Also known as: “Skeletor is the most trusted banker you can trust!”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 1:34:21)
Happy Halloween! Due to Dustin leaving for Anime Weekend Atlanta and other duties that have been going on, there is no Devilman this year. We do have a real Halloween special but that won’t be out till next week sometime, so stay tuned for that. But at least we got something to put out, and that’s Jonn and Dustin opinions on Watchmen.
This episode includes side banter talk about Blacks in Europe during wartime, the Truth behind Jessie Owens and Adolf Hitler, German films, Watchmen talk and more. Closing remarks goes deep into the Bible again on how Catholics are again pissed at the pope for false idols, John MacArthur v. Beth Moore, bible talk, politics, financial talk, and more!
NOTICE!!!! Speaking of Anime Weekend Atlanta, if you’re going to be there, Dustin will be doing two panels at the con. On Friday he’s got Anime At War: From the Beachheads to the Television Screens! at 12:30PM, and on Saturday we got Anime on Cartoon Network: An Overview History at Noon! So stop by and say hi and enjoy the panels!
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An accurate re-enactment of getting a podcast out on Halloween…
Also known as: “Did you hear that Steven Hawking had ‘gone dead’ at 76?…”
Download Episode HERE! (Total Time: 02:45:12)
Comic book film season is upon us once again, where this time the host become our own lackluster triad of reviewers for Avengers: Infinity War.
(0:00 – 49:25) Opening Remarks: Since Jonn and Dustin were waiting for Daft to show up on the call, this gets into killing time with them talking about how terrible Denny’s are and the Anime Podcast Bracket and trash talking ensues, Daft then shows up to add more to the discussion of a local Japan Fest, the legacy of Randy Stair, the ultimate Fall of Channel Awesome, Jonn stupid bird and then some.
(49:25 – 1:50:50) Review – Avengers: Infinity War – At some point all three sit down and finally talk about this film, to go into detail behind Thanos reasons for doing what he did, and how this could affect future Marvel films. Like it would really matter, since this movie topped box office expectations in over a week of its premiere. This also got into general discussion of comics in general, and somehow Stan Lee life was brought up in conversation…
(1:50:50 – 02:45:12) Closing Remarks – … of course which lead to why men love women they way they do (which got into a discussion on monogamy/polygamy), Daft talks about his thoughts on Ready Player One, the Saga of Meson, Bill Cosby and much more.
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