Totally Random #13: Geeks Behaving Madly (Featuring Tyler Touchdown and Lex Noil of The LEXFactor Show.

Phoenix Da Nerdette and Kyle The Marvel Zombie are joined by The LEXFactor Show‘s Lex Noil and Tyler Touchdown to talk about the melting pot of excrement that of a year that is 2016, and its everlasting stream of disappointments: from the Deaths of David Bowie and Prince, fanboy journalism to cantankerous Presidential Election.

 WARNING: Some audio issues may occur, including clicking noise. We apologize for the inconvenience. 

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Heroes And Coffee (Episode #50): The Sorcerer Supreme: Doctor Strange (Pt. I)

Phoenix Da Nerdette and Kyle The Marvel Zombie discuss the back-story of Doctor Strange and box-office predictions on the upcoming feature film, starring Benedict Cumberbatch (In Theaters, November 4th).

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X-Men: The Animated Series (The 24th Anniversary Episode)

Phoenix Da Nerdette is joined by Eric Lewald (Developed for Television/Showrunner) & Julia Lewald (Writer/includes DOFP Pt.1) to talk about X-Men: The Animated series, just in time for the 24th Anniversary of the series’ premiere: (October 31, 1992)

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Totally Random #12 Part 2 : Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Guilty Pleasure Flicks, and Generation W, X + Y!

Phoenix Da Nerdette and Mama Jo are joined by JesabelRaay to talk about All Things Random, from Guilty Pleasure Flicks, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé, Generation W, X + Y, and more!
 
Follow Jesabel Raay via Twitter: Twitter.com/JesabelRaay

Totally Random #12 Part 1 : Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Guilty Pleasure Flicks, and Generation W, X + Y!

Phoenix Da Nerdette and Mama Jo are joined by JesabelRaay to talk about All Things Random, from Guilty Pleasure Flicks, Lady Gaga and Beyoncé, Generation W, X + Y, and more!
 
Follow Jesabel Raay via Twitter: Twitter.com/JesabelRaay

Heroes and Coffee Episode 47

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Da Nerdette offers a short commentary on Frank Miller’s Sin City, the 2005 film based on the Graphic Novel/Yarns “The Hard Goodbye“, “That Yellow Bastard” and “The Big Fat Kill“, why the series is misunderstood. 

Phoenix feeling alone about her love for the series, and why certain concepts regarding nudity, violence or other risky ideas can sometimes be off-putting for the mainstream audience, which can lead to films and their source material being highly disregarded or misunderstood.

 

 

 

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