This week, We welcome a CosPlay Guest. Representing RAD CosPlay, is Rebecca Ann!
Rebecca had attended Katsucon – We start with where she started in CosPlay, Her Non-Profit Organization she runs with Fiance – Cap For Kids. She gives us a recap of what to expect at Katsucon, and we talk about the – GummieGate – situation over the weekend. As always we finish up with a list of the upcoming Comic Con Conventions around the world, and a touch of what show we are attending soon!
Speech Bubble: Daniel Brodie A backpacking trip through Amsterdam had Daniel Brodie wondering if he was really in control of his body and that led to Morgan’s Organs – his comic that takes a look at the various characters controlling the organs of a college student named Morgan. Touted as Pixar’s Inside Out for grown ups, Morgan’s Organs was meant to be an animated TV show, but is now a comic funding its second issue through Kickstarter as of this recording’s release. Brodie talks about the projects transformation and the deeper meanings that underlie its sophomoric humour.
On Pt. I of the Two-Part Episode, Phoenix Da Nerdette, Kyle Da Marvel Zombie and Chris Da Inglorious Geek discuss Infinity War, Logan and Batman News on the new addition of The BLEND, while Chris Da offers us noob knowledge on ‘The Infinity Gauntlet’, which will inspire the upcoming Marvel Studios movie, Avengers: Infinity War.
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On the new edition for Chris Da Inglorious Geek’s New segment, Chris schools the gang on Thanos, The Gauntlet, and the infinity Gems.
Tony’s back! You get to hear all about his trip to Florida! All. About. It.
Linz reviewed Paper Girls #11. This issue was a transitory issue, setting up the girls adventure in another place?…time?…dimension? It is unclear to the reader and the characters of the story actually where and when they are right now, but they are definitely not in Kansas anymore (that’s a movie reference for your ass, this story does not actually take place in Kansas). This series, written by Brian K. Vaughn and drawn by Cliff Chiang, comes highly recommended by Linz. Her review does not do it justice, go out and buy them all! Right now! We’ll wait.
OK, assuming you just got back from the comic book store, you can rejoin our conversation, which covers topics such as the new Legion show, super hero origin stories, the Power Ranger suits for the movie, and Kevin Smith.
Tony talked more about his trip to Florida.
And then Tony talked even more about his trip to Florida.
Booze and a Book this week was Kingpin #1 paired with a Long Island Ice Tea.
This week I chat with the guitarist for legendary NYC Ska band, The Slackers. The Slackers have been around for 25 years now and Jay and I discuss that history, how he came to join the band, the history of modern ska, the band’s relentless touring schedule and much more.
Josh Hawkes and Francis aka The Other Guy have a really big shoe for you today. Errr…show, on Back When We Were Interesting. This week it’s about the classic Ed Sullivan variety show and how he introduced America to a plethora of artists, musicians, and comedians. From there it’s the singing telegram and it’s variety of varations. Josh and Francis then end the show with a monopoly on the game, Monopoly. It’s all that and so much more on this weeks Back When Podcast.