Episodes With and Articles By Chris

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FIRST APPEARANCE: EPISODE 7 – COMIC QUANDARIES

Chris is a full time geek who admittedly is half-assing his way through games, comics, movies, and whatever else you got. His first loves are the Hulk, Twin Peaks, the Sega Master System, Batman: TAS, Conan/Robert E. Howard, Superman, and too many characters, stories, and legends to name.

Episode 52 – Henry Fool Me Once

Episode 52 – Henry Fool Me Once

This week we try new things again – but this time with movies! Before recording, each host suggested a potentially obscure film that another host, who hadn’t seen it, choose to watch. Then we got together to talk about them!

Episode 50 – Live from Dragon Con 2016!

Episode 50 – Live from Dragon Con 2016!

It’s our 50th episode! And we did this one live from Dragon Con 2016. This is undoubtedly our biggest show yet, and we have many amazing people to thank for that. Also, a certain someone ends up drinking way too much Fireball.

Episode 49 – Guilty Pleasures

Episode 49 – Guilty Pleasures

Admit it – you have at least one guilty pleasure. A movie that you know is terrible, but you love anyway. There’s nothing wrong that. In this episode, we confess ours to each other and vote for the worst choice.

Episode 47 – Up to Eleven

Episode 47 – Up to Eleven

Netflix’s new series Stranger Things came out of nowhere and took our lives by storm. Join us for a review of the amazing horror/drama/sci-fi/80’s montage and our attempt to answer some lingering questions the finale left us.

Episode 41 – So You Like Cats?

Episode 41 – So You Like Cats?

We get together to discuss Captain America: Civil War – what we liked (most of it), what didn’t work (not much), comparisons to the comic series (which was pretty bad), and the introduction of popular characters.

Episode 40 – Better on Cable?

Episode 40 – Better on Cable?

Ever watch your favorite series and think “What if this was on HBO instead?” In this episode we explore the possibilities of certain properties being brought to HBO, Showtime, Netflix, or Hulu, instead of network television.