OGL DISASTER REPORT: Andrew catches us up (briefly) on the ongoing Wizards of the Coast Open Game License drama.
WEEK IN GEEK: This week, Andrew realizes his dream tabletop game exists but spread across a television show and a video game as he discusses his first time through season 1 of The Walking Dead and his time with State of Decay 2. D. Bethel keeps the post-apocalyptic survival theme going as he finds a lot to enjoy in the premiere episode of HBO’s The Last of Us.
SUPERMAN GROUNDED: The pot is getting stirred in the DCU as James Gunn announced he was writing a new Superman movie that would not feature Henry Cavill in the titular role, despite his big announcement that he was coming back to the DCU to reprise the famous role.
WEEK IN GEEK: Andrew finds a lot to love in Leverage: Redemption even though it has its differences from the original version while D. Bethel loves the drama and the laughs in FX’s Reservation Dogs.
BLOOMING WILLOW: D. Bethel takes a minute to share his excitement for the new Willow show on Disney+
WEEK IN GEEK: Andrew gets surprised by the dark remake/sequel of Kamen Rider Black Sun while D. Bethel rides the ups and owns of Netflix’s Guillermo Del Toro’s Cabinet of Curiosities.
IN REMEMBRANCE: Our hosts take a moment to honor the sad and surprising deaths of Kevin Conroy––the inimitable voice of Bruce Wayne and Batman in Batman: The Animated Series and many works afterwards––and Jason David Frank, most well known as Tommy the Green Ranger in Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers.
“Films in Quarries” (18 June 2021): Where Andrew dips his toe into the Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers pool.
“Doctor Ennui” (27 August 2021): Where Andrew goes waist-deep into the Zyuranger pool.
Though not (legally) freely available, you can find the Batman comic written by Kevin Conroy (with art by J. Bone) in the DC Pride 2022 anthology published by DC Comics.
“Twitter Comes Tumblr-ing Down.” Comic Lab, 10 November 2022. The episode of the excellent Comic Lab podcast (with Brad Guigar and Dave Kellett) where they thoroughly investigate the fall––and fallout––of Twitter.
“Alien Control Party” (22 January 2016): Where our hosts discuss previous Digital Eclipse ports in their discussion about archiving old video games.
“Aggressive Modulation” (04 November 2022): Where our hosts reflect on, and analyze, the legacy of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
FILL MY POCKETS: The long awaited FPGA console, Analogue Pocket, is finally shipping and Andrew relays his reasonings for pre-ordering one.
WHY NOT BOTH: With the first season of the DMCU Disney+ show, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, coming to a close, our hosts share their thoughts for this daring experiment––a show they have, literally (they’ve been talking about She-Hulk since episode 1 of the podcast), been waiting for for years. Warning: SPOILERS for the first season of She-Hulk.
ACE IS THE PLACE: Our hosts share their excitement for the return of the 7th Doctor companion, Dorothy “Ace” McShane, in this weekend’s regeneration episode of Jodie Whittaker’s Doctor in Doctor Who.
HOCUSI POCUSI: This week, our hosts talk about a brand new movie, as well as a very old movie. That’s right, this week, our hosts discuss the story and legacy of the classic Disney films, Hocus Pocus and Hocus Pocus 2. Also, they talk a bit about Andor, She-Hulk, and Doctor Who-–NO spoilers for any of those shows.
“Smash Talk” (14 December 2018): Where our hosts discuss the premier episode of Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor in Doctor Who.
“Wheelhouse Collector” (02 September 2022): Where our hosts give their first impressions on the MCU Disney+ show, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law.
HEALING FACTOR: This week, our hosts talk about the surprising news dropped by Ryan Reynolds about Deadpool 3.
BAD BUSINESS: Our hosts then dive into the strange and unfortunate decisions made by the corporate bigwigs at the newly combined Warner Bros. Discovery and how its CEO is making a lot of artistic decisions based on economic benefits…it’s strange, but mostly sad.
WEEK IN GEEK: This week, Andrew gets lost in the 2022 reboot––and continuation?!––of the classic science-fiction adventure series, Quantum Leap. Meanwhile, D. Bethel finds a lot to love and ponder in the newest volume of the beautiful European noir comic series, Blacksad: They All Fall Down, Part 1.