"Salad Days": A Punk Rock Documentary about the DC Scene of the 80s.
-"Insects": The crowd funding campaign by legendary surrealist animator, Jan Svankmajer.
-"Adventure Zone": A hilarious live-play Dungeons & Dragons podcast.
-"The Nice Guys": Shane Black's 70's throw back starring Russell Crowe and Ryan Gosling.
-"Fandom is Broken": An article from Birth, Movies, Death about poisonous fan behavior.
Coming back after a long hiatus, Valerie, Miles and guest commentators Austin and Brian analyze the characters, the scandal and the horror from Scream Queens Season One.