WEEK IN GEEK: Andrew returns to a previous WiG by booting up a since heavily patched River City Ransom Underground (starts at 2:03) while D. was impressed with the pragmatism and instructional value of Brandon Dayton‘s Sketchbook Summer artbook (12:32).
NERD LAW: When legal stuff happens in the nerd world, Andrew is on the case (though not dispensing any legal advice). This time around, he talks about Epic Games suing players who use cheats in Fortnite and Comic Con International winning its copyright battle against Salt Lake Comic Con over the term “Comic Con” (19:40)
- Episode 126 – “Not Choosable Parts”: Wherein Andrew originally discussed his experience with River City Ransom Underground.
- Bethel, D. “Trials By Fire #001: Fantasy“: A 2011 article by D. Bethel where he talks about Orcs Must Die!, a game he compares to Fortnite.
- Hall, Charlie. “Epic Games is Suing More Fortnite Cheaters, and At Least One of Them is a Minor.” Polygon. Vox Media, 27 Nov. 2017.
- Muncy, Julie. “San Diego Comic-Con Wins Lawsuit Over ‘Comic Con’ Trademark.” io9. Gizmodo Media Group, 09 Dec. 2017.
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