Ryan & Josh settle into the Danktum Danktorum for the pilot episode of their new public radio program, On Comics - Live on WFGB, before hunkering down to direct readers to the newest and best issues of the DC Rebirth relaunch: is Green Arrow worth the purchase? Has Action Comics bounced back after getting back to an original numbering? Who did Tom King have to kill, other than the Vision's neighbors, to get a job writing Batman? All these questions and more get answered on this week's Fake Geek Boiz.
In this episode of Starbird Radio, Cory and BK continue their excavation into The Clone Wars by watching the thrilling Citadel Arc. They discuss the dynamic between Anakin and Ahsoka, the colorful supporting cast, as well as the series' debate over the Jedi role of peacekeeper versus General. In the news, EA "announces" a slate of Star Wars games in a rather embarrassing fashion and Cory rants about the overreaction of the internet to Rogue One Reshoots. To cap it all off, the duo review the first issue of Marvel's Han Solo.
In this episode of The Wohna Cohna, Josh and Julian are on opposing sides of the war against spoilers. They also struggle to remember the sponsors and give their E3 predictions - which are now null and void. A good time was had by all!
Welcome to Static Frequency, a journey through television, where our hosts Cory and BK watch the first three episodes of a series and determine whether or not it's worth it to continue. In their first episode, we travel to a place where everybody knows your name and review the classic sitcom: Cheers!
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.