Agent Carter covered a lot of ground in eight episodes, and the final episode had to finish out the story arc as well as tying up a lot of loose ends. In addition to reviewing Peggy’s final story, Jen, John and Mike talk about what’s coming up next on SHIELD,
Phantom Troublemaker and the ESO Network’s “Howdy” Mike Gordon convene to discuss a common favorite topic – the live-action Batman television show, now commonly colloquialized as Batman ’66.
We’re approaching the half-way point to Dragon Con 2015 and at the rate this year seems to be passing, we’ll be drinking Buckets o’ Rum in no time! Mike, Mike, Darren Nowell, and MaryLouWho present the latest news and announcements. “Eternal” Zan provides a glimpse into the Eternal Members club.
KILL ME, DARLING By Mickey Spillane & Max Allan Collins Titan Books Available in March 2015 241 pages Every now and then the universe offers up such an unexpected surprise, we are left with such a euphoric rush as to describe the feelings as miraculous. That was our experience just
The Mayor of Chickentown reports on the Gallifrey One convention (where she met a Doctor Who-themed Muppet) and Rebecca Watson’s Quiz-o-Tron (where Mike Phirman had to count his chickens); during an impromptu Top 4 ½ List of frozen foods, we vaguely recall Hot Bites, Otter Pops, and horrifying school lunches; Howard
Throw on your poncho and grab your six-shooter, this episode we dive into the Wild West of American Cinema. Chris, Q, Strangeway and Patrick learn what elements it takes to make a real Western film. Joining us for our Clockwork Conversation is Diana Given from Wild Wild West Con to
They’re not kidding when they called this episode S.N.A.F.U. — the SSR loses yet another agent, Dottie gets a snazzy new outfit and baby carriage, we get to see an early experimental prototype of Extremis, and…..HEY — didn’t I see that plotline last weekend in “Kingsmen”? Jen, John and George
The Not Ready for Primetime Podcasters celebrate the 40th anniversary of America’s premier sketch comedy show. Two wild and crazy Mikes are joining by Kevin Eldridge down by the river to discuss their favorite SNL moments over the past four decades. We also find out if DropByDragonCon’s Michelle Biddix-Simmons is
Next week, assuming we’re not grounded by a horrifying blizzard (place your bets now), Kevin and Kornflake shall return to Bloomington, Minnesota for MarsCon! In addition to seeing some of our favorite funny musicians, we’ll be hosting a game show-style live version of the Flopcast, and Kornflake will be back
On today’s episode, Phantom Troublemaker talks to Christopher DePetrillo, the Chief Marketing Officer of Figures Toy Company!
Ice Warriors, come out and play! Because you demanded it! Mike, Mike, Jen, and Nathan Laws brave subzero temperatures, ancient Martians, animated reconstructions, and middle managers from the future in this classic Second Doctor story that marked the debut of a new villainous race. Phantom Troublemaker had to miss this
It befell in the days of the late 5th century, that there arose a legend so great that it would span the centuries and all media to the digital age and beyond. Sir Mike, Sir Mike Again, Sir Q, and Sir John embark on a quest to discover the attraction,