BREAKING SPECIAL PRE-ELECTION NIGHT PODCAST REPORT! Jonn and Dustin decided to throw up an episode outta nowhere for our listeners since we decide to do a special episode talking about many topics to get you entertained on Election night! This goes into our commentary on the latest Joe Rogan podcast with Alex Jones, the New York Post/Hunter Biden censorship, Dustin goes camping in Asheville, the secret society of Bohemian Grove, where did God come from?, political talk jargon, Dustin trying to go in as a write-in on a ballot, conspiracy theory talks, Paul Anderson films, Resident Evil movie series summary and video game talk, and sooooo much more to enjoy! Stay safe listeners!
It’s another year, and a another Halloween special to go with the occasion. This time Dustin and Jonn review Batman: Year One, The Dark Knight Returns and Batman: Gotham Knight.
There’s no need for time codes for this episode, since there wasn’t much in terms of closing remarks at the end. These 3 films aired on Toonami back in August of this year, so Jonn and Dustin get to talk about them in order to have something to put out for Halloween. We spend more time talking about how great DKR is over Year One, and mention what we liked in Gotham Knight. This also includes Gotham TV series talk, Watchmen comics, Frank Miller material, Elian Gonzalaz, Batman comics, the return of Love_That_Goku on twitter, Dustin getting the Neo Geo MVSX and much more
Instead of doing three bite sized episodes for the listener, we’re gonna cram everything we recorded into one super deluxe crap-of-o-combo podcast for our listeners which involves reviews of the CoronaVirus, Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000,Dirty Harry and Death Wish films.
(0:00 – 2:21:54) Act One: The George Floyd Arc –This was recorded in early June and it involves the thoughts of Dustin, Daft and Jonn giving commentary about the American social riots over the death of George Floyd and the CoronaVirus outbreak at that time. This also includes The (non)prophetic word by Tracy Cooke, Florida Man Pastor fights the power/virus, RIP Zac Bertschy, the Carl Macek ANN episode as well as other memorable ANNCast episodes, convention coverage of AgamaCon and WebCon2020, other online cons that happened at the time, 4Kids anime talk, the best of Peter Fay, Samurai Pizza Cats talk, Dustin doing awesome at AMV competitions and a whole lot more in store!
(2:21:54 – 4:24:15) Act Two: It’s all Funi Games at Chuck E. Cheese – We count this review of Chuck E Cheese In the Galaxy 5000 as an anime review for the sole purpose that it came from Funimation at the end of the 20th century, before the rat got replaced by Goku as the company cash cow. Before any of that happens, Dustin and Daft have a bit of backstory behind the animatronic adventures of Rock A Fire, how needless it is to have Weather Awareness, more covid talk, Dustin getting a SNK MVSX, arcade talk, Dustin tells his (non) heart wrenching story of being a Covid Survivor, the end of an Unknown Hinsin, Kluspo cartoons talk, discussions on Adult Swim shows and politics, Ralph Retort sex tape debacle and Ghost response to that, and much more in store!
(4:24:15 – 5:25:34) Act Three: The Death Wish’s of a Dirty Harry – Jonn and Dustin give their impressions on an overview of the Dirty Harry and Death Wish films, all the while talking about police procedures and politics behind them. This includes Dustin rant on BLM politics with Christianity, DNC talk, forgetting Teri Hatcher name from Lois and Clark, Dustin watching V: The Series and Star Fleet and much more!
Dustin schooling newbs in anime (@30:13 in case the video doesn’t go to that time directly)
Sadly WebCon only got half of my panel for my History of Anime on Cartoon Network, but there is still a good chunk there from 2005 onward.
Dustin getting back into the art of making AMV’s, and its paying off…
So two years back I got yelled at by a rent a cop for simply standing near that CNN sign and touching it, now they just dont give a damn that ppl can graffiti all over it. Isnt that something. Hope the CN store is ok #Rioting#CNNpic.twitter.com/E8MgZlPcBZ
So since everything con related is closed forever in 2020, let’s talk about the cons that Dustin and Cloud went too that happened last year that some have been sitting on the backburner for over a year at this point. This also marks our 150th episode!
(0:00 – 1:05:00) Animazement 2019 Review – This is one of many cons that didn’t and wasn’t going to happen this year, but hey its ok, you can hear about the fun time Dustin had 14 months ago. This includes Dustin being on the AnimEigo panel thanks to Robert Woodhead, meeting industry vets like Evan Jones, the best panel done by Phil Lee, con security talk, stories involving sketchy post offices in the middle of South Carolina, trash talking Universal Studios according to Josh Fairhurst, the yearly entertainment of street preacher vs. convention attendees, us being wrong about Macross license rights, and plenty more!
(1:05:00 – 1:21:15) Closing Remarks Part A – Who cares about old news from a year ago? No really, who would care? Probably no one, but oh well. It’s nothing special regarding outdated info on Chris Chan, the Ghost Show and Brexit in case anyone wants to listen or not.
(1:21:15 – 2:35:15) Anime Weekend Atlanta 2019 Review – This con was what, end of 2019 roughly, so its not too old to listen too. Dustin spins his tales of hosting badass panels, how the AWA app sucked ass, bad parents who let their kids see Descendants of Darkness, people dressed up like Antifa who scare children at panels, pissing off the ATL police MONTHS before people decided to riot in the streets to piss them off, meeting the @Blacotaku1 himself and getting cool mix VHS tapes, RIP John Witherspoon, trying to get your AMV to play at the con, and much more.
(2:35:15 – 2:44:40) Closing Remarks Part B –Old news for people who wouldn’t care regarding the DNC race in 2019, Dustin colabs with Bmar on a Ghost Trolling video, bad Bob Haney Batman comics, and Ghost talk in general.
(2:44:40 – 3:37:56) New York Anime Fest 2019 Review –This is our report from our silent contributor Cloud who went to this years New York Anime Fest. Before we dive into any con report, Dustin will cast grievance against Tom Styer for performing like crap in South Carolina DNC race. Cloud gives a run down of the con, but we go into the major guest there and his panel, Yoshiyuki Tomino. This also gets into seeing Char’s Counterattack on the big screen, audio issues, Pokemon talk, Stubbs BBQ in Austin, Texas and much more!
Here’s our massive bundle of comic book films that were released back in February that are now coming out, to help with those Covid blues that you probably already saw on streaming services because its not like anyone is going to the theaters soon. Here is Sonic The Hedgehog and Birds of Prey!
(0:00 – 28:50) Review: Birds of Prey – Before anyone thought that a theater would be shut down due to people getting sick, Jonn spent his February getting sick from watching a film like Birds of Prey, and had many things to say about it. There is some standard off-the-cuff talk but we pretty much stay on topic.
(28:50 – 1:09:20) Review: Sonic the Hedgehog – Here is a film that Dustin believes was written the same time in the 90’s as that badly done Super Mario movie that no one wants to remember, even with big names like Bob Hoskins and Dennis Hopper (who both passed away in the past decade.) Surprising to Jonn, it wasn’t that bad of a film, and there is no reason for people not to see it on streaming sites, which the finger is pointing at Dustin since he’s writing this paragraph out right now. This also includes how even Chris Chan thought of the film, Timbox at Nite, how bad the Teen Titans Go movie is, and Cartoon Network rants.
(1:09:20 – 1:45:30) Closing Remarks – This goes into how Dustin bought a firearm at a local gun show, and how going to one is the best WW2 museum the NRA could ever pay for (which recently we celebrated 75 years of VE-Day). This also goes into the standard political realm of gun control talk, politics, the best damn antique show in Texas, and much more!
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