Another week has come and another podcast is heading your way. Black Panther is still dominating the big screen and while I’ve seen it twice, I really want to see it again. #ForeverWakanda. Putting that aside, what were the “BIG” 3 Scifi News items for this week:
Mandy and Xavier wrap up our review of the exceptional Cartoon Network mini-series “Over the Garden Wall” with a recap of chapter 10- “The Unknown“. Will Greg and Wirt be able to escape the clutches of the Beast and return home? Is Beatrice cursed to be a bluebird forever? Will
Mandy and Xavier return to our recap of “Over The Garden Wall” featuring episodes 8 & 9 “Babes in the Wood” and “Into the Unknown“. Mysteries unravel and darkness looms ever closer, interwoven with more fantastic music and child like wonderlands. We talk mixtapes, sibling rivalry, young love and much
In episode 54 we venture back into the Unknown- returning to our “Over the Garden Wall” recaps, focusing on episodes 6-7 “Lullaby in Frogland” and “The Ringing of the Bell“. These are fantastic episodes featuring the voice talents of Elijah Wood, Collin Dean, Melanie Lynskey, Christopher Llyod, Jack Jones– with
In Episode 51 Mandy and Xavier premiere a new CasterQuest feature- “What Have You Been Watching?” A laid back discussion of movies, tv shows, and books that have caught our attention. In this episode, we discuss Cartoon Network animated hit- “Steven Universe“. We get spooked out with FX’s “American Horror
Welcome back to episode 28 of CasterQuest – where we return to our recap of Cartoon Network’s “Over the Garden Wall” covering Episode 5 Mad Love. In this episode our adventurers reveal secrets and ponder the morality of stealing pennies from an ultra rich, potentially mad, and possibly dead businessman.
Mandy and Len are back from a short hiatus for another recap of Cartoon Network’s mini series- “Over The Garden Wall“ covering Episodes 3 & 4: “Schooltown Follies” and “Songs of the Dark Lantern“. In this episode, our little pilgrims encounter a strange school full of animals, and there’s a
Dark, whimsical, and enchanting, “Over The Garden Wall” is a must see for any animation fan. Follow along as Mandy & Len recap this beautiful, mysterious mini-series. A mix of Miyazaki and Brothers Grimm with a lovely soundtrack, it’s the perfect show for the season. Over the Garden Wall is
Blastr has posted that it seems like, these days, the best way to pry first looks at beloved geek franchises from the studios is to have someone grab a shoddy, not-ready-for-prime-time image and post it all over the net. Worked with X-Men: First Class and now it’s worked for ThunderCats.